‘Genocide Games’: The Olympics Commercial NBC Refused to Air [VIDEO]

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As the Genocide Games continue in Beijing and corporate America seems unfazed by the fact that they’re propping up and legitimizing the Chinese Communist Party’s evil empire, it turns out NBC is more than an unwitting co-conspirator with the CCP.

When Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) tried to buy airtime during the Winter Games to run an ad featuring Enes Kanter Freedom — one of a few professional athletes willing to speak out against the CCP’s genocidal actions and freedom-suffocating policies — NBC said “no.”

The 30-second spot has nothing objectionable to consumers, it just happens to call out China for its atrocious human rights record and the woke American companies who talk a big game about diversity, equity, and inclusion but then turned its back on the plight of Uyghurs and average Chinese citizens to sponsor the olympics being held in the tyrannical nation.

The ad Rep. Waltz tried to buy airtime for calls out many of the same companies Townhall has previously highlighted for their hypocritical decision to sponsor olympics held in China, including Coca-Cola, Nike, Procter & Gamble, and Visa. In the ad, Enes Freedom makes a bold call in the ad for Americans to “stand for freedom” and “defund the dictators,” before telling consumers that “when you see ‘made in China,’ put it down.”

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