Nabisco celebrates Mother’s Day with annoying drag queen plugging Chips Ahoy! cookies

In post-Obama America, nothing is safe from the relentless assault of progressive values — not Mother’s Day and not even our cookies.

In a mad rush to appear woke and win coveted pop culture approval, more and more corporations are turning their backs on Americans with traditional values.

Corporations like Nabisco, a subsidiary of Mondelēz International.

In an age where a man can openly pretend to be women in all aspects of their lives, even compete in women’s sports, Nabisco promoted its popular Chips Ahoy cookie on Mother’s Day by tweeting a video of a drag queen plugging their product.

“#HappyMothersDay to your moms, your drag moms and everyone who celebrates you being YOU,” the caption read.

Perhaps “get deez cookies” will soon rival “cash me outside” in popularity.

The drag queen is Jose Cancel, who competed in the tenth and eleventh seasons of  “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and goes by the stage name Vanessa Vanjie Mateo.

He was last seen offering a ringing endorsement for oral activity other than eating cookies — this coming the DAY BEFORE the Chips Ahoy tweet!

The irony here is that just last month Nabisco had to recall packages of Chewy Chips Ahoy cookies because they may contain an “unexpected solidified ingredient.”

Which may be what millions of traditional Americans now feel when eating a Chips Ahoy cookie.

And make no mistake, Chips Ahoy is totally “in love” Vanessa Vanjie Mateo — at the very least, the progressive liberal operating the Twitter account is.

But then, being woke appears to be a top priority at Mondelēz, as they may soon be baking for weed aficionados, adding CBD-infused products to their line.

As for the Mother’s Days debacle, it’ll be interesting to see whether Nabisco responds this week with the prerequisite excuse that their account was hacked.

In the grand scheme of things, that may be the best alternative here.

Here’s a sampling of responses to the video promoting a product that is consumed by children. A video sure to offend many parents… and paying (former) customers.

(And should you be thinking of going on an Oreo binge, that’s a Nabisco product too.)


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