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Trump-hating, anti-American gay Olympian who slandered Ivanka Trump is now a “brand ambassador” for Proctor & Gamble
By Ethan Huff // Mar 01, 2018

Olympian and outspoken homosexual Gus Kenworthy may not have won any medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. But he still made plenty of news headlines for taking repeated swipes at President Trump, Vice President Pence, and the Commander-in-Chief's daughter Ivanka Trump, whom he disrespectfully cursed at via Twitter for her attendance at the closing ceremonies.


The American freestyle skier obviously wanted the world to know how much of a classless ass he is, keeping busy on Twitter after his poor Olympic performance. After refusing to shake Vice President Pence's hand because he supposedly had a broken thumb, the native of Great Britain, who now lives in Telluride, Colorado, apparently cracked himself up by making jest at Russia's win in men's hockey.

"Russia's biggest win since the 2016 US Presidential election!" the insolent loudmouth tweeted on February 25, referring to the widespread conspiracy theory that Russian "meddling" led to Hillary Clinton's presidential loss.

Kenworthy further disrespected his country's government when, just two hours later, he tweeted a few more nasty comments against Ivanka Trump. In response to Ivanka's presence at the closing ceremonies to show support for Team U.S.A., of which Kenworthy is a part (even though he's technically British), the garish gay man essentially spit in her face via social media.

"So proud of all these people! Everybody here has worked so hard to make it to the Olympics and have the opportunity to walk in the closing ceremony! Well... Everyone except Ivanka. Honestly, tf is she doing here??" Kenworthy tweeted, the "tf" in his tweet is short-hand for the words, "the f***."

Boycott Procter & Gamble, the multinational corporation that pays Gus Kenworthy to be one of its "brand ambassadors"

It's all been fun and games for this immature little brat of a man, and he probably assumes that, despite his tawdry and completely inappropriate behavior as a supposed representative of our nation, there's not much that anyone can really do about it. But, boy is he wrong.

As it turns out, multinational giant Procter & Gamble recently made Kenworthy a "brand ambassador," which basically means that he will be the "face" of many of the company's products. One of these is Head & Shoulders shampoo, which Kenworthy is already being paid to promote in Procter & Gamble advertising.

Many readers will recall that Procter & Gamble has an extensive history of corrupt practices, including lying about the safety and effectiveness of an osteoporosis drug it owns called Actonel. A client of the Government Accountability Project (GAP) worked tirelessly to obtain data on the drug, which Procter & Gamble had been hiding from both government regulators and the public.

So perhaps it's not really a surprise that Procter & Gamble would choose someone as low class as Kenworthy to represent its products to the masses. But this certainly doesn't mean that the masses have to buy any Procter & Gamble products. In fact, millions of Americans who would rather not be bashed by athletes who supposedly represent them will probably want to boycott the company entirely and choose other brands that don't cater to anti-American swine like Kenworthy.

Some of Procter & Gamble's more popular brand names include:

• Bounty paper towels

• Dawn dishwashing detergent

• Febreze odor eliminator

• Gillette razors and shaving cream

• Olay personal and beauty products

• Oral-B dental products

• Pampers diapers

• Tide laundry detergent

• Vicks cold and cough products

• Tampax tampons

• Braun hair care and grooming products

• Clairol beauty products

• Pantene hair care products

• Crest toothpaste

• Scope mouthwash

• Metamucil laxative

• Pepto-Bismol digestive aid

• Bounce dryer sheets and fabric softener

• Mr. Clean household products

• Ivory bar soap

• Old Spice deodorant and aftershave

• Secret antiperspirants

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