Social Media Users Accuse Skittles of White Supremacy

The Skittles candy company’s colorless campaign, meant to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month, is being bashed and called a “poorly veiled white supremacist” stunt by social media users.


Watch: Dem Rep Gutierrez Eats Skittles at Hearing to Slam Trump

Wednesday at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the possible impeachment of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, in referencing a tweet from Donald Trump, Jr., son of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, comparing Syrian refugees to Skittles, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL)

The new blue M&M is unveiled at a ceremony on the 86th floor of New York's Empire State Building on March 29, 1995. (AP Photo/Joe Tabacca)

Flashback: Leftists Used ‘Skittles’ Analogy to Attack ‘Rape Culture’

Left-wing pundits are slamming Donald Trump’s son for using the candy Skittles as a metaphor for Syrian refugees and terrorism — but just a few years ago, these same liberals were more than happy to use bite-sized candy as an illustration of “rape culture” in the U.S.A.

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Skittles, I Hardly Knew Ye

The company behind my favourite candy thinks that virtue signalling is a good marketing strategy. Oh well, I’m on a diet anyway.

Donald Trump Jr., in Cleveland on July 19, 2016.

Left Freaks Out at Donald Trump Jr. Skittles Meme

“If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you. Would you take a handful?” Donald Trump, Jr. wrote on Twitter. “That’s our Syrian refugee problem.”