On the heels of several brands changing their packaging and logos to be more racially sensitive, HeartlandNews.net has launched a more politically correct logo. Dean Erlandson, Chief Nonsense Officer said, “We saw what Eskimo Pie, Aunt Jemima and Land O Lakes did to pander and virtue signal regarding their brands and thought, ‘Why can’t we make up an outrage and do the same?’ We heard that ‘some’ thought our black and white cow logo was racially insensitive. The white spots had more prominence and were more plentiful than the black ones. We also hoped we would get free PR and a business boost like the others were trying to do.”
Heartlandnews.net used famed cartoonist Dave Snyder to design the new logo. His work includes bold images of musicians, marvel characters and actors. A comprehensive array of his work can be found at “Dave Snyder Cartooning and Art” Facebook page. Mr. Erlandson said, “We are fortunate to get Dave to do our logo work. We think it represents the brand perfectly.”
Several cultural Marxist experts we talked to said we are on the forefront of politically correct brand changes. Several others are certainly on the way including:
New England Patriots – Obviously a nod to the racist beginning of the United States.
Air Heads Candy – Insensitive to many on the left who have no common sense and easily swayed by emotion.
Quaker Oats – Could you have a more racially insensitive white guy?
Uncle Bens Rice – A stereotype from the 1940s.
St. Louis – Anything with Saint in it has to go. Especially a city given the need for separation of church and state.
Mr. Erlandson concluded, “We believe Heartlandnews.net’s new logo better represents how we feel about the absurdity of the cultural elite today. It’s our way of giving the middle finger to all the political correctness, fake outrage and faux moral superiority coming from corporations, Hollywood and the political class.”
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