Kellogg’s, the breakfast cereal company that has faced a massive conservative boycott after it caved to left-wing pressure and pulled ads from Breitbart News, has now submitted to left-wing outrage again, withdrawing a cereal box illustration after a single, tweeted allegation of “racism.”  Saladin Ahmed, an author currently working on the superhero series Black Bolt for SJW-friendly Marvel Comics, tweeted

the allegation against Kellogg’s yesterday evening. According to Ahmed, Kellogg’s is racist because they featured a “brown” corn pop character as a janitor on the back of one of their cereal boxes. This, says Ahmed, is “teaching kids racism.” Kellogg’s responded within hours, announcing that they would update the offending illustration. “Kellogg is committed to diversity & inclusion,” tweeted the cereal company. READ MORE