Pandora should probably stick to music. A recent tweet from the streaming music service has subscribers up in arms. The tweet, posted Friday following a week of violence across the U.S. --- and the same night five Dallas police offers were shot and killed --- voiced support for Black Lives Matters.
Here's what was posted:
Our hearts ache for all those who unfairly lost their lives. We stand with marginalized communities. We stand for racial justice. We stand for equity. We stand together to make sure this world is a better place. Black lives matter. Love above all. Pandora.
"Do you use Pandora? Anybody use Pandora?" Glenn asked his co-hosts Monday on The Glenn Beck Program.
"Oh, yeah. A lot. But I'm reevaluating that," Pat said.
"Oh, I'm not reevaluating. I'm cancelling," Glenn countered.
Evidently he's not alone in that sentiment. Cancellations and complaints have hit Pandora's social media.
@pandora_radio poor business decision, just deleted your app and so did my wife. I will pass the word to all my blue friends— Tim Phillips (@Tim_phillips22) July 11, 2016
"I'd like to hear from a spokesperson at Pandora. If you would have just added the line, just added the line, you know . . . We stand with the marginalized communities. We stand for racial justice. We stand for equity. We stand for the police as well. And together we will make this world a better place," Glenn said.
Unfortunately, Pandora made a different choice.
"They didn't include that. You are taking a side . . . especially when you put this out on Friday after Dallas?" Glenn remarked.
Listen to this segment from The Glenn Beck Program:
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