Cereal giant Kellogg's announced they will pull ads from Breitbart.com because the website does not "align with our values as a company."

Meantime, the site - formerly run by top Donald Trump strategist Steve Bannon - urged its readers to boycott Kellogg's-brand cereals and products, like Frosted Flakes, Eggo waffles and Pop-Tarts to name a few.

Breitbart called the move "un-American," saying it is "an escalation in the war by leftist companies [...] against conservative customers whose values propelled Donald Trump into the White House."

The "Outnumbered" panel weighed in on the fight, with Julie Roginsky arguing that it's a free market and any company can choose to advertise wherever it wants. 

She argued that conservatives didn't complain about people boycotting the Dixie Chicks for their anti-war statements against President George W. Bush. 

Meghan McCain said she still won't buy anything related to the Dixie Chicks and agreed that the consumer has the power to decide for themselves in these situations. 

"If you don't like it, don't buy Kellogg's anymore."

What do you think about the decision by Kellogg's?


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