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Kellogg's has announced that they're pulling all their advertising from conservative media outlet, Breitbart News. The cereal brand is the most recent of several companies to stop advertising on the site, joining the ranks of Allstate, Nest, EarthLink, Warby Parker and SoFi, The Washington Post reports.

Breitbart, a news outlet many see as a voice for the "Alt Right," has published some pretty hateful headlines over the years, including such doozies as, "There's No Hiring Bias Against Women In Tech, They Just Suck At Interviews," "Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive And Crazy" and "Teenage Boys With Tits: Here's My Problem With Ghostbusters."

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To add to the cereal drama, Trump supporters have started a movement to ban Kellogg's from their shopping carts, using the Twitter hashtag #DumpKellogs. Meanwhile, those of us who aren't bigoted and hateful jerks are free to load up on Pop Tarts knowing that our favorite sugar cereal company won't let Breitbart's type of "journalism" fly.

So, what cereal brands would want to advertise with a site like Breitbart News, you ask? Boy, does Twitter have an answer for you. Here are some of the best parody cereal names the internet has come up with, based off some of your old favorites, but with a little bit more racism, sexism and homophobia.

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Sources: Washington Post