WATCH: Here’s the Ad Condemning Genocide That NBC Won’t Show During Beijing Olympics

International   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Feb 7, 2022   |   12:26PM   |   Washington, DC

NBC has refused to air a commercial during the Beijing Olympics that condemns genocide in China.

Congressman Michael Waltz (R-FL) tried to purchase time during the Olympics coverage to air the ad, which features NBA basketball player Enes Kanter Freedom — one of a few professional athletes willing to speak out against the genocide and other human rights abuses in China.

The ad takes China to task for its actions and calls out woke companies that want to do business with China and in China but refuse to say anything about the genocide and other horrors taking place in the communist nation. Enes Freedom makes a bold call in the ad for Americans to “stand for freedom” and “defund the dictators,” before telling consumers that “when you see ‘made in China,’ put it down.”

But NBC refused the ad.

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“NBC will not run our ad unless we remove the corporate logos of companies,” according to The New York Post. “It defeats a major purpose of the ad: to highlight US sponsors’ culpability with China’s human rights abuses.”

NBC claims it would run the ad if it is extensively edited to remove any reference to corporate sponsors that support the Olympics.

In response to the censorship, Congressman Waltz posted the ad on Twitter.

“NBC refused to air my Olympics ad with @EnesFreedom unless we censor U.S. corporate logos of the Genocide Games sponsors. We won’t let them silence us. Here’s the ad that NBC and the Chinese Communist Party doesn’t want you to se,” he said.