Associated Press reported on Nickelodeon’s on-air public service campaign when it launched last year:

The popular children’s television network Nickelodeon is the latest voice to raise awareness of digital bullying.

Nick, the most-watched TV network among kids ages 2 to 14, will begin an on-air public service campaign Monday featuring some of its stars offering advice on what young people should do when confronted with hostile texts, emails or Facebook posts.

The advice offered in one ad featuring Ashley Argota of “True Jackson, VP” and Gage Golightly of “The Troop”: Sign off the computer; don’t reply to a hostile messenger; block bullies from access; make a copy of the message to show to an adult you trust.

A network that purports to oppose cyber-bullying is promoting a bigoted misogynist who tweeted vomitous filth about Janna Ryan and Ann Romney’s body parts.

Are we the only ones who think that’s incredibly hypocritical?

Actually, no.

No, we aren’t:

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American Idiot 2: Jason Biggs knocks Christians; targets Ann Romney and Janna Ryan with vile tweets

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Jason Biggs’ wife laments death of free speech

Jason Biggs dismisses his anti-Christian and misogynist filth with ‘I put my dick in a pie’

American Weasel: Jason Biggs quietly deletes vile tweets about Ann Romney and Janna Ryan

Nickelodeon now including Jason Biggs’ Twitter handle in promotions

Hey Nickelodeon, how’s that anti-bullying campaign going?