A commenter on a Facebook post about Hustler Magazine said the magazine’s “diverse, provocative content is dangerous and unhelpful to the country.”

The comment was made Monday.

The Facebook post was shared more than 4,000 times and had more than 1,600 comments.

Some of the comments read: “Hustler magazine is an embarrassment.

It is anti-American, anti-male, anti Christian and anti-family.

This magazine is a danger to the republic.

They promote hatred and hatred of people, especially women.

They also promote a white supremacist ideology that makes it very difficult to be a true American.

If you want to be part of the country and not a part of this world, get out of the magazine.

This is a very dangerous publication and I hope you will do what you can to shut it down.”

Hustler recently hired two writers and a publisher to replace editor Chris Geer and publisher Scott Ruppert, the company announced in a statement.

The post also referenced a recent editorial that said Hustler “can and will offend and offend and should not be allowed to exist.”

The Facebook comment comes just days after a Facebook poll on the magazine revealed that more than 70 percent of its readers “don’t think the magazine is the most important publication in America,” while less than 1 percent said it was.

“HUSTLER Magazine is a disgrace,” said the Facebook comment.

“It is anti American, anti male, anti Christ, anti family, anti white, anti liberal, anti Judeo, anti Muslim, anti Catholic, anti pro LGBT, anti human rights, anti animal rights, pro Christian, pro pro LGBT+ rights, and anti free.”

A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center found that readers of Hustler’s “Men’s Weekly” are more likely to identify as liberal than their counterparts who read “Women’s Weekly.”