The left has been feeding American propaganda for years through entertainment.
Kids of younger ages have increasingly become the target of their disinformation campaign.
Now “Sesame Street” is indoctrinating kids with one disturbing message.
The tragic death of George Floyd has given leftists a pretense to ramp up their propaganda efforts upon the American people.
Suddenly there were calls from the left to defund the police and for entertainment companies to ban police-themed television shows.
The show “Cops” was canceled after being on the air for over 30 years, and A&E took their popular “Live PD” franchise off the air.
Even kids’ show “Sesame Street” got in on the act with a message about the rioting that had taken place across the country.
“Not all streets are like Sesame Street. … What we are seeing is people saying ‘enough is enough.’ They want to end racism.”@Elmo’s dad Louie explains why people are protesting across the US. https://t.co/icV04F4FNW #CNNSesameStreet pic.twitter.com/1efrMAzZ8V
— CNN (@CNN) June 6, 2020
Now “Sesame Street” is airing a 30-minute special on antiracism training for young kids.
“In one skit, a black Muppet is told by a white Muppet that he can’t dress up like a superhero because they’re only white. The black Muppet nonetheless refuses to stop playing superheroes, saying they can come in all colors. The white Muppet then apologizes. ‘Racism hurts and it’s wrong.’”
This is absurd because there have been black superheroes for years, and young children aren’t even thinking in these terms until they’re trained to do so by “woke” leftists.
The term antiracism itself is a form of propaganda.
As defined by the far left, antiracism means that institutions must use discrimination to force equal outcomes, which is simply another form of Marxism.
This is the basis of critical race theory, which has gained frightening momentum in educational, governmental, and even corporate institutions.
That is not at all what critical race theory is, and social justice warriors are now feeding it to children.
Kay Wilson Stallings, executive vice president of creative production at Sesame Workshop said:
“We believe that this moment calls for a direct discussion about racism to help children grasp the issues and teach them that they are never too young to be ‘upstanders’ for themselves, one another, and their communities.”
Instead what “Sesame Street” is doing is teaching kids to be cognizant of race and allow it to dominate their thinking.
Hollywood has been feeding wokeness to kids for years, but it’s only gotten worse in the current moment.