Yes, you read that right! Parents, are you ready to pay $7.99 a month to have your kids brainwashed with the latest social justice propaganda served up by the folks over at Disney+? Well, buckle up because the recent reboot of “Proud Family” has been designed to be a social justice routine, and it’s ready to take your children on a journey to self-hatred and condemnation of their country.
And what’s the cherry on top of this disaster sundae? The addition of none other than singer-activist Lizzo, who adds her own special brand of woke flavor to the mix. Because who doesn’t want their children to listen to a grown woman twerking on a flute, right?
But let’s not forget about the real star of the show – a recent episode of “Proud Family” includes a spoken-word performance that indicts America for its systemic prejudice, racism, and white supremacy. How patriotic! The performance includes references to the so-called Black Lives Matter (Racist Hate Group) protests, repeated demands for reparations, and the idea that Abraham Lincoln didn’t really “free the slaves.”
Because what child doesn’t want to grow up hating their country and feeling guilty for the sins of their ancestors, right? It’s the perfect way to ensure they have a healthy self-esteem and a positive outlook on life.
And let’s not forget the fact that this type of programming is sustained by the exhaustion of parents who have grown tired of it. It’s hard to keep up with the latest outrage and cancel culture, so why not just let the kids watch a cartoon that does it for you?
But is this really what parents are paying $7.99 a month for on Disney+? Is it right to inculcate self-hatred in children through a family comedy? Outrage is still more than merited, and parents should consider taking their money elsewhere.
After all, who needs a cartoon that teaches children to hate their country and themselves when there are plenty of other shows that offer wholesome family entertainment without the added side of social justice indoctrination? The choice is yours, parents. But we think the answer is clear.