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Newsmax Accuses Nickelodeon of ‘Transgender Indoctrination’ of American Kids

Newsmax host Grant Stinchfield is very mad at Nickelodeon. This, despite the fact that Stinchfield pretty well admits that he doesn’t know what he’s talking about and yet, does feel comfortable enough to say that the network is making a run at “transgender indoctrination” of America’s children. Good. American children should be “indoctrinated” into acceptance, tolerance, love, and – well, leaving our friends alone if one can’t do the first three.

Newsmax happened to play a clip – supporting their “anger” – which sounds about as innocuous as one can because these people admit that they don’t have a problem with gay people and we’re not sure why it matters with respect to our transgender community.

Regardless, Media Matters’ Jason Campbell flagged the video on Twitter (Video below) in which Stinchfield and a guest named Isabella Riley had a case of the vapors upon viewing. And, you will note, this occurs despite Riley emphasizing that she doesn’t “have a problem with gay people,” and Stinchfield grumbled something along the same lines, perhaps unwillingly.

“It seems like Nickelodeon has gone off the deep end. I don’t understand what it is with —  not that I have anything against gay people, whatever it may be, but their transgender indoctrination of kids is just out of left field.”

They played a clip in which Nina West sang an original song titled The Meaning of Pride,” during which West explains significance of each color of the rainbow Pride flag.

Riley yet again admits she “doesn’t get it,” but then apparently got it enough to say, “I just can’t imagine it being anything besides some sinister motives.”

WTF? Pick! Either you get it, or you don’t get it. As you might have suspected, she got it:

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“But something that really bothers me, is, I don’t hate — like you said — I don’t have a problem with gay people. I don’t care about transgender people. My problem is that you’re shoving it down everyone’s throats, and I reject any pride month that is just celebrating identity politics.

“That is bigotry,”

Wait, wut? Was she admitting that she’s a bigot? No. She would never do that. We, the people that like educating kids are the bigots. Of course.

Riley finally came out of her shell, admitting that she actually does have a problem with any month supporting any identity of people. We wonder whether she has a problem with NFL players wearing pink in October for Breast Cancer Awareness month? Or the “Merry Christmas” identified with Christians. We suspect not.

And then she really went off the deep end, to use their language:

“This is creepy and makes me never want to have kids because I don’t want to bring them into a world where this is being pushed on them, and it’s scary, including critical race theory in public schools.”

That sounds just fine with us. That was the goal all along. Make people too afraid to have kids. It also makes it sound like you get it just enough to know how to hate.

Peace, y’all
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Jason Miciak is a political writer, features writer, author, and attorney. He is originally from Canada but grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He now enjoys life as a single dad, writing from the beaches of the Gulf Coast, getting advice from his beloved daughter and teammate. He is very much the dreamy mystic that cannot add and loves dogs more than most people. He also likes studying cooking, theoretical physics, cosmology, and quantum mechanics. He likes pizza.


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