A few more headlines of what those tolerant liberals are doing right now.
“A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” — an entertainment staple for a bevy of households around the holidays — was accused of being racist by many viewers on social media Wednesday night.
During Wednesday night’s airing of “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” many young, tech-savvy people apparently watching the holiday classic for the very first time, said that it was racist because it’s only black character, Franklin, had a whole side of the Thanksgiving table all to himself.
A group of feminists has collaborated to write “A Woman’s Bible,” — a feminist-friendly translation of the Holy Bible they say counters “patriarchal scripture that has entrenched a negative image of women.”
The beloved Christmas movie, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” has been called out as “seriously problematic” for its displays of bullying, racism, homophobia — not to mention verbal abuse, sexism, bigotry, lack of acceptance, and even the exploitation of workers
Liberals offended by the song “Baby It’s Cold Outside”
Left-wing entertainer Bette Midler relishes Trump, family hanged by Mueller ‘G
OOLeft-wing entertainer Bette Midler relishes Trump, family hanged by Mueler ‘GOOD AND HIGH’
easons why ‘A Christmas Story’ is actually a terrible Christmas moviePrincipal banned candy canes because “J” shape stands
“VeggieTales” — a Christian cartoon featuring talking vegetables and hosted by a tomato and a cucumber — is racist, according to a college “whiteness forum” held Thursday at Cal State San Marcos. At the event, which was organized to take a “critical look at whiteness,” one project argued that “VeggieTales” is racist because all of the show’s villains are purportedly vegetables of color, which pushes the narrative of racial stereotypes against minorities.
Quote from a Michelle Malkin column:
This week’s partisan corpse abusers callously exploited the passing of George H.W. Bush, America’s 41st president, to get in their digs at the current commander in chief. Their vulgar level of incivility was inversely propositional to their sanctimonious calls for decency.