‘Proud Family’ Only Proves Disney Still Hates You & Your Kids

 

Disney’s animated series “The Proud Family” recently tackled the topic of reparations in one of its episodes. The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder is a Generation Z reboot of the Disney Channel’s The Proud Family, which ran from 2001 to 2005.

 

The show presents the argument that the United States was founded on the principles of white supremacy. The episode is part of the series’ efforts to present left wing politics in a manner accessible to young audiences.  The second season of the rebooted Disney+ animated series The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder premiered on February 1, just in time for Black History Month.

 

 

In one of its upcoming episodes, “Juneteenth,” 14-year-old Penny and her friends decide to learn more about Juneteenth’s importance in her fictional town of Smithville, California. After digging deeper into Smithville’s history, they discover that the city’s founder was a slave owner.

 

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In another scene, Penny and her friends were delivering a speech during which they claimed that “this country was built on slavery, which means slaves built this country.”

 

“The descendants of slaves continue to build this… slaves built this country.

“And we, the descendants of slaves in America, have earned reparations for their [suffering] and continue to earn reparations every moment we spend. Submerged in the systemic prejudice, racism, and white supremacy that America was founded with and still has not a tone for,” kids said.

 

The Disney show smears Abraham Lincoln and tells children that he DID NOT free the slaves. What disgusting propaganda! The show even promotes the “hands up, don’t shoot” lie.

 

 

But it didn’t stop there. In another scene, as the kids were involved in a protest, Maya’s parent Randall Leibowitz-Jenkins tells his gay lover to do something using his “white privilege”.

 

 

 

With The Proud Family, the Walt Disney Co. continues its aggressive push of woke politics for children in its streaming entertainment. Parents had better WAKE up.

 

 

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Jamison Ashley

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