In today's episode of the left’s latest attempt to come for your kids: Word just broke that creators of a "Paw Patrol" children's show spinoff, “Rubble & Crew,” will feature non-binary characters.
To make matters worse, the writer of the spinoff, Lindz Amer, is an extreme LGBTQ activist and hosts a Youtube channel called “Queer Kid Stuff.”
Normally when there are predators like this, we try to keep them away from kids. Nickelodeon pays them to indoctrinate children.
Robby Starbuck, a father, first reported the news on his Instagram and Twitter. The episode “The Crew Builds an Observatory,” was released on August 22. It features a new character, River, who is a non-binary character. In the episode, River was skateboarding around trying to get a photo of a shooting star. River was wearing purple, pink, blue and white colors as a nod to the transgender flag.
Keep in mind, this show is geared towards pre-kindergarteners. Children who shouldn’t even know about the delusion of transgenderism.
One of the big issues here is that the creator was subtle. Adding the trans socks and using nonbinary pronouns for a character isn’t obviously LGBTQ. But it makes you think, if they’re starting here, what more can and will they do to push this progressive crap into kids minds?
As previously mentioned, “Rubble & Crew’s” writer, Lindz Amer, is extremely LGBTQ, On September 2, Amer posted a few images from the episode on her Instagram. “They brought me on to consult on the first nonbinary character—meet River!!—for the PP universe and write their episode, talk about a bucket list item,” she wrote in the caption adding, “I wanted to write a nonbinary character that was aspirational and incredibly cool, someone for the pups (and kids at home) to look up to. They found an awesome non-binary actor to voice River and I’m so so happy about how it turned out.” Then she invited viewers to look at River’s trans flag socks.
As noted by Breitbart, Amer calls herself the “queer Mr. Rogers,” and regularly targets kids with the gay agenda. Her Youtube channel, which is aimed at "all ages," is called “Queer Kid Stuff.” Its description on the home page says, “At Queer Kid Stuff, our mission is clear: to foster understanding and acceptance of LGBTQ+ identities and issues among young minds and their families. We’re committed to creating an inclusive environment where every child can thrive and every family can flourish.”
In a reply to Starbuck’s original post, a user shared a video of Amer telling kids to support abortion and she even wrote a book this year called “Rainbow Parenting: Your Guide to Raising Queer Kids and Their Allies.”
In response to the information about who Amer is and what this new “Paw Patrol” spin-off had to offer, numerous people went to Amer’s social media accounts to condemn her indoctrination attempts. Naturally, Amer blocked them and said they were “jerk[s] s**tposting” about her work.
This, unfortunately, isn’t the first time a cartoon for kids has pushed the LGBTQ agenda for children and sadly, I don’t think it will be the last.
In June, MRCTV reported on Cartoon Network’s latest attempt to indoctrinate youth. It included two nonbinarycharacters and featured a discussion about pronoun usage in its “We Baby Bears” kids show. A few months before, Netflix had a preschool animated series about a nonbinary bison talking to its grandmother about what pronouns it wanted to use and back in 2021, “Blues Clues” featured a drag queen “Pride Parade” singalong for kids to enjoy.
I’m getting awfully sick of seeing shows like this explicitly targeting and attempt to brainwash young, impressionable kids. This is an intentional effort by the left to subtly divide families and groom children, one concept at a time.
Hide your kids, hide your wife, hide your husbands and toss your TV’s!