Netflix’s CEO is just lying. The streaming platform is under fire by the left for producing Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special in which the comic declares that “gender is a fact.” Netflix has now suspended an employee who tweeted attacks on her company for backing Chappelle.
This prompted Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos to issue an e-mail to staff on Monday, declaring, “Several of you have also asked where we draw the line on hate. We don’t allow titles on Netflix that are designed to incite hate or violence, and we don’t believe The Closer crosses that line.”
But that’s simply a lie. Netflix produces shows encouraging hate against Christians routinely and without remorse or the same level of uproar. As NewsBusters Culture wrote in 2018, the vile teen comedy series Insatiable featured teen girls “pleading with Jesus and the Holy Spirit to have sex with them is definitely shocking and completely disgusting.” Here’s some of the sick anti-Christian mockery:
Sweet, sweet Jesus inside me, I got You deep in my soul. Deep, deep, deep in my soul. Yeah! Oh, Spirit, please ride me. Please, please, please, please ride me. Deep, deep, deep in my soul.
In 2020, Netflix produced a series called Cursed about a group of genocidal Christian monks called the Red Paladins. In 2021, the streamer featured a sex and gun-loving Jesus killing and having group sex. Here's the gross video evidence:
Mr. Sarandos, stop lying. Netflix routinely produces anti-Christian hate and you know it.