(Tea Party PAC) – If there’s one thing we’ve all come to see about the movement known in mainstream culture as Black Lives Matter, it’s that these people are borderline insane in the membrane. Not because they want to stand up for racial equality or because they want justice for George Floyd, both of which are good things that all decent human beings want too.
No, they are crazy because they are determined to paint all police officers with broad strokes — something they despise when done to those who are members of the black community — as evil, vile racists who are on a mission to wipe out black men.
Lately, the BLM movement has tried to convince us all that defunding police departments or outright abolishing them is the proper response to the civil unrest and what they deem to be unfair treatment blacks receive at the hands of law enforcement officers.
Both of those ideas are horrible, by the way.
But now it seems the BLM folks have set their sights on destroying “depictions of good police officers” being presented on the Nickolodeon cartoon Paw Patrol. Yes, that’s right. A kid’s cartoon with a dog as a cop is now being targeted as a vile oppressor of the black community.
Here’s more on this from Breitbart:
The show actually attempted to support the Black Lives Matter movement on “Blackout Tuesday,” in common with the Nickelodeon network as a whole.
In solidarity of #amplifymelanatedvoices we will be muting our content until June 7th to give access for Black voices to be heard so we can continue to listen and further our learning. #amplifyblackvoices
In solidarity of #amplifymelanatedvoices we will be muting our content until June 7th to give access for Black voices to be heard so we can continue to listen and further our learning. #amplifyblackvoices pic.twitter.com/NO2KeQjpHM
— PAW Patrol (@pawpatrol) June 2, 2020
However, the show’s tweet amplifying “melanated voices” was met with an avalanche of criticism and mockery.
The Times reported on Wednesday:
It was only a matter of time before the protests came for “Paw Patrol.”
[L]ast week, when the show’s official Twitter account put out a bland call for “Black voices to be heard,” commenters came after Chase. “Euthanize the police dog,” they said. “Defund the paw patrol.” “All dogs go to heaven, except the class traitors in the Paw Patrol.”
As the protests against racist police violence enter their third week, the charges are mounting against fictional cops, too. Even big-hearted cartoon police dogs — or maybe especially big-hearted cartoon police dogs — are on notice. The effort to publicize police brutality also means banishing the good-cop archetype, which reigns on both television and in viral videos of the protests themselves. “Paw Patrol” seems harmless enough, and that’s the point: The movement rests on understanding that cops do plenty of harm.
Cops can dance, they can hug, they can kneel on the ground, but their individual acts of kindness can no longer obscure the violence of a system. The good-cop act is wearing thin.
How long before the cop character is removed from the show? Or, worse, before the show is cancelled? The Black Lives Matter movement is not really all that concerned with black lives. If they were, they would be protesting outside of abortion mills, institutions build on the foundation of racism with the clear goal in mind of destroying the entire black race.
But no. They aren’t in front of Planned Parenthood screaming about how black lives matter. All of their attention is focused on spreading their hatred for police officers by targeting a child’s cartoon.
Have these folks lost their minds? Affirmative. Long, long ago.
Progressivism is a mental disorder, and moves like this prove it.