'Our children are being indoctrinated in the progressive agenda like never before.
They are subjected to learning immoral material in our public schools and are targeted in children’s programming.
One cable television channel, however, is becoming the driving force behind forcing this agenda on vulnerable children, and they are pushing it further every day.
Nickelodeon has been a staple of children’s programming for decades, and many of us have fond memories of favorite shows that contained nothing more offensive than a little potty humor.
But in the last decade, Nickelodeon has been slowly introducing elements of the liberal agenda to its young viewers.
We see a frightening pattern emerging.
The left-wing LGBT propaganda is rearing its ugly head at a faster pace every year.
And it’s not just toward the 8 to 12 crowd who is the target audience of Nickelodeon.
They’ve slowly been on a mission to indoctrinate even our smallest children as the propaganda has spread to affiliate channel Nick Jr.
In 2015, an episode of the popular preschool show Bubble Guppies featured an apparently transgendered character named “RuPearl” voiced by notorious “drag queen” RuPaul.
The network saw nothing wrong with the episode about “a stylish sea snail and announcer for a ‘dress up race’ held during Fashion Week in the underwater city of Bubbletucky” that was voiced by a transvestite.
It appears they’re trying to be subtle in exposing our preschoolers to their propaganda and are likely thinking up the next storyline that will incorporate their agenda into our little ones’ favorite programs.'
Read more: A Favorite TV Channel Is No Longer Family-Friendly – It’s Not Who You Think
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