WARNING! DuckTales is not the same cartoon parents grew up watching. Disney has introduced a male couple as the parents of two characters in the reboot of its popular DuckTales, rated TV-Y.
Violet, a friend of Huey, Dewey, and Louie, has two dads as seen in the first episode of Season 3. In the same episode, it is also revealed that Violet’s dads have adopted her best friend Lena. Violet says, in reference to Lena, “My sister from a couple of misters.”
The dads share the same last name and both wear T-shirts with the phrase “I’M WITH DAD” on the front and arrows pointing at each other. There is no denying their romantic relationship. It is extremely apparent that they are a couple.
In a Tumblr blog post, DuckTales co-executive producer and story editor Frank Angones regrets that the gay representation on the show isn’t center stage. His excuse he gave to the Left is this: Because the show is rooted in 1980s characters involved in heterosexual romances, his hands were tied. Otherwise he would have done things differently, he explained in this post:
I refuse to publicize this CHILD PREDATOR’S explaination.
It is apparent that this particular producer is not finished with indoctrinating children by exposing them to homosexual relationships through a facade of normalcy.
If anyone still has any doubt on where Disney stands on this controversial issue, hopefully this makes it clear that there is an LGBTQ agenda they are forcing on young audiences.
Sign the Disney pledge stating you and your family will no longer support Disney nor watch DuckTales as long as it veers away from family-friendly entertainment. And please share this with your friends and family.
This is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and I had neglected to put it on my calendar. Being in quarantine was no excuse, I should have plenty of time, however, here I was a week late and counting…
This won’t take long at all, just let the search engines do the work. Hummmm, that’s odd.. I need to slow down, OK, now it’s spelled right… what now, a dropped connection?
My search results were being filtered!
Finally I looked, and there was the article I was looking for from Washington DC. No, it’s dated 2019, and so it went for 2 more attempts, until it broke free from the fake and filtered news, and was displayed before me. But no graphic.
Now this should be easy, a picture of our President should be child’s play. If one of my children or grandchildren had been there, the HUFFPOST would never have forgotten the email they would have received. The dirty, vile, evil things I saw posted about our President, The President of these United States of America, and it made my blood boil.
These people are as ignorant and stupid as the idiots over at The Atlantic, and I just thought we had some real biased duds down here in Dallas at The Morning News.
SO, this explains at least a part of what is wrong with all these blind Lemmings around us, they are running for the sea so fast that their heads are stuck where the sun don’t shine in the Lemming ahead of them.
At this time I want to present this award to The HuffPost, The Atlantic, all the other biased, ignorant Lemming Media, The Dallas Morning News, and all you Socialist loving Lemmings out there.
Just so you all know, I was going to name this post “The Emporer’s New Clothes Part 2” but if I were to rename it, the name would be “The Anti-American Lemming Leader’s Legacy”.
You all have been in the middle of a STD/STI Pandemic that has been out of control for quiet a few years.
Adolescents are disproportionately affected by STIs and STDs. Young people ages 15 to 24 represent 25 percent of the sexually active population, but acquire half of all new STIs and STDs.
This year alone, 10,000,000 young people, 13 years-of-age to 23, will contract one (1) or more STI or STD.
35 percent of teens ages 14 to 19 have Human papillomavirus (HPV).
Girls age 15 to 19 have the highest rates of Gonorrhea and the second highest rate of Chlamydia of any age group.
This is the Senate Homeland and Governmental Affairs investigations subcommittee, on January 28, 2016, questioning HHS/CPS after their 6 months investigation. The link everyone was given stated “The congressional hearing cited the AP report that found more than two dozen unaccompanied children were sent to homes across the country where they were sexually assaulted…”
The problem was that the link was filtered, so the American People would NOT find out the truth. Not one site found out the TRUTH until Google did their job as every one should have done from the start. Google informed us that the link we all used was now a DEAD LINK.
By this time, the 2 genuine links was wide open, as you will see for yourself, as my site’s update post is not included, so everyone of WE THE PEOPLE can see the Washington Times link, which was used to update my post, and everyone else that chose to update the fake article with the genuine one with the correct numbers.
So, in effect, the lies we were fed about two (2) dozen immigrant children being turned over to traffickers, IN TRUTH turned out to be 90,000 immigrant children was turned over to traffickers, and even though nameless people have stated that every child was found and returned to their families, TO DATE, NOT 1 CHILD’S NAME HAS EVER BEEN SHOWN AS EVIDENCE TO SUBSTANTIATE THIS LIE, EVIDENCE BEING IN THE FORM OF A VERIFIABLE ICE OR BORDER PATROL LIST OF IMMIGRANTS FROM THIS DATE.
This is the article so you can see it in print yourselves:
January 28, 2016
The Obama administration sent illegal immigrant children into “modern-day slavery” by turning them over to sponsors who forced them into child labor or subjected them to sexual abuse, members of Congress said Thursday as they demanded that top child protection officials explain how it could have happened.
Worse yet, the administration acknowledged that it can’t account for each of the 90,000 children it processed and released since the surge peaked in 2014.
LUBBOCK, TX – Amid new concerns about child abuse, the Go Blue Lubbock campaign, held every April as a part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, stresses the importance of protecting children and preventing child abuse on the South Plains.
With added pressures brought on by health concerns, job insecurity, financial strain, and other effects of the coronavirus crisis, children are at greater risk as parents and caregivers struggle to cope.
In 2019, there were 3,095 confirmed cases of child abuse in the Lubbock Region.
Fifteen children lost their lives in abuse or neglect related fatalities in this area.
The Lubbock area continues to have one of the highest rates of confirmed abuse or neglect in the state with an average of three confirmed cases in Lubbock County every day.
The public is invited to participate in the campaign by wearing blue on Go Blue Fridays throughout the month of April and sharing and tagging with the hashtag #GoBlueLubbock.
Cecil County man charged with Child Abuse; accused of shaking baby
April 02, 2020
CECIL COUNTY, MD – A man is facing felony child abuse charges after he allegedly shook a 5-month-old baby in his Cecil County household, causing significant injury to the infant’s brain, according to charging documents.
Investigators identified the suspect as 57-year-old Paul Frederick Herd Sr., who remained in the Cecil County Detention Center without bond on Thursday, two days after his bail review hearing, court records show.
Herd is charged with first-degree child abuse resulting in severe physical injury, first-degree assault and second-degree custodial child abuse – all of which are felonies – in addition to three misdemeanor offenses, according to Cecil County District Court records.
“At this time, it is impossible to know what long term effects will be; however, portions of the brain were deprived oxygen due to the hemorrhaging,” Cecil County Sheriff’s Office Det. Chase Arminger, lead investigator, outlines in his written statement of probable cause filed on Tuesday.
The investigation started on March 19, when Arminger responded to Nemours A.I. DuPont Children’s Hospital in Wilmington, Del., after physicians there alerted that they were treating a 5-month-old baby for “injuries consistent with physical abuse,” police said.
Doctors reported that the infant was “actively seizing with no medical explanation,” that a CAT scan revealed the infant was suffering from “acute and chronic” bleeding inside the head; and that a retinal scan indicated “significant (bleeding) in both eyes,” police added.
“The ruptured blood vessels in the retinal area were too numerous to count. Medical professionals advised (that) the injuries present were inconsistent with the explanation given at the time the infant was presented to the medical staff. Det. Arminger was advised that the mechanism of injury was physical abuse consistent with shaking, unless or until, proven otherwise,” according to court records.
That prompted Arminger to conduct separate interviews with five other people who were living in the house with the baby – the infant’s mother, the mother’s boyfriend and the mothers’s two other children, who are elementary-school aged, police reported.
The mother told Arminger that the baby and her two other children had been left in the sole care of Herd on March 14 and again on March 17, police said. The mother also told the investigator that she noticed a change in the baby’s behavior on March 16, police added.
“The infant was refusing (its) bottle, sleeping off and on, and being abnormally fussy. Through March 16 through March 18, the infant’s condition continued to deteriorate, prompting the mother to schedule an appointment with a pediatrician,” court records show.
On the morning of March 19, however, the baby started seizing and, after consulting the pediatrician on the phone, the mother called 911 — resulting in an ambulance crew driving the infant to A.I. DuPont Children’s Hospital, police reported.
The mother’s boyfriend, during his separate interview, gave a similar account of when Herd was alone with the baby and the other two children in the house, police said. He, too, also told Arminger that the baby had been moody and had a diminished appetite, police added.
In addition, according to court records, the mother’s boyfriend reported that he noticed a small bruise on the baby’s face on the night of March 17 and that he was unsure of the cause.
The mother’s boyfriend also noted Herd had told him that, on March 14, one of the elementary-aged children had tripped over the baby while the infant was on the floor — an incident that occurred while all three children were in Herd’s sole care, court records show.
During their separate interviews, the elementary-aged children gave similar accounts of Herd’s alleged reaction after the tripping incident took place, police said.
The older of the two children described Herd as “mad” at the sibling who had tripped over the baby, police added.
That older child told Arminger that Herd then picked up the infant and “shook her up and down saying, ‘It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay’,” court records allege.
The younger of the two elementary-aged children told the investigator that Herd picked up the baby and “moved (the infant) up and down” while saying, “It’s okay, it’s okay.”
During his interview, Herd told investigators that the tripping incident occurred on March 17, not March 14, and that the baby was not injured and was “doing fine” and “taking bottles normally,” police reported.
When asked about the events of the March 13-15 weekend, according to court records, investigators noticed a “significant behavior change” in Herd. Investigators observed Herd “look away and appear withdrawn while giving answers to specific questions,” police reported.
Herd denied watching the baby and the two older children over the March 13-15 weekend, until detectives shared details given during other interviews, police said. At that point, police added, Herd “admitted to watching the children, but only for 30 minutes.”
When asked to detail what occurred right before and directly after the baby’s mother called 911 on morning of March 19, Herd told investigators that the infant was “barely conscious,” and that he attempted to help the baby while waiting for the ambulance, police reported.
“I (Herd) kept holding (the baby’s hands) and keeping (the baby) alert, because I know when you have a concussion, you don’t go to sleep,” according to court records, which further allege, “(Herd) would have had no knowledge the infant had a head injury at the time 911 was contacted unless there was prior knowledge of the mechanism of injury.”
Arminger arrested Herd on Tuesday, court records show.