As BLM leaders motivate millions of people to chant “f**k the police” and “the only good cop is a dead cop”, some activists are calling for the show Paw Patrol to be canceled because it portrays cops as “good cops”.
In a solidarity move, the television show put out a statement on its official Twitter account supporting the ongoing protests fighting the myth of systemic racism. But the hateful Leftist Twitter trolls were quick to respond by condemning the children’s show for having the gall to portray one of its characters as a morally upstanding police dog.
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
One user tweeted, “You’ve already brainwashed a bunch of kids into thinking law enforcement is a noble and just profession. better to scrap production forever if you want to make lasting change.”
you’ve already brainwashed a bunch of kids into thinking law enforcement is a noble and just profession. better to scrap production forever if you want to make lasting change
— piteously in ecstacy ? (@bathwaterbad) June 2, 2020
Black Lives Matter tweeted that “not posting for a day” isn’t activism. Although the show didn’t claim it was an activist. It was simply a gesture made with good intentions.
chase better get a real job then lol “not posting for a day” isn’t activism
— Black Lives Matter. (@PanoptiKit) June 7, 2020
The statistics prove that more cops are good than bad. But the BLM movement, extreme leftist, and liberal media are trying to convince America that most cops are bad.
On Tuesday Charles Barkley was asked by CNN what his thoughts were on defunding the police.
“We need the cops, most of the cops do a fantastic job, but instead of defunding and all this other stuff, let’s just do police reform. Everybody should be on board for that whether you’re a Democrat, Republican, conservative or liberal,” Barkley said Tuesday on CNN.
Barkley called Floyd’s killing a “disgrace” that should concern everyone in America regardless of race.