Nickelodeon shocks kids with nearly 9 min gasping pause during programming

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Disney and Nickelodeon, two cable TV channels that reportedly average over one million child viewers during any given minute in a year, are reportedly now indoctrinating kids with Black Lives Matter propaganda.

The propaganda is being delivered via commercials like this Disney one:

But if you think that’s troubling, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

On Monday, Nickelodeon ran a horrifying, nearly 9-minute-long “public service announcement” that featured the sound of a person gasping for breath as the words “I can’t breathe” flashed across the screen in honor of George Floyd.

The commercial reportedly triggered fear and panic attacks in children.

“My 8 year old is scared to death,” one mother wrote in a tweet that was soon deleted afterward because of scathing hatred and rage from the mob.

Watch it below (disable your adblocker if the video doesn’t appear):

In defense of the ad, Nickelodeon posted a “Declaration of Kids’ Rights.”

“Nickelodeon is going off the air for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in support of justice, equality and human rights,” the document reads.

View the rest of it below:

Floyd wasn’t a child. He was a convicted criminal who entered an innocent woman’s home in 2007, put a gun to her stomach and then ransacked her home in search of drugs and money. He was also a habitual offender.

View his criminal history below:

Moreover, the claim that Floyd died because of racism — which is the root belief behind BLM, namely that the deaths of all black suspects by police officers are the result of racism — is completely unsubstantiated, just as it was in the Mike Brown case.

The actual evidence shows that America’s law enforcement doesn’t suffer from an epidemic of systemic racism, as police brutality is faced by all Americans, including white ones.

“Last August, a Dallas cop shot at a dog charging toward him and killed the white female owner,” Conservative Review’s Daniel Horowitz notes. “There were no riots over that.”

“Also last year among the 19 unarmed white people killed by police was a Houston couple killed in a botched drug raid. Two police officers were indicted for tampering with evidence. There were never any protests.”

Perhaps if Disney and Nickelodeon were sharing an “All Lives Matter” message, parents would be more forgiving, because at least that message would make sense and fit within reality, though it’d still raise questions about whether such information ought to be shared with children.

But the channels’ decision to stick with a “Black Lives Matter” message proves that they only care about appeasing the mob versus speaking actual truths such as this:

According to researchers from the University of Michigan and University of Maryland, “officers are less likely to fatally shoot black civilians for fear of public and legal reprisals,” meaning therefore that, “all else equal, this would increase the likelihood that a person fatally shot was white vs. black.”

Apparently, it’s white lives that don’t matter, not that the brainwashed members of the mob care. Just look at how they treated renowned conservative commentator Katie Hopkins for daring to criticize Nickelodeon’s ad (*Graphic language warning):

These people believe in pure lies and are none the wiser because these are lies that have been adopted and are now being disseminated by all of mainstream America, from corporations like Disney and Nickelodeon to media outlets and politicians.

They are the lies heard around the world …

Meanwhile, none of these corporations, media figures, politicians and bellyachers on Twitter seem to have a damn thing to say about the destruction of this woman’s business:

Or the death of this retired police captain (*EXTREMELY GRAPHIC WARNING):

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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