Last updated on June 3rd, 2022 at 03:27 pm
We all know that Disney is actively grooming our children in the radical LGBT agenda. Its corporate executives openly tout that they are foisting a “not-so-secret gay agenda” on our children and the company publicly came out against a new Florida that law protects school children from being groomed by LGBT activists. Now Fisher-Price has joined Disney in grooming our children, except that its campaign is targeted at children as young as one year old.
What has Fisher-Price just done? It has just come out with its “Fisher-Price Little People Collector RuPaul” figurines. As you probably know, RuPaul is a male drag queen who has hosted the show “RuPaul’s Drag Race” on VH1 for fourteen seasons.
In its tweet announcing the new figures, Fisher-Price proudly declared:
“Little People, Big Queen! @RuPaul says it’s time to werk [sic] towards those dreams!”
On the Mattel (owner of Fisher-Price) web site, it says:
“Fans can bring home the glamour and fabulosity of the famous drag performer with the special edition Little People Collector™ RuPaul® figure set from Fisher-Price®. This fun figure set celebrates the iconic American actor, singer, model and television personality with three Little People® figures inspired by dazzling looks from a truly amazing career…Each figure is styled in a different fabulous look from the iconic drag performer’s career…This must-have figure set comes in a specially designed, gift-ready package, perfect for any fan’s display shelf.”
The site then ominously states a target audience for the drag queen figurines—children as young as one:
“Special edition Little People Collector™ figure set featuring 3 RuPaul® character figures [is] for fans ages 1-101 years”
Fisher-Price is even beating Disney in the age of children it is targeting with the radical LGBT agenda. I did not think this was possible, but I was wrong.
So there you have it. One of America’s favorite toy companies has been won over by the radical LGBT agenda and is now targeting the sale of its drag queen figurines to children as young as one. And we thought Disney was bad. Let’s hope that once people realize that Fisher-Price wants to groom their children, they will boycott the company’s products and send it a clear message: “Go woke, go broke. You are not to indoctrinate our children.”