SICK: Nickelodeon Promotes LGBT Propaganda to Children During ‘Trans Day of Visibility’

The children’s network Nickelodeon is promoting LGBT propaganda during the Transgender Day of Visibility, which is a made-up annual event of sorts in which the delusions of mentally-ill individuals are encouraged internationally.

The Humans Rights Council describes the Transgender Day of Visibility as follows:

Transgender people come from all walks of life. We are your coworkers, family and neighbors. We are 7-year-old children and we are 70-year-old grandparents. We are a diverse community representing all racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as faith backgrounds.

International Transgender Day of Visibility is honored every year on March 31 and is a time to celebrate transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face.

Nickelodeon made the following post on various social media accounts encouraging transgenderism for kids during this yearly celebration of gender-bending insanity:

Nickelodeon is promoting a lifestyle to children that has been shown to lead to increased rates of suicide, drug use, sexual degeneracy and severe mental disorders. However, the corporation has a long history of putting the safety and purity of children in severe jeopardy.

Dan Schneider was employed by Nickelodeon as a producer for decades, being given intimate access to a who’s who of child stars. He has been accused of various sexual improprieties with the actors in the various programs that he oversaw. He took $7 million to part ways with Nickelodeon in 2018.

In addition, an animator of one of Nickelodeon’s most popular and iconic shows has been accused of inappropriate relations with children.

John Kricfalusi, who created the “The Ren & Stimpy Show,” allegedly used his position as a famous animator to groom children over the internet. One accuser, Robyn Byrd said that Kricfalusi started having sex with her when she was 16 and had groomed her for years before starting the sexual relationship. Another accuser, Katie Rice claimed that Kricfalusi pleasured himself during phone sex sessions while she was only in the 10th grade.

Kricfalusi was forced to own up to his past behaviors in a lengthy apology note that did him no favors with the public and was ultimately not accepted by his alleged victims.

“I’m left with a feeling of shame for my lack of control and past behavior so I apologize to everyone who expected more from me,” he wrote on Facebook. “Extreme people can have extreme flaws. I didn’t ask for mine but for years now have finally been able to control them.”

The Cartoon Network has joined in with the child-corrupting fad as well.

While there has always been a culture of abuse that has occurred behind the scenes of these kids’ networks, they are now openly corrupting the innocent with their embrace of the LGBT agenda and transgenderism.