Liberals will find “racism” anywhere these days. They are so easily offended it’s hard to even have a conversation with some of them. You might use the wrong pronoun or look at someone the wrong way, and suddenly you are a racist or a homophobe or whatever the terms they use are. Now, Sesame Street has been sued for $25 million for racism against children.
You may have seen the viral video of the Sesame Place character who allegedly snubbed two little black girls at the park. In case you haven’t, here it is:
You can see the character shakes his finger “no” at a white person just before he waves off the two little black girls. It appears he planned to change his direction right there, at the white person, but I’m sure the little girls were disappointed, as any child would be. But a lawsuit?
Now, SeaWorld, who owns Sesame Place, “is being sued for other alleged instances of “pervasive and appalling” discrimination against children at Sesame Place Philadelphia.” The plaintiffs are Quinton Burns and his 5-year-old daughter, who allege that “four performers refused to engage with the girl and other Black children during a meet-and-greet last month. The performers did ‘readily’ engage with ‘numerous’ white kids, according to the suit,” reports NBC Philadelphia.
One of the lawyers spoke about the lawsuit at a recent press conference saying, “Racism is horrible when it’s perpetrated against adults, but it’s in a separate category altogether of horror when it’s perpetrated against kids who can’t fight back and who have to struggle to understand how ugly it is and how it must be eliminated from every aspect of American life.”
The lawsuit is seeking $25 million on behalf of all black people since July 27, 2018.
There are black people who are also calling out other black people for what they are doing: “Y’all already know how I feel about Rosita…but a protest at Sesame Place?? For what?? How about you just don’t go? There’s bigger fish to fry”
“Why do we keep getting mad at things like what happened at Sesame Place?”
Sesame Place said it is reviewing the lawsuit and is committed to delivering “an inclusive, equitable and entertaining experience for all our guests.”
Have you ever been at a theme park or parade and been ignored by someone like a character or someone in the parade? Has that ever happened to your children? I know it’s happened to me and to my children, many times. and we are white. They can’t get to everyone. Now, it seems, every black person is pulling out their phones to try to find a video they can use to get some money. Other black people are calling this out, too. Let us know if you or your kids have ever been ignored at a theme park or parade, and what color your skin is.