Watch: Videos of Sesame Street Parade Character “Shunning” Black Kids Goes Mega Viral, Over 5 Million Views

Watch: Videos of Sesame Street Parade Character “Shunning” Black Kids Goes Mega Viral, Over 5 Million Views

You won’t catch me shedding a tear if Sesame Street gets “canceled.” I think it’s a tool the progressives use to indoctrinate young children into the liberal religion and push sexuality on them, via the LGBTQ agenda that they are constantly integrating into all of their programming.

In my opinion, Sesame Street is poison, so I will not rush to their defense when they get eaten by their own.

And that’s exactly what is happening right now.

It’s all surrounding these Sesame Street parades at “Sesame Place” park in Philadelphia.

Several videos of the characters ignoring black children are going viral.

One of these videos already has over 5 million views on Twitter alone.

Kare 11 reported that a mother who attended a parade at Sesame Place Philadelphia over the weekend claims a theme-park employee shunned her two Black daughters.
The video posted on Instagram under the account name “Jodi,” shows Sesame Street character Rosita, high-fiving white paradegoers before appearing to motion “no” to the woman’s daughters, who are Black.

The girls looked excited to meet Rosita, and are seen in the video shared on social media with their arms outstretched toward the character, but Rosita appears to shake her head and walks right by the girls. Rosita then walks out of frame, and the girls turn around in confusion.

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But since that one video came out, there are more clips of the character shunning black kids.

You can watch the videos below:

The backlash has been so fierce, that Sesame Place has responded. Here’s their statement:

Rosita’s “no” gesture was not toward the two girls. In fact, it “was not directed to any specific person.”
The character was not shunning the girls, but instead was responding to multiple requests from the crowd to hold their child for a photo.

Sesame Place says that is against company policy.

The Rosita performer did not intentionally ignore the girls and is devastated about the misunderstanding.

Our brand, our park and our employees stand for inclusivity and equality in all forms. That is what Sesame Place is all about and we do not tolerate any behaviors in our parks that are contrary to that commitment.

Sesame Place also says the costumes worn by characters make it hard to see at lower levels and that performers sometimes miss hug requests from small children.

The park invited the family back for a meet-and-greet, but the mom says she will never step foot in Sesame Place ever again.

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