Lesbian Creator Of Disney LGBT Propaganda Show: “We Are Political”

A Disney show for young children is pushing the LGBT agenda on to your kids and the lesbian behind it all isn’t shy about it being politically motivated either.


Disney Junior, Disney’s brand meant for even younger children, has a show written by a lesbian author and producer. The show, Doc McStuffins, recently had an episode depicting two same sex parents. The point of it was to normalize being gay to children.

Disney, we do not want you exposing our very young children to homosexuality. Disney is supposed to be an outlet we can feel safe letting our sons and daughters to be entertained by – not indoctrinated.

The Huffington Post even wrote an article whining about the coverage the LGBT agenda-pushing cartoon has been receiving from activist mommies everywhere.

Well, buckle in HuffPo because I’m not having it either.

Has anybody ever thought that the reason there are more and more LGBT people is because people like Chris Nee are so adamant in pushing their agenda on our children? Of course, even the women who voiced the two mothers on the kids show were lesbians Wanda Sykes and Portia De Rossi who is married to Ellen DeGeneres.

Watch a video from LGBT group GLAAD bragging about pushing the LGBT agenda on children:

Chris Nee, executive producer of Doc McStuffins the cartoon pushing same-sex couples as parents, spoke to After Ellen about her politicization of a children’s cartoon…

“I always envision Doc McStuffins as a show about what it means to accept everyone as part of our communities. As part of a two-mom family, I’m proud to have an episode that reflects my son’s world, and shows everyone that love is love in McStuffinsville,”

LifeSiteNews has uncovered several tweets from Nee acknowledging her political motivations.


Chris Nee isn’t a big fan of POTUS.

She’s definitely not a fan of his Supreme Court pick either.

Before Trump was even inaugurated Nee was hoping Obama would ‘go for the kidney punch.’

She even wants Obama to “kick him in the balls.”

Nee wants Doc Mcstuffins to be a “feminist icon”

After Ellen