‘The Muppets (2011)’ Brainwashing Child
Recently emerged allegations if there is a hidden message in the film lasted 98 minutes. Hollywood was accused of trying to brainwash American children with liberal smelly spectacle.
Eric Bolling, host of Fox’s “Follow the Money” criticised the character of Tex Richman, the villain in the new The Muppets movie.
“Liberal Hollywood depicting a successful businessman as evil? That’s not new,” he said.
This accusation came from the Fox Business Channel news anchor named Eric Bolling. When Bolling was bringing his show, he had time to play a short piece of a scene from the film and commented that there is a hidden purpose behind the mission of the Muppet movie.
“Hollywood liberals who tend to describe a successful businessman as the ‘devil’, this is not a new story indeed,” said Eric Bolling time. In the Muppet film really portrayed the figure of Tex Richman will master theatrical Muppet to their personal interests.
On Fox Business Channel anchor Eric Bolling showed a clip of the new Disney movie and suggested — well, no, he said outright — that the story was aimed at planting the seeds of class warfare among our precious children.
Thatâ€™s because the Muppetâ€“villain is an oil baron called Tex Richman.
â€œWhatâ€™s actually going on there? Is liberal Hollywood using class warfare to brainwash our kids?â€ he asked, quite reasonably.
Well, of course it is.
â€œTheyâ€™ve been doing it for decades,â€ rejoined Fox guest, Dan Gainor. â€œHollywood — they hate the oil industry, they hate corporate America.â€
The rest of America must love the oil industry, and has a warm and fuzzy feeling for corporate America. That must be why that Occupy Wall Street thing hasnâ€™t gone anywhere.
Weâ€™ll roll the tape. You decide.
“What really happened? Are Hollywood liberals are now using the hostility between the social strata to brainwash our children?” Eric Bolling continued. And Gainor who was a guest immediately replied, “have for years they did it. Hollywood – they really hate the oil industry, they hate American business.”
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