Christian Mom: “Blue’s Clues” is “Indoctrinating” Kids With the Alphabet Song February 26, 2021

Christian Mom: “Blue’s Clues” is “Indoctrinating” Kids With the Alphabet Song

The one conservative Christian mom at One Million Moms (Twitter count: 4,186) says that the children’s show Blue’s Clues is trying to “indoctrinate children by exposing them to the LGBTQ lifestyle and presenting it as normal.”


By telling kids about the letter “P” with rainbows.

In a fairly typical alphabet video called “ABC Song � w/ Blue!,” kids are shown the letters along with a word associated with it. When they get to “P,” we’re told it stands for “Pride.”

Is that image a reference to LGBTQ pride? Undoubtedly yes.

Would any child know that? Almost certainly not. It’s more like a wink to parents that the show is inclusive and tolerant. It’s hardly some kind of loud affirmation of LGBTQ rights. It’s just a rainbow “P” surrounded by flags that represent people in the LGBTQ community. You probably wouldn’t notice it unless you went looking for it.

But in typical conservative Christian fashion, Monica Cole is going after this alphabet video.

Here are some of the lyrics and images heard and seen in the video:

“P is full of pride!”

Images of 9 LGBTQ flags are displayed alongside the letter “P.”

“The alphabet helps me be me.”

It is apparent that this network continues to indoctrinate children by exposing them to the LGBTQ lifestyle and presenting it as normal.

With such a liberal push in children’s educational entertainment, it is obvious where Nickelodeon stands. Parents who are not already aware of the network’s agenda, please be forewarned now.

This pride-laced ABC song makes it clear that Nickelodeon has an LGBTQ agenda that it is forcing on really young audiences.

Imagine lashing out at a show meant for kids because it told kids to be themselves and subtly implied support for LGBTQ people.

This mom wants a children’s TV show to tell LGBTQ people they’re going straight to Hell. She’ll settle for nothing less. Because when you live in a bubble, even the existence of other humans is perceived as a threat.

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