Now This… Joyless Democrats Are Going After Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Joyless Democrats are now going after Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
They don’t like the story’s message.

Why are we forced to listen to these idiots?

Remember Democrats, it could be worse — They could eat Rudolph at the end and mount his head.

KMOV reported:

Some critics of the 1964 classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” are accusing the beloved holiday film of promoting bullying and bigotry.

As you may remember, the movie tells the tale of a young buck who is teased mercilessly for having a bright red nose. He eventually saves the day, of course, and goes on to be Santa’s lead reindeer.

Despite its seemingly happy ending, the Huffington Post shared a video last week that featured tweets from critics explaining why the movie may be “seriously problematic.”

The video notes one instance in the film where Rudolph’s father “verbally abuses him.” A critic later calls the father of Rudolph’s crush, Clarice, a “bigot” for not allowing his daughter to hang out with a red-nosed reindeer.

Some Twitter users made similar observations.

“Santa let them bully Rudolph and joined in the shaming until his freak disability became useful,” one person tweeted.

Corrine Conley, who voiced “Dolly for Sue” in the TV special, fired back on Sunday:

“Certainly in ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Red Deer’ everyone is reconciled happily at the end of the movie,” she told TMZ. “And let’s hope in today’s society the things people are bullying about can also be rectified.”

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