Just when you thought Snowflakes in America couldn't possibly be offended by anything else, they surprise you. Apparently the "Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" episode that was recently replayed on ABC is somehow racist. And Social Justice Warriors took the time to tweet about it.
Charlie Brown Thanksgiving aired in 1973. People interpret this scene differently. Some say it's offensive, some say Franklin has the best seat at the table. How do you see it? pic.twitter.com/LeH2NxNjul— Trevor Donovan (@TrevDon) November 23, 2018
If y’all don’t think racism exist..check out Charlie Brown...so you mean to tell me, no one wanted to sit by the lil black kid and why they give him the worse chair....think about it... #staywoke ... pic.twitter.com/S23G0aOSm5— IMPEACH TRUMP ?? (@TheScorpioBaby) November 22, 2018
They give our friend the busted chair and won’t even sit on the same side of the table, more proof that Charlie Brown and his cohorts are RACIST. pic.twitter.com/Ejd7dQdMKT— hotwealz (@mwizzy128) November 22, 2018
At least one person was able to break it down to simple, basic Charlie Brown terms.
Come on people anyone who knows Charlie Brown knows what’s really going on here... pic.twitter.com/Q0u7p8qZbi— Brookesalvation (@Brookesalvation) November 24, 2018
SJWs are now claiming this scene in Charlie Brown’s Thanksgiving is racist bc of the seating arrangement.— Jack Posobiec ???? (@JackPosobiec) November 22, 2018
Yes, seriously. pic.twitter.com/ziG1uCSM37
Liberals are now calling ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ racist because of where Franklin is seated at the dinner table.— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) November 24, 2018
Next up.... Snowmen to be called Snowpeople.
Seriously, people. Not everything has an ulterior motive. There's a rhyme or reason for what they do. They had the characters sit where they did because of their relationship to one another, as Brooke explained.
Why have we become a society that is so triggered by anything and everything? Even a little kid's TV show has turned into something that upsets people.
Wake up! It's a cartoon. It's not real. It's fiction. You're reading too much between the lines if you're genuinely upset by this. There are far more important things to worry about, like real life.