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How woke can Disney get? After ending gendered language at its park, putting Minnie Mouse in a pantsuit, having a gay kiss between two female characters in "Lightyear," and removing what activists allege to be racist rides, movies, and imagery, the company is fully embracing a progressive agenda.

A recent episode in the cartoon series "Proud Family" continues with that far-left activism. During an episode titled "Louder and Prouder," which aired on Disney+, the topic of Juneteenth is explored after the children discover the founder of their town owned slaves. 

In one scene, children rap about how the country was built on slavery and demand reparations. 

"This country was built on slavery, which means slaves built this country," the kids sing. 

"The descendants of slaves continue to build it, slaves built this country, and we, the descendants of slaves in America, have earned reparations for their suffering and continue to earn reparations every moment we spend submerged in a systemic prejudice, racism and white supremacy that America was founded with and still has not atoned for," the children add. 

"We made your families rich," the song goes on. "From the southern plantation heirs to the northern bankers to the New England ship owners, the founding fathers, former presidents, current senators, the Illuminati, the New World Order." 

The song then argues President Lincoln did not free the slaves. 

"We had Tubman, Turner, Frederick D, then they say Lincoln freed the slaves, but slaves were men and women, and only we can free ourselves," they sing. "Emancipation is not freedom. Jim Crow, segregation, redlining, public schools feeding private prisons where we become slaves again." 

Manhattan Institute fellow Chris Rufo blasted the song as "pure critical race theory," which also advances an "insane conspiracy theory." 


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