I knew it!

John Key suggested that the Opposition were muppets, he must have had some inkling. It turns out it may well be true that left-wingers are muppets, or at least get their inspiration from muppets.

Sesame Street, Friends and Happy Days are being used to promote secret left wing messages, according to a new book.

Conservative columnist and author Ben Shapiro accused television executives and writers of pushing a liberal agenda in several high profile American television entertainment shows.

His book “Primetime Propaganda” will show how the “most powerful medium of mass communication in human history became a vehicle for spreading the radical agenda of the left side of the political spectrum,” according to the publishers HarperCollins.

Shapiro interviewed dozens of leading industry figures, some of whom admitted to including a left wing bias in their shows. The results showed “unrepentant abuses of the Hollywood entertainment industry” and how movers and shakers in the television world tried to “shape America in their own leftist image”.

The film and television industry has always been filled with pinkos and many people have suspected this bias for many, many years.

Sesame Street has previously been accused of being left wing. In 2009 an episode mocked Fox News. The segment showed the character of Oscar as a reporter for the Grouch News Network and had a viewer telling him: “From now on I am watching ‘Pox’ News. Now there is a trashy news show.”

The Public Broadcasting Service ombudsman later said he “didn’t know what was in the head of the producers” and that they should not tell people what to think “through the kids”.

Yep…and we see this too from the kids like Bomber who always goes on about “fair and balanced Fox news” like bias is a bad thing. The hilarious thing is that Bomber himself is one of the most bias commentators in NZ, but unlike him I don’t think this is a bad thing. I’d far rather people showed their bias openly rather than use subterfuge to get their message across. All this goes to show how sneaky and furtive socialists will be to ge the message across.