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INDOCTRINATION: DreamWorks’ Madagascar warns children about the “evil” Trump wall.

Build a Wall mad

In Netflix’s animated series All Hail King Julien, which is produced by Dreamworks, will mock the Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump in an upcoming episode. The show is based upon the original movie Madagascar.

The King of the Lemurs, Julien, gathered his subjects to build a wall to keep out foreign animals. As they constructed the wall, all the lemurs sang, “Don’t Touch Our Stuff.”

“Lemurs mean just what they say/Don’t touch our stuff, and just go away,” they sang.

Showrunner Mitch Watson admitted that the new episode is intended to be a direct criticism of Trump’s signature policy proposal, according to an interview with The Huffington Post.

“The song ‘Don’t Touch Our Stuff’ is essentially about building a wall to keep other animals away because Julien and the lemurs feel they are taking away their jobs even though the lemurs don’t work, and taking their housing even through there are plenty of trees, and eating their food even though there is more than enough for everyone,” Watson exclaimed.

The show premiers on Friday and is directed at children ages-7-and-up. It is a clear and vivid attempt of liberal indoctrination of impressionable children.

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  1. James Hall

    June 21, 2016 7:25 pm at 7:25 pm

    Great journalism there, Cowger. Stolen almost word for word from Breitbart. It’s always easy to tell when you’ve plagiarized something…there are fewer grammatical errors.

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