Netflix Flips the Script: Axes ‘Anti-Racist’ Projects as Company Stock Continues to Fall

Let go of Anti-Racist Baby Other unwatchable woke-nonsense that was previously included in the Netflix pipeline

Variety reports that Netflix has stopped working on a number of interesting projects.

The animated films mentioned earlier were also axed. Anti-Racist BabyThe pre-school program is called, and it’s based upon the book for children by Critical Race Theory (CRT) huckster Ibram. Kendi. 

Netflix is unable to afford to show their children such a program.

Another Kendi creation dumped by Netflix is a documentary called Stamped – Racism, Antiracism, and You It is targeted at teenagers and young adults. 

“As a Black Lives Matter fan, I don’t want to pick up any projects that could offend viewers. After the recent controversy surrounding critical race theory and teaching it in schools. So they may have decided to avoid taking a hit on that,” Media Research Center executive editor Tim Graham told Fox News Digital. 

“It’s quite possible the shows would have ended up just as stilted and propagandistic as Kendi’s books, especially the ‘Antiracist Baby’ book,” Graham added. “This is probably a business decision more than a political decision. They would hesitate to pick up a kiddie show titled ‘All Lives Matter’ for fear that this would also alienate half the audience.”

Left-wing director and producer Ava DuVernay also found herself on the Netflix chopping block. DuVernay was slated to executive produce an animated Wings of FireThis is a reprint of the highly successful series for children about warring dragons.

DuVernay’s previous work for Netflix includes the race-baiting Colin Kaepernick documentary, Colin, in Black and White She is the sort of director that leftists pretend is “brilliant” while audiences turn away. Her recent CW ‘superhero’ show Naomi, which lectured viewers about identity politics, tanked in the ratings after only one season. 

One can only imagine the ways DuVernay would have turned escapist kids books about battling dragons into some sort of guilt-tripping lecture on white supremacy.

Netflix has also cancelled Kendi and DuVernay. Sincere Regards from Kindergarten. According to Variety, it’s “a darker children’s book about two young friends who drift as one of them loses his imagination.”

Well gosh, every parent wants their kindergartners to dive into feelings of darkness and fear of losing their imagination. It sounds like it would be fun for them!

These were not the only projects to be scrapped that Netflix approved during an era when it was willing to cease its operations. Netflix previously canned a feminist cartoon series created by annoying former duchess Meghan Markle. Cartoons made by insufferable feminists are not something anyone wants to see.

To further stop the bleeding, the company sent out a memo last week to employees making clear they will no longer tolerate cancel culture nonsense. (This was likely a response to employee attempts at cancelling Dave Chappelle for “transphobic” jokes.)

But many of the employees who got last week’s memo will never get the chance to test it because Netflix fired another 150 employees on Tuesday.

Then Netflix stock tumbled another 7 percent on Wednesday. An angry investor filed a lawsuit against Netflix, threatening to sue the company.

To top off the week, a study conducted by the research firm Antenna appeared on Thursday in the tech news site The Information, revealing that Netflix has seen a sharp rise in cancellations among long-standingSubscribers are a sign that there is deep-seated loss.

At the rate Netflix’s business is going, it could be this decade’s version of Blockbuster Video if they fail to turn things around.

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