We now live in a day and age when portraying a father as being present in the lives of his children has become “weird” to left-wing propagandists who are doing their best to destroy any semblance of normalcy, including the nuclear family, as the New York Times slams a brand new cartoon series, “Chip Chilla” for doing just that. The series is part of the Bentkey streaming service from the Daily Wire and his receiving a ton of praise from folks on social media, even as publications like the Times try to rip it apart.
Which would probably be taken a whole lot more seriously if the criticisms from the Times review weren’t focused around the dad in the series being “weirdly present,” and instilling lessons about history and values to his children. How sad that something like being present and active in your kids’ lives is viewed as being strange by the masses. This is how perverted these folks have become over the years and years they’ve been exposed the twisted worldview of progressivism. Being there for your children is now frowned upon. Unbelievable.
Here’s more from the Daily Wire:
In the Times piece published on Monday, writer Amanda Hess criticized portrayals of the fathers in “Chip Chilla” and the popular Australian series “Bluey” as “fantasy” because they are active and engaged with their children. The NYT writer also suggested that the dad in “Chip Chilla” is the worst offender of the two because he teaches “lessons about dead white people.”
“Remember, folks, Bentkey’s #ChipChilla is Extremely Problematic™ because it teaches kids about “dead white people” like, you know, many of the greatest heroes of all time,” Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro posted on X. “Also, it is now Extremely Patriarchal™ for Dad to be involved with educating the kids, per the NYT’s latest critique of #ChipChilla. Better to trans them, obviously.”
“‘I hate Chip Chilla because the dad isn’t a lazy idiot and the mom does housework. Also, I hate my kids!’ —the NYT,” Daily Wire host Michael Knowles wrote.
“Love it. The @nytimes has become so morally deformed it’s almost cruel to laugh at them. But I’ll try my best,” Daily Wire host Andrew Klavan added.
How can someone ridicule the notion of a parent, especially a dad, being involved with his kids, with a straight face? I just don’t understand how someone can look in the face of mountains of research that talk about the critical importance of a child having a male father figure in their lives and then slam a piece of entertainment that promotes that very idea?
Popular X account End Wokeness also chimed in, writing, “The NY Times is mad at Bentkey’s ‘Chip Chilla’ because the dad homeschools and teaches his kids about ‘dead white people.’ By the way, those ‘dead white people’ are George Washington, Neil Armstrong, Ben Franklin, etc.
“They are also fuming that the show has a father figure play the central role,” End Wokeness continued in the post.
The NY Times is mad at Bentkey's "Chip Chilla" because the dad homeschools and teaches his kids about "dead white people"
By the way, those "dead white people" are George Washington, Neil Armstrong, Ben Franklin, etc.
They are also fuming that the show has a father figure play… pic.twitter.com/ADiJ5FEYEM
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) December 19, 2023
Others on social media also decided to verbally smack around the Times for their assault on the cartoon for teaching kids solid values and principles.
“Chip Chilla is a fantastic show and idk why I’m surprised people are upset that there’s a show that promotes ‘weirdly present fathers.’ I watch every episode with my kids. Love the work @RobSchneider,” one X user said.
“My two little ones love Bluey. I will definitely be introducing them to Chip Chilla as well,” Joshua Kane stated. “Maybe I owe a little gratitude to the @nytimes for facilitating the introduction of Chip Chilla to my children.”
“Kind of weird seeing @nytimes advertise for @realDailyWire like this,” an individual on X wrote. “As a parent, hearing them compare Chip Chilla in the same breath as Bluey is high praise. Lol.”
The Times ultimately provided the Daily Wire with lots of free press for their new service, and I, for one, hope it’s a huge success.
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