As the "Rainbow Connection" taught us, the Muppets have always been powerful exponents — puppets, if you will — of the gay agenda. But did you know they’re also vicious, godless communists?
Last week, on the network's "Follow the Money" program, host Eric Bolling went McCarthy on the new, Disney-released film, "The Muppets," insisting that its storyline featuring an evil oil baron made it the latest example of Hollywood's so-called liberal agenda.
Bolling, who took issue with the baron's name, Tex Richman, was joined by Dan Gainor of the conservative Media Research Center, who was uninhibited with his criticism.
"It's amazing how far the left will go just to manipulate your kids, to convince them, give the anti-corporate message," he said.
It’s about time someone brought this left-wing conspiracy to light. I mean, didn’t you ever wonder why these things are called Muppets? "Muppet" is clearly an abbreviation of "Marxist puppet."
As Friedrich Engels wrote, “Communism is the doctrine of the conditions of the liberation of the proletariat. Mahna Mahna. What is the proletariat? The proletariat is that class in society… whose sole existence depends on the demand for labor. Mahna Mahna.”
Liberals have tried to cover their tracks, but it's painfully obvious that the Muppets took Manhattan in order to gain control of the means of production and bring capitalism to its knees. The House should immediately resurrect its Un-American Activities Committee to probe congressmen for adorable songs, felt skin, and great capers.
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