Nickelodeon popular children’s program recently released a new YouTube video, The Blue’s Clues Pride Parade 🏳️‍🌈 Sing-Along Ft. Nina West! The video is full of symbols that are tied to pedophilia. (more on that later) Nina West is a biological male (Andrew Levitt) drag queen transvestite who rose to national fame with ‘her’ appearance on the TV show ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ (season 11)

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“Families marching four by four. Hurrah. Hurrah. Families marching four by four. Hurrah. Hurrah. Trans members of this family all love each other so proudly and they all go marching in the big parade. Come join the fun.” – Nina West

Did you catch the symbolism? It’s there, if you know what to look for. On January 31st of 2007, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released an Unclassified. Law Enforcement Sensitive Intelligence Bulletin (Cyber Division, Innocent Images National Initiative) (U) Symbols and Logos Used by Pedophiles to Identify Sexual Preferences.

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This logo that symbolizes “Little Boy Lover” appears repeatedly throughout the video.

Here’s a bunch of examples…

Now if this isn’t creepy enough, it gets worse. They’re literally targeting babies, preschoolers and kindergartners with this stuff. On YouTube, they used the video tags preschool, kindergarten, nursery rhymes, baby songs, nursery songs, baby song, just to name a few…

Here’s a closer look…

This isn’t the first time they’ve tried to indoctrinate children. Not too long ago they did an alphabet song where they had the P stand for ‘Pride’. It was surrounded by all kinds of Trans flags and the like…

 

 

 

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