Jessi Cruickshank of the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC)
VIDEO: CBC indoctrinates young children for homosexual pride month in new video: ‘Are you homosexual allies?’
By Pat Gray
June 7, 2018
Reprinted from: The Blaze
In a new video by CBC Life, a subsidiary of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, children are persuaded into becoming homosexual “allies” for pride month by Canadian television host Jessi Cruickshank.
The video opens up with Cruickshank and several young and impressionable children all at a table where they’re prompted by questions regarding same-sex marriage and sexual diversity. The room is filled with rainbow balloons, homosexual pride flags, and children who appear to all be younger than 10.
“Happy pride everybody!” she begins. She then prompts the children to define what homosexual pride is and whether or not they consider themselves “homosexual allies.”
“Definitely!” they respond innocently and cheerfully. She then asks the children if they know what “coming out of the closet” means and what they think of having two moms or two dads.
The conversation then turns to Jodie Foster and nudity, and whether or not they’ll aspire to be “homosexual icons” one day to the likes of Ricky Martin and Lady Gaga.
“Everybody should aspire to be a homosexual icon,” Cruickshank says at the end of the video to which the children cheer. One child defined “coming out of the closet” as a hide and seek game while one child said he didn’t know if he will grow up to be an ally, but maybe he’ll become an icon.
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