De-Fund Paw Patrol?

“Paw Patrol” is a children’s cartoon about a squad of canine helpers. It is basically a pretense for placing household pets in a variety of cool trucks. The only reason that I know about Paw Patrol is because I’ve watched it with my grandchildren, who enjoy it. The team includes Marshall, a firefighting Dalmatian; Rubble, a bulldog construction worker; and Chase, a German shepherd who is also a cop. In the world of “Paw Patrol,” Chase is drawn to be a very good boy who barks stuff like “Chase is on the case!” and “All in a police pup’s day!” as he rescues kittens in his tricked-out S.U.V.

But last week, when the show’s official Twitter account put out a bland call for “Black voices to be heard,” commenters came after Chase. “Euthanize the police dog,” they said. “Defund the paw patrol.” “All dogs go to heaven, except the class traitors in the Paw Patrol.”

News reports show that McGruff, the crime dog will suffer a similar fate.

And that’s all cool with me so long at everyone who advocates for that sort of thing is put on a “black list” so that the police never respond to their frantic calls for help and never investigate a crime where they are the victim. If they’re in a car accident, let them self-treat for injuries.


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Better to have and not need, than to need and not have.


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The Second Amendment debate is now over. Time for the society to become a bit more polite.


    • Mine will be too. I’m guessing that they’ll just cancel the cartoon and replace it with a cartoon that features an anti-police narrative.

  1. What’s best about this post? The grilled meat, the Bear with an AR and holo sight, the sexy confederate girl?

    Hey, I love it all.

  2. When you put it that way LSP you make it hard to decide. Okay, I will have the grilled meats with the girl after I tell her she needs to remove the bikini, but not for the stated reason and then we can watch Winnie the Pooh cartoons all night.

    • It’s been a couple days, the purges are sure to start soon. They’re Commies, after all.

    • Mike_C, I wonder if there is a rape problem in CHAZ or if it’s simply a matter of free love? I just thought of that when I read your comment about free meat.

      Kle, set your clock by that. But purges if it’s black people killing whites or other races is just showing that black lives matter.

      • I don’t doubt that there is a rape problem in CHAZ. On the other hand there will be guilty guilty white women offering to [crude railroad expression redacted], all thanks to decades of indoctrination. BLM is not the root problem. Those who manufacture popular culture and control non-STEM academia are the problem.

        Anyway, I had a long, bitterly sarcastic comment about racist Seattle (only 7% black population, but has black woman police chief, 5/9 minority City Councillors and 5/7 judges of diversity) all typed up, but thought better of it. No doubt I’m in enough trouble for somehow tragically having missed a “voluntary” (i.e. mandatory all-employee meeting) “Reflection and 8:46 of silence for BLM” to be followed by “voluntary” statements from the attendees. Had my parents known that their adopted home would come to have struggle sessions, they might possibly have just stayed in China.

        • Don’t forget the two minutes of hate, where anger and filthy vitreol are spewed out in sort of a slightly controlled group grand mall seizure. Those statements of hatred for “capitalism” are obviously voluntary as you barf out everything you’ve been holding back, all the oppression you’ve been subjected to.

          A friend went to one of those and reported back, except it was a male hating grievance group. She was unhappy in her marriage and while she was in the hate part of the meeting, she was coached. “Did he beat you?” – No, he never did. Didn’t even use harsh language. “Did he withhold money?” No, she had a credit card with a high limit. “Does he make you take the bus/public transportation while he rides around in comfort?” No, she had a car he bought the year before “Do you work long hours?” No, she was a stay-at-home wife. They threw her out of the group and told her not to come back.

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