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Maybe all those people canceling Netflix will have to rethink their decision, now that the platform has saved the world from more of Prince Harry and his obnoxious narcissist twit of a wife, Meghan Markle.
According to Breitbart, a planned animated series scheduled to be produced by Markle and her meal ticket Prince Harry has been axed. Pearl, which was created by Markle through Archewell Productions, the company Markle and Harry set up at Netflix, has been dropped, according to a report from Deadline.
Pearl is the story about a 12-year-old girl who runs into a number of influential women throughout history, was reportedly still in the development stage.
According to insiders at Netflix, they told Deadline that some other projects in the “royal” couple’s agreement with Netflix may still eventually come to the small screen, including an upcoming documentary Heart of Invictus.
The Markels (sorry Harry) aren’t the only casualty of the bleeding Netflix has been suffering lately, with two other animated shows currently in development—Dino Daycare from executive producer Chris Nee, and an adventure series, Boons and Curses, as also reported by Breitbart.
Netflix has been rocked recently after reporting a loss of 200,000 subscribers during the first quarter, with an estimated 2 million more expected to abandon the streaming service in the next few months.
This comes on the heels of the country recovering from COVID and spending less time inside, however there are some who believe the service’s hard-left turn has alienated a number of people on the right.
For example, aside from featuring Harry and Markle, who have become something of lighting rods, the service also featured programs from Barack and Michele Obama, which led some to accuse Netflix of acting as a propaganda arm for the divisive Obamas, the New York Post reported.
As a result of people abandoning Netflix, shares of the company have nosedived, dropping over 40 percent, Breitbart said.
During a recent internal meeting, co-CEO Reed Hastings spoke of new austerity measures which would reign in the company’s spending spree over the past few years and instead will focus on “quality” over quantity. Breitbart notes that budgets on new shows will be cut as much as 25 percent.
“Well, it’s a bitch,” he said.
Netflix was slammed back in 2020 over a movie called “Cuties,” which critics criticized for its sexualizing of children, the New York Post reported at the time.
According to a description about the film, Netflix issued an edited version which read:
“Eleven-year-old Amy starts to rebel against her conservative family’s traditions when she becomes fascinated with a free- spirited dance crew.”
However, the original summary was much worse:
“Amy, 11, becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew. Hoping to join them, she starts to explore her femininity, defying her family’s traditions.”
Netflix reported at the time the changes were made to “ensure accuracy.” They later issued an apology after the backlash.
Over 30,000 people signed a petition demanding Netflix remove the film.
“The movie ‘Cuties’ shows children dressed provocatively, dancing sexually an dis rated only for adult viewers,” reads their post on Change.org. “It was created for the entertainment of adults who are pedophiles. Please sign the petition to protect our children from exploitation in movies.”
That was perhaps the beginning of the downfall of Netflix.
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LOS GATOS, CA- Richard Prior…George Carlin…hell, even Eddie Murphy. Comedians many Americans grew up listening to would not be able to survive in the woke 2020s.
In an age where everyone on the left is offended literally by everything, being a comedian has to be one of the hardest callings there is. You literally have to walk on eggshells.
Such is life currently for Dave Chappelle and by extension Netflix, which has come under fire due to Chappelle’s comments about the trans mafia during his comedy special, The Closer.
Now it’s being discovered that the person leading the charge in protesting Netflix and Chappelle, Ashlee Marie Preston, has an extensive history of writing bigoted tweets.
COMEDY: The protest accusing comedians of LGBT phobia, hate speech, & violence is led by Warren surrogate who threatened violence against an "ass fuck boy" "dick rider", banished "that faggot fucker", and bragged of performing actual violence on "this Asian bitches head". pic.twitter.com/DMHD1XAzKQ
— Matt Orfalea (@0rf) October 21, 2021
Social media detectives have uncovered a number of Preston’s tweets and have shared screenshots of them, which show exactly what kind of hypocrite she is. Please excuse language, as Preston made racist remarks against Asians and others. Also please excuse her apparent inability to speak coherent English.
Asian hoes act like they wont get karate chopped in they muthafukn throat. What is this hoe staring at. Mind ya beeswax. #Bitch.
Jus broke my phone on this Asian bitches head…I have Asian friends…but they some muthafukkn #weirdo sometimes [I Said It But We All Think It.]
How many bigoted things can 1 activist say in 3 mins? pic.twitter.com/2PbOzOPcwX
— Matt Orfalea (@0rf) October 23, 2021
Other screenshots show her tweets, including one where she called someone a “faggot fucker” and referring to people as “faggot cock suckers.”
That is thee last tiem I help that faggot fucker…he’s bringing ME problems Truman help him.
Got tha 9 on these muthafukerz…faggot cock suckers…leave em shook like jelly, in a jam…SMUKERZ.
Yet another tweet explains about “drunk” and “drugged up Asian bitches” being “a predator’s dream.”
I think this gurl overdosed I hope her homegurl don’t leave her wit them dudes…drunk drugged up Asian bitches are a predator’s dream.
— Matt Orfalea (@0rf) October 21, 2021
Remember, Twitter banned former President Trump and a number of other people for “fomenting violence,” yet this nut job is still allowed to post whatever she wants apparently.
There are also screenshots of her attacking Asians for poor driving skills.
Almost got hit by an Asian in a BMW as I crossed the street…yes I know what you mean, but the important thing is that we didn’t say it.
Another damn Asian almost hit me while crossin, what the fuck is it wit yall and damn vehicles? I have an idea…
“Mcdonalds on wilshire…eating my salad and protein wrap. Dis asian nigga keep lookin at me…”
“This Asian nigga in the subway, gotta fat ass…he almost looks like bitch from behind,” she tweeted.
“Us broke my phone on this Asian bitches head…I have Asian friends…but they sum muthafuckn #weirdo sometimes #saiditbutwasallthinkit,” she tweeted
All of this came after highly publicized AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) crimes across the country, which drew the attention of the Biden administration, resulting in a number of executive orders issued by Biden to fight AAPI hate.
Preston has also attacked Hispanics.
Latino and Asian businesses need 2 stop bein ride [sp] & fukn disrespectful & I kno its A LOT to as in CA but speak fukn English 2*. #yahisaidit”
Oh, and she also slurred a Latina female, calling her a “transvestite”:
This Chola has soooo much fukn makeup on she looks like a transvestite #lessisbest.”
More information about Preston? She formerly served as a campaign surrogate for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), when the tweets were first discovered during her presidential campaign in 2019.
“Elizabeth Warren Under Fire as Campaign Surrogate’s Racist, Homophobic Tweets Come to Light,” the headline in the October edition of Law and Crime read.
After the story was published, Preston responded by issuing a statement on Twitter, where she blamed drugs for her unhinged rants, claiming she was “strung out on drugs” and “tweeting from an impaired conscious,” whatever that means.
— Matt Orfalea (@0rf) October 21, 2021
“At the height of my meth addiction (8/9 years ago) I made a series of racially insensitive and homophobic tweets,” Preston wrote at the time. “I wasn’t out yet, and was dealing with internalized transphobia while homeless in a neighborhood where I felt culturally inferior.”
She added that the resurfacing of the tweets were politically motivated, however claimed to take “full responsibility for my actions and deeply apologize to those I’ve offended or hurt.”
Business Insider said in 2019 that “Preston’s old tweets display comments that are racist, homophobic, and misogynistic in nature,” Post Millennial reported.
“TheThingIhateMost…When Companies Have Reps In India & China Taking Calls For Them…I Never Understand Wtf They Are Saying,” in February 2012.
“What Do U Call A Chinese Drive By Shooting?? Cappucino,” she also wrote.
Preston is listed as a “Host/Media Personality & Social Entrepreneur on Instagram, and is a man pretending to be a woman, who has written for Bazaar and Forbes (hopefully in real English and not the hip hop Ebonics lingo she tweeted in). He/She is “dedicated to work elevating minorities [except for Asians, apparently] pointing out discrimination [except against Asian people, apparently], and LGBTQ+ [ABCDEF] issues.”
Last Wednesday, some Netflix employees walked off their jobs, claiming Chappelle’s comedy special was “transphobic.” In the old days, it would have been called “funny.”
The woke mob consisting of transgendered Netflix employees released demands of senior management, where they called for more “transgender and non-binary content” and more trans people in senior management levels.
Because clearly, all of America is calling for more “transgender and non-binary content.”
Preston was quoted last week as “a leading trans advocate” by Business Insider, who quoted her as saying outside Netflix headquarters:
“I think ultimately we’re up against a new emergency of the ‘hate economy,’ and there is this manipulation of algorithmic science that distorts the way we perceive ourselves and others. And I think companies like Netflix, Facebook, and Instagram, they play into it and they monetize it.”
Well, at least he/she has seemed to learn how to speak coherent English.
The Closer has caused a lot of heartburn for the woke, social justice warrior crowd, however based on audience scores from the television review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 96 percent positive rating.
It’s amusing really. The trans mafia claims they are a “marginalized” community, but anyone who in any way slights them is excoriated, shunned, and in Chappelle’s case, attempted to be canceled.
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For more on the radical “trans” mafia, we invite you to read a prior report we filed.
Harry Potter creator and author J.K. Rowling fired back at a Twitter user who threatened her with a “pipe bomb,” stating that since her critics can’t get her fired or have her career destroyed, the only place left to go is threats of assassination.
Yes, but now hundreds of trans activists have threatened to beat, rape, assassinate and bomb me I’ve realised that this movement poses no risk to women whatsoever. pic.twitter.com/qb1RrCFqy0
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) July 19, 2021
The 55-year-old author shared a screenshot of the now-deleted tweet as evidence of the hate mail she received since expressing her controversial opinions about gender last year. Reportedly, the message from Twitter user @queerqegaard stated:
“I wish you a very nice pipebomb in mailbox.”
In response, Rowling tweeted:
“To be fair, when you can’t get a woman sacked, arrested or dropped by her publisher, and cancelling her only made her book sales go up, there’s really only only place to go.”
The New York Post reported that Rowling, who also writes under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, explained why she received the threatening tweet in a reply, noting it stems from comments she made last year that were deemed transphobic by critics and advocacy groups.
“Hundreds of trans activists have threatened to beat, rape, assassinate and bomb me. I’ve realised that this movement poses no risk to women whatsoever.”
A transgender activist tweeted a meme falsely accusing Rowling of “ignoring porn tweeted at children.” The Twitter user was referring to the intrusion of trans and LGBTQ activists who reportedly invade Rowling’s twitter posts meant for children by inserting vile photos of porn that kids would be able to see on the threads.
Juan, I’ll give you a moment to think hard about leaving that up. I reported every bit of porn so-called trans allies tweeted into Twitter threads where children were sending me artwork for the Ickabog. I didn’t respond or retweet it because I didn’t want more kids to see it. 1/3
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) July 18, 2021
In her reply, Rowling noted that she didn’t merely ignore the attacks and always reported them to Twitter. In her second reply, she wrote:
“I’m not sure how these tactics – using porn as a weapon against women you dislike, not caring that children get caught in the crossfire and then misrepresenting what really happened – are supposed to help trans people.”
In a follow-up tweet to that, she wrote:
“Nor do I see how what you’ve done here helps correct the impression that the end game for you & your ilk is to intimidate women out of speaking up for our own rights, no matter how low you have to go to do it.”
J.K. Rowling exposes hypocritical intolerance of trans activists who threatened her with rape, death, pipebomb – TheBlaze https://t.co/MgIlsfarOu
— Lara Logan (@laralogan) July 21, 2021
Rowling has long-been a target of anti-free speech leftists in and our of Hollywood for her statements that transgenderism is a threat to women everywhere. Her strong stance on the issue has kept her in the crosshairs of cancel culture for several years.
Her tweets also come after her vocal opposition to transgender activism, which she has said is a way to “erode ‘woman’ as a political and biological class.” She tweeted:
“If sex isn’t real, the lived reality of women globally is erased.”
Many were reportedly taken back by her comments, some of whom dubbed them problematic and “transphobic.” In May, a Harry Potter-themed event at a New Zealand book festival was cancelled and stars in her films, including Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and Eddie Redmayne, have since spoken out against Rowling’s commentary.
Some fans even went as far as declaring her “dead,” sending #RIPJKRowling to the top of the Twitter trending charts in September 2020. While Rowling has been largely silent, some Twitter users condemned the violence spewed at the author over her opinions. One user wrote:
“I really, really cannot state how much I disagree with you on your opinions on this issue and how they hurt & sadden me deeply as a fan. HOWEVER, these ridiculous threats and calls for violence are disgusting. Trans activists – you don’t make yourselves look good this way!”
J.K. Rowling says she faces threats by 'hundreds' of trans activists amid controversy https://t.co/M40rd2GpeK
— John Applegate (@JohnApp63499667) July 21, 2021
Others, however, said Rowling should refrain from posting “harmful rhetoric” on the first place. One user wrote:
“Maybe (here me our here), if you use your massive platform to post harmful rhetoric about marginalised people, some of those people getting very upset with you and DMing you reprehensible (expletive)…isn’t actually that weird? Maybe it’s kind of expected, actually?”
The Fantastic Beasts author has not only decried irreversible transgender surgeries, but she also defended the idea that biological sex is fixed and is not a societal construct.
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