“PAW Patrol” would like to know that it is not in the dog house.
The hit children’s animated film about the rescue lessons that protect their neighborhood became clear on Friday that it was not actually canceled after White House spokeswoman Kaylee McEnnany said she was another victim of the liberal “culture of abolition.”
“No need to worry. PAW Patrol has not been canceled,” said Nickelodeon Jr. from his official account.
Earlier in the day, McKennon presented the show as an example of a shortage of Democrats in their criticism of police in light of the assassination of George Floyd.
“[President Trump] it is also horrified by the abolition of culture and the abolition of culture, especially as it concerns the cops, “Makeni told reporters at a briefing on Friday.
A few weeks ago we saw “PAW Patrol”
“It’s really a pity,” she added.
PAW Patrol came under the spotlight in early June when it tweeted on Blackout Tuesday that it would refrain from publishing content to amplify black voices.
Many social media users joked that they were attacking Chase, a caricature of a German police shepherd.
“DEFUND CHASE,” one user wrote in response to the message.
But episodes of PAW Patrol are still rolling on television – the show will occupy a two-hour morning block on Nickelodeon this Sunday.
The deadline announced earlier this year that the show had resumed in February for another season. The kids are also scheduled to make their big screen debut next year with “PAW Patrol: The Movie”.