All of these woke companies have a terrible habit of ruining things that we once loved when we were younger.
A couple things that come to mind immediately are how they tried to cancel the song "Baby It's Cold Outside". This song is a classic Christmas song and liberals decided to start hating it because they think that it pushed a date rate type of message.
Or Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer...the classic one...the good one. Leftists didn't like that there were bullying scenes in the classic, so they wanted to ruin that also and take it off of the air.
Now, I agree that shows and songs would be better off without these messages in them, but that was a different time back them and it's so incredibly simple to explain to your kids why it's not appropriate to behave in a certain manner.
Too often they take old shows and revive them only to make them completely distasteful and filled with liberal propaganda.
One show that comes to mind is Roseanne and how they turned it into the Conners after they found out that she was a liberal and tweeted something that they didn't like. They just flat out killed her off and renamed the show "The Conners".
But they've really taken thing too far this time. They've ruined our beloved Scooby Doo.
“Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!” was just released to Prime Video on Tuesday and just as quickly, fans started circulating the scene when Velma encounters Coco Diablo, a female character who is described as, “the head of the notorious costume crime syndicate that colludes The Black Knight, Space Kook and the Ghost Diver.”
Velma, who has always been rumored as gay among fans, has an extreme reaction in the clip that indicates she’s attracted to Coco. Later in the episode, Velma is depicted ogling Diablo in the back of a car. The crush is confirmed when Daphne jokes, “I didn’t know convicted felons were your type.”
OMG LESBIAN VELMA FINALLY CANON CANON IN THE MOVIES LETS GOOOOOO pic.twitter.com/0ilx2uid1q
— Trin 🎃 (@MythicalLlamaXO) October 3, 2022
Yeah. It's pretty clear now that they've made Velma a lesbian. And why? Why was it so important to the plot of the show to make her in any kind of relationship or advertise her sexuality to begin with? The show would do just fine without it. It did for many years.