We’re Gay!! Bert and Ernie are coming out of the closet on Sesame Street

Unfortunately, you read that right. Bert and Ernie are now being portrayed as gay. What in the hell is going on here? What are these liberals doing to our children’s favorite television shows and their characters? Do they all need to be gay now?

Liberal owned television makes another move to indoctrinate our children with yes, more Liberalism. What’s next Batman and Robin? Gilligan and the Skipper? It seems Liberals are now forcing your children to learn about the gay lifestyle by having drag queens’ read to and entertain them in our schools and in our libraries whether you approve or not.

TMZ reports: Bert and Ernie are finally out … a “Sesame Street” writer is confirming the iconic characters are a gay couple. 

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Bert and Ernie have been on the show since it started in 1969, and there’s always been speculation about the true nature of their relationship. Mark Saltzman, who joined the “Sesame Street” crew in 1984, cleared it all up by telling Queerty he wrote Bert and Ernie as a gay couple.

He says the ‘Sesame’ duo is a reflection of his own same-sex relationship and not about pushing an agenda. 

Obviously, this video below is a funny parody but oddly, seemed fitting.

Sadly, if two guys hang out, they just can’t be friends anymore… they must be gay!

Many folks feel that liberal owned media outlets and television are ruining what our children watch. It’s hard to keep an eye on what they are going to do next.

TMZ continues: Mark says he based Bert and Ernie on his relationship with film editor Arnold Glassman — Mark was Ernie and Arnold was Bert. 

Of course, Bert and Ernie have shared a basement apartment at 123 Sesame Street for the last 49 years … although they’ve always slept in separate beds. Still, their chemistry — while playfully arguing and bickering — was always palpable.  

Mark’s revelation might be more of a formality — the fact is, Bert and Ernie are longtime gay icons for many in the LGBT community. 

CNN anchor, Anderson Cooper.

Anderson Cooper probably loves the idea!

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