Oreo Launches New Woke Ad, But What Does LGBTQ Have To Do With Eating Cookies? (VIDEO)



Woke corporations in conjunction with the Brandon administration are doubling down on their effort to propagandize the public, particularly children, with a transhumanist agenda.

Last week, Brandon commemorated “Transgender Day of Visibility” at the White House by scolding parents who refuse to encourage their children to select their gender.

Hours later, a transgender winner of Jeopardy r Jeopardy champion Amy Schneider reinforced the push to normalize transgenderism among children at a White House press briefing.

Transgender Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine followed suit, declaring himself a “role model” for “trans kids.”

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After transgender biological male swimmer William “Lia” Thomas became the NCAA champion in the women’s 500 freestyle last month, NBC photoshopped images of him to make him manipulated to appear more feminine.

Disney is under fire for its promotion of LBGT in its programs for children. Executives who run the entertainment giant vowed last week to implement more inclusivity by making the LGBTQ community account for at least 50 percent of its regular characters by the end of the year.

Now, Oreo Cookie is capitalizing on the oversexualized “woke” programming. 

Oreo just launched a new campaign ad reminding you to reflect on your sexuality while eating the cookies.

“Coming out doesn’t happen just once,” the Oreo cautioned in a tweet. “It’s a journey that needs love and courage every step of the way.”

The ad features a young Asian sitting at a kitchen table with his sister and parents as he prepares to tell his grandmother and extended family about his sexual orientation.

“I think you’re ready,” his mother tells him as he anxiously awaits his grandmother’s visit.

Nervous before the announcement, his sister eats an Oreo before running away from the table.

The ad is sponsored PFLAG, a non-profit that champions itself as “the United States’ first and largest organization uniting parents, families, and allies with people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer.”

Corporations including Verizon, Walmart, and Hallmark are listed on the PFLAG website as its partners.

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