Matt Schlapp said PBS was "insane" after its show "Sesame Street" announced the addition of Ji-Young, a 7-year-old Korean American girl.
I feel like I live in an episode of the Twilight Zone. So Matt Schlapp is upset about a Korean-American muppet, but is okay with Hyundai, a Korean company, owning Boston Dynamics. Not that there is anything wrong with that. When America goes down the toilet, it will be the Asian countries that will come to our aide. But let's get all bothered about a muppet!!!
They never miss a trick to defund PBS but the public also won't support it. That's why they, and NPR, have commercials now (controlled but still commercials). Democrats never respond by reminding citizens why we partially fund PBS, or NPR, so such calls should be a moment to do that. The poor, who generally can't spare money for newspapers or technology, should still have access to news since they can still vote (if they have an address). I think Con's should have to prove where PBS is being partial or partisan. Personally I don't see it.