Rick and Morty: pro-Trump conspirators
TV series 2020-08-28 19:58:30
Right-wing American conspiracyists in the movement known as QAnon are joining forces to ban the Rick and Morty series from the small screen . The latter have indeed resurfaced a very controversial video, produced by the creator of the show Dan Harmon.
"style = " max- height : 400px; max-width: 99%; "> Credit: Adult Swim The video in question, titled " Daryl , was supposed to be a parody of the Showtime Dexter series. The rather tacky content, however, shocked audiences a lot when it was released in 2009. The footage did indeed show Harmon s" introduce into a room and simulate a sexual act with a small doll lying on a sofa. In 2018, almost ten years after its release and its removal from the web, the video was talked about again on social networks. Many Internet users denounced the pedophile nature of the sequence and already asked for the cancellation of Rick and Morty. At the time, the creatorThe creator of the series had apologized, and admitted his error in judgment. “No one should ever have to see what you saw and for that, I sincerely apologize. , he sa id at the time. A far-right movement is targeting Rick and Morty But two years later, the video is again targeted on social networks. Among Dan Harmon"s fiercest critics are many followers of the QAnon movement. This conspiracy theory supports the idea that all influential people in the world, especially Democrats , are pedophile criminals. This movement affiliated with the far right and white supremacism also defends that re-electing Donald Trump is the only way to bring down this network of corrupt politicians. On Twitter, adherents of this theory continue to denounce Dan Harmon"s video, using #SaveTheChildren. Many internet users, notaware of the link between this hashtag and the far-right organization, widely distributed the tweets. The Adult Swim channel, which has always condemned the video while continuing to support its author, did not react to the return of this controversy. Rick & Morty: we explain the very end of season 4