NRA shows characters from & # 039; Thomas and Friends & # 039; as members of the KKK as it shows plans for diversity

During a Friday episode of NRA TV's online program "Relentless", Dana Loesch shared a photo of three trains in KKK hoodies on a burning train track.

The spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association, Dana Loesch, decided to criticize the children's program "Thomas & Friends" for the plans to introduce more "different" trains, by representing the talking locomotives in the KKK bells.

During a Friday episode of NRA TV's online show "Relentless", Loesch expressed his disdain after the popular show that aired in 160 countries around the world and announced that he planned to offer more female and international trains at association with the United Nations.

"They have decided that the next stop is Virtue Town," said the conservative discontent during the segment.

During a Friday episode of NRA TV's online program "Relentless", Dana Loesch shared a photo of three trains in KKK hoodies on a burning train track.

During a Friday episode of NRA TV's online program "Relentless", Dana Loesch shared a photo of three trains in KKK hoodies on a burning train track.

Most of Loesch's fury was directed towards the introduction of Nia, a Kenyan steam engine.

"That's where I really find it strange," Loesch said.

& # 39; Should I understand all this time that Thomas and his trains were white? Because everyone has gray faces. How do you bring ethnic diversity? I mean they had to paint what I suppose they thought was a kind of African pattern on the side of Nia's engine.

Most of Loesch's fury was directed towards the introduction of Nia, a Kenyan steam engine.

Most of Loesch's fury was directed towards the introduction of Nia, a Kenyan steam engine.

Most of Loesch's fury was directed towards the introduction of Nia, a Kenyan steam engine.

She said: I must understand all this time that Thomas and his trains were white? Because everyone has gray faces. How do you bring ethnic diversity? I mean they had to paint what I guess they thought was a kind of African pattern on the side of Nia's engine?

She said: I must understand all this time that Thomas and his trains were white? Because everyone has gray faces. How do you bring ethnic diversity? I mean they had to paint what I guess they thought was a kind of African pattern on the side of Nia's engine?

She said: I must understand all this time that Thomas and his trains were white? Because everyone has gray faces. How do you bring ethnic diversity? I mean they had to paint what I guess they thought was a kind of African pattern on the side of Nia's engine?

Soon images appear on the screen of three trains with hoods while the tracks catch fire.

Loesch then added sarcastically: "Thomas the Tank Engine has been a plague in race relations for far too long. Clearly, this is delayed. & # 39;

On Friday, Mattel announced that & # 39; Thomas & Friends & # 39; It would incorporate more diverse people from all over the world in association with the UN and its Sustainable Development Goals.

Thomas will visit places like China, India, Australia and more, reports USA Today.

On Friday, Mattel announced that & # 39; Thomas & Friends & # 39; would incorporate more diverse people from all over the world in a partnership with the UN and its Sustainable Development Goals.

On Friday, Mattel announced that & # 39; Thomas & Friends & # 39; would incorporate more diverse people from all over the world in a partnership with the UN and its Sustainable Development Goals.

On Friday, Mattel announced that & # 39; Thomas & Friends & # 39; would incorporate more diverse people from all over the world in a partnership with the UN and its Sustainable Development Goals.

It will be the first time that the famous locomotive leaves its fictional home, Sodor, for the first time.

"This change will deepen the brand's commitment to girls who represent more than 40% of the audience in the series and will provide a strong message of gender equality to the young audience," Mattel said in a statement.

Many in social networks had problems with the representation of images. Others shared articles from The New Yorker and The Guardian that give a deeper look at some of the most questionable issues on the show.

Several critics asked why the National Rifle Association was even commenting on a television program for children that was not about guns.

Many in social networks had problems with the representation of images

Many in social networks had problems with the representation of images

Many in social networks had problems with the representation of images

Several critics asked why the National Rifle Association was even commenting on a television program for children that was not about guns

Several critics asked why the National Rifle Association was even commenting on a television program for children that was not about guns

Several critics asked why the National Rifle Association was even commenting on a television program for children that was not about guns

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