Is former President Barack Obama about to engage in open sedition against the lawfully elected President in the form of a Netflix show?
It certainly appears so when “Bath House Barry” Obama and former first husband Michelle “Mike” Obama have acquired the rights to adapt Michael Lewis’ book The Fifth Risk as part of their overall deal with Netflix, Deadline reported Wednesday.
Lewis’ book describes the disorder within the Department of Agriculture, Department of Energy, and Department of Commerce that took place during the transition between the Obama’s to the Trump administration as President Trump cleaned up the disaster created by the Obama regime.
Attempting to undermine the presidency, the book state that many of the new president’s appointees were completely unprepared for their jobs and some roles weren’t filled at all. Of course the reason they weren’t filled, is because the positions were unnecessary government bloat.
Deadline reports that the possible series adaptation would be intended to “help people better understand the inner workings of the government.”
Netflix in May announced a multi-year deal in which the Obamas would produce shows for the streaming platform.
At the time, The New York Times reported that Obama did not intend to “wage a public campaign against his successor” with these shows, so either The Fifth Risk won’t be as much of a takedown of President Trump as one might initially think, or Obama has changed his mind and decided that a campaign of open sedition against Trump might not be such a bad idea after all.
Recently, Netflix released a brief preview for a Cultural Marxist, cross-dressing themed superhero cartoon intended to indoctrinate children to become Sodomites. It will debut later this year on the fading streaming platform, Lifesite reports.
As if hiring Susan “Benghazi” Rice, Bath House Barry, and his husband Mike Obama wasn’t enough to send customers to the CANCEL ACCOUNT option, Netflix appears to be hell-bent on chasing away customers as fast as they can come up with new ideas to do so.
“During the day, they work in a department store and deal with their uptight bitchy boss,” reads the official synopsis for “Super Drags,” the upcoming show. “By night, they tighten up their corsets and transform into the baddest SUPER DRAGS in town, ready to combat shade and rescue the world’s glitter from the evil villains. Get ready, because the SUPER DRAGS are going deeper than you think.”
They're here, they're queer, and they're going to save the world. Super Drags, a new animated series coming soon. pic.twitter.com/CscVyanB6B
— Netflix US (@netflix) June 7, 2018
That reminds me. I need to cancel my account after you hired Susan "Benghazi" Rice, Bath House Barry, and his husband, Mike. pic.twitter.com/HjwO3fxqZw
— overpasses4America (@o4america) June 12, 2018
The 38-second trailer (content advisory for suggestive imagery) offers few details, but depicts the stylized lead characters suiting up, with the camera focusing on their chests and behinds. The only dialogue is a decidedly-male “huh?” coming from a character in a green dress, blonde wig, and heavy eyeliner and lipstick.
The five-episode series is the brainchild of Anderson Mahanski, Fernando Mendonça, and Paulo Lescaut of Brazilian animation studio Combo Studios, the Brazilian website CosmoNerd reports.
“We are thrilled that our first Brazilian animation will present our audiences with the daring, scandalous and fabulous world of Super Drags!” Netflix director of original international content Chris Sanagustin said according to Animation Magazine. “Netflix is fortunate to invest in great animation talent from Brazil, bringing the vibrant trait of Combo and the acidic mood of our producers to the beautiful and the canvases from every corner.”
“Thanks to Netflix we can take the Brazilian animation and mainly the LGBTQ representativeness to the 190 countries that have access to the service,” the show’s executive producer Marcelo Pereira added.
Pro-LGBT Sodomite advocates are embracing the child brainwashing cartoon.
“Our bodies are ready” for “Super Drags,” Pride.com’s Taylor Henderson writes. “I am SHAKING,” PopSugar’s Ryan Roschke declares. The trailer “does not give much away,” Nick Duffy of PinkNews says, “but we are hyped.”
The show “looks to combine everything we love in this world,” SyFy channel blogger Courtney Enlow writes. “This is truly a perfect gift to kick off Pride month.”
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
November 2nd, 2018