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Scooby Doo’s Velma Is Now A Lesbian


The far left will propagandize everything you have ever known until it’s almost unrecognizable.

Velma the Scooby Doo character that is known for her orange turtle neck and intelligence has now been rebranded as a lesbian.

The Scooby-Doo universe has officially rebranded Velma as a lesbian in order to offer more diversity to the children’s mystery-solving show.

James Gunn the filmmaker who is behind the change previously has allegedly tweeted out pro-pedophile tweets.

The National File dropped these details:

Velma, a character from the children’s-oriented “Scooby-Doo” brand, is now a lesbian in the Scooby-Doo universe, expressing attraction toward a female character. The latest HBO Max film “Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!” depicts Velma as a homosexual.

Reportedly, the Hollywood filmmaker James Gunn wanted to portray Velma as a lesbian in the Scooby-Doo movies that he wrote, years before Gunn faced scandal for his pro-pedophile tweets.

HBO Max previously aired an animated series featuring Seth Rogen and Sarah Silverman that disgraced the Christmas holiday with vulgar anti-White racism. As long as Hollywood feels the need to propagandize their hateful ideology, consumers have the right not to watch it and not to pay for it.

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The Washington Post had more details to report:

In just 13 seconds, a viral clip from the latest “Scooby Doo” movie, released on streaming services this week, settled decades of speculation and fan debates. Velma Dinkley is gay — undoubtedly, unambiguously gay.

The scene, clipped from “Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!” and shared on Twitter Monday night, starts with Velma as we’ve always seen her: the short brunette bob and bangs; the black, rectangular glasses; that iconic bulky orange turtleneck and maroon pleated skirt. She strides past her fellow sleuths, Daphne Blake and Fred Jones, a box of Scooby snacks in hand to give to the eponymous Great Dane.

But mid-sentence, she trails off.

A lush orchestral arrangement starts playing. A series of captions pops up on the screen, highlighting different features of the woman standing in front of her, the costume-designing crime boss Coco Diablo: “Obviously brilliant!” Incredible glasses!” “Amazing turtleneck!” “Loves animals!”


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