Despite White House President Donald Trump‘s Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s requests to the converse, Paw Patrol, the Nickelodeon program confirmed it was still on the air. Let’s move further to know more.
PAW Patrol is Back
It is a cartoon show about rescue dogs who guard their society, clarified on Friday, July 24, 2020, that it had not been canceled after White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany claimed it had been as an effect of “cancel culture.
No need to worry. PAW Patrol isn’t canceled. The show’s official account tweeted a couple of hours after McEnany announced during a White House briefing.
The press secretary requested the Nickelodeon Jr. cartoon that stars a police dog, a firefighter dog, and a pilot dog. She addressed President Trump’s dedication to law execution within the face of protests against racial inequality and judgment of the use of federal agents to meddle in cities like Portland, Ore.
Trump is eager to see the violence at the end of our streets, McEnany said, and has offered financial resources for law execution in Chicago to assist combat a current spike in violent crime.
Further, he is also shocked by cancel culture and cancel culture, especially as it concerns to cops, she continued. We saw a few weeks ago that a cartoon show about cops was canceled. The play ‘Cops’ was canceled. ‘Live PD’ was canceled. LEGO stopped the sales of their LEGO city police station.
Therefore, “Cops” and “Live PD” were canceled beginning this year between national protests against police cruelty.
But LEGO still sells its police station on its website, and the show remains on the air. So, the program was renewed for a Season 8 earlier this year. A ‘PAW Patrol’ film is due out in 2021.