Backlash Against Disney Follows Tim Allen’s The Santa Clauses, In Which Children Spell Out “We Love You, Satan” 

Backlash Against Disney Follows Tim Allen's The Santa Clauses, In Which Children Spell Out "We Love You, Satan" 
Backlash Against Disney Follows Tim Allen's The Santa Clauses, In Which Children Spell Out "We Love You, Satan" 

Backlash against Disney follows Tim Allen’s The Santa Clause, in which children spell out “We Love You, Satan.”

Disney recently came under fire for making a reference to Satan in the Tim Allen-starring new Disney+ series The Santa Clauses.

A scene in the third episode of the program where a bunch of elves create the words “We love you, Santa” accidentally spells out “We love you, Satan” has drawn criticism from country music star John Rich.

Disney has a new kids’ program. Remember that this made it through editing and into the finished product. On November 28, country musician John Rich tweeted.

Allen’s portrayal of Santa corrects the elves’ spelling error and tells them to revise their message without delay. Santa applauds the elves once they correct their error.

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Backlash Against Disney Follows Tim Allen’s The Santa Clauses, In Which Children Spell Out “We Love You, Satan” 

According to CBN News, the scene sparked outrage and debate online, in which some accused Disney of pushing a “We love Satan” message to its viewers. Politifact, however, rated that claim false, noting that outraged viewers misunderstood the scene.

“In context that’s missing from both the blog and Instagram post, this is clearly a joke,” the outlet wrote.

The Christmas show has been the center of much controversy. The show first received backlash after Allen’s character, Scott Calvin or Santa Claus, proclaimed that he was upset because “Saying Merry Christmas to all has suddenly become problematic!”

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In reaction to the uproar, filmmaker Scott Weinberg tweeted, “It just struck me as a very bizarre thing to include in a kid’s series.” “It’s not just some random campaign: “[Someone] wants to stop us from saying Merry Christmas!” It’s a covert campaign to demonize everyone who doesn’t observe this festival. “In a mature film, I would simply groan and ignore it.”

One Twitter user who identified himself as a professional Santa objected to the sentence being used in the program.

“As a professional Santa, I know that’s bull. Biggest problem is [right-wing] pundits claiming things like ‘Merry Christmas,’ decorations, and songs are being banned,” he wrote. “I spend a chunk of my time as a Santa calming down old folks who believe Christmas is being taken from them. It’s cruel.”

The fourth The Santa Clause movie, in which Allen plays Santa, is now available on Disney+. It is the sequel to the first three movies.

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Allen revealed that there will be a religious emphasis on Christmas in the performance, as Christian Headlines had previously reported.

“The original version of it featured numerous supernatural beings, ghosts, and goblins. No, I argued, it’s Christmas. Christmas is here. “Exactly speaking, it is a religious holiday,” Allen said in a recent interview with The Wrap. “No trumpets need be blown, but I do want you to recognize it.” This is all about that. “You must go back in time to the history of religion if you want to understand Santa Claus.”

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