At the end of Friday’s press briefing, McEnany claimed that PAW Patrol “was canceled”. And she also described how President Donald Trump’s stance against cancel culture.
“We saw a few weeks ago that ‘PAW Patrol,’ a cartoon show about cops, was canceled,” she said. “The show ‘Cops’ was canceled. ‘Live PD’ was canceled. LEGO halted the sales of their LEGO City Police Station.”
The calls for the removal of police funding to end racist violence have never been louder, and Hollywood has had to adjust quickly. Not only were actors accused of racially discriminatory remarks fired, dissenting journalists forced to resign, but even the classic film “Gone with the Wind” was temporarily dropped by HBO for glorifying the Confederacy, but many of the programs involving the police were canceled or suspended.
PAW Patrol is Not Canceled
However, the show’s official account tweeted a couple of hours after McEnany made the statement during a White House briefing said: “No need to worry. PAW Patrol is not canceled.”
No need to worry. PAW Patrol is not canceled. 🐶
— PAW Patrol (@pawpatrol) July 24, 2020
The show was renewed for an eighth season earlier this year, and a “PAW Patrol” movie is due out in 2021. And LEGO still sells its police station on its website.