Last week, the Huffington Post went all Huffington Post and bemoaned the Christmas classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” as “seriously problematic,” allegedly perpetuating bigotry, sexism, and discrimination.
As one can imagine, sane people from all walks of life were pretty flabbergasted and frankly annoyed with the needless complaining from the Social Justice far-Left. This includes actress Corrine Conley, who voiced the doll in the original 1964 children’s movie.
Conley basically told TMZ that critics, whom she likened to “Scrooge,” clearly did not fully watch or understand the movie.
“Certainly in ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Red Deer’ everyone is reconciled happily at the end of the movie,” she said. “And let’s hope in today’s society the things people are bullying about can also be rectified.”
“I just can’t imagine it affecting anyone in a negative way. They must be like Scrooge,” Conley continued. “Tell them to watch ‘Scrooge.'”
Throughout her life, Conley said she’s encountered scores of people who become overwhelmed with emotion when they find out she voiced the doll on the classic, telling her how much the movie meant to them.
As noted by The Daily Wire last week, the Huffington Post’s outrageous video excoriating the classic film as problematic was titled “Rudolph, The Marginalized Reindeer”:
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