Daily Wire’s New Animated Show ‘Chip Chilla’ Aims To Rival ‘Woke’ Cartoons

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After doing his best to make sure everyone in attendance was properly frightened, he issued a challenge and a plea for money:
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After screening the clip, Boreing explained to the audience at Thursday’s platform launch why The Daily Wire is getting into kids and family content:

We have to challenge the “left” every single place that it lives. You have to help us. You can wait and subscribe when the content is there. I would ask you to subscribe today at Daily Wire+ and help us actually bring this content to life.

Why does it matter? It matters because kids go to school for 40 hours a week and then they engage in pop culture for 40 more hours every week. That means for 80 hours of a child’s week, you are turning them over to the left. And good parents might spend 15 minutes a day in meaningful conversation with their kids. A great parent might take their kid to church for one hour, or two hours, or three hours a week. The other 80, they’re watching Disney, they’re online, they’re in public schools.

During the launch, Boreing shared a brief teaser for the streamer’s first animated series Chip Chilla. The show’s official synopsis reads “Chip Chilla is a comedic, pre-school series celebrating the day-to-day lessons of Chip and his homeschooling family of energetic Chinchillas.”

DailyWire+, the new streaming platform run by conservative media company The Daily Wire, shared a teaser for its first original animated project during a presentation on Wednesday.

In March, the company announced it would invest 0 million in kids’ content for the DailyWire+ streaming platform, to rival the output of “woke” media companies who, according to company co-CEO Jeremy Boreing, hate their audiences.