Star Trek un-boldly goes ‘woke,’ with crew attacking ICE agents, freeing bus of illegal immigrants

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Recent episodes of the Paramount+ series “Star Trek: Picard” contain extreme anti-American propaganda, including attacks on the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance, attacks on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and attacks on America as a whole.

It appears that, for all intents and purposes, “Star Trek” has chosen to un-boldly go where every establishment entity has gone before, which is to say it’s gone “woke.”

The anti-American propaganda begins in episode four of season two, when the crew of “The Watcher” travel to 2024 to save humanity, according to NewsBusters.

Save humanity from what — racial essentialism, radical transgender ideology, authoritarian political leaders, pseudohistory, pseudoscience? It’s not clear.

Watch some of the episode below:

While in 2024, Capt. Cristobal Rios, a Hispanic man, becomes separated from the crew and sustains an injury. Because of his lack of contemporary identification (he’s from the future, after all), he’s sent to a medical facility for illegal aliens. While he receives treatment, ICE agents raid the facility.

“Caught up in an ICE raid on the clinic, Rios is detained and brought to a detention facility to await processing and deportation,” according to NewsBusters.

Meanwhile, fellow crewmates Seven of Nine and Raffi Musiker manage to track Rios’ movements to the medical facility, where a nurse proceeds to smear ICE.

“Yeah, he was here. The doctor patched him up before ICE officers raided us. … You know, those *ssholes. But your friend, I hope you find him soon before ICE makes sure you never do,” the nurse says.

And so the show smears ICE agents as “*ssholes” and suggests ICE does something sinister to detained illegal aliens. In real life, these allegedly sinister actions include feeding, clothing, housing and even teaching them.

The crewmates then head to a nearby police station and confront an officer, telling her, “You can’t just kidnap people!”

A man sitting in the lobby overhears them and pulls them aside to warn them that they must find Capt. Rio before “he’s transferred, gone, no trial, no paper trail.”

FYI, in the real world, the only illegal aliens who disappear are those who abscond from justice by purposefully skipping their immigration hearings so that they may quietly melt away into the U.S. population.

The episode abruptly pivots to showing Capt. Rios inside an ICE detention facility, where upon seeing a sign displaying the Pledge of Allegiance, he accuses ICE of forcing illegal aliens to pledge allegiance to the United States.

“I pledge allegiance to the flag? They make you swear allegiance? That is hard core,” he says.

Rios is then seen confronting an ICE officer.

“What the hell is wrong with you guys? Slap on a badge, put on a uniform, you think you can treat people this way?” he says, after which the officer tases him.

The episode continues by returning to Seven of Nine and Raffi, both of whom are seen accusing ICE of “disappearing” Rios.

Again, in real life illegal aliens receive extraordinarily fair treatment in the United States. In some other countries, they face literal death:

The next episode is reportedly even worse.

“In the following episode, Fly Me To the Moon, Seven and Raffi manage to track down the Homeland Security bus that Rios has been placed on. They disable it, prompting Rios, with the help of fellow detainee Pedro, to beat up the ICE agents on board,” according to NewsBusters.

“Raffi, Seven, and Rios then proceed to free the whole bus of illegal immigrants, of course without any knowledge of whether any of them were guilty of violent crimes. Rios even congratulates Pedro on landing a ‘good hit’ on one of the now-unconscious ICE agents.”

The episode also shows the program’s main character, Capt. Jean-Luc Picard, imploring an alien living secretly on Earth to “be patient” because “humankind will change.” In response, the alien, who’s apparently black, launches into a Black Lives Matter-themed, victimhood-drenched rant about so-called privilege.

“You who has the luxury of patience here? Someone who looks like you and not like me. This world had more potential than I had ever imagined. But the hatred here, it never ends, it just swaps clothes. This century, it took off a hood and put on a suit,” the alien says.


In fairness to the show, the character’s rant coincides perfectly with the rantings and ravings of real-life racial activists on the radical far-left.

Nevertheless, these recent episodes suggest that, like virtually every other entity and institution in America, the legendary series “Star Trek” has gone “woke.”

And indeed, a recent episode of the separate show “Star Trek: Discovery” even featured far-left politician Stacey Abrams as the president of “United Earth.”

In real life, Abrams is a failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate who’s used phony cries of victimhood to amass a fortune …


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