Julie Vickerman is the writer and storyboard artist for the Netflix show “Twelve Forever,” a story about a 12-year-old girl who doesn’t want to grow up.

Perhaps the far-left Obama-dominated network, Netflix should perform background checks on writers who they hire to push messages to kids on their network.

Extremely disturbing comments made by Netflix’s “Twelve Forever” writer and storyboard artist have recently been uncovered, and posted on social media for everyone to see. If these excerpts from a blog written by Julia Vickerman are legitimate, it would appear that there’s more to the whole not wanting to grow up thing than meets the eye.

Here are just a few of the excerpts that are being shared on social media from a 2010 blog when Vickerman was allegedly 25-years-old.

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The Netflix kids show creator added the hashtag #Pedophile to her blog post. 

Rocket Scientist Devon Stack also tweeted some disturbing tweets posted by the Netflix kids show writer.


This Twitter user also posted examples of Vickerman’s blog post, saying: apparently the creator of the netflix show “twelve forever” lusts after underaged boys and even tagged one of her own posts with the hashtag ‘pedophile’ very cool very normal

You probably never cared about the major players behind Netflix, or worried about whether or not they had a political agenda. You just paid your monthly bills, and it likely never crossed your mind, where your hard-earned money was going. Neither did we, until they announced a major deal with the Obama’s and we started digging to find out why Netflix would promote the most anti-President Trump couple in America to their subscribers.

Heres’ what we found out…

In March 2018, Netflix announced Susan Rice, Obama’s former national security advisor, and UN ambassador was joining Netflix’s board of directors. Susan Rice is one of the most controversial players in Obama’s former regime. She’s the person behind the controversial unmasking of Trump aides during his transistion period.  She’s also the person who Obama’s White House tasked with hitting the morning show circuit following the Benghazi terror attack that killed four Americans. Rice intentionally lied to the media about a video that caused the attack. The creator of the video was jailed. Hillary’s recovered emails later revealed that the Obama regime knew all along the video had nothing to do with the attack.

In May 2018, Netflix announced that they had penned a much-anticipated, multi-year deal with Barack and Michelle Obama, the two most divisive people to ever occupy the White House.

Reed Hastings is the co-founder and CEO of Netflix. In 2013, gave a whopping  $88,900 to Obama’s reelection campaign. Prior to President Trump’s landslide victory over Hillary Clinton, Reed, who endorsed Hillary, claimed that Donald Trump “would destroy much of what is great about America. Apparently, Reed didn’t have much influence with American voters, as he attempted to rally them to vote for Hillary by telling voters, “Hillary Clinton is the strong leader we need, and it’s important that Trump lose by a landslide to reject what he stands for.”

Netflix (NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings said in a statement that Rice “has tackled difficult, complex global issues with intelligence, integrity, and insight.” Rice said she is “thrilled” to join the board, and described Netflix as a “cutting-edge company.”

Ted Sarandos is Netflix’s chief content officer. His ownership of 497,699 shares makes him the third-largest individual shareholder in the company.  In 2012, Ted Sarandos and his wife Nicole Avant, Obama’s former Ambassador to the Bahamas, threw a party at their home, where they raised half a MILLION dollars in one night for Barack Obama’s reelection campaign. a notable contributor to the bundler couple’s party included accused rapist and serial sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.

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