July 3, 2013
KKK Kids Show Was A Real Thing And Totally Creepy

Did you know there was once a KKK kids show? The series was hosted by Andrew Pendergraft, the grandson of modern-day Ku Klux Klan national director Thomas Robb.

As a young boy, Pendergraft filmed several short episodes of his own amateur talk show titled The Andrew Show. In the series, the young racist talks about Klan ideology while calling the series a "show for white kids."

Andrew Pendergraft was 9 or 10 years old at the time of filming in 2009, and, in his segments, he warns against race-mixing and other KKK ideologies.

In the third episode of the KKK kids show, Andrew and his co-host Alex talk about Disney's first African-American princess in The Princess and the Frog:

"The princess is a black, so that is good for all the black kids out there. But the prince is white. It is all about how race-mixing is good. But race-mixing is wrong."
Pendergraft then says the film's characters depict "voodoo doctors [who] worship the devil." Pendergraft then goes on to claim that thankfully white people taught them [Blacks] about God."

The episodes appear to have been filmed around 2009, and The Andrew Show was eventually linked to various websites including ThomasRobb.com, KKK.com, and ChristianIdentityChurch.net. All of those websites feature crudely produced shows that push the KKK agenda against race mixing and other beliefs.

Here is episode three of The Andrew Show in which Disney's Princess and the Frog is discussed:

Episode three was updated on August 24, 2012 and has received just 3,220 views alongside six thumbs up votes and 67 thumbs down votes.

Do you think the KKK kids show is creepy?