Former White House aide and Breitbart editor Sebastian GorkaSebastian Lukacs GorkaNikki Haley responds to Gorka: 'I did' tell Trump of concerns about Kelly and Tillerson Jeff Sessions calling Alabama lawmakers about 2020 Senate bid Trump attacks Sessions: A 'total disaster' and 'an embarrassment to the great state of Alabama' MORE blasted the animated PBS series “Arthur” after it featured a wedding between two male characters, calling it “a war for our culture.”

“Did you have any questions about there being a culture war, ladies and gentlemen? Did you have any doubt in your mind? This is a war for our culture,” Gorka said during his radio show, “America First.”


In the show’s 22nd season premiere, Arthur’s third grade teacher, Mr. Ratburn, comes out as gay and gets married to a local chocolatier.

“Yup, it’s a brand new world,” one character says in response to the marriage.

During his show, Gorka, a former Trump adviser, complained that the fictional union is the latest example of left-wing ideology.

“That's been the left from Robespierre to Trotsky to Marcuse to Alinsky to Clinton to Obama to today,” he said. “Civil society doesn't exist, friendship doesn't exist, family doesn't exist — only permanent revolution.”

Gorka also revealed that his children used to watch the show.

“My children used to watch ‘Arthur’ 15 years ago, about a rodent-like creature that lived and had fun in his cartoon world,” Gorka said. “The new season of ‘Arthur’ will have one of Arthur’s teachers at school, a male teacher, married to a fellow male rodent.”