By Chris Johnson
Every Saturday at 11:00 in the morning, a man once best known for using an apple pie as a masturbatory aid on film will be entrusted with entertaining millions of kids across the country.
Jason Biggs, known for his work in the infamous "American Pie" movies, which are in turn known for hop scotching the line between comedy and pornography, is the voice of "Leonardo" for Nickelodeon's reboot of the iconic kids' show, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
But, oh, if only this man kept his Bigg mouth shut off the set of his R-rated films. Alas, Jason Biggs also feels the need to comment on the presidential race in a style that one should have to show an ID to read.
After the Republican convention, Biggs tweeted unpublishable remarks having to do with sexually violating Jenna Ryan and Ann Romney and speculating about their anatomy. If you feel the need, you can see the tweets on The Blaze.
This is the guy that Nickelodeon chose to hire to entertain your kids.
Not only that, but the Nickelodeon website links to Jason Biggs' Twitter feed via their own Twitter account. So any child who follows @NickelodeonTV or @ TMNTMaster (also run by Nickelodeon) is only a click away from the disgusting commentary of this Nick-sponsored Misogynist.
After rising public outrage, Nickelodeon released a statement disassociating themselves with Biggs' comments, but not Biggs himself.
Only one organization has distanced itself from the children's network after being notified of its' disturbing and perverted employee.
From Michelle Malkin: "Notified by parents about Biggs’ not-safe-for-kids spewage, the Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball team canceled a scheduled family-friendly promotion of “Nickelodeon Day.” “The Colorado Rockies have communicated to the Nickelodeon Network that we will not be doing a promotion in the 2012 season,” the team announced. “They have been a good partner to us, and Jason Biggs is certainly not part of that partnership,” Rockies’ vice president of communications, Jay Alves, told Twitchy.com.
With the exception of the Rockies, no other major partner or advertiser has taken action to disassociate from Nickelodeon TV star Pig Biggs. Nick advertiser Sears disavowed Biggs’ comments, but did not pull its ads. General Mills, Kellogg’s, Kraft Foods, and Target are all standing with the network."
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