Disney Plus superstar Baby Yoda has some in liberal fandom as upset as when Anakin killed younglings, due to the most recent episode of The Mandalorian. In the second episode of the season, the Child, aka Baby Yoda, who has been shown to eat anything, devours a female's eggs. These are her last eggs, meant to save her family from becoming extinct. Liberals freaked out over Baby Yoda's eating eggs, because eating eggs, apparently, just isn't very nice.
Mando, while on his quest to reunite Baby Yoda with his own kind, strikes a deal to take a frog-like creature and her eggs to another planet, where she is to reunite with her husband to fertilize the eggs. One thing leads to another and the three of them end up crashed on an icy planet. There, the Madalorian uses his range of survival skills to fight off an army of spider creatures and with the help of two Rebel X-wing pilots, get back into space.
Throughout the ordeal, Baby Yoda continuously disobeys Mando and Obi Wants to snack on the Leia-ed eggs of the Frog Lady. Some fans turned on Baby Yoda like Anakin to the Dark Side, for his ravenous appetite, because the Frog Creature in-Sith-ted that their kind, much like the Jedi was on the verge of extinction, and those were the only eggs that she could lay in a lifetime.
Funko Pop, the popular toy company, added to "egg-gate" by releasing their new Baby Yoda Pop! figure, which features his new controversial new favorite food.
The official description of the figure reads: "He's been told not to touch anything, but like most kids, the Child didn't listen. In a brand new Pop! figure, The Child gets curious about a very interesting looking egg canister. Food or friend?"
Most ironic about the Baby Yoda detractors is that they are overwhelmingly liberal in their other social media posts, critical of the Trump Administration which appointed pro life judges to the Supreme court and instead support Joe Biden who recently said:
Biden's stance on abortion is well known causing Fr. Robert Morey, pastor of St. Anthony Catholic Church, to describe Biden's views as contrary to Catholic teaching.
Perhaps a star-ting point for peace in the galaxy or country unity, which Joe Biden claimed to aspire to in his speech Saturday night, would be a political, philosophical, scientific and sci fi discussion between liberals and conservatives over the beginning of life in humans versus fictional frog aliens in a TV show.
The Mandalorian is currently streaming it's second season on Disney Plus.