EXPOSED: ‘Star Trek Bridge Crew’ Forcing SJW Politics Down Players Throats, Entire Franchise May Be Compromised

Developer Red Storm has been caught Red Handed bringing unnecessary politics into gaming, an exclusive investigation by Point & Clickbait into Star Trek: Bridge Crew can today reveal.

Although their new VR co-op title may seem innocuous on the surface, even a cursory look into the game’s lore and setting shows a deeply troubling universe, where players are exposed to radical ideas about tolerance and socialism from the science-fiction regressive left.

Point & Clickbait can now reveal that rather than simply being a piece of entertainment, Star Trek: Bridge Crew actually takes place in an extremely political sci-fi future where all races and species work together, having discarded gender roles and class structure to build a society of tolerance and equality, free of wage slavery or artificial resource scarcity. Can you believe this garbage??

The usual ‘SJW’ games journalists haven’t been making a big deal about this one for some reason, which is why we didn’t pick it up until now. But from the moment you turn on this hyper-immersive cultural Marxism simulator it’s clear that the real enemy the bridge crew will be fighting is not aliens, but the invasive cultural programming Red Storm are trying to force down our throats.

During our hands-on time with the game, we discovered several concerning instances where the race and gender of our characters had no effect on the game or our abilities, and several more scenarios where this so-called ‘Federation’ actually seemed to be suggesting that such things don’t matter. Isn’t there any genre that these SJWs can’t ruin?

Several Wikipedia pages examined as part of our exclusive investigation reveal that Bridge Crew may be just the tip of the iceberg for this potentially dangerous lunatic left franchise. What’s next – movies? TV shows? The mind boggles. Only one thing is clear: this madness must be stopped and Red Storm must be made to apologise for bringing their politics into space.

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