Transcribe of what it says in the screencap:
"Sarah Maida, Riley's mom, told The Huffington Post that this video was actually shot in May of 2011. She and her husband Dennis had shared it with a few friends, who responded positively to Riley's message. But, after Sarah heard about LEGO Friends -- shapely mini-figures that lock into pink, purple and pastel green settings, such as a dream house, a splash pool and a beauty shop -- she posted the video on Facebook fan pages for Princess Free Zone and Pigtail Pals, companies that sell only gender-neutral products and stand up for girl's rights. (Princess Free's tagline is "Come as you are," and they sell apparel featuring designs like a dinosaur on a scooter or a skateboarding octopus.)"
Hello? The LEGO Group isn't in the business of, say, offering school lunches, which you pay for with your tax dollars and probably would want to make sure the meals aren't just what some kids want -- yet what is good for them instead.
The LEGO Group is a privately-help corporation, which has gone beyond what most toy companies do in regard to research & development of its products.
So, there we have PBG (powered by girls), SPARKsummit, Pigtail Pals, New Moon Girls, and Hardy Girls, Princess Free Zone, Jennifer Shewmaker, and a few more, all hatching their "social media campaign" plan. "No pink aisles, bring back beautiful" is what they spammed.
What should have been a joyful holiday season was muddled up by a few feminists with an agenda. They saw an opportunity upon a chance dialogue with a wonderful company called LEGO -- they ran with it -- they petitioned -- they spammed -- they posted & re-posted, and now we know they used an apparently staged video of a little girl's rant.
They tweeted and sent the video link back & forth in their networks -- somehow it got the attention of ABC News. Oh, Diane, how you were duped.
Update: Riley's mom, Sarah, is so confused about LEGO Friends that she provides false statements saying they aren't compatible with 'other LEGO' when everyone who owns LEGO knows they are 100% compatible with any other LEGO bricks, and the mini-dolls have exchangeable hair with mini-figs, and can hold any utensil a mini-fig can. She also fails to comprehend that girls made up only 9% of TLG's customers in 2011 -- and now that Friends is available that number has increased to 28% -- that isn't about making people buy more, it's about many parents buying LEGO bricks for the very first time!!!
If The LEGO Group only cared for profits as Riley's mom suggests, then why do they sponsor Google's Science Fair? Sarah hasn't a clue -- too busy using her kid to promote her own anger.
Little Girl Riley Angry Over 'Pink Stuff' Toys | Video - ABC News
Dr. Jennifer Shewmaker's Operation Transformation
New Moon Girls
SPARK a Movement
Pigtail Pals - Redefine Girly
This blog isn't the only, or first, online posting of how Riley appears rehearsed: