Gabriel Hays is a staff writer for MRC Culture
University of Dallas Class of '16. Lives in Clifton, VA
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Presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden made one of the biggest gaffes of his 2020 campaign by letting it slip just how much he takes the African-American community for granted. Prominent African-American conservatives swiftly condemned his disgusting comments.
You know the left will never apologize or own up to any of their mistakes. Even if they and the whole world are aware of their painfully obvious #MeToo double standard, guess who they say actually hurt female victims? That’s right, conservatives and Trump voters.
In major breaking news, President Trump took off his mask during his visit to a Ford plant in Michigan on May 21. The earth shook, the sky was blackened, and the dead walked the earth due to the mystical power of the scandal. Well, no not really, but considering the reaction of lefty mask police in response to the president's latest faux pas, it seemed like Trump committed an impeachable offense.
In pursuit of “higher-minded,” and “more enlightened” conservative principles, the never-Trump creators of The Lincoln Project have found unlikely allies in the radical left. This week the anti-Trump political action commitee founded by “Republicans” Rick Wilson and Steve Schmidt, among others, curried favor with eco-socialist nutcase Mark Ruffalo, who retweeted their anti-Trump attack ad.
In one of the richest counties in America, hundreds of cars line up for food assistance. It’s a scene repeated around the country. But mega-millionaire actor Robert De Niro wants the economy to stay shut down, warning of “a global ecological collapse.” Business owners have been fined or jailed from New York to California just for trying to serve their customers, but to fat cat celebrities Rob Reiner and Kathy Griffin, these people are ignorant “patriots” who are angry they can’t get their “hair done” or go “golfing.”
Former WWE wrestler and Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista has been trying to get President Trump in a Twitter chokehold for the past couple months, particularly because he’s unhappy with the U.S. leader’s coronavirus response. Recently, the big man posted a video of himself mocking Trump to his Twitter page. In it, the lefty entertainer pretended to be a dumb, overzealous Trump fan in an effort to make fun of Trump’s failures, his supporters, his children and his looks.
President Trump’s announcement that he had been taking hydroxychloroquine sulfate as a treatment for coronavirus prevention sent leftwing Twitter into a frenzy on Tuesday morning. Hollywood lefties laid into Trump for his use of the drug, which is still classified as an “experimental” treatment for coronavirus. It was another opportunity for the Trump-haters to brand him as a crackpot.
It seems that no Trump family member or famous anti-quarantine protester can make a reference to The Matrix without a nasty earful from one of its co-creators. Both Ivanka Trump and Tesla founder Elon Musk took some heat from Matrix creator Lilly Wachowski for tweeting about taking the “red pill” on Sunday.
President Trump sure appreciates the value of a well-placed meme and he tweeted out a doozy over the weekend, making many people with a sense of humor chuckle and of course triggering lefties from sea to shining sea.
Actress Alyssa Milano just doesn’t know when to quit. After completely destroying her own credibility as a feminist by choosing to support Joe Biden despite his sexual assault allegations, she’s trying her hand at fighting “voter fraud.” Though based on her views on the subject, it’s clear she’s just as much of a crackpot on this issue as she is on all the other ones.
One 80s rock group isn’t content with being a part of rock ‘n’ roll history and has been trying way too hard at gaining relevance by selling band merch with political attacks against President Trump. Spurred on by its frontman’s hatred for the 45th president, legendary hard rock band Guns N’ Roses has started marketing band T-shirts which include hateful messages directed at Trump and his coronavirus response.
Last week NewsBusters reported that world famous TV network game show, The Price Is Right, would be hosting a special episode featuring guest contestant, drag queen RuPaul. The aim of the special was to raise massive amounts of money for the baby killers at Planned Parenthood. Well, the episode aired this week and revealed that RuPaul and CBS raised nearly $100 grand for the abortion mill.
Presumably bored and grouchy during quarantine, Goodfellas star Robert De Niro has re-ignited his war of words with his least favorite president, Donald Trump. During a May 12 interview on BBC program Newsnight, the Oscar-winner blistered Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Considering his usual disdain for the President, it wasn’t a surprise to hear De Niro blame the President for the nearly 83,000 American deaths from coronavirus.
Not all Hollywood stars are partisan hacks. Some, like Matthew McConaughey, want to see a brighter future for all Americans, regardless of their political affiliation. The Hollywood A-lister appeared on a May 12 segment of the Fox News Channels Special Report with Bret Baier to urge political unity between Americans in order to defeat the virus. Through his charity foundation, Just Keep Livin’, McConaughey has been sharing a message of unity amidst the pandemic and Fox News invited him to share that message with its viewers.
It doesn’t matter who you are. If you take time out of your day to insult someone’s mother on Mother’s Day, you're officially a scumbag. That should be the ruling on hateful, anti-Trump smearlord Michael Rapaport, who dedicated his social media posts during the holiday to attacking First Lady Melania Trump and her example of motherhood.
You can say goodbye to the #MeToo movement. It had a good three-year run, but inevitably, hypocrisy and political expediency caught up with it.
The timing couldn’t be any better for a sexy-themed adult-coloring book featuring former vice president and current 2020 Democrat nominee Joe Biden, right? Actually, don’t answer that.
America’s longest running game show will be promoting America’s largest baby-killing organization by way of drag queens next week. And If you thought that was a snippet from a set of dystopian mad libs rather than real news, you're not familiar with the left’s hold on mainstream culture.
Ever the temperamental type, Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose took out his anger with the Trump administration on Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin on Monday, May 6. The Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Famer appeared to be spoiling for a fight on social media, bashing Mnuchin seemingly from out of nowhere.
Despite the constant media doom and gloom surrounding America’s coronavirus outbreak, Hollywood conservative Jon Voight is standing strong in his hope that the country will pull through under President Trump. The Midnight Cowboy and Ray Donovan actor posted another personal address to his 275,000- plus Twitter followers on Monday.