Gabriel Hays is a staff writer for MRC Culture
University of Dallas Class of '16. Lives in Clifton, VA
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Though the impeachment trial won’t be deciding anything for a while still, lefty Twitter has hinted at the ultimate result of the sham no matter what “verdict” materializes, and that is either Trump’s removed from office or it’s proof that there are even more coverups going on.
It seems as though loudmouth pro-gun control celebs refuse to understand that a gathering of law-abiding gun owners might be one of the more civil and safe events to be at.
Thousands of Americans voiced their support for the Second Amendment at a Richmond rally on Jan. 20, and vocal media figures proceeded to call them impotent “ammosexuals,” with a “Klan-rally smell.”
The day after the Impeachment articles were “solemnly” marched to the Senate building, you’d be expecting joy to reverberate through social media from celeb lefties duped by Pelosi’s charade, however the feeling was more akin to fatigue and frustration than joy.
Journalists are a fragile bunch aren’t they? They get away with quite a lot, but when Trump mutters “fake news,” or a senator calls a CNN hack a “liberal hack,” they respond as if Kim Jong Un’s torturing them for stealing a propaganda poster. Fear not however, as HBO and Harvey Weinstein nemesis Ronan Farrow are teaming up to remind the world just how “under fire” journalists are, not only around the world but in America.
Seemingly-benign LGBTQ personality Jonathan Van Ness has devoted recent months to authoring children’s books with not-so-benign themes. The Queer Eye star is doing his part to introduce transgenderism and gender confusion to children with a picture book about a “nonbinary guinea pig.”
Our democracy is dying: Russia/Ukrainegate has floundered and legal abortion may not be long for this world. In this dire time for progressives, a disgusting pro-abortion art installation must give them comfort. The Guardian and Bloomberg News praised the latest abomination in modern art as a necessary balm to the country’s anti-abortion “stigma” and a great way to “raise funds” for the child-killing procedure.
TV game show “Jeopardy!” producers have responded to online uproar from Palestinian sympathizers over a controversial in-game question regarding the state of Israel.
For some reason the big kahuna of Hollywood award shows, the Oscars, can’t do progressive right — even with all the liberal celebrities and their woke speeches — angering practically everybody in the media by nominating white male individuals for a majority of this year’s biggest categories.
Paparazzo-beating actor Alec Baldwin had the nerve to accuse President Donald Trump and his supporters of causing the “moral collapse” of America on Monday, January 13. The 61-year-old actor, known for his Donald Trump impersonation on NBC sketch series Saturday Night Live, dropped the satire for a more direct and aggressive condemnation of the Hollywood-hated president and his followers on social media.
Rapper Cardi B has apparently changed her mind on moving to Nigeria in the wake of US tensions with Iran, telling her fans that she’s considering a run for government office. Some would say that this is a tragic turn of events. In a series of tweets, the stripper-turned-rapper expressed interest in becoming a member of congress. Hey, if certain bartenders can do it, why not multimillionaire rapstars?
Apparently Disney and Marvel’s next installment in the comic book movie series Captain Marvel promises to be even more woke than the first outing. And if that seemed impossible, just know that the newly-announced writer is an “uber feminist” and “pro-Iranian,” in addition to being rabidly anti-Trump.
The Human Rights Campaign unveiled their new guide for trans sex and it’s about as weird as you can imagine.
Former stripper-turned-rap artist Cardi B has been talking about leaving the country in the wake of America’s current standoff with Iran.
“Juice” singer Lizzo’s peppy embrace of herself as a confident obese woman may be a fun (albeit bizarre) pop culture fad in the short term, but one famous weight loss coach reminds us that it might not be so positive in the long term.
President Trump’s January 8 speech following his standoff with the terrorist regime of Iran had anti-Trump celebs seeing red. While not being able to do too much naysaying against Trump’s claim that there were zero casualties or that Iran wouldn’t get nukes on his watch, unhinged Hollywood types attacked him for mispronouncing words in his speech, with a few insinuating that his flubs were due to his drug use
Anyone watching celebrity Twitter last night might have gone to bed wondering which side Hollywood’s finest were on; Iran’s or America’s? As President Trump weathered the retaliatory storm that was fifteen ineffective Iranian missiles launched at a U.S. base in Iraq, the out of touch denizens of La La land acted as if they were suffering the real trauma of war, quivering with fear (while tweeting) that Trump had finally dragged us into a brutal war for the sake of his own vanity.
Time Magazine is trying to put out the fires of hysteria generated by the death of U.S.-designated Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani. Apparently the death of the brutal military leader weighs heavy, especially on the consciences of America’s children, so Time produced a guide for parents who need to talk to their kids about it.
The Obamas are extending their presence in entertainment media with some upcoming social media video content. Michelle is reportedly partnering with ATTN: to launch a web series on Instagram for young people.
GLAAD media will be recognizing pop megastar Taylor Swift’s commitment to LGBTQ issues during the gay entertainment lobby’s annual award show later this year.