Gabriel Hays

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University of Dallas Class of '16.  Lives in Clifton, VA

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Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the 2020 presidential race March 5, and in that instant one could feel a great disturbance in the feminist force, as if a million voices cried out in terror that once again a woman was unfairly blocked out of her shot. Medium’s Jessica Valenti, a radical feminist with a history of blaming the world’s problems on the patriarchy, let out a loud lamentation about the Senator from Massachusetts’ untimely fate, arguing that her lack of success in the race was the fault of “America’s sexism.” Oh this should be good.



Hollywood actresses always seem to make an appearance whenever there's a chance that one less baby might be aborted. Celebrity feminists Elizabeth Banks and Busy Philipps joined Democratic lawmakers and pro-abortion demonstrators at the foot of the Supreme Court on March 4 to stand in solidarity with baby-killing as a recent legal case involving the procedure was being heard.



In the end, wealthy celebrities are just like other Democrats. They want to win, and they’re willing to throw in with Joe Biden to do it. While their sympathies may be with far-lefties like Bernie Sanders, Hollywood Trump-derangement syndrome dictates their going with the strongest horse available.

 


Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. explained the pitfalls of being a conservative in the entertainment industry, telling one Hollywood outlet that he suffered a hefty price for voting for President Trump in 2016. Sabato Jr., a popular TV actor in the '90s whose entire 30 year career was cut short by his political affiliation, revealed to Variety that his vote for Donald Trump in the last election put him on a Hollywood blacklist.



Hollywood director Spike Lee should do the right thing and stop demonizing African Americans who support President Trump. On his Instagram account, he showed black Trump supporters praying with the president. He added the caption "Massa, We Love You Massa. We Gonna Pray Fo' You Massa.’ Singing- ‘Swing Low,Sweet Chariot’.”



What on earth is Joss Whedon smoking? The filmmaker behind Marvel’s The Avengers, sci fi TV series Firefly, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer posted an unhinged and downright strange assessment of the current state of American politics, insisting that despite all their flaws, Democrats are at least trying to do the right thing while Republicans are “murderous” and “poisonous.”



Adding another arrow to her quiver of crazy, radical feminist commentator and occasional New York Times columnist Jill Filipovic took to social media to disparage most of the remaining Democratic presidential field. No, not because they embody some of the worst values in human history, but because each of their skin tones is white and they each have male genitalia.



You’d think that all the members of legendary “Fight The Power” rap group Public Enemy would love Bernie Sanders’ anti-establishment ideas, but founding member Flavor Flav was kicked out of the 40-year-old hip hop outfit for disagreeing with the group’s recent affiliation with the socialist presidential candidate.

 


The media’s treatment of the coronavirus outbreak is insane. Instead of the typical intense fear-mongering, pundits and commentators have been weaponizing the disease politically, insisting that the Trump administration is exacerbating the situation, and even going so far as to push the idea of spreading the virus at Trump rallies.

 


The far left reboot of Taylor Swift is continuing her work of alienating conservatives and most other normal folks from her fanbase. The singer unveiled her music video for her misogyny-crushing anthem “The Man,” featuring her play-acting as a man and doing all the things your typical toxic white male gets away with that women can’t.



Hollywood knows how to come up with ticket-selling doomsday scenarios and their imagined outcome of the coronavirus is no less devastating than the events of Independence Day.



The left is so deranged, so unhinged and so obsessed with hating President Trump, that they are actually making him the face of coronavirus in order to spread fear. New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote “If you’re feeling awful, you know who to blame.” Wow and there it is. If the left were able to write their own account of Exodus’s “Ten Plagues,” Trump would be one of them.



Well, irreverent Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson certainly doesn’t understand the concept of “no take backs.” During a recent stand-up performance, SNL’s resident apathetic millennial walked back his 2018 on air apology to then-Congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), claiming that he regrets making the Republican congressman “famous.”



In one of the strangest “feel-good” stories you’re likely to find, Good Morning America featured a segment on four different women and their kids, who were conceived all from the same male donor. The big hook is that these separate “half-families” have met up and become some sort of hybrid family, which is sweet in a grotesque and depraved sort of way.



The Simpsons voiceover actor Hank Azaria is coming out about his recent decision to step down from the role of Indian “Kwik-E-Mart” owner Apu in the legendary animated series, claiming, “it just didn’t feel right.” Sure, dude, that’s exactly what we’d expect from someone who was scared straight by the Twitter woke mob.



Actor Mark Ruffalo is out here saving the world one promotional interview at a time, at least he thinks so. Talking to a reporter about his new environmentally-focused movie, the climate change-obsessed celeb warned viewers that President Trump is “public enemy number one.”



“Democratic socialist” and commie sympathizer Sen. Benie Sanders’ lead over the other Democratic 2020 nominees should terrify anyone who’s read a history book. Sadly, the enthusiasm shown for the Vermont Senator, especially in Hollywood, is evidence that many don’t know socialism leads to economic stagnation at best, and the horrors of the Soviet system, Maoist China and Castro’s Cuba at worst.



The always trendy social engineers over at TeenVogue are raising awareness for the pro-choice cause this week, urging young people to get more hysterical about abortion than they currently are. The hard-left kids fashion mag ran a poll on young voters to find out what issues concern them most about the upcoming election. The good news for TeenVogue is that the poll found that most young folks are pro choice, while the bad news is that abortion isn’t a priority issue for them.



Chelsea Handler thinks she’s the arbiter of race these days. After all, she does live in the most moral community on earth -- Hollywood, of course -- and actually has a major streaming series dedicated to helping white people check their privilege. If only that expertise could help her avoid tweeting statements similar to Kanye West’s infamous “George Bush hates black people” about Trump.



British actor Jeremy Irons knows his position as jury president of the Berlinale film festival would be compromised if he stuck to his moderate views on abortion and gay marriage, so of course he corrected the record as soon as the event began.