Gabriel Hays is a staff writer for MRC Culture
University of Dallas Class of '16. Lives in Clifton, VA
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Trying to walk back his enthusiastic support for Iran’s $80 million bounty on Trump’s head, terminal TDS sufferer George Lopez claimed his comment that “we’ll do it for half” was just “a joke.”
Several journalists sprang up to defend Hollywood snowflakes from awards show host Ricky Gervais after he blasted the crowd at the 2020 Golden Globes during his opening monologue. The U.K. comedian ribbed the wealthy movie-making elite with jokes about how out-of-touch and corrupt many of them are, and how they are “in no position to lecture the public on anything.”
Hustler Magazine apparently wished the extreme opposite of good will to Republican politicians this Christmas season, reportedly sending several congressmen Christmas cards depicting a cartoon of President Donald J. Trump shot dead in the streets.
Harvey Weinstein accuser and former Charmed actress Rose McGowan, believes the killing of one of Iran’s top commanders Major General Qasem Soleimani is proof that the U.S. has been the terrorist all along. To say the least, the troubled Hollywood actress went on a social media tirade after President Trump ordered the killing of the terrorist regime’s high ranking security and intelligence commander Maj. Gen. Soleimani.
According to Kevin Feige, Marvel’s promise of a new, inclusive future is about to be fulfilled sooner than we thought. The company president was proud to announce that a transgender superhero is on the way, perhaps in one of Marvel’s next films.
Award-winning Hollywood director Ron Howard provided his opinion on President Donald Trump over the New Year’s holiday. He claimed that despite his reality TV success, the current president is a “self-serving, ego-maniac.” Howard’s Twitter lecture began with the Solo: A Star Wars Story director sharing The Washington Post’s piece on how the President’s economy has “performed well” but is “by no means an unheard of performance.”
Unable to distance himself from the phrase and album title “American Idiot,” Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong took time to bash President Donald Trump during the press tour for his upcoming album.
No matter how hard it is to believe, there a few conservative diamonds in the rough that is far-left Hollywood. President Donald Trump took time to thank a couple of his supporters from the showbiz industry, because God only knows how much of a feat it is for them to keep their Tinseltown street cred while supporting this President.
Two years after renowned Minnesota Public Radio host Garrison Keillor lost his job due to multiple allegations of sexual harassment, he’s back in the limelight. This time he’s being featured in a popular Minnesotan magazine.
Michael Moore can’t keep his trap shut about President Donald Trump. The documentary director who’s better known as an obnoxious lefty these days provided more insane TDS soundbites just after Christmas. He told Rolling Stone’s progressive audience to be “afraid of white people” because the majority of them voted for Trump.
UK's government-funded news media giant BBC is considering measures to discourage its “top correspondents” from biased tweeting.
Salon’s politics writer Amanda Marcotte has been putting 110% into being the Grinch this Christmas. On Christmas day, she followed up her attack on Christians who wish each other "Merry Christmas," by directly comparing Hallmark Channel Christmas specials to Nazi propaganda.
Most conservatives and liberals enjoy Christmas enough to just have a good time, though every once in awhile you get a Scrooge who refuses to fathom the reason of the season and badmouths the holiday and those who celebrate it. Salon’s politics writer Amanda Marcotte doubled down on her hatred for Christmas by calling those who celebrate it hypocrites who mean “fuck you” when they say “Merry Christmas.”
With the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump so close to Christmas, it wasn’t long before partisan sham received it’s own holiday spin from the media. BBC arranged a professional choral performance of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” updated with lyrics about the political hit job, because honestly, the congressional rebuke of the President is a more festive occasion for the liberal media than the birth of Jesus Christ.
Ah a Democratic Presidential debate. The only contest in which the usage of the phrase “pillow fight” generates excitement. No, really. GLAAD, the speech Stasi for all things LGBT, blasted Politico for using the phrase in reference to a less-than-brutal debate exchange between South Bend, Indiana Mayor Buttigieg (who is gay) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (who isn’t an Indian), claiming it “offended people.”
Impeachment has brought out the worst in Trump haters over the last couple of days, and even though the process probably won’t do much to Donald Trump’s momentum as president (cheers to the special few who are puzzled that he’s still around,) celebrities on Twitter were over the moon that Democrats were able to give the president the congressional form of “Orange Man Bad.” Bless their hearts.
Turns out Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling might not be as progressive as she thought. Recently, the fantasy writer angered radical LGBTQ folks on social media for tweeting a defense of a person fired for believing that there are only two genders. The author has since been called a “transphobe,” or more specifically a “TERF” (trans exclusive radical feminist.)
The pro-LGBTQ media is now giving advice to the Hallmark Channel on how best to redress offending gays after the network reversed their decision to pull a lesbian ad last week. Of course it came as no surprise that entertainment outlet Indiewire insisted that Hallmark make a gay movie to prove where its loyalty really lies.
At this point, there really is only one major unresolved plot point remaining in the endless Star Wars saga: Where are the gay space aliens? Surely a story that spans galaxies and light years and campy dive cantinas must have run in to some, er, marginalized sexualities. Surely space pirates must have accidentally raided a “Wookie Cruise.”
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch drove social media lefties into a frenzy on Tuesday all because of a little innocuous season's greetings on the Fox News Channel. The Trump nominated Supreme Court Justice wished the cable news network a “Merry Christmas” and inclusivity-obsessed progressives flipped their collective wig, accusing the statement of being a talking point of the GOP.”