Lindsay Kornick

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The seventh season of Showtime’s Homeland may be dealing with an out-of-control president, but the second episode just introduced a new potential threat on the horizon. Make no mistake, they may just take a story about a female Democrat president's abuse of power against innocent citizens and still manage to demonize the right.


While the the liberal media lauds fascist dictators at the Winter Olympics, liberal Hollywood lectures us (with a wink and a nod) about fascist presidents on Showtime’s Homeland.


Liberals are about the only people in the country who decry the level of “fake news” circulating on the Internet but get a kick out of promoting any and every negative lie about Donald Trump. Nowhere was that more evident than in the release of the infamous Steele dossier supposedly involving the president with Russian hookers. What do they do when those stories fall flat on their faces? Apparently, use them for material in shows like ABC’s Scandal.


Looks like NBC’s Law & Order: SVU still hasn’t learned a bit from last week’s disaster. Somehow, they’ve managed to jump from raping a conservative pundit straight into euthanizing a ten-month-old baby. Safe to say, decency standards have left the room ages ago.


NCIS: New Orleans is one of the rare shows I’ve seen that seems to capture real life pretty accurately, at least for this New Orleans native. Sadly, as a Hollywood show, it seems duty-bound to push the liberal narrative on some angle. This time, it includes the total acceptance of refugees.


For those of you tired of the disgusting sexual images from Fox’s The Mick, you’re in luck. In the latest episode you get disgusting comments ridiculing practiced religion and belief in God as a whole instead. It’s hardly a positive step forward, but at least there are no nude 100-year-olds.


NBC’s Law and Order: SVU has always been a reliable series to find liberal bias, whether it includes painting Christians as rape apologists or gender fluidity as “cool.” But I think we were overdue for an episode that gives us a real, honest glimpse of what the show thinks of the right. Look no further than this week's episode title “Info Wars.”


Last week, I mentioned that all did not bode well for traditional values in TNT’s latest series The Alienist, and the second episode already confirms my worst fears. We have gone from implying “progressive” behaviors to actually showing them in a way that has me giving up my faith in human decency. After all, it’s clear that The Alienist gave up on that a long time ago.


CW’s Supergirl has managed to avoid anything too obnoxious since last year’s crossover, but in this episode the show returns to its regular practice of using thinly veiled real world references to preach liberal bunk.


ABC’s Scandal has wasted little time in pushing a liberal agenda for its last season, but this latest episode admittedly is a change of pace. Instead of pushing diverse liberal heroes or peddling government handouts, the episode jumps straight into conservative-bashing. Gun owners beware, Scandal does not care for you.


Fox’s The X-Files has been working overtime on their anti-Trump agenda this season, but they’ve truly outdone themselves with this latest episode. In a fictional world full of conspiracy theories - even parallel universes - where people seem to reject objective truth, one thing never changes: Donald Trump must be mocked at all costs.


To many fans’ pleasure, TNT’s latest show The Alienist finally premiered after years of production stalls. Based on the 1994 novel of the same name, the show is poised to add another outlet of gore, misplaced moral messaging, and perhaps the blandest depiction of Theodore Roosevelt you’ll ever see. All of this coming from the first of a ten-episode season.


Hulu’s original series The Path recently returned for a third season by premiering three new episodes. Since the show follows a fictional religious movement, it’s appropriate that it, too, falls under the liberal cult mentality of Trump bashing. At least we’re all on the same page now.


It's finally happened! The 25th Amendment has been invoked and an unstable president removed from the White House! Unfortunately for liberals, however, that fantasy only occurred in the world of CBS's Madam Secretary which showed a newfound respect for our founders and Constitution.


Fox’s The X-Files clearly has a distrusting view of the Trump administration, but it’s this latest episode that really ratchets up the conspiracy theories. And by conspiracy, I’m talking about none other than the Trump-Russia connection that liberals desperately want to believe is more than just fiction.


After seeing all the vitriolic nonsense being thrown at Donald Trump for being supposedly mentally ill, it’s easy to think back to Democrats’ original “mentally unfit” punching bag: President Ronald Reagan. Unfortunately for us, Fox’s Family Guy had the same idea with another joke aimed at the expense of both President Reagan and his wife Nancy.


It has become a standard trope for the Trump era: patriotism is racist. And, although USA’s Damnation takes place during the Depression Era, it's not a stretch to think a racist group calling themselves patriots is supposed to parallel liberal fears of Neo-Nazis, the KKK, and other bigots of today.


Fox’s The X-Files hasn’t been a stranger to liberal bias in the past, and it looks like that’s not going to change in 2018. The premiere for the show’s eleventh season proves that with the revelation that the series' longtime antagonist is behind some familiar political figures on the right.


Sometimes CBS’s Madam Secretary wants so badly to fix the problems in today’s world that it blows logic to solve them. The latest episode, however, may be one of the most backwards examples to date. In a single episode, the hour-long drama tries to convince us both that the United States’ beginnings were as bad as the Taliban and that the Taliban can be progressive.


Finally unburdened by idea of connecting with people on the other political side, comedian Sarah Silverman gleefully mocks those in conservative media in the finale of her Hulu show I Love You, America. Alongside the traditional mocking of Christians and Jesus Christ, of course. Merry Christmas, everyone!