We’re hardly halfway through 2018, and entertainment television has already given us heaps of liberal propaganda before we've even started our summer vacations. If the first five months were any indication, we’re in for a long year filled with race-baiting, Christian-bashing, and ever-growing Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Here are the top 10 worst liberal scenes of 2018:
Showtime’s Shameless kicked things off this year as it regularly does by bashing Christians. In the first week of the new year, the series featured an angry mob protesting a priest for trying to pray over a gay man. With such despicable language, it truly lives up to the name “Shameless.”
Crowd: Butt bumping is Jesus' love!
Ian: Dry humping is Jesus' love!
Crowd: Dry humping is Jesus' love! Dry humping is Jesus' love! Dry humping is Jesus' love!
Woman: Carpet munching is Jesus' love! Carpet munching is Jesus' love! Carpet munching
Woman and Ian: Is Jesus' love!
Crowd: Carpet munching is Jesus' love!
Priest: That's enough. That's enough!
Ian: We have the right to demonstrate. You are blaspheming the Lord!
Ian: Preaching hate is blasphemy.
Priest: I will not allow you to drag down the good morals of this church...
Ian: Carpet munching is Jesus' love!
Priest: ...for your own sick beliefs.
Crowd: Carpet munching is Jesus' love! Carpet munching is Jesus' love!
Priest: I'm telling you to leave.
Crowd: Carpet munching is Jesus' love! Butt bumping is Jesus' love!
Priest: Leave the premises now!
Priest: Please, leave the-
Crowd: Dry humping is Jesus' love! Dry humping is Jesus' love! Nipple licking is Jesus' love! Nipple licking is Jesus' love! Nipple licking is Jesus' love! Nipple licking is Jesus' love...
Ian: Hey, stand back. Everybody, stand back. Hey, look at me. Stay with me. Hey! Come on! Come on. Come on, come on. Wake up. Wake up. Oh, my God. Thank God.
Since NBC’s Will and Grace returned to television, the comedy has taken cheap shots against conservatives and Trump without any shame or signs of stopping. Already this year, we had a scene of a bakery refusing to bake a MAGA cake for someone with “hateful beliefs,” clearly a play on the real-life Masterpiece Cake Shop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission court case. Once again, liberal “tolerance” is on full display.
Customer: Excuse me. What's the holdup?
Amy: They want me to make a MAGA cake for the president, and I said no.
Customer 2: Good for you. And shame on you both. That man has insulted and degraded Latinos. –
Karen: Okay, honey, we're gonna need a little less Cesar Chavez and a little more Ted Cruz.
Grace: No, no, no, no, no. Not "We." I'm on your side. I'm you.
Customer 3: How can you celebrate that man? He mocks the disabled.
Karen: Okay, thanks for the wide bathrooms, but that's enough out of you.
Customer 3: You're terrible people.
Karen: And we terrible people have been shamed for too long. But Grace is taking a stand, and I'm with her.
Grace: No. Nope, she's not with me. I am not with her. I'm with the other her. I-I mean, I even wore a pantsuit to vote. I cried when he won.
Karen: Me too. My dealer moved to D.C.
Baker 2: Actions speak louder than words, and your actions say that you're on his side.
Grace: Okay, I--I get it from these two, but I am not taking it from a white guy.
Baker 2: I'm transgender. [It's true]
Grace: Did not know that. But anyway, you're still white, so stop coasting. Okay, can you please just do the right thing-- which so feels like the wrong thing-- and make the cake that we both hate?
On ABC’s Designated Survivor, after a mysterious hacker plagued President Tom Kirkman's (Kiefer Sutherland) administration all season, exposing personal details about the president as well as hijacking missiles and setting off bombs, the reveal of the terrorist had to be one of the most laughably liberal we've seen on TV. As shocking a twist as it was to viewers that Kirkman's personal friend, the head of a huge electric car manufacturing company, was the cyber-terrorist behind attacks that killed federal agents, even more unbelievable was that this dastardly libertarian did it for the cause of "free enterprise."
Kirkman: Needless to say, I was speechless because I couldn't believe that a man who I considered to be one of my closest friends could possibly have hacked the power grid, NASA...
Kirkman: ...released a video of me confronting the man who killed my wife! Speechless doesn't even come close to covering this. Why the hell would you do this to me?
Dax: You know the greatest curse facing this country right now? Government interference. Overregulation.
Kirkman: What the hell are you talking about?
Dax: Free enterprise? The promise of America? A promise that's been strangled by red tape, a bureaucracy that prevents innovation, stifles human progress.
Kirkman: So you attack our institutions, undermine them, in the hopes, while the country's distracted, you could build your empire without scrutiny?!
Dax: You make it sound like I'm some kind of Bond villain. I’m not.
Kirkman: Then what the hell are you?
Dax: Do you know the societal good my companies can do if they are left to flourish without antitrust investigations? And I'm not talking about money. I'm talking about freedom. The greatest right we have as Americans is the right to be left alone.
Kirkman: Trust me, I'm gonna do everything I can to make sure you're left alone.
One of the newest shows to make this list, Showtime’s The Chi, explores a gritty look at life on Chicago’s South Side. Despite the fact that Chicago has a high unemployment rate for black men, one of the characters wastes no time cursing both President Trump and the GOP tax plan.
Barry: You ain't got a job.
Ronnie: The fuck I need a job for? So I can pay Trump taxes? Fuck that shit. "Make America Great Again."
Barry: Nah, nigga, so you make me great again. Loan me some money, dig it?
In probably the only show I have ever seen powered purely on hatred for Donald Trump, Stephen Colbert’s Showtime Our Cartoon President was a non-stop onslaught of bad Trump jokes and unabashed mocking of anything remotely conservative. The worst offense of all would have to be the show’s outright mockery of Christianity - which aired on Easter Sunday, no less!
Melania: How was church today?
Trump: Uneventful. They love me over there.
Anderson Cooper: "President Satan." That's what many are calling President Trump after he was caught on a hot mic committing the biggest religious gaffe since Reagan armed the Taliban.
Trump: Was that Joseph guy a putz, or what? Clearly, he wasn't taking care of Mary's needs. I mean, if God knocked up my wife, he'd never doink again. I'd cut off God's penis.
Pence: Sir, I think that's a hot mic.
Trump: Mike, stop acting like a tech buff. You think your great-grandfather hunted dinosaurs. How do grown adults still worship Jesus? I mean, where was Jesus when the Taj Mahal was at a standstill with the unions?
Melania: Sometimes people need to believe in something bigger than themselves. Like how I believe this entire experience is just a dream inside a giant's mind, and when he wakes up, I will be back in Trump Tower with my friends, the help.
ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder put its race-baiting tactics front and center in its hyped crossover with Scandal. In a big class-action judicial reform case in front of black and female judges, black female attorney Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) somehow argues that Jim Crow is still "alive and kicking" in America.
Annalise: Racism is built into the DNA of America. And as long as we turn a blind eye to the pain of those suffering under its oppression, we will never escape those origins. The only safeguard people of color have is the right to a defense, and we won't even give them that. Which means that the promise of civil rights has never been fulfilled. Due to the failure of our justice system, our public defense system in particular, Jim Crow is alive and kicking -- laws that made it illegal for blacks and whites to be buried in the same cemetery, that categorized people into quadroon and octaroons, that punished a black person for seeking medical attention in a white hospital.
Some may claim that slavery has ended. But tell that to the inmates who are kept in cages and told that they don't have any rights at all. People like my client, Nathaniel Lahey, and millions of people like him who are relegated to a subclass of human existence in our prisons. There is no alternative to justice in this case. There is no other option. To decide against my plaintiff is to choose lining the pockets of prison owners over providing basic defense for the people who live in them. And is that the America that this Court really wants to live in? Where money is more important than humanity? Where criminality is confused with mental health? The Sixth Amendment was ratified in 1791. It's been 226 years since then. Let's finally guarantee its rights to all of our citizens.
NBC’s Rise is mostly liberal propaganda wrapped up in an hour-long format featuring children. We have gay teens kissing, characters bashing Christianity, teachers promoting promiscuous behavior, and women supporting abortion. This year has given us probably the most flagrant homosexual kiss between minors on the network. Fortunately for us, Rise has officially been canceled after just one season.
Jeremy: Hey, Simon, wait up.
Simon: Look, I gotta go.
Jeremy: Yeah, I know, but, am I crazy? I mean tell me if I’m crazy, but I thought you and I had something.
Simon: I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Jeremy: Are you sure? I mean it’s fine if we don’t. We can be friends.
Simon: Yeah, we’re friends. What else would we be? But right now, you’re acting kinda creepy.
Jeremy: Okay. Good night, Simon.
Simon: That’s not what I…it’s just lately, you…you’ve been…you’re trying to get me to run lines with you and hang out with you and talk to you and I can’t. You know, I--I just can't.
Jeremy: Look, this is hard for me, too. Okay, it's not like I do this…
Simon: I don't know what you want.
Jeremy: I want you to be honest. Do you feel something when you're with me? Do you feel this right now?
Simon: I have to go.
Ousting a president was a surprisingly popular plot topic this year. In fact, at one point, the subject was broached on no less than 3 shows in one week. But CBS All-Access’s The Good Fight went beyond their fantasy of impeachment to discuss outright assassination.
Lawyer Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) defended her friend after he was arrested for violently rioting in the streets. She tells him not to say anything radical and he replies, “Oh, like, we need to assassinate the President?” Later Diane finds a gun in his bag and demands to know if he was joking, Tully responds, “Why? You don’t believe in regime change?” When she hands him back the gun after unloading it, he tells her, “This won’t slow us down.” Creepy.
ABC’s Blackish is always a reliable source for racial tension under the guise of “comedy” and liberal propaganda lectures. This year is no different. In the latest effort to divide the nation even further, the show literally warns black children that “America hates you.”
Ruby: America hates you.
Ruby: Pick me up a pack of menthols. And remember, America hates you.
Dre: I know, mama.
Ruby: Please don't marry her! America already hates you!
NBC’s Law and Order: Special Victims Unit has given us a lot of outrageous material ranging from euthanizing babies to the complaints of illegal immigrants. However, in the episode so blatantly titled “Info Wars,” the show proved its true liberal colors by having an Ann Coulter-like female right-wing pundit brutally raped with an ANTIFA sign. Despite the outrageous crime against her, the characters struggle to show any sympathy towards the victim because they don't like her politics.
Olivia: So what about threats leading up to the rally?
Fin: Against Martha Cobb? All day, every day. –
Amanda: Well, we should still sort through them, 'cause some people really hate her.
Fin: You know she wants all Jews and Muslims to convert to Christianity, right?
Amanda: You know, 10% of what she says is completely outrageous, and it's to get your attention, but some of her positions actually make a lot of sense.
Olivia: Yeah, like closing down Planned Parenthood or deporting the Dreamers?
Amanda: Okay, we are in a bubble here though. Half the country is pro-life. Pro-family values, terrified of radical Islam.
Fin: She's a troll, Amanda.
Amanda: Sure. But the more you dismiss her, the more you embolden her supporters.
Olivia: We're gonna have to continue this debate at another time-- or never-- because the DNA just came in.
Dominick: That was fast.
2018 is quickly giving last year a run for its money. Can it get any worse than this? Stay tuned.