HBO’s The Deuce has finally touched upon the feminist’s golden calf of abortion. After nudity, gay sex and profiting off porn for 16 episodes straight, I’m only surprised it took them this long.
CW’s Supergirl has built up quite a rap sheet of liberal offenses over the years. But that’s all supposed to change since this fourth season will, allegedly, “try and unite a divided people,” according to executive producer Robert Rovner. From this second episode alone, I’m going to have to call that bluff.
With the generic ballot getting tighter and Republican candidates increasingly pulling ahead in some races, the liberal media’s prediction (really more of a promise) of a “blue wave” seemed to be in jeopardy. But during Sunday’s Meet the Press on NBC, moderator Chuck Todd was holding out hope for the wave as he kicked off the panel discussion with reams of favorable numbers from the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll recently released.
In Sunday’s New York Times, congressional correspondent Jennifer Steinhauer tried to defuse a potent line of attack by Republican U.S. Senate candidate Martha McSally against her Democratic challenger Kyrsten Sinema in “Charge of Treason Escalates In Close Race for Arizona Senate Seat.” Steinhauer warned "Ms. McSally’s ads and those of her supporters have been relentlessly negative and darkly accusative, which is a great primary play, but may hurt her with general election voters."
On Friday, far-left comedian Amy Schumer announced that the reason no one would be seeing her in Super Bowl ads next year was that she was boycotting on behalf of mediocre quarterback Colin Kaepernick. During Sunday’s Good Morning America, ABC’s liberal anchors celebrated Schumer’s decision and were interested in seeing if her “peer pressure” would cause a larger “celebrity boycott” of commercials and the halftime show.
You know how a girl, when she really likes a boy, will nervously brush her hair back? Check out the move of ABC reporter Paula Faris as she gushes to Beto O'Rourke: "you're a rock star!" When Beto demurs, Faris insists: "no, you really are!" Faris did stop short of asking Beto to autograph her arm, but the adoration was unmistakable.
At a recent campaign rally in Elko, Nevada, President Trump told the crowd that Democrats were “openly inviting millions of illegal aliens to break our laws, violate our borders and overwhelm our nation. The Democrats want caravans. They like the caravans.” On Sunday, the liberal journalists of ABC’s Good Morning American were irritated that Trump would call them out and claimed there was no proof of that and said the allegation was “unfounded”.
Soopermexican at The Right Scoop reported how The Washington Post was exposed on conservative Twitter for a complete lack of professionalism. On Friday, Post "Reliable Source" gossip columnist Emily Heil made this her top item of the day. Georgetown Prep is creating a position for alumni relations to handle the damage from the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. There was just one problem. It's not a new position, and they posted a job notice in July, not "this week." Heil was told this.
Our friend David Rutz at the Washington Free Beacon listened to a typically one-sided hour of National Public Radio on climate change on Tuesday and wrote an article titled "NPR: How Do We Talk to the Dangerous Idiots Who Disagree With Us?"
All that is certain in life is death, taxes, and leftist celebrities speaking crudely. The latest edition of The Hollywood Reporter has a cover story celebrating British actress Claire Foy (The Crown, First Man) walking around D.C. calling Donald Trump the "giant penis of America," and saying she'd like to do with a pro-Kavanaugh protester: rip up his poster and violently hurt him.
Just plain nuts!
That is the conclusion that many mental health professionals might come to after observing the absolutely bizarre tweetstorm Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren posted on Twitter on Monday in the wake of the release of her genetic test results which "suggests" that she might possibly be 1/1024th South American. Perhaps instigated by the backfire mockery resulting from her test by President Donald Trump in particular and the public in general, Warren posted a tweetstorm of 28 tweets on October 15 from 5:59 P.M. until 7:17 P.M..
Uh-oh. So in all the justifiable uproar over the apparent murder — gruesome murder at that — of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi, over at Fox Howard Kurtz of Media Buzz has opened a window on an amazing liberal media/liberal Hollywood double-standard. Kurtz’s headline: “A Reckoning for Those Who Take Dirty Saudi Oil Money.”
During Friday’s edition of Cuomo Prime Time, host Chris Cuomo slammed President Trump for praising Montana Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte at a rally Thursday night held on behalf of Gianforte and Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale. Gianforte had plead guilty to assaulting a Guardian reporter as a Congressional candidate last year. The President brought up the body slamming at the rally, which led to Cuomo asking “why does Trump praise bullies?” and comparing the audience at the rally, who cheered at the mention of the body slamming, to the audiences at the Roman coliseum.
On Friday's The Last Word on MSNBC, Lawrence O'Donnell was the latest example of the liberal news network peddling propaganda for Democrats as the MSNBC host hyped complaints about alleged voter suppression aimed at minorities while excluding critical pieces of the other side of the story.
Rodney King famously said, “Why can’t we all just get along?” Comic Sarah Silverman has been summoning that spirit while promoting her Hulu series, I Love You, America. Here’s the progressive comic detailing her mission statement for the politically-charged show last year: