Michael Moore experienced a moment of clarity during his podcast on Thursday, claiming that there seems to be a pattern that despite prideful Dems’ idea that they’re smarter than Republicans, they keep losing. Oh, it seems he has caught on to smug liberals’ terrible political strategy. The documentary-maker and self-appointed Trump doomsday prophet interviewed comedian and writer Katie Halper on his January 23 episode of Rumble With Michael Moore.
Freeform’s Good Trouble timed a random pro-abortion criticism of conservative courts to air in an episode during the week of the March for Life. While hundreds of thousands of pro-life supporters are expected to gather in Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life Friday, liberal social justice warrior Callie Adams Foster bashes the desire of pro-life supporters to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Impeachment circus ringleader Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) may find his Hollywood screenwriting aspirations fulfilled after all. Many of tinseltown’s leading players have been so enamored with Schiff’s fictional impeachment arguments in the Senate trial that they are calling him a “rockstar,” an “American Hero,” and the key man for such an “historic moment.”
Last week, Paramount’s latest television series, 68 Whiskey, introduced viewers to the plight of Sergeant Rosa Alvarez (Cristina Rodlo) whose DACA status is being revoked. Thus, she’s being dismissed from the Army. January 22's episode, "Finger Lickin' Good" continues the storyline, with a lot of insults for our "racist goddamn country."
We’ve seen how little Freeform’s Party of Five thinks about U.S. immigration laws, but it turns out that was just the tip of the iceberg. Apparently, the 2020 reboot also doesn’t think highly of rich white people either. What a predictable development for this blatantly political show.
Amanda Marcotte is back with another searing indictment of President Trump, and by searing we mean she’s focused on bashing “white conservative” America and their self-manufactured, Fox News-curated victim status again.
If this week’s Impeachment drama hasn’t been exciting enough for you, let Hollywood transport you back to a time when impeachment trials had actual drama, even actual crimes. Hollywood execs dropped big news on Jan. 22 about their upcoming crime series on the Bill Clinton impeachment, announcing one of the shows newly-signed, big name lefty actors.
The impeachment trial in the Senate is finally underway, but this has been a long time coming for Hollywood. Ever since election night 2016 they have been desperate for ways to overturn the results. Their fevered dreams of removing Trump from office, especially via impeachment or the 25th Amendment, have bled over into their tv scripts. Whether its addressing Trump directly or using other presidential characters as stand-ins to show how easy it could be, several shows have had storylines about the president being removed in the Trump era. Here are the top six.
Ivanka Trump knows how to handle obnoxious CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta.The eldest daughter of President Donald Trump and wife to Trump senior advisor Jared Kushner showed how to put the pushy journalist in his place. Like any self-respecting Trump, Ivanka completely ignored him.
Though the impeachment trial won’t be deciding anything for a while still, lefty Twitter has hinted at the ultimate result of the sham no matter what “verdict” materializes, and that is either Trump’s removed from office or it’s proof that there are even more coverups going on.
As our nation celebrated and honored the great Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, one show on television was furthering racial divisions by portraying white police officers as racist bullies who will shoot an innocent little boy just because he’s black, and claiming that racist white business owners are becoming “the new normal.” This, after leaving us with an episode that mocked Christianity before taking their winter break.
After everything we’ve seen from The Young Pope, the only way HBO’s follow-up The New Pope would stand out is if it tried to be reverent. Unfortunately, even after two episodes, it’s clear that we’re just going back to the same pattern of being obscene and insulting the Church. The “Second Episode” proves that with more nudity and a jab on how the Church “loves.”