The Washington Post sure misses irony, well unless their latest fawning book review is a big joke, because they touted the new memoir of anti-semitic activist Linda Sarsour as a fearless work aimed a destroying the “normalization of hate.” Really, Linda Sarsour? The Israel-hating, Hamas-fraternizing defender of Sharia law who was removed from far-left orgs like the Women’s March because she was a liability for their image? You’ve got to be joking.
Don’t be fooled. Though Ellen Degeneres may be the pleasant, smiling face of popular daytime talk show Ellen, some of the people calling the shots behind the scenes aren’t quite as jovial and happy-go-lucky as their brand pays them to appear. Though he tries to toe the well-adjusted, normal guy line for the sake of his career, Ellen executive producer Andy Lassner turns into a quaking, rage-filled troll every time President Trump tweets.
In a time when many Christians are going out of their way to ease the suffering of those who have contracted Chinese Virus, lefties are going out of their way to trash them because of their beliefs. On Wednesday radical progressives smeared Rev. Franklin Graham and his charity’s makeshift coronavirus clinics because the Christian and son of Billy Graham disagrees with homosexual marriage. Yeah how’s that for unifying in times of crisis?
If your so-called “buddy” told you almost a full term into your presidency that you “didn’t give a shit about public service” or that the only reason folks were tuning into your pandemic press conferences was because they are “scared shitless,” would you consider that friendly constructive criticism, or cutthroat negativity from yet another leftwing opponent?
Guardians of The Galaxy star and former WWE wrestler Dave Bautista is trying to impress his media and Hollywood friends by putting President Trump in a political half-nelson. The actor hopped on social media to torch Trump for supposedly botching the government’s response to the pandemic.
Lefties on George Soros’s payroll know that no good crisis should go to waste and are using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to peddle their communist garbage, like the idea that this crisis should remind society of its imperative to “abolish the family” and the “private household.” Wow, what a wonderful thought.
You know you live in a healthy society when its “elite” journalists demand even more dead bodies than those being produced by a pandemic.
For Hollywood, Trump’s talk of opening American businesses back up soon so that quarantine doesn’t completely derail the lives of millions amounts to him condemning Americans to death. Celebrities like Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) should be able to understand that a nine-month quarantine would harm the U.S. more than coronavirus ever could, but acknowledging that would make it harder to insinuate that the president’s a danger to “your loved ones.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s daughter just stepped in it, putting out a very vengeful and salacious tweet about how the neighbor who assaulted Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) at his own home “was right.” Not that her famous last name was respected in conservative circles, but Christine sure invited universal condemnation of the Pelosi family name with her disgusting partisan smear of the GOP lawmaker.
Oh Hollywood. To its denizens, everything that conservatives or Donald Trump mutter before the press is a cultish conspiracy theory, but celebs can push whatever anit-semitic fever dream BS they want and expect us to hear them out. That’s what actress Rosanna Arquette hoped for on Tuesday with her crazy anti-Israel tweet.
High Fidelity star Zoey Kravitz seems to have a pretty interesting sense of humor regarding the Coronavirus pandemic. The actress posted a joke photo of the virus to her Instagram account which had been altered to appear like it was made of red “MAGA” caps.
No way! No one is over hyping this coronavirus, much less weaponizing the hysteria for political purposes. Famous Hollywood people may be tweeting that the solution to coronavirus is removing President trump from office, but hey, that’s just being pragmatic and somehow in line with proper disease prevention … right?