The much-anticipated new Hulu production based on the bestselling book by Celeste Ng, Little Fires Everywhere, debuted with a 3-episode release on Wednesday, and while the book had some political tones, the show is saturated with a liberal agenda.



People in either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sander’s camp are all conservative-hating anti-middle class loons, but they refuse to recognize that about each other and team up to defeat the evil orange man. Even Hollywood's wokest are fighting a civil war and that means conservatives are grabbing the popcorn cause it’s quite a show watching the left implode.



We always knew that once Elizabeth Warren had to exit the primary race there would be plenty of complaints that it was because she was a woman and America is a sexist place, especially from Hollywood. Though it’s pretty ironic to see the woke Hollywood crowd lecture the country about this.



By the end of her NBC Nightly News report on Thursday, it was clear that chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell was let down by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) dropping out of the Democratic race for president. It was loaded with gushy declarations about how iconic the Senator was with no mention of her lies about Native American heritage.



Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the 2020 presidential race March 5, and in that instant one could feel a great disturbance in the feminist force, as if a million voices cried out in terror that once again a woman was unfairly blocked out of her shot. Medium’s Jessica Valenti, a radical feminist with a history of blaming the world’s problems on the patriarchy, let out a loud lamentation about the Senator from Massachusetts’ untimely fate, arguing that her lack of success in the race was the fault of “America’s sexism.” Oh this should be good.



Fallout from the #MeToo sexual harassment accusations that began in 2017 continued to play out on Wednesday, when a former PBS talk show host was ordered by a judge to reimburse a total of nearly $1.5 million. The ruling calls for Tavis Smiley -- who was suspended by PBS on December 13, 2017 -- to pay the network $1.486 million after accusations arose that he violated the “morals clause” in his contract by sexually assaulting several women who were guests or otherwise took part in episodes of his program.



After MSNBC Hardball host Chris Matthews was forced out of a job Monday, the hosts of ABC’s The View had mixed reactions on Tuesday’s show. While some of the hosts praised Matthews, Joy Behar revealed she was fed up with the host’s sexist remarks about women. In particular, she was peeved he had complimented Republican women’s appearances while disparaging Hillary Clinton’s.



What on earth is Joss Whedon smoking? The filmmaker behind Marvel’s The Avengers, sci fi TV series Firefly, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer posted an unhinged and downright strange assessment of the current state of American politics, insisting that despite all their flaws, Democrats are at least trying to do the right thing while Republicans are “murderous” and “poisonous.”



MSNBC’s Hardball is no more! That was part of the somber announcement host Chris Matthews made at the top of the program on Monday when he announced his retirement from the network. The move came after a week of pressure from supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and the #MeToo movement for him to be fired for controversial comments he had made. The pressure appeared so great that he wasn’t even permitted to finish the final episode of his show, with Steve Kornacki taking over.



Adding another arrow to her quiver of crazy, radical feminist commentator and occasional New York Times columnist Jill Filipovic took to social media to disparage most of the remaining Democratic presidential field. No, not because they embody some of the worst values in human history, but because each of their skin tones is white and they each have male genitalia.



Another week, another episode of liberal lectures from the sexually graphic Freeform teen drama The Bold Type. Thursday’s episode, “To Peg or Not to Peg,” was all about how the liberal boogeyman known as “the patriarchy” is responsible for everything, from women not wanting to discuss their private parts with each other to a man not feeling comfortable dating a woman who is more dominant to Kat (Aisha Dee) having some hesitation when a man asks her to dominate him via “pegging.”



In one of the strangest “feel-good” stories you’re likely to find, Good Morning America featured a segment on four different women and their kids, who were conceived all from the same male donor. The big hook is that these separate “half-families” have met up and become some sort of hybrid family, which is sweet in a grotesque and depraved sort of way.