Law and Order: SVU
NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is really stretching that “ripped from the headlines” mindset with its latest episode. Not only does SVU maintain the media lie about the Covington Catholic kids (this time with Jewish students), the show also manages to play defense for Rep. Ilhan Omar (with a Muslim councilwoman standing in for "Native American elder" Nathan Phillips). Who knew you could fit so much intersectional dishonesty into one hour?
April has come and gone with no shortage of absolute hatred and contempt from media progressives. Entertainment programming from major networks, cable TV and popular streaming services have delivered another 40 deranged anti-Trump/conservative scenes for impressionable viewers, providing God-fearing viewers another valid reason to grab those torches and pitchforks. Much of this month’s material is simply monstrous.
It’s not often I say this: well done, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The NBC series has been reliably liberal lately, almost to the point of peddling lies for primetime. However, the latest episode is an undeniably heartwarming reminder of the humanity of an unborn child, even if he or she is the product of rape.
NBC’s Law and Order: Special Victims Unit is back with another whopper of an episode. After covering illegal immigration and school shootings, the fictional cop show kicks the bias up a notch by addressing the Justice Kavanaugh allegations. What could possibly go right with this?
Last week's NBC's Law & Order: SVU got off to a pretty rough start. Now it seems like one of the writers saw that school shooting premiere and thought, “We can do worse!” The latest mess of liberal propaganda focuses on the separation of families at the border, and, just as expected, everything goes wrong.
NBC’s Law and Order: Special Victims Unit has returned for a 20th season which ties it with Gunsmoke and the original Law and Order for the longest-running scripted drama series ever. What’s more impressive is that it has managed to last this long while being so one-sided pandering to the left. This September 27 premiere marks the pivotal TV tying record by depicting, of all things, a school shooting.
Look, the left wants you to believe that America is still a very racist country and that all manner of racial injustice and hate crimes are occuring like never before. And of course, Hollywood is here to reinforce that idea. NBC has just announced Law & Order: Hate Crimes.
The May 17 episode of NBC’s reliably liberal Law and Order: Special Victims Unit quickly picked up the mantle of anti-Christian media, portraying Christians as humorless stiffs who believe rape can cure homosexuality. The episode centers on Ann Davenport, a small town girl from Indiana on a church trip to New York City. While the group is meandering through Times Square, Ann has the audacity to reach out to her lesbian friend Lydia who left Indiana at 16 to move to the city.
In an overt nod to the continued liberal outcry about North Carolina's House Bill 2, Law and Order: SVU took up the transgender cause once again on Wednesday in the episode “Broken Rhymes” by depicting an innocent male to female transgender getting brutally beaten and raped in a public restroom.
We all know that Hollywood is bigoted and anti-Christian all year round, but they seem to take particular delight in flipping Christians the bird during Holy Week, the week between Palm Sunday and Easter. From corruption in the Catholic Church, to mocking Christians' concept of God, to stripper nuns, here are the top 5 most shockingly blasphemous scenes that aired on network TV this week.
Holy Week is a time for reflection, prayer, and bashing the Roman Catholic Church on network television, apparently. The previous episode of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, "Manhattan Transfer," ended with the sex crimes unit bagging two undercover vice cops, a nun, and numerous public and church officials in an underage sex trafficking sting, but the episode left audiences with more questions than answers.
While HBO’s “Newsroom” is surely today’s leading liberal fantasy news show, it is following in a format pioneered by the overwrought crime drama series “Law and Order” and its various clone shows.
The producers of “Law and Order: SVU” reminded everyone of that recently by actually writing and filming an episode in which a character based on Paula Deen kills a Trayvon Martin character.