It is nothing new for Fox’s The Simpsons to mock Christians, but it happened once again in the March 15 episode titled “Better Off Ned.” Bart Simpson found himself in trouble and facing suspension from school over a prank gone bad, so he used a fake hand grenade during a school performance to cause a commotion.



The Simpsons voiceover actor Hank Azaria is coming out about his recent decision to step down from the role of Indian “Kwik-E-Mart” owner Apu in the legendary animated series, claiming, “it just didn’t feel right.” Sure, dude, that’s exactly what we’d expect from someone who was scared straight by the Twitter woke mob.



No random opening is too small for a primetime show to incorporate the name of President Trump into an episode. An example of this is seen in the February 23 episode of Fox’s The Simpsons. In the episode titled “Frinkcoin”, Mr. Burns, Springfield’s wealthiest resident, discovers he is no longer the richest man in town.



Although there are a few shows to be thankful for, overall, tv is full of anti-conservative and anti-Thanksgiving messages. They'd rather have you feeling guilty than grateful. From calling Thanksgiving "unethical" to equating it to "genocide," "racism" and "Nazis," these shows have twisted the spirit of Thanksgiving into something unrecognizable and grotesque. Take a look at these turkeys.



It’s officially the week of Thanksgiving, or as liberals like to call it “Genocide Day.” It’s practically a tradition as old as turkey to have leftist shows claim the holiday celebrates pilgrims killing innocent Native Americans. Fox’s long-running series The Simpsons keeps the sentiment going with reminding people that pilgrims were “oppressive colonizers.”



For the second time in three episodes, The Simpsons attacked President Donald Trump's tax cuts and pushed for government subsidized health insurance in season 30 episode 23, titled “Crystal Blue-Haired Persuasion,” which aired on Sunday night.
 



The Simpsons went after President Donald Trump and pushed hard for progressive policy in season 30 episode 21 titled “D’oh Canada” which aired on Sunday night.



The Simpsons took a refreshingly sensible approach, mocking feminism in season 30 episode 18 titled, “Bart vs. Itchy & Scratchy” which aired on Sunday night.



The Simpsons took aim at President Donald Trump in a subtle manner in season 30 episode 11, titled “Mad About the Toy” which aired on Sunday night.



The Simpsons repeated the popular left-wing narrative of rampant racism in the United States in season 30, episode nine, titled “Daddicus Finch,” which aired on Sunday night.



Adult cartoons may be known for poking fun at just about anyone and anything, and it may be good to keep a sense of humor and not take them too seriously, but still, there are times when their lampooning can be a bit much. Case in point, Sunday’s episode of Fox’s The Simpsons, “Flanders’ Ladder,” which labeled Christianity a “dopey religion” and fetishized the crucifix.



Being offended can only get one so far. Just look at the liberal media.

After many news outlets criticized The Simpsons for the character of Apu, for being an “Indian stereotype,” the show’s creator, Matt Groening, finally addressed the controversy. But not quite the way the left wanted him to.