Wednesday, actor Peter Fonda went on quite the Twitter tirade, calling for harm to be done to members of the Trump family. Not even the left-leaning Slate Magazine could defend Fonda’s remarks, calling them “obscene and sexist.”
On Thursday’s The View, the hosts talked with Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon, who is challenging Andrew Cuomo for his seat in New York’s gubernatorial race. The radical activist only got softball questions from the friendly hosts, despite saying some pretty controversial things at the table.
As they did last week along with the other networks, ABC led its Monday morning Good Morning America by hyping complaints from Democrats and liberals about the Trump Administration border policy. Correspondent Marcus Moore’s report even touted a celebrity’s curse-filled rant at the GOP without acknowledging the profanity.
Stranger Things star and Hollywood It Girl Millie Bobby Brown recently deleted her Twitter account after being made the subject of satirical homophobic memes.
Elton John has been contributing to the social media censorship debate, urging social media companies to further crackdown on hate-speech. If they don’t wise up, the legendary singer is calling for a boycott.
A broken clock is right twice a day, right? Well it appears on Monday’s edition of Morning Joe that MSNBC host Joe Scarborough watered his long-neglected and often-forgotten blue collar roots. Firstly, he reminded the largely anti-Trump audience of Sunday night's Tony Awards that the “low light of the evening” was “brought to you by Robert de Niro.”
On Monday’s The View, the hosts briefly reacted to actor Robert De Niro’s unhinged bleep-worthy outburst against President Trump at last night’s Tony Awards ceremony. As usual, a liberal host praised the crude outburst against the president while Republican host Meghan McCain rightly noted the left’s hypocrisy on Trump and inflammatory rhetoric.
Ah, graduation season. A time when fresh young minds leave their liberal ivy league bubbles, but not before receiving one last course of progressive indoctrination at the hands of some tinseltown pop culture politician. This past weekend, Dartmouth University’s Class of 2018 received their diplomas and a charming send off from Dartmouth alum, Mindy Kaling.
On Friday, Morning Joe hosts took turns tearing into former New York City Mayor and Donald Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani. Again, they went off the rails after replaying a clip of his recent criticisms of porn star Stormy Daniels, who recently accused President Trump of having a consensual affair with her in 2006.
By no means does actress Jodie Foster consider herself a political person and, when pressed, she’ll admit that Hollywood types should not be held by the public to have enlightened political opinions. Still, that doesn’t deter her from being very anti-gun. And with the subject of “sensible” gun laws in vogue, Foster is using her platform to promote firearm restrictions, because how on earth does a human being even require such a weapon?
During a CNN panel debate Sunday on whether or not Samantha Bee deserved to be compared to Roseanne Barr, host Brian Stelter and his liberal guests somehow turned the conversation back to blame Trump for the female comedians’ offensive comments.
While several prominent science and tech gurus moonlight as liberal mouthpieces for the mainstream media, there’s one tech giant who might be on the path to forming his own opinion as to how dishonest journalism has become.