Avengers: Endgame actor Mark Ruffalo is a major Bernie Bro. When he’s not starring in his fourth Marvel comic adaptation of the year, you can find the Hollywood leftie Hulking out over the socialist presidential candidate on Twitter and going green (in more ways than one) over the Vermont senator’s climate change initiatives.

 


MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace has been trying her hardest to prove her allegiance to Democrats by trashing the party she used to work for, at every opportunity she gets. Case in point, after cursing at FNC host Laura Ingraham on her program last week, she went on Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show, Wednesday, to double down on her offensive comments while giggling and yukking it up with the anti-Trump host about how much they both hate Republicans.



It would appear the media war on Christmas is far from over. As Stephen Colbert exemplified on Tuesday’s The Late Show, no event in American life, not even a holiday, is immune from political infusion. Colbert had no qualms in letting the audience know of his excitement for Wednesday’s Impeachment hearings, considering his fan base shares in the anticipation alongside of him.



All Americans love when millionaire television hosts preach forced wealth redistribution from their ivory towers, right? This is the latest liberal cause late night host Stephen Colbert advocated for on Thursday’s Late Show, during an interview with CBS’s John Dickerson.
 



Because there can be no respite from lefty’s media’s Trump-impeachment narrative, late night host Stephen Colbert got British actors Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren to do a dramatic reading of Trump’s phone call with Ukranian president Zelensky. Gag.



One would think viewers must be exhausted by the never-ending parade of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates on the late night circuit. However, Stephen Colbert's liberal audience apparently does not feel the way, considering Tuesday’s Late Show featured Senator Amy Klobachar.
 



Rather than subject herself to an actual news interview, on Thursday, shortly after the vote in Congress to formally endorse an impeachment inquiry against President Trump, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went directly to liberal Late Show host Stephen Colbert to celebrate the radically partisan move. She was predictably treated to a hero’s welcome and even thanked Colbert for his supposed “patriotism.”



On Monday, the first weeknight after U.S. special forces terminated ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the network late-night shows didn't tone down their anti-Trump aggression one iota. On CBS, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert began with footage of D.C. baseball fans booing President Trump at the World Series, and Team Colbert imagined the crowd began singing a witless ditty changing the lyrics of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" to "Take Him Out of the Office." 



Most Americans find themselves in a constant state of fatigue for celebrities and their allies in the liberal media endlessly lecturing them on political matters. John Lithgow was the latest far-left celeb to engage on this, appearing on Tuesday’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
 



It’s been a long time since the executives at CBS News have had something to cheer about in the ratings, and that trend continues despite the replacement of the previous Evening News anchor Jeff Glor with female host Norah O’Donnell. In addition, the network is paying O’Donnell at least $7 million per year, much more than the $2 million Glor received during the 18 months he sat in the anchor chair.



New York Times media reporter John Koblin made the front page of Monday’s Business section with “As News Drives Late Night, Anchors Join A-List,” which snuck in ideological bias and promoted MSNBC host (and Russia-gate obsessive) Rachel Maddow with a photo talking to late-night host Stephen Colbert. Yet again, the Times promotes and celebrates the mere fact of liberals talking to liberals, with the anti-Trump ideological content unacknowledged, while liberal Times readers experience the joy of raeding about their left-wing heroes on both sides of the desk.



Politicians, they are just like us. There are very few people who enjoy the ever-nauseating segments where presidential candidates attempt to humanize themselves by relating to ordinary citizens on liberal television shows. Despite that, Stephen Colbert invited some of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates to participate in one of these stunts on The Late Show, Wednesday night.