Now that she’s had some time to rest, recover, and heal from her TDS, Schumer accepted an offer from Paramount + to bring the show back, jokingly posting on her Twitter account that her goal is to “burn any remaining bridges.”
Indigenous Americans have been making strides in entertainment with two shows written by and for Native Americans, "Reservation Dogs" and "Rutherford Falls." Unfortunately, in doing so, they’ve also promoted hatred and racism towards white people and often use exaggerated caricatures of white people as the butt of their jokes.
On Wednesday’s episode, “It’s a Vibe,” the new characters are sitting at a hookah bar discussing their thoughts on marriage after witnessing a failed marriage proposal between two original characters.
Woke liberals would have us believe that white racism is a serious threat in America. They should look around on Twitter for the truth.
The show even goes so far as to claim that late, former President Ronald Reagan was a "genocidal clown" during the height of the AIDS crisis in the 1980s.
The pro-abortion movement loves to throw around the word “choice” to describe themselves and their mission, but that falls flat when you consider the only choice they support is abortion. It’s pro-lifers who are on the front lines helping women with two choices (keeping the baby and adoption) while the so-called “pro-choicers” only support one (abortion).
Rarely will you hear anyone in Hollywood admitting they push leftist propaganda onto viewers. But with the overturning of Roe, Hollywood is losing its mind, and in the process, revealing its true agenda. Case in point, a recent story in The Hollywood Reporter (THR) that openly revealed how Hollywood plans to push abortion even harder now that Roe has been overturned.
Season two of Peacock’s comedy Rutherford Falls released on June 16 and there was still plenty of hatred towards white people, unfortunately, albeit not quite as bad as season one. They attempted to excuse it this time with the “white fragility” argument, which is all too typical from the left.
Disney-owned ABC continued its anti-parental rights storyline on Wednesday’s "A Million Little Things" as trans student Madison/Maddox (Romany Malco) snuck out of her house after her parents told her they were pulling her from her school, Sussex Prep. Panicked, her father Clark (Sebastien Roberts) reaches out to her teacher Rome in a desperate attempt to find her. And like an old ABC After School Special, Clark begins to see the woke light after Rome schools him about his trans daughter.
CBS viewers have been enjoying a long reprieve from seeing liberal rants after their favorite sitcoms via producer Chuck Lorre’s vanity cards. That reprieve came to an end on Thursday when, following Young Sheldon, Lorre’s 706th card aired, ranting about his “hatred” and “rage” towards Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.