Elise Ehrhard
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Pride Month is approaching and Hollywood plans to use the month of June to offend Americans with various bizarre manifestations of radical gender ideology.

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Hollywood corporations have spent years insulting mainstream American values and pushing woke lunacy. The month of April proved that they can no longer continue to do so without real-world financial consequences. 

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With disturbing regularity, massive entertainment conglomerates are targeting minors with the latest fads of Gay, Inc. The latest abomination comes from the streaming service Discovery+, owned by Warner Bros. Discovery.

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Do the corporate geniuses at Disney not understand that grooming minors is a bad thing? Do they not realize that the groomer label is one they should be running from instead of embracing?

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Netflix stocks plunged 25 percent in extended trading on Tuesday after the company revealed they lost 200,000 subscribers during the months of January-March. The drop shed about $38 billion off the company's stock market value.  Netflix shares are down 55 percent this year as of this writing and are likely to fall further.

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On Monday night, Vice President Kamala Harris and husband Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff headlined a fundraiser in the private Brentwood home of Walt Disney Television's Chairman of Entertainment Dana Walden and producer husband Matt Walden. 

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The Walt Disney Company has hired Kristina Schake, a long-time Democratic operative, gay rights activist and recent Biden administration aide as their new head of Global Communications.

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Sunday's 64th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS focused mostly on music instead of politics, with the notable exception of a surprise appearance via video from the president of the Ukraine.

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This year, the Academy Awards used Instagram influencers to try to boost the Oscars' show ratings. It helped a little. The ratings for this year's Academy Awards were higher than last year's train wreck, but the show still had the second-lowest ratings in Oscars history with 15.4 million viewers.

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Barely minutes into the 94th annual Academy Awards on ABC, the ceremony went obnoxiously woke.