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Crazed Lib Alyssa Milano Wants To ‘Hold Trump Accountable for Russia’

Tinfoil hats are rarely a good look -- even the chic designer kind Hollywood celebrities can afford. But here come TV stars Alyssa Milano and Misha Collins, barking conspiracy theories and joining the throng of actors who want to be activists. Amber Tamblyn, see what you started?

The Daily Beast’s Marlow Stern started his interview with Milano with this introduction, “When it comes to 80’s TV icons the right may have Chachi [Scott Baio] but the left has Milano.” Which, honestly, is delicious, since Milano’s latest claim to fame is that she may have indirectly assisted Republican Karen Handel to win Georgia’s special election against Jon Ossoff last month. Milano campaigned heavily for Ossoff over Twitter, mainly because Ossoff -- most of whose money came from Hollywood -- supported abortion rights, while Handel was pro-life.

Milano and Supernatural actor Misha Collins have started a website for the sole purpose of “holding the Trump administration accountable for collusion with Russia.” The website, tellyourreps.com, encourages people to contact their lawmakers to “put country before party.” The front page of the site says “this issue is bigger than partisan politics; it’s about safeguarding our democratic institutions.”  

The site offers “optional talking points” for talking to either Democratic or Republican representatives. Viewers are encouraged to “thank [Democratic Reps] for standing up to the White House, and for ensuring that the legislature maintains checks and balances.”  However, when it comes to Republicans, there is a different stance. “Tell them that you’re an active vote...very concerned about the Trump White House’s connection with Russia. Urge them to hold the WH accountable.” So bipartisan the site isn’t.

Milano ironically stated to the Daily Beast: “It’s very easy to sit behind our computers and bitch about the administration, but in everything I do I want to empower people to make a difference,” she told Stern. Which is a nice change. Her tweets have been nothing but a constant stream of trash-talk aimed at the Trump administration. In fact, the pinned tweet on her account said, “Those that tell me not to tweet politics because I am an uninformed celebrity are the same people that voted for … an uninformed celebrity.”

However, despite all of her bashing on conservative values, Milano would like to be known as someone who endorses American values. Like abortion and climate change. “I feel like the far-right has hijacked the word ‘patriot,’ and it upsets me. I’m not any less of a patriot because my ideas are different,” she whined.

Define patriot, please.

Singer/Songwriter: Trump is a 'F—–g Orange Rat'

Yet another artist is getting publicity only for apparently bashing Trump in and outside of his career.

Singer/songwriter Conor Oberst, allegedly known for his “bracingly political music,” aired his grievances against the President of the United States in an interview with the New York Daily News. He was excused as having more reason to be angry with the POTUS than most people because his wife is a Mexican immigrant, who became a United States citizen in December of 2016.

The story built up Oberst to be “completely exhausted” by the current administration. Odd, because he’s a musician. Politics shouldn’t bother him all that much. If he objected to Trump so strongly, he should be happy to have so much content to sell to his audience. However, he is constantly “depressed” by seeing what he called “that f-----g orange rat” on the television.

“People have told Conor Oberst that art thrives in turbulent political climates -- but he’s not sure it’s worth it,” began Spencer Dukoff. Oberst apparently has sold a lot of records related to politics over the past 25 years, along with songs about prostitutes, communism, and marital infidelity.

Salutations, his latest album, focused on all of these topics. In “Too Late to Fixate,” the artist sang about looking for a prostitute (and finding one) while his wife is away.

“My wife takes a vacation/One she can’t afford. /I go fishin’ the alleys / for someone to escort.”

And in the song, “Afterthought”:

“I woke up this mornin’ still wearin’ that tie/The one with the hammer and sickle design.”

His comments about “fucking orange rat” Trump in the NY Daily News sounded like a desperate call for attention. “I don’t think he should be able to be the coach of a Little League team. I think he’s that big of a piece of s--t.”

Seems a bit hypocritical coming from someone who wrote a song about escorts.

GMA, Late Night TV Promoted R. Kelly, Ignored Sex Crime Allegations

The media can turn anyone into a hero or a villain. In the case of R&B pop star R. Kelly, they’ve promoted his career and downplayed at least 15 years of sex crime allegations. He’s been featured both as a guest and musical performer on top network shows.

Late night TV talk programs such as The Tonight Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, as well as daytime’s Good Morning America, have given the singer glowing airtime and promotions for his many albums. Kimmel gave a friendly interview to the singer on December 4, 2013, and said to him, “There is so much I could learn from you.” Nothing was said about allegations about sex with underage girls.

The latest allegations against Kelly are the most alarming. BuzzFeed News unveiled a shocking expose alleging in the title that that the singer is “Is Holding Women Against Their Will” as part of a “cult.”

Six girls are supposedly living with him, according to BuzzFeed News reporter Jim DeRogatis, some of whom are being kept out of communication with their families or anyone outside Kelly’s circle. Parents said they believe that Kelly “controls every aspect” of their daughters’ lives.  

One of the parents was quoted as saying, “I was really impressed with him at first, because I have always been an R. Kelly fan.” It’s odd that she seemingly knew nothing about his sex offense allegations.

Bizarre sex claims have followed Kelly -- incident after incident -- with little broadcast news coverage. In 2002, NBC’s Today show made a brief announcement that the singer was “behind bars” facing child pornography charges. According to the Chicago Tribune, in 2008 R. Kelly was “tried and acquitted” on 14 charges that involved a sex tape he made with his underage goddaughter.. The Daily Beast, in 2016, called the singer a “noted sexual predator” and said that R. Kelly “has a history of preying on underage girls.”

And in 2014, Slate ran a story called, “Why Does Alleged Sexual Predator R. Kelly Still Have a Career?” Josh Levin, author of the piece, said that while Bill Cosby had been destroyed by the media, Kelly “continues to get a pass.”

This is the same person that Kimmel wanted to “learn from” in his interview. Throughout the banter on the episode between Kimmel and R. Kelly, Kimmel asked the singer, “How do you know you’re a sex genius?”

Much of that controversy also predated his interview with Jimmy Fallon, on The Tonight Show in 2015 Fallon called R. Kelly “the reigning king of R&B.” And GMA introduced him as “R&B winner R. Kelly,” who “stopped by GMA for a very special performance.” Both shows gave the singer between 3 and 5 minutes of glossy air-time, with no mention of any controversy whatsoever.

So how exactly did these parents and these girls miss the many allegations against Kelly? The networks might have had something to do with it. According to Nexis transcripts, ABC’s Primetime Live ran a interview with R. Kelly, on October 7, 2004, that defended him against the allegations, and quoted him as saying, “I am not no demon. I’m no devil. I’m no criminal.” Jay Schadler asked him questions about “being a Christian man,” his music, and his mother. Kelly also said, “If I could have I would have married my mom.”  Very few questions were asked about the allegations.

A year later, in 2005, ABC News showcased R. Kelly’s participation in the Hurricane Katrina relief album Come Together Now: “R. Kelly is among the many artists adding their voices to a hurricane relief album.” While five other artists were mentioned, R. Kelly was placed above all the rest.

On June 20, 2009, NBC Dateline ran a story memorializing pop star Michael Jackson. The episode showcased him as the “Prince of Pop.”  When asked, music journalist Toure admitted that R. Kelly was one of the many artists following Jackson’s “blueprint” of stardom, along with other artists such as Beyonce and Britney Spears.  The irony may be highlighted in the November 22, CBS 48 Hour Investigation from 2003, where the host linked Michael Jackson to R. Kelly, calling them both “underage sex suspects.”

In 2016, Fallon allowed R. Kelly a spot on his December 23, Christmas special, where Kelly sang a song from his Christmas album. This appearance came just days after BET reported that a petition had been launched to ban the singer from a music festival, Soulquarius, because of his past allegations.

Colbert to ‘Hate Group’ Helping Christian Baker: ‘Let Your Hate Flag Fly!’

Yet another media mogul has slammed religious freedom group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) as an “anti-LGBTQ hate group” as it defends a Christian baker who refused to sell a cake for a gay couple’s wedding. This time, it was late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert.

On July 14, Colbert started a monologue that was aimed at Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Quoting NBC and CNN, Colbert said, “Earlier this week, Sessions spoke to an anti-LGBTQ hate group in a closed door speech.”

Colbert looked into the camera, “Come on guys it’s 2017! It’s ok to come out: let your hate flag fly! You’re here, you fear, we’re used to it!”

The Alliance Defending Freedom is providing baker Jack Phillips with representation in an upcoming Supreme Court case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The group has demanded an apology from the networks who smeared it with the label “hate group.”

The late-night talk show host clearly failed to do any homework on what the ADF actually is, and let the nets speak for him instead. “No cake for gays, no bathrooms for transgender people,” Colbert listed off what he thought the ADF believed in.

Neither of those accusations made any sense. The baker represented by the ADF told the courts that if it were a cake for any other occasion (besides a homosexual wedding), he would have sold it to the gay couple currently suing him. And nowhere does the ADF list that they don’t believe transgender people should use the bathroom. At that point, both Colbert and NBC seem like they are desperately grasping at straws in order to have something to throw at the ADF.

Colbert then went on to “speculate” just what Sessions’ speech was to the ADF. Using a Keebler cookie to represent Sessions, he told the audience, “Pay no attention to the man behind the cookie!”

Time magazine reported in a summary of Colbert’s diatribe that “The ADF was designated as a hate group by the SPLC in 2016.” Salon raved over the monologue, saying “Leave it to Colbert to perfectly parody the likely bigoted speech.” Huffpost titled their article, “Stephen Colbert Shreds Jeff Sessions for Meeting with Anti-LGBTQ group.” Nobody bothered to point out the obvious errors made in the monologue and in NBC’s story.

Colbert to ‘Hate Group’ Helping Christian Baker: ‘Let Your Hate Flag Fly!’

Yet another media mogul has slammed religious freedom group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) as an “anti-LGBTQ hate group” as it defends a Christian baker who refused to sell a cake for a gay couple’s wedding. This time, it was late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert.

On July 14, Colbert started a monologue that was aimed at Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Quoting NBC and CNN, Colbert said, “Earlier this week, Sessions spoke to an anti-LGBTQ hate group in a closed door speech.”

Colbert looked into the camera, “Come on guys it’s 2017! It’s ok to come out: let your hate flag fly! You’re here, you fear, we’re used to it!”

The Alliance Defending Freedom is providing baker Jack Phillips with representation in an upcoming Supreme Court case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The group has demanded an apology from the networks who smeared it with the label “hate group.”

The late-night talk show host clearly failed to do any homework on what the ADF actually is, and let the nets speak for him instead. “No cake for gays, no bathrooms for transgender people,” Colbert listed off what he thought the ADF believed in.

Neither of those accusations made any sense. The baker represented by the ADF told the courts that if it were a cake for any other occasion (besides a homosexual wedding), he would have sold it to the gay couple currently suing him. And nowhere does the ADF list that they don’t believe transgender people should use the bathroom. At that point, both Colbert and NBC seem like they are desperately grasping at straws in order to have something to throw at the ADF.

Colbert then went on to “speculate” just what Sessions’ speech was to the ADF. Using a Keebler cookie to represent Sessions, he told the audience, “Pay no attention to the man behind the cookie!”

Time magazine reported in a summary of Colbert’s diatribe that “The ADF was designated as a hate group by the SPLC in 2016.” Salon raved over the monologue, saying “Leave it to Colbert to perfectly parody the likely bigoted speech.” Huffpost titled their article, “Stephen Colbert Shreds Jeff Sessions for Meeting with Anti-LGBTQ group.” Nobody bothered to point out the obvious errors made in the monologue and in NBC’s story.

Nets Ignore ‘Hate Group’ Smear, Cover Game of Thrones Instead

ABC and NBC can’t seem to accept the consequences of their mistakes. Instead of focusing on the apology called for by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), the nets decided to cover Game of Thrones instead, calling it “the show so big it crashed the Internet.”

In a statement to the MRC, ADF slammed the networks for “journalistic malpractice.”

On July 14, after several networks ran a story calling the ADF an “anti-LGBTQ hate group,” the ADF demanded an apology from the networks -- specifically ABC, the main offender. The religious freedom group that is representing the Christian baker, Jack Phillips, in the Supreme Court has defended itself by announcing that they are not a “hate group.” However, instead of recognizing the statement made by the ADF, both ABC and NBC decided to ignore the call for retraction and cover the new Game of Thrones season instead.

On ABC’s Good Morning America, both on Sunday, July 16, and Monday, July 17, the network spent 3 minutes and 53 seconds on GoT. They even interviewed Lindsay Miller, editor of “PopSugar,” about the show.

NBC’s Today spent about 30 seconds on the “popular” show, addressing singer Ed Sheeran’s cameo in the latest episode.

If the networks have time for this, don’t they have time to salvage their reputation and acknowledge the ADF properly?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave a speech to the ADF on July 11, but journalists were not granted access to the audience. In a story released on July 12, ABC referred to the ADF as a “hate group” not once, not twice, but three times, citing the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as their source. Several other networks, including NBC, followed suit.

SPLC provided a “hate map” that encouraged shooter Floyd Lee Corkins to target the Family Research Council. The media needs to stop using this source, because it is supporting dangerous behavior that has resulting in such shootings.

Since then, the ADF has asked for an apology from the networks, especially from ABC. The Washington Times reported that as of Sunday, July 16, the religious freedom group was still waiting to hear a retraction from the major networks. At the same time, Time magazine published an article reviewing Stephen Colbert’s review of the ADF. While Time magazine referred to the ADF as a “hate group,” Colbert cited both ABC and NBC in his monologue.

“Come on guys, let your hate flag fly,” he addressed the audience. He quoted NBC accusing the ADF of writing “model legislation. . .aimed at keeping transgender people out of restrooms.”

The director of communications for the ADF, Kerri Kupec, told MRC Culture that “ABC News has committed journalistic malpractice. For ABC News to essentially cut and paste false charges against Alliance Defending Freedom by a radically left-wing, violence-inciting organization like Southern Poverty Law Center is a discredit to ABC News and to the profession.”

She went on to say, “Alliance Defending Freedom is one of the most respected and successful Supreme Court advocates in the legal profession, having won seven cases at the high court in the last seven years . . . ADF works everyday to preserve and affirm free speech and the free exercise of religion for people from all walks of life and all backgrounds because we believe freedom is for everyone.”

The National Review recently published an article that asked the media to stop citing the SPLC as a valuable source. David French, senior writer, said that “Media outlets who use the SPLC to assess Christian speech expose only their own bias and incompetence.”

Oops: Vogue’s ‘Gender Politics’ Under Fire For ‘Cultural Appropriation’

Cultural appropriation isn’t just for barbeque and white people’s dreadlocks any more. It’s now oppressive towards the gender bending community.  How dare Zayn Malik avoid wearing a ballgown and makeup for Vogue!!

Cosmopolitan contributor Jacob Tobia was significantly peeved by Vogue’s cover shoot of singer Zayn Malik and model Gigi Hadid, because Vogue described the stars as “embracing gender fluidity.” In the liberal universe, there’s no higher compliment, right? Wrong. Why? Because neither of these celebrities are apparently “#GenderfluidGoals.” Ultimately, Vogue committed the mortal sin of “cultural appropriation,” by dressing a woman in a blazer.

“Gigi and Zayn are not the faces of the nonbinary or genderqueer movement as Vogue would have its readers think,” Tobia complained. What would have made the allegedly controversial cover shoot sufficiently genderqueer, at least for Cosmo, would have been a photo of Zayn in female drag and makeup.

Tobia addressed Vogue directly, saying, “If you’re going to make Zayn a new face of the genderqueer community, the least you could do is give us a solid, smoldering portrait of him in a ballgown with a bold lip.” That would be apology enough for Tobia.

Once again, it’s not enough for the Hollywood and fashion industries to normalize, celebrate and hype the idea of being gender-queer or transsexual. Tobia was “fed up” with the appropriation of “gender fluid identities for those in the cultural elite in a way that totally whitewashes the lived experiences of gender-nonconforming people.”

Tobia, who apparently gets up in drag,  went on to list in detail the amount of harassment he had received in the past, receiving between “10 and 20 slurs” every day. And Vogue’s depiction of the free and easy gender-bending lifestyle counts offensive to the gender-bender community. Mostly because the couple presented in the cover is guilty of “using fairly conventional masculinity and femininity to build their respective brands.”

Basically, Vogue should have given, in Tobia’s opinion, “credit, collaboration, or compensation” to the spokespeople for the gender-queer population. Tobia is willing to take the hit for the good of the people. One has to wonder if his accusations stem from general dissatisfaction with his own job. Since he was so eager for compensation.

The accusation of cultural appropriation hits hard in the fashion community, apparently. Vogue issued an apology through its spokeperson: “We are sorry the story did not correctly reflect the spirit -- we missed the mark. We look forward to continuing the conversation with greater sensitivity.”

Emmys #SoLeft: Biased Nominations Showcase Only Liberal Actors and Shows

Hollywood has never beat around the bush when it comes to proclaiming its politics -- and that includes the shows and stars the industry honors with nominations and awards.   

Yesterday, July 13, the complete list for the Emmy nominations was released. Most of nominees were shows or actors that supported Planned Parenthood, Hillary Clinton (or Bernie Sanders, in the case of Susan Sarandon), and supported the LGBTQ in their political correctness. In fact, some of the shows nominated have been so outspoken and even scandalous in their content that it seems as if the media will willingly praise only political, liberal programs as quality television.

The amount of liberal propaganda in these categories is so much that it can’t be just a coincidence.

In the categories for Best Actress for either drama, limited series, or comedy, all of the names should seem familiar. That’s because all of the nominees are well-known for their support of Planned Parenthood and outspoken campaigning for Clinton, (again, with the exception of Sarandon). There are a couple of exceptions: Nicole Kidman and Claire Foy are not United States citizens and therefore don’t really have a place in the American propaganda scheme.

Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Allison Janney, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Elisabeth Moss have all offered their financial and vocal support for Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion mill. Ellie Kemper, Pamela Adlon, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Viola Davis, Evan Rachel Wood, Robin Wright, Felicity Huffman and Reese Witherspoon all supported Clinton in her run for the presidency. Even Keri Russell, Carrie Coon, and Jessica Lange, who haven’t spoken out recently about politics, are Democrats. Based on their donations to Democrat politicians, listed on OpenSecrets.org, public endorsements of Democrat politicians, or public condemnations of Trump or other Republican politicians, there are no nominees in these categories who identify as Republican.

The same criticism applies to all the major best actor categories, be it drama, comedy, or limited series. All of the actors nominated are openly liberal, again with the exceptions of Benedict Cumberbatch, Ewan McGregor, and Geoffrey Rush, who are not United States citizens. Anthony Anderson, Aziz Ansari, Zach Galifianakis, Donald Glover, William H. Macy, Jeffrey Tambor, Sterling K. Brown, Bob Odenkirk, Matthew Rhys, Liev Schreiber, Kevin Spacey, Milo Ventimiglia, Riz Ahmed, Robert De Niro and John Turturro all identify as Democrat. Some actively campaigned for Hillary. Even actor Anthony Hopkins (who became an American citizen in 2000), has linked himself to liberal organizations such as Greenpeace. Again, no Republicans or independent affiliations here.

The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu’s breakout drama that has caused so many abortion-supporting feminists to dress in costumes mimicking the ones on the show, received a total of 6 nominations. While some of the nominations for Best Drama and Best Limited Series have steered clear of the in-your-face politics (such as FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan and HBO’s Big Little Lies), the majority of the shows nominated in these categories are left-wing. One that stands out above all the rest is Ron Howard’s series, Genius, which created a Nazi scientist character that was inspired by President Trump.

In the category for Best Comedy, all of the shows nominated are notorious for their political tantrums over Trump, their support of Hillary, and their feminist and liberal values. Some of the major offenders include “black-ish,” “Master of None,” and Veep. The show “black-ish,” which received four nominations total, has repeatedly focused on the election and questionable race policies. Master of None, starring Aziz Ansari, has gone out of its way to attack in the most vulgar manner possible conservative politicians, and judges, including Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. In their last season, Modern Family praised the Women’s March and highlighted the importance of raising a child to be gay, almost as if sexuality was a goal to be achieved. Even the adorable show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt changed its somewhat apolitical tune to address liberal values this season.

Not to mention when it came to late night talk shows, only the most political and anti-Trump were nominated for best program. Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Bill Maher were nominated, and the mostly apolitical Jimmy Fallon was snubbed completely. Even The Hollywood Reporter mentioned that being anti-Trump could give a “boost in Emmy buzz.”

Coincidence? Or extreme political bias? You decide.

Media Rely on Left-Wing Hate to Call Alliance Defending Freedom ‘Hate Group’

Apparently if you defend the 1st Amendment, you are guilty of hate speech. That’s the argument put forth by several news outlets -- ABC, NBC, CNN -- and even Teen Vogue.

On Tuesday night, June 11, Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave a speech to the members of the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a religious freedom group. The ADF is assisting the Supreme Court case involving Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who refused to bake a gay wedding cake.

Major networks are enraged. In headlines for both ABC and NBC, they called the ADF an “anti-LGBT hate group.” On what would the networks base that characterization? It’s the hysterical assessment of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

NBC quoted Democratic National Committee spokesman Joel Kasnetz in his condemnation of Sessions. Kasnetz accused the attorney general of “choosing to spend his time speaking in front of one of the country’s leading anti-LGBTQ hate groups.”

ABC further quoted Kasnetz as saying, “Sessions’ appearance at this event, as the top law enforcement official in the country, brings in to question whether the attorney general intends to protect all Americans.

SPLC is best known for being the left-wing group that targets other groups and individuals in the public eye for “hate speech” -- especially conservatives and Christian groups. Even POLITICO recently asked whether or not the group has pushed it’s civil rights credibility too far. Writer Ben Schreckinger actually called the founder of the SPLC “a little Trumpian,” the ultimate liberal insult. HBO talk show host Bill Maher admitted recently that he would join in a crowd-funded lawsuit against SPLC, according to the Washington Examiner.

In April, 2017, ADF attorney Kellie Fiedorek called the SPLC’s accusation “simply false,” and stated that ADF is “not motivated by anti-LGBTQ sentiment.” Even though NBC covered this story, the network claimed that the ADF’s actions were hateful in themselves. Heidi Beirich, a spokesperson for SPLC, was quoted saying that even though the ADF has denied being a hate organization, “when the rubber hits the road is when ADF attorneys engage in model legislation and litigation that attacks the LGBT community.”

Whether out of laziness or because it suits their bias, far too many journalists use SPLC as a credible source, rather than the agenda-driven liberal fund-raising machine it is. In it’s Sessions story, NBC referred to SPLC as “a prominent civil rights watchdog.” Although it addressed ADF’s defense, ABC quoted SPLC Deputy Legal Director David Dinielli calling ADF’s hate label “rightfully earned.” ABC then piled on, citing Richard Painter, Democrat Joel Kasnetz and Wisconsin Democrat Sen. Tammy Baldwin. Painter, former chief ethics lawyer for the Bush administration, said on Twitter, “Why is the attorney general hanging out with these nuts instead of doing his job?” Imagine ABC quoting someone calling, say, the Human Rights Campaign “nuts,” and letting it stand.

CNN carefully avoided any reference to SPLC, but it quoted other sources that called the ADF a “hate group,” such as the Human Rights Campaign and the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Because of course, defending the 1st Amendment means you are full of malicious hate.

Far-left Teen Vogue ominously noted that media outlets were banned from covering Sessions’ speech to the alleged “anti-LGBTQ hate group,” citing ABC as a reference.

The ADF, founded in 1994, has been advocating for the right to freely practice Christian values in American society. As quoted on its website, “Alliance Defending Freedom defends religious freedom and opposes all attempts to compel people to compromise their beliefs or retreat from civil and political life as the price for following their faith.”

That’s the hate speech aimed directly at the LGBTQ community, apparently.

Who listens to the SPLC? Actually, a lot of people. Especially the Family Research Council shooter, Floyd Lee Corkins, and the shooter of Rep. Steve Scalise, James Hodgkinson. Corkins specifically used the “hate map” conveniently provided by the SPLC website, and Hodgkinson liked and followed their Facebook page.

The media have consistently refused to point out that these violent shooters were familiar with the hate rhetoric of the SPLC.

Planned Parenthood and People Magazine: Cecile Richards is ‘Wonder Woman’

Abortion and cherry pies: that’s what Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards does best. According to People Magazine, she is the “Wonder Woman” of abortion rights.

The interview, posted on People on July 12, called the president of the Planned Parenthood Federation a “passionately committed dynamo” who is “marshaling thousands in the battle” for lots of abortions.

Of course she is battling Trump and his administration, which has threatened to defund Planned Parenthood. “This White House has been worse for women than any administration in my lifetime,” Richards said. The article reiterated the same old propaganda that the institution saves lives and provides healthcare for 2.5 million men and women every year.  

Sure, a lot of men must need abortions. The statistic from 2015 was that Planned Parenthood performed 113 abortions for every 1 adoption referral. Even though both the article and the activists stated over and over again that federal funds aren’t being used for abortions, abortions are the main reason Planned Parenthood exists. All the other “reproductive health-care” provided by Planned Parenthood pales in comparison to the number of abortions provided.

Somehow, People tried to depict Richards as a perfect party host, “rallying millions around a healthcare vote as smoothly as she recently organized a party for 100 -- complete with Velveeta queso dip and margaritas.”

The author wanted to make Cecile Richards the feminist Martha Stewart with a penchant for abortion rights. Regardless of her family of three, Richards made sure the readers knew about her own abortion. However, “a woman shouldn’t have to tell their most private reproductive stories just to keep our rights.”

Richards wanted a more feminist government, of course: “Until we have more people in office who can get pregnant, we will continue to have these fights.” Um, there are 104 women currently in Congress, out of 535 total seats, as of 2017. The majority of these women are Democrat and decidedly pro-choice. But why let facts get in the way of a liberal talking point?

Hillary Clinton Advertises For Samantha Bee and ‘Nasty Woman’

Hillary Clinton was, in the words of Donald Trump, the original “Nasty Woman.” And she’s apparently proud of it.

The former Democratic presidential candidate used a picture to publicize her support of Samantha Bee and her “Nasty Woman” products. The photo, shared on Clinton’s twitter page, shows Clinton holding the ‘Nasty Woman’ shirt up to herself as she smiles into the camera.

A picture is worth a thousand words, and this statement is nothing but irony. Recently, Samantha Bee’s Full Frontal producer on TBS just protested that the show was “not party-affiliated.” However, Samantha Bee and her producers have frequently admitted that they would have preferred Hillary to be president over Trump, and argued that if Hillary were in office, they would “be able to tell a diverse range of stories.”  

Bee has plunged into liberal agenda, drowning her audience in incessant jabs at Trump and anyone who identifies as right wing. She has mocked the right-wing media, calling them ignorant, and compared their style to Nazi fashions.

Clinton, the hero of the left, has been spending her time during the Trump administration doing very important liberal activities. She has given speeches supporting Planned Parenthood, during which she compared the United States to the world of The Handmaid’s Tale. In addition, she’s given interviews, delivered a commencement address at Wellesley, and has done very little else besides attack Trump, Spicer, and the current administration, while the networks cheer her on.

Guess she has to pay the bills somehow.

Russell Brand with Naomi Klein: 'We Need to Kill Our Inner Trump'

Can popular comedians actually contribute something of value to this world, or are they stuck mindlessly mimicking liberal intellectuals? Case in point: Russell Brand and his Under the Skin podcasts.

In an interview Brand held with liberal author and activist Naomi Klein, whose latest book, No Is Not Enough, analyzes Trump and where he came from, the comedian tried to wax intellectual. Quite frankly, he failed. But he won when it came to parroting liberal catch phrases.

In the midst of almost indiscernible ramblings from Brand and long scripted statements from Klein, the comedian let a few politically charged statements shine through.

Klein stated that although Trump “lies, he is telling the truth about being a liar,” which is why he had so much appeal to the American people in the 2016 election. And while Klein put into perspective that Trump was a product of the Obama administration, neither she nor Brand meant that Obama was a poor presidential figure.

Of course not. If anything, according to Brand, “Obama seems to be some gorgeous Christ figure.” The trick to their statement was that, in Klein’s opinion, people were so used to Bill Gates and Bill Clinton “saving” America. So when Trump appeared on the scene, naturally, people “thought billionaires were going to save us.”

Wow. Did those two really save anything? Or does Klein suffer from that messiah complex Brand so often mentioned during the hour long podcast?

Brand must think he is a socialist, based on his criticism of capitalism; he called Trump and billionaires the “twitching zombie corpse of capitalism lunging about.” The comedian also seemed to misunderstand the idea of a democracy, calling the international culture a “consumer culture, not a democratic culture.”

Klein warned the listeners of the very dangerous, “right wing, white supremacist misogynist ideas that are resurging” in reaction to the liberal class, which she said has been living in an elite circle over the past twenty years. Brand said “there are people like Trump out there. And they are voting.”

In an Instagram post advertising the podcast, Brand titled the video “We Need to Kill Our Inner Trump.” So get ready, ladies and gentlemen. You may be asked to stop behaving like Trump.

Russell Brand with Naomi Klein: 'We Need to Kill Our Inner Trump'

Can popular comedians actually contribute something of value to this world, or are they stuck mindlessly mimicking liberal intellectuals? Case in point: Russell Brand and his Under the Skin podcasts.

In an interview Brand held with liberal author and activist Naomi Klein, whose latest book, No Is Not Enough, analyzes Trump and where he came from, the comedian tried to wax intellectual. Quite frankly, he failed. But he won when it came to parroting liberal catch phrases.

In the midst of almost indiscernible ramblings from Brand and long scripted statements from Klein, the comedian let a few politically charged statements shine through.

Klein stated that although Trump “lies, he is telling the truth about being a liar,” which is why he had so much appeal to the American people in the 2016 election. And while Klein put into perspective that Trump was a product of the Obama administration, neither she nor Brand meant that Obama was a poor presidential figure.

Of course not. If anything, according to Brand, “Obama seems to be some gorgeous Christ figure.” The trick to their statement was that, in Klein’s opinion, people were so used to Bill Gates and Bill Clinton “saving” America. So when Trump appeared on the scene, naturally, people “thought billionaires were going to save us.”

Wow. Did those two really save anything? Or does Klein suffer from that messiah complex Brand so often mentioned during the hour long podcast?

Brand must think he is a socialist, based on his criticism of capitalism; he called Trump and billionaires the “twitching zombie corpse of capitalism lunging about.” The comedian also seemed to misunderstand the idea of a democracy, calling the international culture a “consumer culture, not a democratic culture.”

Klein warned the listeners of the very dangerous, “right wing, white supremacist misogynist ideas that are resurging” in reaction to the liberal class, which she said has been living in an elite circle over the past twenty years. Brand said “there are people like Trump out there. And they are voting.”

In an Instagram post advertising the podcast, Brand titled the video “We Need to Kill Our Inner Trump.” So get ready, ladies and gentlemen. You may be asked to stop behaving like Trump.

Soros-Funded Women’s March Organize Unhinged Protest Against NRA

It looks like the liberal minds behind the Women’s March know how to stay triggered by constitutional rights.

Tamika Mallory, the co-president of the Women’s March Inc., announced that the movement was going to to host a protest in front of the NRA headquarters in Fairfax, VA, on July 14th. They will march 17 miles from the NRA to the Department of Justice.

That’s an awful long way to march just because some liberals got teed off. The announcement, shared by the Women’s March Facebook page, started with this charming statement: “We know that we are not safe. But we will not be intimidated into silence.”

Mallory penned a statement directed at the head of the NRA, saying, “Mr. LaPierre, before the Second Amendment was the First Amendment.” True, but the First Amendment also involved the freedom of religion and the freedom of press. And wasn’t it the Women’s March that told pro-life women they couldn’t march with them? Seems like Mallory could use a refresher course on what the First Amendment actually says.

The group, made up of 158 George Soros-funded organizations (to the collective tune of $90,000,000), is going to hold a “mass mobilization for our safety.”

The outraged response was to the ads released by the NRA, specifically the videos starring conservative radio host Dana Loesch and the response video to the letter Tamika Mallory put out protesting Dana Loesch’s message.

However, the group is also angry because of the NRA didn’t speak up during the trial of a police officer who killed motorist and licensed gun owner Philando Castille. The NRA, say the group, maintained “silence on Mr. Castile’s constitutional right to own a gun.” Mallory requested that the organization join the Women’s March in “demanding that the Department of Justice indict the police officer who killed [Castile] for exercising his Second Amendment right.”

The March will take place in order to petition that the NRA take down their video ads.

They also want an apology issued “for the video that suggests armed violence against communities of color, progressives, and anyone who does not agree with this Administration’s policies.” Um. Nowhere in any of these videos was such violence suggested or mentioned.

Soros-Funded Women’s March Organize Unhinged Protest Against NRA

It looks like the liberal minds behind the Women’s March know how to stay triggered by constitutional rights.

Tamika Mallory, the co-president of the Women’s March Inc., announced that the movement was going to to host a protest in front of the NRA headquarters in Fairfax, VA, on July 14th. They will march 17 miles from the NRA to the Department of Justice.

That’s an awful long way to march just because some liberals got teed off. The announcement, shared by the Women’s March Facebook page, started with this charming statement: “We know that we are not safe. But we will not be intimidated into silence.”

Mallory penned a statement directed at the head of the NRA, saying, “Mr. LaPierre, before the Second Amendment was the First Amendment.” True, but the First Amendment also involved the freedom of religion and the freedom of press. And wasn’t it the Women’s March that told pro-life women they couldn’t march with them? Seems like Mallory could use a refresher course on what the First Amendment actually says.

The group, made up of 158 George Soros-funded organizations (to the collective tune of $90,000,000), is going to hold a “mass mobilization for our safety.”

The outraged response was to the ads released by the NRA, specifically the videos starring conservative radio host Dana Loesch and the response video to the letter Tamika Mallory put out protesting Dana Loesch’s message.

However, the group is also angry because of the NRA didn’t speak up during the trial of a police officer who killed motorist and licensed gun owner Philando Castille. The NRA, say the group, maintained “silence on Mr. Castile’s constitutional right to own a gun.” Mallory requested that the organization join the Women’s March in “demanding that the Department of Justice indict the police officer who killed [Castile] for exercising his Second Amendment right.”

The March will take place in order to petition that the NRA take down their video ads.

They also want an apology issued “for the video that suggests armed violence against communities of color, progressives, and anyone who does not agree with this Administration’s policies.” Um. Nowhere in any of these videos was such violence suggested or mentioned.

When (Fantasy) Worlds Collide: Vanity Fair Imagines ‘Game of Thrones’ is Climate Change

Is Game of Thrones an allegory for climate change? Apparently this has been an ongoing topic for debate amongst liberals. They think Yara Greyjoy is Hillary Clinton.

Vanity Fair’s latest hit at the topic compares the characters of the popular fantasy realm to the main players in the climate change fantasy realm …, er, debate. And its hero worship of liberals is out of control.

The article quoted Michael Mann, “professor of atmospheric science at Penn State and a climate activist,” who said that it was important to stay relevant in pop culture. Specifically, the movement needs to “take advantage of cultural references that allow people to understand the nature of the challenge.”

While climate change itself is termed “the white walkers,” the monsters in the fantasy stories, the climate change scientists are compared to Samwell Tarly, who accidentally killed a monster. Leonardo DiCaprio is Tyrion Lannister, the “party boy womanizer who has this moral center and has a lot of money.” Personally, one wonders if they read what happens to Tyrion in the books.

German prime minister Angela Merkel is compared to Daenerys Targaryen, the mother of the dragons. Mainly because she is called the “Climate Chancellor” and because she “confronted Trump” about the Paris accord. That’s a bit of a stretch.

The best comparison of all comes from Katharine Davis Reich, associate director at the UCLA IoES Center for Climate Science. She told Vanity Fair that the character of Yara Greyjoy is equivalent to Hillary Clinton. Why? “The feminist ass-kicker from the Iron Islands is definitely Hillary Clinton.” Even though the article itself admits, neither woman has done much for climate change, either in allegory or in reality.

As for Jon Snow? James Salzman, professor of environmental law, briefly considered Al Gore but saved himself and everyone else the embarrassment and named Michael Mann, that professor from Penn State and a self-proclaimed activist, the hero of this story.

If this is a serious movement that wants to be taken seriously, why are these scientists and reporters wasting time comparing themselves to fantasy characters? Better still, why are they publishing these comparisons?

Docu-Drama: Parallels Between Reagan ‘And President Honey Boo Boo’

Liberals will believe anything. One of the directors of the latest documentary on former President Ronald Reagan admitted to an interviewer that “People are going to be talking about the funny parallels between our film and President Honey Boo Boo.”

In a Vogue interview with directors Sierra Pettengill and Pacho Velez, the makers of the documentary The Reagan Show, talked about the parallels between the Reagan era and the current Trump era. Both of which are horrible, of course.

“Reagan took things to a new extreme,” the author of the piece, Julia Felsenthal, admitted to the readers. And while most people will remember Reagan according to his “controversial policies,” the documentary directors said they have never before run across so much material that casts the former POTUS in such a “flattering light.”

While Nancy Reagan is describe as “slightly fed up looking” and “irritated,” she is compared to “viral images of Melania.” In the same breath, Reagan’s presidential years are compared to Trump’s potential years in office, using “Trumpian” tactics and calling out reporters on bias.

“We definitely could not have had Trump if we hadn’t had Reagan,” said Pettengill. That being said, the project was conceived long before Trump became president, and so the directors say that the idea of a conservative president is something that will always be around. While Trump is “a current extreme manifestation” of that idea, the horror that liberals experience will always be around, into thirty years from now when, apparently, America will have President Honey Boo Boo.

However, the two directors avoided the real liberal insult and admitted that Reagan was definitely not Trump. While Reagan may have “looked at the country through rose-colored glasses,” Trump’s America is “really an apocalyptic view.” The directors found it ironic that they actually had good things to say about Reagan.

What’s really ironic is that both of the directors admit to being in their toddler years during the Reagan administration, yet they are willing to call his policies controversial and villainous. It seems as if they based all of their views on Reagan on assumptions that are stereotypical of the left’s ideology:conservatives bad, liberals good. Its a shame that liberals feel the need to rewrite a history that they don't understand. 

Jay-Z’s Anti-Semitic Lyrics: ‘A Compliment To the Jewish Community’

Jay-Z is not the left’s brightest intersectionalist. In his new album, 4:44, in a song called, “The Story of O.J.,” the rapper may have accused Jewish people of “owning all the property in America.”

According to Hollywood Reporter, the song, “The Story of O.J.,” is an attempt to see the world through the convicted O.J. Simpson’s eyes, using exaggerated stereotypes to tell the story. Music manager Guy Oseary claimed that the line was a compliment to the Jewish community.

The lyric goes as follows:

“You wanna know what’s more important than throwin’ away money at a strip club? Credit./

You ever wonder why Jewish people own all the property in America? This is how they did it.”\

Oseary argued on his instagram post that Jay-Z was attempting “to use the Jewish people in an exaggerated way to showcase a community of people that are thought to have made wise business decisions.” He went on to say that there are only 14 million Jewish people in the world, so clearly Jay-Z’s lyric is an exaggeration.

Many of the album’s reviews, in such mainstream media as the New York Times and the Washington Post, ignore the throw-away line in the song and focus on the other songs, such as the ones that admit to Jay-Z’s infidelity to his wife and the one praising his mom for coming out of the closet. The rapper and his wife, Beyonce, were avid campaigners for Hillary Clinton in 2016, joining her in a concert to get younger voting audiences involved, and then later creating a PSA for Clinton. Jay-Z has also been a big supporter of Obama, and the former POTUS even inducted the rapper into the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame in June. To accuse or even hint that Jay-Z’s lyrics are anti-semitic would be catastrophic for the left.

However, Slate openly disagreed with Oseary’s statement, and said that while the song, “The Story of O.J.,” could have been “an unflinching examination of race in America,” it failed completely in what it set out to do by tossing those “idiotic stereotypes.”

Not to mention it makes no sense for Jay-Z to be pulling out stereotypes, since he has been extremely vocal about the Black Lives Matter movement in the past.

Since when is emphasizing a racist stereotype a compliment?

Okay, Sure: 'The View' Co-Host Behar Currently Basing Her Career on Hating Trump

Joy Behar is proud to be on Trump’s hate list. “It’s like being on Nixon’s enemy list,” she told Late Night host Seth Meyers.

The long-standing host of The View spent all six minutes of her Late Night appearance talking about the POTUS and how she felt about him. In an attempt to promote her new book, coming out in October, which will, according to her, be all about Trump, she listed off her interactions with him.

Meyers’ first question to his guest: “What has your relationship with him been like over the years?” Her response was, “Well, it’s not intimate.”

She talked about how apparently Trump has had a friendship with her that has been a rollercoaster of love and hate. All on his side of course. Behar has no feelings on the matter at all. Except that she wants him to hate her. “He should hate me now,” she said to Meyers. “I rip him on our show all the time. What are you going to do? A girl’s going to do what she wants to do.”

Meyers and Behar talked about her experiences at Trump’s second wedding (“there were a lot of criminals there like O.J. Simpson!) and how at the ceremony someone took the film out of her camera (“Almost like the KGB was there!”). She also touched upon other Trump-related subjects, such as his hair, Ivanka, and all the guest appearances Trump made on The View.

Her opinion on Melania Trump was very detailed: “I feel sorry for her, she had to sleep with him once. And then when she was in New York, and we had to pay a million dollars a day to keep her here just because she doesn’t want to sleep with him,” Behar sneered.  

The View host was also a little bitter because in his last book, Trump accused Behar of having no talent. So now she is going to fight back with her book. As she told Meyers, “I’m only hoping it comes out before he’s impeached. I want to sell the book you know.”

Her career seems based almost completely on bashing Trump these days. And Behar isn’t hiding that fact at all. She ended her interview saying, “Impeachment would be good for the country but bad for my book.”

Ironic, isn’t it.

BET’s “F–k Tha Police” Fantasy: Who Knew The '80s Were Relevant Again?

Variety writer Sonia Saraiya, on June 28,  found that NWA’s single “F--k tha Police,” released in 1988, is still relevant thirty years later. Why is that?

The song has “trenchant lyrics about police brutality” that are “as unsettlingly relevant today as they were in 1988,” according to the writer. BET found it appropriate for the present as well: they made an entire episode of Tales that centered around the controversial lyrics by depicting a dystopian society that is heavily segregated.

The only difference? BET decided to make the society racist against white people. In an attempt to emphasize the supposed reality of the racism that both Saraiya and BET find to be rampant in America, the story turns the tables. Following in the footsteps of political rappers’ efforts to make it seem like America is a police state, where anybody can be brutally gunned down for expressing an opinion, the episode builds a dystopian fantasy.

Or is it even a fantasy? If one chooses to believe Saraiya’s opinion, “through the lens of oppression these structures are close enough to what we impose on our black citizens that most of the time, “F--k tha Police” is disturbingly recognizable.”

She found the elements of the story, specifically the harassment, violence, and impunity, as well as the amount of people who are not “willing to risk their privilege to help,” relatable to modern times. The whole story is, according to her, “surprisingly effective.” Really? Has it really done that much in the little time it’s been on the air?

The main white character, who is lynched in the plot, is Caitlyn Jenner’s son, Brody Jenner, is supposed to be the white mirror image of the oppressed black man. (Why they picked a member of the group clustered around the Kardashians is anyone’s guess.) The episode ends predictably, at least, for those who are familiar with the Black Lives Matter complaints: “with a triumphant acquittal for the cops and a furious, frustrated protest from the oppressed.”

Why is it that no one realizes a real police state would take away anything complaining about it?

Amber Tamblyn and Her Baby Take an Ironic Stand for Planned Parenthood

Another actress supporting Planned Parenthood? Not surprising. But did the actress miss the memo when she posed with her newborn infant to support the institution?

Amber Tamblyn, best known for her role in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, has recently attempted to follow her female colleagues in Hollywood by reinventing herself as an activist, but her latest effort to join the trend seems to have some hidden irony to it.

Wearing a grey t-shirt emblazoned with the logo, “I Stand With Planned Parenthood,” Tamblyn posed with her infant daughter and captioned the photo with: “We do not belong to you. Our bodies are our own.” It was then posted to Instagram. She later left an edit which seemed more like a tirade, but her edit accidentally made a point that Planned Parenthood must not be happy about.

“Let me be clear,” she said. “It is illegal for Planned Parenthood to use federal funds aka your tax dollars to perform abortions, which only take up 3% of services provided by Planned Parenthood.”

She just admitted that it was illegal for Planned Parenthood to use federal funds. Regardless of her parroting the lie about the services offered by the institution, that statement is almost damning. The Washington Post debunked that myth about Planned Parenthood’s services in 2015, and even Slate called the statistic Tamblyn quoted “the most meaningless statistic ever.” Considering that from 2015 to 2016 Planned Parenthood performed 323,999 abortions according to its own annual report, while only providing 9,419 prenatal services and 2,889 adoption referrals, both Tamblyn and Planned Parenthood have the wrong facts.

And maybe it wasn’t so smart for Tamblyn to use her baby as a prop for Planned Parenthood.

He Who Must Not Be Named: Salon Wants Trump Free Tuesdays

The left has its week all planned out. There’s Meat Free Mondays, Throwback Thursdays, and of course, Trump Free Tuesdays.

In a statement put out on Monday, June 26, the editorial team of Salon announced that for one whole day, they would neither publish the POTUS’s picture or his name. The reason why? “We’re sick of him. Everybody is, including the people who voted for him and still support him. That might not be a metaphor either.”

Apparently some people are physically sick because of Trump. So in order to banish the plague of media surrounding Trump, Salon is giving the POTUS the ‘he-who-must-not-be-named’ treatment. Shout out to Voldemort. Salon wants us to think we live in the Harry Potter universe.

But is this a good thing or a bad thing? With so much negative media centered on Trump, most news sources are basically broadcasting their rage at the reality of having a conservative president. And Salon is one of the biggest offenders, with their constant barrage of material aimed against Trump, Ivanka Trump, Spicer, and anyone else who puts that controversial (R)  by their name.

In the article, the Salon editorial team said, “there are so many other things to talk about and think about, in politics, culture, or in our daily lives.” It’s true. There’s feminism, racism, gender fluidity, income inequality, climate change and how every single thing the GOP congress does will kill people!

The post went on to say, “We are stuck with this guy for the foreseeable future, which is a difficult truth for many of us to handle ... maybe we can start to deflate the outsized role he pays in our national psychology.” Considering that progressives like Salon’s staff are the ones that have made the personal political and demanded ever more of a role for government and politics in our lives and “national psychology,” maybe conservatives should take this as a win.

But not too much of a win. Salon reassured its readers: “We’re certainly going to cover American politics and the United States government, but we will avoid focusing on the dominant personality at the top of the pyramid.”

A day free from negative, hateful media? Sounds better than Taco Tuesday.

Absolute Liberal Insanity: Combat White Supremacy with More Abortions

Listen up America! The feminist left wants you to know that the solution to the white supremacy plague, that began when the pilgrims hit Plymouth rock, is more white abortions. In fact, “the white family unit must be destroyed.”

In an article published by Medusa Magazine, (a magazine whose website is headed by the slogan “Feminist Revolution Now!”) columnist Nicole Valentine argued that the concept of abortion is something that is radically misunderstood. The pro-choice argument that abortion is a constitutional right inherently implies that it is an idea rooted in white supremacist thought. Why?

Because the Constitution “was drafted and signed by white men, for white men.” This is why there are so many shootings and hate crimes in the United States, in her opinion. Somehow, the author completely forgot that one of the Supreme Court Justices who aided the Roe v. Wade decision was Thurgood Marshall, the first African American justice on the Court. So. . .is abortion still a hate crime against “women of color” if the decision made was by a relatively diverse Supreme Court?

The author tried to say that “women of color” are not granted the same access to abortion facilities as white women are, since apparently the United States is based on a mentality that only the health of the white woman should be preserved. Valentine is here to tell us the hard facts: “women of color simply do not have the absolute choice when it comes to their bodies.”

How does the author propose to “level the playing field?” It is so simple. “White women should be encouraged to abort their white children, and to use their freed-up time and resources to assist women of color who have no other choice but to raise their children.” It’s an interesting statement, because in this case, the author is not denying that there is some element of genocide in the idea of abortion. If anything, it seems like she is calling for a low-key infant genocide to solve what she considered to be an intrinsic problem.

Except the genocide is already happening, just not to the babies Valentine would prefer. According to the CDC, in 2013 black women had 35% of all the nation’s abortions, while blacks make up just 13.3% of the population. Tragically, access to abortion doesn’t seem to be a problem for black women.

“White women: It is time to do your part!” she stated. Adopt colored children, and prevent the conception of white children at all costs. Since your forefathers started this “parasitic” culture by oppressing anyone who was not white with their “white fathers, submissive white mothers, and most critically, white children,” the solution is to end the existence of anyone who claims descent from these people. Clearly.

Her statements do a grave injustice to the efforts that the United States has put forth to ensure equality. By offering death and murder as a solution, she only makes the problem infinitely worse.

Johnny Depp: ‘When Was the Last Time An Actor Assassinated A President?”

Hollywood actors are becoming unhinged.

On June 22, at the Glastonbury Arts festival in England, Johnny Depp decided to join the circle of violent speech aimed at President Trump while introducing one of his films onstage.

“Can we bring Trump here?” he asked the audience. When met with boos of disapproval, he tried to explain. “I need think he needs help. Oh, this is going to be in the press, it will be horrible. But when was the last time an actor assassinated a president?” The actor, best known for his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean series, knew how to work the room. The statement was met with cheers and applause from the audience, who, even though they were British, might have gotten the reference to John Wilkes Booth, the actor who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.

“I want to clarify, I’m not an actor,” he said. “I lie for a living. However, it’s been a while, and maybe its time.” What does that mean, maybe it’s time?

The response of the audience was pretty positive and clear. People do respond to influential figures in Hollywood. And standing up on that stage, Depp’s statement brought approval, laughter, and roars from the crowd. It made a statement.

The New York Times said that “critics describe [Depp’s remarks] as particularly distasteful and dangerous given their timing.” You don’t say? Rep. Steve Scalise is still in ICU and Depp is publically fantasizing about killing President Trump.

Depp definitely knew the impact of his words, evident from his comment, “Oh, this is going to be in the press.” Perhaps it's time for celebrities to stop trying to revitalize their careers by trying to start a political scandal.

Ricky Gervais Strikes Again: Liberal Elite Are ‘Not the Enemy’

Ricky Gervais has decided to join the roundtable of comedians that tries to say something relevant about the current US government. His latest quip? “What really annoys me is that Trump has convinced his gang that the real enemy is the Hollywood liberal elite.”

In an interview with Vulture’s Stacey Wilson Hunt on June 21, the British comedian talked about his new movie, his best known character David Brent, and of course, politics. Specifically, American politics.

“There is no difference between fame and infamy,” he quipped in response to a question. “On The Apprentice, they say, “I will destroy anyone who stands in my way.” And now the host of The Apprentice is the president of the United States.” Implication? Did the president become the president through his infamy?

He also weighed in on guns, Kathy Griffin, and Hollywood. As all good liberals should. The outspoken atheist mocked both Christians and gun owners in one fell swoop: “Isn’t it funny that the people who think God will protect them are also the most likely to carry guns?” God helps those who help themselves, Mr. Gervais.

Somehow he brought a rant about Kathy Griffin back around to the same topic of guns. He defended Griffin by saying “What she did was bad art, but it was still just art. . . It was a visual statement.” Then he started to argue that Trump’s sons were worse than Kathy Griffin because they shot a leopard, and ended his statement with, “Just shut up and admit out loud, “I like shooting things.””

Finally, he wanted to make sure that the American public understood that the real enemy is, of course, Trump and his administration. Not the left-leaning media. “What really annoys me is that Trump has convinced his gang that the real enemy is the Hollywood liberal elite,” he said. It seems apparent that Mr. Gervais has not been exposed to the media in America, where the same message is being repeated like a broken record.

Somehow, the comedian thought he was breaking a new idea to the public. He ended his interview with the statement, “I’ve seen the messiah, and its me!”

Not really, Ricky Gervais.

Pro-Choice Actress: Christianity and Abortion Go Together

Actress Amy Brenneman thinks the right has committed an injustice. They’ve paired pro-life with the term Christian.

In a video done for the Lives of Women series, the star of “The Leftovers”, while being filmed in a church, started her PSA by saying, “I absolutely think the term ‘Christian’ has been stolen in 2017 in America by the ‘Christian Right.’”

She then proceeded to say that while she has been extremely open about having an abortion when she was 21, it was time to re-state that, because of the rise of social media. Brenneman also expressed her anger with the pro-life community. “In the age of Twitter and Facebook, I was trolled pretty viciously.”

The actress talked about how her church was “prayerfully pro-choice,” and accepted and encouraged women who had had abortions. “I don’t feel like I’m in conflict with where I go every Sunday.” While she spoke about how her religion viewed women as moral agents, she neglected to speak about the idea that abortion is murder, or that the fetus that she had moral autonomy over was human.

While Brenneman is known for her stance on Planned Parenthood and abortion, and has in the past encouraged women to ensure that unwanted babies are not born, her position is not unique. It mirrors the views of abortionist Willie Parker, who earlier this year released a memoir that told of his ambition to reconcile Christianity to abortion.

Unlike Parker, Brenneman is pretty sure she will not be able to achieve this goal. Why is that? In her video, she claimed that she was a victim of the hatred of the right. “I’m never gonna win those pro-life people over,” she told the camera. “They hate me, and they say horrible things about me, and I am in acceptance of that.”

The Lives of Women is a project from Indigenous Media, who shares their videos on Facebook. Brenneman is just one of their many subjects.    

DJ Khaled Missed the Memo: ‘Obama is My President’

While most liberal celebs are bemoaning the loss of their beloved Hillary in 2016, breakout star DJ Khaled is pretending like her loss never even happened. Instead, he’s getting to the real liberal MVP, Barack Obama.

In an interview with Katie Couric on June 14, the hip hop producer talked about being a father, releasing his 10th album, and how he avoids negativity. His solution to the last one? He “keeps the haters away, shuts out all negativity, and doesn’t say President Trump’s name.”

Trevor Noah: ‘Trump Is an African Dictator’

Trevor Noah is once again hoping that people won’t see him as an angry talk show host. He’s just here to offer some “perspective.” In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter’s Scott Feinberg,  the host of The Daily Show gave a synopsis of his life story and also explained what he brought to the Daily Show, formerly hosted by Jon Stewart.

Marie Claire Magazine Glorifies Abortionist

Dr. Sara Imershein doesn’t want to convince you that abortion is right. She just wants you to know that “scientific evidence says that keeping it safe, legal, and available is good for public health.”

The OB-GYN had an interview with Marie Claire writer Stephanie Russell-Kraft where she explained how her role as an abortionist with the Falls Church Healthcare Center helped her to carry out her duties as a doctor.

 

 

Lefty Actress Sally Field: ‘I Won’t Stay Silent’

While much of the Tony Awards Ceremony was focused at either Trump or the actual Broadway plays, one of the nominees used the event as a reason to show her “celebration of Planned Parenthood.” Huffington Post reporter Jenavieve Hatch gushed over the star’s attempt to make her public appearance political.

 

 

Ice Cube: ‘You Got A President That Don’t Care’

It’s been 25 years since Ice Cube graced society with his album Death Certificate, an album that was noted for its anti-semitic and racist overtones. However, the rapper has decided that now is the time to have a celebratory re-release in honor of the achievement, with three new songs on the album.

The former member of N.W.A. interviewed with Rolling Stone’s Kory Grow last week, explaining his reasons for the release. The original album was meant to speak “loudly about mistreatment of African-Americans.” Most of the songs involved a gritty outlook on what it meant to be African-American in that era. Shortly after Death Certificate was released in 1991, the L.A. riots began.

 

CNN Hypes Pregnant ‘Man’

CNN reported today that trans man Trystan Reese “is not just a guy with a beer belly.”  He’s a man who is in his third trimester of pregnancy.

The trans man, who, according to CNN reporters Carma Hassan and Dakin Andone, “was assigned the female gender at birth,” apparently never wanted to change his body parts.

 

Buzzfeed Thinks Trump is Responsible For School Bullying

While many people would like to attribute misogyny, climate change, and terrorism to the POTUS, Buzzfeed reporters are here to tell you that Trump is causing your child to bully or be bullied. In a report released on Tuesday, Buzzfeed News “confirmed more than 50 incidents, across 26 states, which a K-12 student involved Trump’s name or message in an apparent effort to harass a classmate.” Since the news source had no statistics to cite, they reviewed bullying reports that were submitted to the Documenting Hate project, set up by ProPublica.

Al Franken Refuses to Be Seen on Maher’s ‘Real Time’

Al Franken, the so-called ‘Giant of the Senate,’ can’t be seen with Bill Maher. It might ruin his public persona. The senator for Minnesota cancelled his Friday appearance amid the scandal surrounding the HBO star’s use of the n word that occurred while Republican senator Ben Sasse was on his show. Does Franken think the same thing will happen to him?

HBO Series Creator: Television Needs More Male Nudity

Both Refinery29 and The Leftovers creator Damon Lindelof want a very specific addition to the television industry in order to solve the problem of female objectification. They want to “normalize male nudity on television,” according to Lindelof.

 

Refinery29 writer Britni de la Cretaz defended the statement made by saying that this addition would lead to “less objectifying nude images of women, and more positive visuals overall.” However, it is not clear how showing more and more images of naked men would enhance respect for women. In addition, part of this appeal seems to involve a call for more depictions of gay sex on television, which would evidently enhance the quality of entertainment offered to the American public.

Pink Floyd Singer Depicts Trump As a Pig At Concert

Roger Waters thinks Trump is “a piggy bank of war.” And he’s planning to tell the country.

The former Pink Floyd bassist and singer decided to take down Trump as a “despot, dictator, thief and ne’er do well” in his concert show “Us + Them,” set to tour the States. In the past, his lyrics have been aimed at Trump but at the same time, he has never reached this level of extreme political protest before. In a Rolling Stone review of the rehearsal, his antics were referenced to as “stunning.”

 

Jim Carrey’s Advice to Griffin: ‘Hold Up a Severed Leg As Well’

Jim Carrey defended Kathy Griffin’s photo stunt yesterday at his premiere of the Showtime series, “I’m Dying Up Here.” His advice to her? “Hold up a severed leg as well.”

 

In an article put out by People Magazine, Carrey shrugged off Griffin’s gruesome photo.

 

“I don’t think the joke is the problem,” he said. “It’s not really important.” With a very laid back attitude, he told his audience that all the hype is meaningless, and that no one needed to worry about it. However, his other statements negated this idea, since he wanted Griffin to do more in protest against Trump.

 

Salon: ‘Agents of Shield’ a ‘Horror-Show Mirror’ of ‘Trump’s America’

Salon has found a “poignant” comparison to make about Trump. His administration and the resistance to it are like Hydra Corporation dealing with Marvel heroes.

In a review of the latest season of Agents of SHIELD, a television program that follows the intelligence service, known as SHIELD, in their battle against the fascist Hydra, Salon writer Amanda Marcotte lauded the producers of the show for doing “a remarkable job shaping the latter half of this season into a horror-show mirror of what it feels like for liberals living in Trump’s America.”

‘Wonder Woman’ All-Female Screening Proceeds Go To Planned Parenthood

An all-female screening of Wonder Woman sounds like a fun marketing technique. But Jezebel decided to make the promo sound like it was a key role in the pro-choice feminist stand.

The Alamo Drafthouse, based in Austin, Texas, received backlash from the public after announcing an all-female screening of Wonder Woman. According to Jezebel, the all female screening meant that “not just the audience, but the projectionists, chefs and theater staff, will be all female or those who identify as such.” And when the outcry got out of hand, Alamo Drafthouse creative manager Morgan Hendrix told The Washington Post that “providing an experience where women truly reign supreme has incurred the wrath of trolls only serves to deepen our belief that we’re doing something right.”

 

‘Wonder Woman’ All-Female Screening Proceeds Go To Planned Parenthood

An all-female screening of Wonder Woman sounds like a fun marketing technique. But Jezebel decided to make the promo sound like it was a key role in the pro-choice feminist stand.

The Alamo Drafthouse, based in Austin, Texas, received backlash from the public after announcing an all-female screening of Wonder Woman. According to Jezebel, the all female screening meant that “not just the audience, but the projectionists, chefs and theater staff, will be all female or those who identify as such.” And when the outcry got out of hand, Alamo Drafthouse creative manager Morgan Hendrix told The Washington Post that “providing an experience where women truly reign supreme has incurred the wrath of trolls only serves to deepen our belief that we’re doing something right.”

 
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