According to Michael Moore, any person who votes for Donald Trump come November 8 is a “legal terrorist” cognizant of the fact that the candidate is “going to blow up the system.” In a recent interview with Rolling Stone’s Jason Newman, the liberal documentarian expounded on his new film Michael Moore in TrumpLand, which, despite the title, is actually about Hillary Clinton.
In sectors of society known for their distinctive liberal bent – such as Silicon Valley and the LGBT community – Trump supporters inexplicably throw a wrench in the works. Alienated and reviled, these folks test the professed tolerance of their liberal compatriots.
Toward the end of the last 2016 presidential debate, Donald Trump muttered four words that sparked a feminist firestorm: “Such a nasty woman.” Little did he know that celebrities, women’s magazines and pro-choice organizations would reclaim the insult for their cause.
In the aftermath of the final presidential debate, some pundits were struck dead that Donald Trump would be so rude as to describe Hillary Clinton as a “nasty woman.” Would you like a lesson in the meaning of hypocrisy? Let's see what their colleagues said about Trump after the debate.
On Comedy Central, host Trevor Noah described Trump this way: A “giant, novelty dildo was on stage behind the podium.” On CBS, Late Show host Stephen Colbert wondered if after the election, “he's just going to wipe his fat ass with the Constitution.”
Another gushy movie about President Obama will surface a month after the election. The Root reported that Netflix will be releasing an original movie, Barry, documenting Obama’s early college years. The teaser trailed released Thursday featured a brazenly inspirational message that read, “Before he gave hope, before he created change, before he made us believe ‘we can,’ he was Barry.” This gushy movie probably doesn’t resemble anything like the 2006 movie portraying the fictional assassination of George Bush, Death of a President.
If there’s one admirable thing about Kathy Griffin, it’s this: she doesn’t claim to be tolerant. Thus, when the lewd comedienne released two videos vulgarly attacking Donald Trump, it was simply consistent with her shtick.
As NFL ratings plunge, the press has adamantly avoided placing any blame on player national anthem protests. However, on Bill Simmons’ show Any Given Wednesday, “the Kaepernick thing” was finally mentioned…and quickly shut down. On October 19, host Simmons had on sportscasters Al Michaels and Bob Costas to discuss the fate of the NFL. He began the discussion by citing the recent NFL ratings drop, asking, “Do you remember the ‘what’s wrong with football, is it gonna fall apart, is this it’?”
Former CSI star Marg Helgenberger is doing an acting stint at Arena Stage in Washington DC in The Little Foxes, a play by leftist Lillian Hellman. She granted an interview to the local gay magazine Metro Weekly, and they asked about the election. Helgenberger said she's a longtime Hillary fan, and "It’s just beyond my comprehension how anybody could support a racist misogynist moron like Donald Trump. It’s beyond my comprehension. I mean, he’s a bad guy, you know? He’s a really bad guy."
Editor’s Note: Some readers may find language in this story offensive. Thank Heaven! Tonight’s debate was the last time the American people will have to watch Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton yell over each other. Unfortunately though, it won’t be the last time celebs make fools of themselves on Twitter complaining about Trump.
In the wake of lewd comments Donald Trump made being released on tape, celebrities and reporters have been quick to exemplify liberal hypocrisy and attack his wife, Melania Trump. At her Tidal X 1015 concert on October 15, rapper Nicki Minaj eloquently praised first ladies Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton while attacking the presidential candidate’s wife: “…’cause Barack needed a Michelle, bitch, and Bill needed a motherfucking Hillary, bitch. You better pray to God you don’t get stuck with a motherfucking Melania.”
It was simultaneously shocking and completely unsuprising when, after riffing on Donald Trump at a recent Tampa show, Amy Schumer lost 200 annoyed audience members. The comedian’s vulgar humor and pointed attacks at conservatives must surely make her intolerable to some audience members; but then again, why would such people voluntarily purchase tickets to her routine in the first place?
Turns out, YouTube’s gotten political too. After one star on the video sharing platform endorsed Hillary Clinton and encouraged his viewers to pressure others to endorse her too, a controversy over the propriety of such behavior ensued.