Netflix Series ‘The Fall Of The House Of Usher’ Full of Liberal Propaganda, Sexual Degeneracy And Abortion Misinformation

December 15th, 2023 3:17 AM

You can’t even watch a horror show these days without getting the liberal agenda shoved down your throat. To be fair to horror, the liberal agenda does make it pretty scary, so there's that!

And Netflix’s popular horror series The Fall Of The House Of Usher, which premiered in October, is no exception.

The aforementioned agenda is both overtly and subtly promoted throughout the show’s eight episodes, starting with the incredible amount of LGBTQ characters.

It’s so over the top that wrote a piece headlined, “Is Every Character in Netflix's The Fall of the House of Usher Queer?”

The article goes on to explain they don’t mind the LGBTQ characters getting killed off throughout the series because of how many that are featured.

Anytime a director—especially a straight one—makes a horror movie or series with gay characters we worry that they’re going to fall into the “bury your gays” trope, but when just about every character is queer that’s no longer a problem!

One probably wouldn't expect for elements of the liberal agenda to be sprinkled throughout the series based on the official synopsis, but this is becoming the norm when it comes to what’s being produced these days.

Here’s how Netflix described the series:

In this wicked series from Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House) and based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, ruthless siblings Roderick and Madeline Usher have built Fortunato Pharmaceuticals into an empire of wealth, privilege and power. But past secrets come to light when the heirs to the Usher dynasty start dying at the hands of a mysterious woman from their youth.


Some of the episodes may leave you jaw dropped with the amount of gory deaths and sexual degeneracy, which includes a couple of orgy scenes, among other things. 

And what's a great horror series without an inconspicuous jab at Fox News? 

In the very first episode, Camille L'Espanaye (Kate Siegel) takes a swipe at Fox News host Sean Hannity and former Fox host Tucker Carlson during a scene where her publicity team strategizes how they will handle a highly-publicized trial involving the family's corrupt pharmaceutical company. 

Camille L’Espanaye: We’re not swinging, we need front facing stuff, like Fox. Hannity knows what side his d**ks buttered on, he’ll be friendly.

Tina: Tucker?

Camille L’Espanaye: I’m sorry I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. Yes, call Breznican at Vanity Fair, see if he wants a profile on Leo. We can let Leo help out for a change. He can talk about his Jordons and his charity work.

Kimmel, Colbert, also Leo.

Notice the negativity aimed at conservative leaning hosts in this scene. It makes you wonder why the creator of the show would choose to go in this direction? Why didn't the character 'throw up in her mouth a little bit' over other hosts from any of the other networks? 

And in case you weren't convinced that there's some preferential treatment towards leftists in this series, there's another scene in episode 5 where mostly well known conservatives and billionaires are depicted as people who made deals with the devil in exchange for success.  

Arthur Gordon Pym: I’ve also been running her images through facial recognition sweep, no hits in law enforcement.

Roderick Usher: See this is going nowhere.

Arthur Gordon Pym: But I tapped into Madeline’s technology department, brought in her research algorithm, combed the internet — massive image search and in conjunction with our facial recognition…

Madeline Usher: Oh, wait that’s….

Arthur Gordon Pym: David Koch, seven years ago.

Roderick Usher: So wait, she works for the toxic twins? We always got along with those f**k nuts. And Zuckey too. That’s Gina…

Arthur Gordon Pym: Gina Rinehart, mining magnate.

Roderick Usher: Climate denial Dundee. You remember when she tried to make the case for a $2 a day pay. No? She’s a trip, she’s a great singer too.

Arthur Gordon Pym: These were taken in 2011.

Roderick Usher: So she’s a stalker. She stalks important people.

Roderick Usher: This is from the 80’s.

Arthur Gordon Pym: Getty’s. That’s Prescott Bush 1944. Randolph Hearst. The Rockefellers, Doheny, the Vanderbilts, and this one, John Francis Queeny. He founded Monsanto in 1901.

The Koch brothers, Trump family, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, the Bush family and Fox News Founder Rupert Murdoch are among those photographed with Verna (Carla Gugino), a shape-shifting demon. 

Speaking of Supreme Court justices, someone who did not make the naughty list was the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but her name was randomly wedged into another scene. 

In episode 4, Lenore Usher (Kyliegh Curran) randomly asks her mother if she'll be the next Ruth Badger Ginsberg, while her mother Morrie Usher (Crystal Balint) recovers in the hospital from third-degree acid burns that occurred during an orgy party.

Lenore Usher: Is my name Lenore? Did you miss me? Am I better at bowling than dad? Do you think I’ll be the next RBG?

Frederick Usher: She’s not a magic 8-ball honey.

Again, one might wonder why the writer went with the left's hero, RBG, and not another Supreme Court justice like Clarence Thomas or Amy Coney Barrett? 

In episode 8, Madeline Usher (Mary McDonnell) goes on a bizarre rant about climate change and Viagra while pushing abortion misinformation. 

Madeline Usher: Get around to funding AIDS research, diabetes and heart disease just as soon as we figure out how to keep our geriatric d**ks hard, for a few more minutes. What’s the market share on limpy d**ks, Roderick? Sixty to seventy percent of the healthcare industry. The pentagon spent $83 million on Viagra last year. Meanwhile the Supreme Court, the f**king Supreme Court does it’s part. Tears the autonomy, rips the liberty away from women, shreds not just their choice, but their future and their potential. It turns men into c*m fountains, and women into factories. Cranking out what? An impoverished workforce there for the labor and to spend what little they make consuming. And what do we teach them to want? Houses they can’t afford, cars that poison the air, single serve plastics, clothes made by starving children in third world countries. They want it so bad, they’re begging for it, they’re screaming for it, they’re insisting upon it. And we’re the problem? These fucking monsters, these f**king consumers, these f**king mouths, they point at you and me, like we’re the f**king problem.

They f**king invented us. They begged for us. They’re begging for us still.

The monologue is clearly referencing the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, but fails to mention other important details, like the fact that the SCOTUS decision ultimately sent the authority to regulate and restrict abortions back to the states. But why let pesky facts get in the way of a dramatic monologue, right? 

And who would have thunk a woman's 'future' and 'potential' would be 'shredded' if they became mothers instead of aborting their babies?