Hollywood has developed an unhealthy hatred of Donald Trump.
Smug liberals clumsily stuff their content with messages that bash Trump and other Republicans.
Now one anti-Trump TV producer just released one stomach-turning episode.
Hollywood actor and content creator Seth MacFarlane isn’t shy about his disdain for Republicans.
Now MacFarlane’s latest episode of the long-running animated series “Family Guy” was disgustingly hostile toward Trump and Republicans.
In the episode, several characters read newspaper headlines describing horrific deaths of Trump and his associates.
In one scene, Peter and his wife Lois had the following exchange:
Peter: “God, can you believe Trump hung himself in prison?”
Subtitle: (We wrote this in February 2019. Were we right?)
Lois: I know! And that Chris Christie lost all that weight. He still looks terrible, though.
Subtitle: (See? We don’t hate all Republicans.)
Lois: He still looks terrible, though.
Subtitle: (But we do hate Chris Christie.)
Trump hanging himself in prison is somehow supposed to be funny.
Hollywood leftists have been indulging in assassination chic; comedian Kathy Griffin did a photo shoot holding Trump’s severed head, Madonna said she fantasized about blowing up the White House, and Johnny Depp said it was time for another actor to assassinate a president among many other examples.
At other point in the episode, another character remarked while reading the newspaper:
Brian: “God, I can’t believe Mike Pence came out of the closet just before he hung himself in prison.”
Subtitle: (Again, we wrote this in February 2019. Did we nail it?)
Vice President Mike Pence is also in the crosshairs because of his Christian faith.
Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon and other celebrity leftists have been going after Pence and his wife Karen because of their religiosity.
Finally, another character commented while reading the newspaper:
“God, I can’t believe Melania was deported to Slovenia and then hung herself in a European prison.”
Subtitle: (Okay, now we’re done.)
The left’s comfort with violence toward Republicans is truly disturbing.
It’s impossible to imagine a primetime comedy joking about Barack and Michelle Obama hanging in prison cells, but it’s perfectly fine if the targets are on the right.
Some of the ire toward Trump is based on the notion that he put kids in cages, but these same righteous leftists were silent when the practice began under Obama.
An appellate court ruled that kids could not be jailed with their parents or guardians when caught illegally crossing the border, thus the Obama administration put kids in cages.
Blue checkmark Twitter began circulating images of confined children to highlight the brutality of the Trump administration, but quickly deleted the pictures when they learned the images were from 2014.
Leftist violence against Republicans or simply anyone who doesn’t bend the knee to the left has gotten out of hand in 2020.
MacFarlane thinks he’s being funny.
He’s not, and too many leftists like him are close to the edge of inciting violence.