Hollywood has become a hilarious joke.
Not only are they embroiled in allegations of sexual scandals but they also pretend to be a moral authority.
And now a popular TV show antagonizes Republicans again.
When will Hollywood get a clue?
These Hollywood elitists refuse to accept that Donald Trump is their president.
They attack him with every opportunity they have.
Look no further than awards shows to see the extent of their anti-Trump bias.
Trump literally put more money in all of their pockets with the latest tax reform and how did they respond to it?
Criticism; nothing but shocking criticism.
They hate the right. That’s clear.
It is, however, rare that they fictionalize their frustration with Trump in a movie or a TV show.
But a recent Law & Order: SVU episode went above and beyond with their hatred for the right and they totally crossed a line.
NBC police procedural Law & Order: SVU depicted the gruesome rape of a fictional conservative pundit, who eerily resembles author Ann Coulter, in Wednesday’s politically charged episode titled Info Wars.
The episode follows conservative personality, Martha Cobb (Rhea Seehorn), who delivers a speech ironically ripping “the liberal snowflakes,” to a Make America Great Again hat-wearing crowd on a university campus.
Cobb’s speech is cut short when a gang of Antifa protesters clash with a mob of white supremacists. Violence ensues, and Cobb is later found unconscious after being beaten and sexually assaulted with the pole of a protest sign.
The NYPD detectives investigating Cobb’s assault are seen debating the merits of her political views — regulars Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay), Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T), and Amanda Rollins (Kelli Giddish) argue whether the unknown assailant could have been motivated by Cobb’s support of policies that would “close down Planned Parenthood and deport the Dreamers.”
Detectives eventually nab Antifa member Justin Vichinsky (Adam William Zastrow), whose protest sign, we later learn, was used to mutilate Cobb. Vichinsky’s DNA was also found under Cobb’s fingernails. She eventually points him out in a suspect line-up.
The case appears to be closed until alt-right leader Randy Platt, who attended the University rally, becomes a person of interest.
The NBC show appears to conflate supporters of President Donald Trump with white supremacists when Platt, a “Grand Wizard” of the group Patriots for the American Way, says he wants to Make America Great Again.
The case goes to trial and ends with Cobb’s lawyer asking the judge to dismiss the case, telling the judge: “I am sure that the perpetrator of this crime will never be known to a legal certainty.”
The episode was a ripped-from-the-headlines depiction of last year’s deadly clash in Charlottesville, Virginia, between neo-Nazis, protesting the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue and violent counter-protesters.
Michael Chernuchin, the SVU showrunner, said giving tragic real-world events the TV treatment made sense given the country’s current political climate.
On Wednesday, SVU writer Robert B. Cohen responded to a tweet by Ann Coulter.
— (((Robert B Cohen))) (@RobertBCohen) January 31, 2018
Why can’t they see that the right just wants to Make America Great Again?