The same liberal rhetoric that has poisoned the media has poisoned much of our regular television programming. And the networks behind the biased liberal media have done little to uplift the shows meant to entertain and offer relief from real-life problems, at least for a little while.
Further, the entertainers who found it necessary to share their political leanings with us during the past election have only now become pieces of a machine aimed to manipulate our opinions and vote.
Saturday Night Live, specifically, has forever been a hub of liberal propaganda, particularly during election year. However, if you can get past their obvious bias, the show will occasionally surprise you with insightful skits that are actually entertaining.
From Louder With Crowder:
Saturday Night Live captured the feeling some had watching last week’s election night results in a sketch that found host Dave Chappelle and surprise guest Chris Rock mocking a room full of Hillary Clinton supporters.
In the scene, which was set on election night, a group of Clinton voters excitedly waited for their candidate to win the presidency – only to watch the victory slip away and into Donald Trump’s grasp.
“Why aren’t people turning out for Hillary the way they did for Barack Obama?”
“I mean, maybe because you’re replacing a charismatic 40-year-old black guy with a 70-year-old white woman. That’s like the Knicks replacing Patrick Ewing with Neil Patrick Harris.”
Not that we’re all of a sudden pretending to be Chris Rocks fans (see Chris Rock Makes Dumbass, Racist, “Equal Pay” Comment. Misses Huge Irony… and Why Chris Rock’s Pathetic Oscar Race-Baiting Was an Epic Fail…). But this sketch is a beautiful example of where conservatives and black liberals can find common ground.. ridiculing lily white leftists.
Most of the episode was politically charged, with the legendary Dave Chappelle often tip-toeing around the issue or providing a more or less fair depiction of the situation. This sketch went straight for the throat, both criticizing white liberals’ naivety, but also suggesting that most of America is racially driven.
While it’s always fun to mock liberals, the underlying message of the sketch that white American conservatives are racist was off. The jokes poised by Chappelle and Rock suggest that Middle America voted for Trump to return to a “white” ruling party, not the real reasons he was voted in, which include: a restored economy, end of illegal immigration and protection from ISIS.
But that’s the best you’ll get out of a liberal sketch comedy show.
Source: Louder With Crowder