The leftists of our nation are continually finding new ways to make a scene when it comes to their disdain for President Donald Trump.
First, there were the paid leftist agitators that traveled to Trump rallies during the campaign in order to stir up trouble. These ridiculous antics were captured for all to see on mainstream media cameras, emblazoned with headlines during their broadcast that equated then-candidate Trump with chaos and violence. The liberal war of perception had begun.
Now, the leftist loons at Comedy Central, in yet another pathetic attempt to disparage the President of the United States, will exploit their female-fronted, gross-out humor vehicle “Broad City” to make a point.
“One episode, which premiered at Colossal Clusterfest in San Francisco earlier this month, deals with the idea that ‘a witch is really just a woman who’s in touch with her womanhood,’ Glazer says. ‘Ilana’s ‘powers’ are decreasing during the current administration because it’s just so hard to (orgasm) when you know so many people are in such danger. So Ilana works through her Trump-related (hang-up) and it’s wild.’
“But you’ll never actually hear Ilana or Abbi say the president’s name.
“‘There’s no airtime for this orange (person),’ Glazer says. ‘We bleep his name the whole season.'”
While the Comedy Central staple has claimed that the move is an effort to delegitimize the President, their true predicament could stem from their desire to have Trump impeached.
The leftist belief that Trump is mere moments away from being removed from office, while farcical to say the least, is more likely the culprit here. Even though it is highly unlikely that we’ll see a President Pence anytime in the next 3-plus years, Comedy Central has allowed themselves this insurance policy against such an incident. Reshooting a sitcom such as Broad City would be an expensive proposition for the network, whose liberal slant will likely cost them a great deal of viewership if ESPN and CNN are any indication of the nation’s conservative uprising. By allowing the President’s name to be reduced to an omnipresent sound, they have potentially saved their networks hundreds of thousands of dollars.