Conservative Pundits Mock Hollywood Stars in a Perfect Parody of Self-Important PSA’s

If you are like me, you are sick and tired of the self-aggrandizing messaging coming from those Hollywood-style PSA’s (public service announcements) demagoguing Donald Trump and his supporters.

You know the ones — it’s a close-up of a serious looking celebrity seriously saying something serious about a very serious topic. The video is of course then interposed with other very serious celebrities, saying similarly serious things, about similarly serious topics (in the most recent cases it’s all be about how Donald Trump is a bad dude). In fact, these PSA’s have looked and felt exactly the same for the last decade or so, it’s as if the creators of these videos believe they’ve reached the zenith of their creativity by recreating the exact same scene for every political commercial they shoot.

Here’s the latest example:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6R6BXr8UA0o

Thankfully, we have our own uber-creative folks who can also copy the same tired PSA model for a political commercial. But when our people do it, it’s actually funny…

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Watch as brilliant conservatives S.E. Cupp, Katie Pavlich, Mary Katherine Ham, Mollie Hemingway, and Guy Benson recently got together to perform their own PSA, directed at the holier-than-thou Hollywood hypocrites who believe they have the authority to dictate wrong and right to the rest of America.

Watch and enjoy:

 

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