Skip to comments.MSNBC's Wagner Brings on Lizz Winstead and Sarah Silverman
Posted on 01/25/2014 12:22:59 PM PST by Kaslin
MSNBC's furor over Mike Huckabee's remarks on women and the Democrats boiled over on "Now with Alex Wagner" on Thursday afternoon. Radical feminist "comedians" Sarah Silverman and Lizz Winstead were promoted once again for their "V to Shining V" crusade for "Lady Parts Justice" -- that is, untrammeled abortion, the full Gosnell. (See previous promotional segment here.)
“It’s so bizarre,” Silverman said about Huckabee's remarks, smelling careerism and insincerity. “When a politician is speaking on behalf of those people who are pulling their strings, for their purse and for their, um, the betterment of their career, it’s gross. I’m just an actress and when I speak out politically it does not help my career at all.” Silverman babbled and rambled about how sperm can smell, leaving Lizz Winstead to look like the articulate side of the Left.
We have to stop feeding into this narrative that its somehow awful to be a sexual being, to enjoy your sexuality, to want to be responsible with your sexuality," said Winstead, constructing the usual MSNBC straw man.
Winstead got personal: You know what. I actually enjoy sex; and I like to protect myself so I dont get pregnant, because I have looked inside myself after many years on Earth and said You know what? Id be an awful mother. And so to prevent that from happening to the world around us, I think Ill use birth control."
Winstead is now liberated and 52.
When it came to pro-lifers, Winstead summed up: "I guess what they’re trying to prove over and over again that their sex lives are so miserable that they’re going to try and do everything in their power to just beat the drum of repression. I don’t know what else to say."
Wagner began the show in completely fem-botic exaggeration: "Just when you thought the Republican Party’s open antagonism toward women and their reproductive organs couldn’t get any more hostile, hours ago, talk show host, former governor, and failed presidential candidate Mike Huckabee took it upon himself to 'mansplain' to the women of America how one party wants to tame their wild libidos.”
Notice how Wagner loves to pretend there aren't actually any Republican women, who apparently have an open antagonism to their own reproductive organs. Wagner was certainly playing games with Huckabees actual speech, which she called downright terrifying.
But that's nothing compared to Wagner pretending there's nothing noticeable eliminated in an abortion. (Here we go again, Liberals For Science!) Wagner also claimed that more people die in colonoscopies than in abortion, so she asked "Why isn't there an anti-colonoscopy lobby?" This graphic appeared on screen:
In small type underneath, don't miss "SOURCE: ROLLING STONE." It doesn't say "You can get all your pot supplies and your MSNBC stats in the same place."
Reagan said it best..why is it the ones who love abortion the most have already been born
Once glance at Winstead chills the old libido about as quickly as Helen Thomas.
Or why is it the most fervent proponents of Abortion are womyn who never have to worry about an unplanned pregnancy?
Leftists love killing babies just like they want to decide who lives and who dies(just like with death panels in Obamacare) its all about power..they look at a baby in an ultra sound and shown disdain over him/her..leftists have never valued life
Wagner grew up in Washington, D.C.
Her father, Carl Wagner, is from Iowa and is a prominent Democratic Party political consultant who co-chaired Bill Clintons presidential campaign.
Protip: For successful abortions, the mortality rate is 100,000 per 100,000.
Wagner has worked as the cultural correspondent for the Center for American Progress.
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I for one, hope those witches get all the abortions they want.
They should NOT multiply.`
“Winstead got personal: You know what. I actually enjoy sex;”
Maybe my reading comprehension is off, but is there a large group of people that don’t enjoy having sex?
Wagner is engaged to Barack Obama’s personal chef and “Lets Move” ambassador, Sam Kass.
My question in regard to Winstead is... who would touch THAT?!
That’s fair & balanced, 3 leftists attacking Republicans/s
I was saddened, years ago, to find out that Sarah Silverman was a crazy lefty. But at least she hasn’t reproduced.
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Yes, republicans, all of them and certainly all conservatives.
And they want to keep everyone else from having sex. They want to keep government monopoly money that grows on trees, and in no way comes from the taxpayer, out of everyone’s hands, certainly progressives’.
I ‘d like to ask Wagner if it’s a good idea to have half of his viewership on as guests. Oh well it’s not like he has to compete in the free market.
These feminists sure do want to talk about sex an awful lot. Amanda Marcotte, Sandra Fluke, now Sarah Silverman and this other shrew. They all seem so ...... sexless. I suspect they are all talk.
As for Silverman, she's just not funny. Sorry, she's not. Her stand up was never good and her old show was just awful.
I honestly think we should just ignore everything and everyone on MSNBC. Period!
My mom always said that most that are for abortion are the ones you wouldn’t want to boink anyway
Yeah that’s true..the ones that love abortion and scream “Hail Satan” I wouldnt want them to breed anyway
Sarah Silverman is the Jewish entertainer who has made a career out of mocking Jesus and Christians. She also mimes doing something nasty with her dog. What spokesperson for women.
with her or otherwise?
I guess she missed the studies that showed couples claiming the happiest sex lives were married practicing christians and jews.
Seems to be that it's darn near 100,000 per 100,000, maybe more.
C'mon, let's call it what it really is: C to Shining C.
Dumb brings on Dumber and Dumberer
“I like sex” - Idiocracy
For the love of...otherwise! :)
I’d hit Sarah Silverman... I wouldn’t have any rationale excuse for doing so... but I’d still hit it... twice for good measure.
And then hopefully wash yourself down with bleach, a lighter, and a q-tip... I wouldn't want to see a Freeper die a painful rotting death.
With a two by four with a nail embedded.
Twice for good measure.
Then bleach, blowtorch and nuclear radiation
Dang, I didn’t realize that Colonoscopies were so dangerous !
128 deaths out of 371,099 cases in this report.
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