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To: rktman
I remember back when late night TV was funny. Sure they told some tongue in cheek jokes about the President or other political figures during the monologue, but it applied to all Presidents and politicians, not just one party. It was in a spirit of playfulness and fun. Remember how they never .... NEVER ... passed judgement on their audience and nobody cried or told you how to vote?

Now it's just a bunch of virtue signaling leftists who call you a dumb redneck murderer if you don't agree with them. Their "jokes" are at the expense of other Americans ... half their audience! ... that they don't agree with. Never gonna watch late nite talk again.

12 posted on 10/06/2017 9:18:22 AM PDT by pepsi_junkie
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To: pepsi_junkie

You have that right. Its even gone one step farther with Jimmy Kimmel working Chuck Schumer on his talking points and Jon Stewart clearing his show script with the Obama WH. And dont get me started on Trevor Noah or John Oliver; two of the most unfunniest “comedians” out there. Shows filled with the type of bile you described, squared.


22 posted on 10/06/2017 9:34:04 AM PDT by KC_Conspirator
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To: pepsi_junkie

Yes, the late night shows prove that we have a democrat/communist media/entertainment/academia propaganda complex. All of the show march in the lockstep of Lenin’s “Iron Discipline.” None of them dissent from the “party line.” They all parrot the same political ideological positions every single night.

Their false righteous bitter harangues are just not funny.


29 posted on 10/06/2017 10:13:06 AM PDT by henkster (The View: A psychiatric group therapy session where the shrink has stepped out of the room.)
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