Listen, I get it. Mainstream Media has always had a left leaning slant. Heck, Walter Cronkite and Peter Jennings were left of center, but did you ever notice it in their newscasts?In the past decade, CNN and MSNBC have blurred the lines of what is considered journalism and what is considered commentary.In their so-called news slots, they steer the narrative by using terms like "This racist President said".What scary is, I'm starting to see it on NBC and CBS.I know you're going to say Fox News does the same thing, but they do try to identify what is news and what is commentary.I never once heard, "This extreme left President said" in their newscasts.Enough on the news.
I love to binge watch Netflix, HULU, and Amazon Prime Shows. I used to love the American Horror series on FX.The series after the 2016 election turned my stomach.It made it out to be the end of the world now that Trump was elected.I guess, in the eyes of many lefties, it was.Even current series like Orange is the New Black has every stereotypical leftwing talking point built right into the storyline. It was unbelievable.In one scene, the curly redhead ex junkie went on a scripted diatribe on how Trump and his corporate minions are destroying America.I swear to God it was written by DNC chair Tom Perez.She even sounded like him.Even the "Mars" series pounded climate change every 5 minutes.
Hollywood has released movies that bash conservatives for years, but they really outdid themselves this time in their fantasy world."The Hunt",a movie about privileged vacationers hunting “deplorables” for sport is ruffling feathers more than a month before its scheduled release and after tragic mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
“The violent, R-rated filmfollows a dozen MAGA types who wake up in a clearing and realize they are being stalked for sport by elite liberals,” The Hollywood Reporter's Kim Masters wrote. “It features guns blazing along with other ultra-violent killings as the elites pick off their prey.”
Now, the movie has been put on hold. More on "The Hunt" here > Movie execs reportedly pulled ads for a horror film where US elites hunt 'deplorables' for sport after the shootings in El Paso and Dayton
Even without the recent tragedies, the movie was sure to cause controversy.“Out of sensitivity to the attention on the country’s recent shooting tragedies, Universal Pictures and the filmmakers of ‘The Hunt’ have temporarily paused its marketing campaign and are reviewing materials as we move forward,” a Universal Pictures spokesman said.