In the 1960s we had "love-ins." Sarah's shtick is "hate-ins."
Sarah Silverman is billed as a comedian, but she's not funny -- she's bitchy. Worse, she's a bitchy feminist whose humor tends to be anti-anything-bitchy-feminists hate. Naturally, Trump is her #1 target. What's crazy is that people pay money to participate in Sara's bitchy-feminists hate session.
On the October 25 episode of Sarah Silverman’s Hulu series, I Love You, America, Silverman once again attacked President Donald Trump, this time saying he has gone “full Hitler.”
Like many liberals, Sarah Silverman mischaracterized what “nationalist” means after the president said at a campaign rally that he considers himself to be one.
After showing the clip of the president calling himself a nationalist, Silverman scoffed that she heard Trump use the “n-word,” and by that, she meant “nationalist.” She went on to say that he went “full Hitler” and insisted “his bigotry is no longer masked by his rhetoric.”
Naturally, she then prosaically linked Trump’s rally speech to the recent bomb scare, saying, “We cannot be surprised to wake up to bombs at the doors of his favorite targets.”
Silverman went on the attack against Christians, calling their religion a “shroud” to cover “hang-ups” and adding that the administration’s recent moves to protect religious freedom were only meant to hurt gay people and women. But, since she calls herself a “godless person,” perhaps her opinion of religion might not make her a trusted source?
Her Hulu series has been one long, extended, attack on Trump, Christians, Republicans, and conservatives.
Silverman, who claims to be a rabid feminist, recently got herself in trouble -- even with her left-wing fans -- when she admitted that she gave disgraced comedian Louis C.K. “permission” to masturbate in front of her.
Sarah Silverman revealed during an interview that Louis C.K. asked if he could masturbate in front of her and she said "fuck yeah, I want to see that!"
"I'm not making excuses for him. Please don't take this that way," the 47-year-old comedian shared during the "Howard Stern Show" on Sirius XM Radio. "But we are peers. We're equals so you know when we were kids and he asked if he could masturbate in front of me, sometimes I would go, 'fuck yeah. I want to see that."
Posted by Warner Todd Huston on October 26, 2018