Asswipe Stephen Colbert’s Anti-Trump Nagger and Ju Fest Opening Song (Video)

The sound is too low, but the hate for traditional white Christian America comes across loud and clear.

Four minutes of asswipe Colbert is four minutes too many.


Stephen Colbert kicked off this years Emmy Awards with a musical number that paid tribute to the greatest shows on television (with plenty of not-so-subtle jabs at President Trump).

The Emmy host was challenged by Blackish star Anthony Anderson and Mom star Allison Janney that he couldn’t sing about how television has never been better. And it was a challenged accepted.

Colbert sang that despite the troubles that exist in the world, the world is better on TV.

Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus made a musical cameo, singing “Imagine if your president was not belonged to Nazis.”

Colbert appeared with Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys of The Americans, singing how their show had “hotter spies” than the real-life “Russia inquiry” accompanied by an image of Trump’s meeting with Russia President Vladimir Putin.

“Even treason’s better on TV,” they sang together.

Other cameos included Millie Bobby Brown of Stranger Things, Chrissy Metz, Sterling K. Brown, and Justin Hartley of This is Us, Tony Hale of Veep, and a politically-charged appearance by Chance The Rapper.

Bonus video: Colbert’s opening monologue:

Not funny! But watching an audience of fellow asswipes yucking it up with every cheap, unfunny joke is amusing. It was good to see the real Sean Spicer at the end.

SAG Awards: Media Proclaim Diversity the Big Winner

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In the battle of political correctness, diversity promoters crowed Saturday night after the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards.

At this point in history, everyone with even the slightest bit of common sense knows that all awards are heavily politicized, some more than others.


The journalism drama Spotlight took home the main prize at the Screen Actors Guild awards, but the success of minority actors drew most attention.

The film, about the Boston Globe’s investigation of paedophile Catholic priests, won for best film cast.

But many of the main awards in Los Angeles were won by actors of diverse backgrounds, with industry magazine Variety noting that “diversity reigns”.

It comes amid controversy over a lack of diversity among Oscar nominees.

Controversy, the BBC says. Sure, the liberal media can always create a controversy. Those controversies keep the pot stirred up, thus making nonwhites think that the whole “white” world is against them.

The best thing for sensible people to do is to refuse to acknowledge these manufactured controversies, while withholding your dollars from the entertainment industry. Playing cards or even old-fashioned board games like Monopoly is a lot cheaper and less distracting than following the film industry. Movie tickets are not cheap and movies are often propaganda anyway–anti-white propaganda created by Jewish filmmakers with an agenda.

British actor Idris Elba won for his roles in the detective drama Luther, and for his supporting role as an African warlord in Beasts of No Nation.

“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diverse TV,” he said as he presented an award.

The female prison series Orange is the New Black won the ensemble award for a comedy series, and its star Uzo Aduba for best comedy actress in a television series.

The series has earned praise for its diverse cast and willingness to address race issues. Accepting the cast award, actress Laura Prepon referred to her cast mates, saying: “This is what we talk about when we talk about diversity.”

The three main acting awards were given to films with mainly white casts, Spotlight, The Revenant and Room, all of which are among the Oscar favourites.

Channeling my inner self and my imaginary partner: “Gee, Skippy. Some TV show wins an award for it’s “willingness to address race issues.” Why doesn’t Saboteur win any awards. Isn’t that what we do here? Talk about race issues? Skippy? … Skippy?”

Skippy knows the truth.

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Don’t think of awards as rewarding talent. Think of them as psychological operations (psy ops) perpetrated by the enemy in order to influence us to engage in our collective racial suicide.