Samantha Bee caused a stir once over a joke that targeted Hillary Rodham Clinton. Now, her signature show is cheering on protesters who are making life miserable, and worse, for five pro-life Supreme Court justices…at their homes.
Bee, host of TBS’s low-rated Samantha Bee: Full FrontalThis week,, sent a horrifying Tweet claiming that pro-choice protesters were justified in their actions.
Do you know of another way to interpret this humor attempt?
These protests were linked to an illegally leaking draft opinion, suggesting that the Supreme Court might soon reverse Roe V. Wade.
It’s worth noting the Biden White House initially gave the green light to this behavior when pressed on the issue late last week. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki admired the protesters’ “passion” and couldn’t envision the obvious, nor did she caution against protesting at a justices’ home.
They gave their support tacitly to the protesters. Period.
Protests at public officials’ homes are a sign of a threat to the state and against certain laws. It’s a line that shouldn’t be crossed for many on both sides of the aisle.
It’s not the easy Left.
Wisconsin already has pro-abortion organizations that go beyond the words on placards. They spray painted a direct threat to anyone who topples Roe v. Wade at an anti-abortion group’s office building. They also set fire to a portion of it.
Even worse. Scarier.
Reports said that Justice Samuel Alito’s relatives had to move to his safety.
In this context, Team Biden experienced a slight change in heart.
Not Bee’s Fully Frontal show, though.
They witnessed all the protests and read the Molotov cocktail that was left at the Wisconsin centre. Then they penned the tweet anyway.
Then again, Fully FrontalIt has been a terrible episode from the beginning. Bee called Sen. Ted Cruz a “fish-faced, horses*** salesman” at the dawn of her TBS show.
The same program later called First Daughter Ivanka Trump a “feckless c-word” and had little, if any, condemnation of the year-plus BLM riots that burned down cities across America.
Supporting the current protests is “on-brand” for a show that can’t stay out of the ratings basement.
[Cross-posted from Hollywood in Toto]