Hollywood is saturated with liberals. TV shows and movies are being used as vehicles for propaganda, and no one knows this better than TV and movie mainstay Chevy Chase.
During his early days on Saturday Night Live (SNL), Chase, in a newly released video, admitted that he attempted to use his comedy to help Jimmy Carter win the election.
The interviewer feigns surprise, but anybody who’s watched more than five minutes of SNL knows that often what passes for comedy is nothing more than leftists skewering conservative values.
Listen to Chase talk about modern SNL:
Look where you will, you’ll find glossy liberal celebrities complaining about Republicans. Kathy Griffin’s idiotic decision to share a picture of herself holding a fake, severed Trump-head barely came as a surprise. Crudely insulting the commander in chief has become fashionable.
Chase seems proud to have furthered SNL’s liberal bias, but other cast members offer a more a nuanced view. SNL star Michael Che supported President Trump when the then-candidate complained about the show’s political slant.
“Oddly, I agree with him,” Chi said in an interview. “We try to write that way. But I do agree with him. I think the show should show all views and we make a conscious effort to do so…comedy should take both sides. No matter who is in power, we should be making fun of them.”
A wise liberal. How rare.