No one doubts that the “fake news” shows on Comedy Central are propaganda organs for liberalism. NPR and MSNBC hosts have swooned over the soothing satirical nightcaps for the snarky liberal.
Apparently, that genre isn’t enough. Now, the channel’s situation comedies are pushing the Democrats.
In the March 16 episode of the millennial-female sitcom “Broad City,” the buffoonish main character (played by Ilana Glazer) volunteers for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign — so enthusiastically she put “Rodham” in her name, as in “Ilana Rodham Wexler.” Since she’s not very bright, she assumes that she is being paid for the volunteer position.
Clinton’s TV campaign supervisor advises the volunteers on proper messaging to potential Clinton voters over the phone: “But just remind them succinctly that a vote for Hillary is a vote for the working class.” Ilana jumps in with more: “And minorities. You know, your caramels, your queers, your Ls, your Gs, your Bs, your Ts, your Qs. Vets, right? Babies. The handi-capable!”