I watched Michelle Wolf’s WHCD set and honestly, I am stunned that anybody is aghast at the tiny slice of the show directed at Huckabee-Sanders. That was maybe the mildest part of the set — she spent maybe five times as much time and vitriol making fun of CNN.

It’s amazing what snowflakes these fascists can be.

20 thoughts on “I watched Michelle Wolf’s WHCD set and honestly, I am stunned that anybody is aghast at the tiny slice of the show…

  1. The main outrage was that she made fun of people’s looks except I watched the whole thing and she doesn’t do that so…she called people liars and they proved her right by lying about what she said.

  2. < ![CDATA[The main outrage was that she made fun of people's looks except I watched the whole thing and she doesn't do that so...she called people liars and they proved her right by lying about what she said.]]>

  3. It’s amazing what the press can do (spreading a tweaked version of a piece of news, so that everyone that doesn’t take the time to watch the video won’t know better) when you kick them in the balls very hard, calling them out on their hypocrisy for creating Trump and then profiting from his actions while the GOP is busy destroying US democracy, right?

  4. < ![CDATA[It's amazing what the press can do (spreading a tweaked version of a piece of news, so that everyone that doesn't take the time to watch the video won't know better) when you kick them in the balls very hard, calling them out on their hypocrisy for creating Trump and then profiting from his actions while the GOP is busy destroying US democracy, right?]]>

  5. They’re trying to bend over backwards to prove their impartiality.

    Honestly I think the press has been put into a no-win situation. They painted themselves into a corner but they got backed in there by relentless conservative rhetoric. It’s the same corner most of the professional/status-quo “left” finds itself I think.

  6. < ![CDATA[They're trying to bend over backwards to prove their impartiality. Honestly I think the press has been put into a no-win situation. They painted themselves into a corner but they got backed in there by relentless conservative rhetoric. It's the same corner most of the professional/status-quo "left" finds itself I think.]]>