The Hollywood Communistic Cult is so full of hypocrites that it begs the question of whether they — people whose job it is to literally persuade everyone that they’re someone they’re not — recognize the word “hypocrite” anymore. It’s almost as if they swear by the mantra of, ‘Do as I say, not as I do.’
Former Saturday Night Live (SNL) writer and cast member Tina Fey did an interview earlier this week with podcaster David Tennant, according to an article by The Hollywood Reporter, in which she claimed that she’s “glad” and “relieved” that she’s not on SNL anymore because “culture” and the “political climate” are so “ugly.”
“The culture is so ugly and the political climate is so ugly," Fey told Tennant. "We would always have everybody on because you could. You'd have Bush Sr. come do a thing with Dana Carvey before I worked there. It's so truly ugly now.”
Listen, Fey is absolutely right. SNL has always leaned to the left, but at least the show relied on comedy years ago instead of mean-spirited attacks against their counterparts like they do currently.
The problem for Fey comes in later in the interview when the topic of her portrayal of former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin came up. While Fey was critical of the current political climate affecting her former show, she intimated that she didn’t want to be on camera at the same sketch, at the same time as Palin when she visited SNL during the 2008 election cycle.
“I didn't want to be in a two-shot with her," she said. "Because I just thought, 'Well, that's what they'll show when I die.' When I die, that's what they'll show on the Emmys.”
The left, no matter how “tolerant” they may portray themselves to be, absolutely can’t stand being associated with the right unless said person on the right agrees or acquiesces to the left’s every whim.
It’s kind of sad that people so talented at making entertaining television, which Fey used to do, are so incapable of showing people they disagree with the same tolerance they publicly show to others that don’t push back against their narratives or agendas.