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Pause For a Moment: Liberal TV Rewind - 'Blackish' & 'SNL'


The media aren't the only ones on television pushing an agenda-driven narrative. There are tons of shows all over the small screen landscape that promote liberal propaganda with dangerous motives on a daily basis.

Welcome to "Pause For a Moment."

Join MRCTV's Nick Kangadis as he painstakingly sits through the worst of television so you don't have to.

This week, Kangadis calls out the race baiting ABC show "Blackish" and the women at Saturday Night Live (SNL) who released a statement in support for serial groper Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).

“Because none of these people that have run SNL into a state of comedy life support experienced Franken’s touchy-feely side,” Kangadis said, “it’s not possible that Franken could have deviant sexual proclivities when you’re not around?”

"I want to wish all of you a very happy Thanksgiving," Kangadis added. "Stop hogging all the stuffing!"

Don't forget to watch the video at the top! Stay tuned for more from MRCTV.

Sources: NewsBusters' "Blackish" review, NewsBusters' "SNL" statement review, 2016 FBI Crime Statistics

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