Louder With Crowder
September 22, 2017
Make illegal immigration great again?
If Hollywood has it’s way, then yes! Because apparently television isn’t political enough for their tastes (see Viewer Ratings for Trump-Bashing Emmys Among the Lowest Ever and James Corden Jokes Around with Sean Spicer. Leftists Bully Him to Apologize).
Written by David Feeney (New Girl, 2 Broke Girls) and to be directed by Christine Gernon (Speechless, New Girl), the comedy revolves around a hard-bitten husband and empathetic wife who butt heads over the chaos created when they provide sanctuary for their undocumented nanny and her family — and come to learn, if their marriage survives, that the differences both families have aren’t as significant as their similarities. Feeney and Gernon executive produce for 20th Century Fox TV.
The David Feeney comedy joins several other recently set-up projects that tackle the subject of immigrants, including the undocumented.
I mean, I get it. There’s nothing funnier about breaking the law and making fun of people who disagree with it.
Leftist Hollywood’s ratings are sagging like a centenarian’s bewbage (read LOL! Hollywood Blames Trump For The Failure Of Their Comedies…). You’d think the Tinseltown execs would have see those numbers and change course. Nope. Full speed ahead. “If at first you don’t succeed,” or some such nonsense. But, nothing is going to make us like the pile of cow dung they try to pass off as television.
Also, Hollywood is completely unoriginal these days. All they’re capable of turning out are gender-swapped retreads of past classics. Case in point? This show. A sitcom about an alien hiding out from the government with a suburban family? You guys aren’t fooling anyone. This is ALF, only they’ve swapped out Alf for Alma. Cats for tacos. A Melmacian for a Mexican.
Progressives want to show through their
propaganda television programs how illegals are just like us. They’re perfectly willing to gloss over the murder and rape illegal pendejos commit. Now, there’s an original idea. A gripping crime drama about government agents tracking down fence-jumpers. We could call it ICE. I know I’d watch it. Looks like illegals could be TV gold, after all.
They should just hold the 2018 Emmy Awards now. You know who all the awards are going to before the shows even air.
Save us all the time.
This article was posted: Friday, September 22, 2017 at 8:17 am