On the show today, we cover the most boring Oscars ever, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez goes on a power trip, and Michael Steele goes full MSNBC, and you should never go full MSNBC.
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The Oscars were relatively politics-free, with only a couple of exceptions. In addition to a bunch of movies no one saw winning awards and the lack of a host, the show generally sucked. There was a distinct lack of movie stars; they used people like Serena Williams and chef Jose Andres as presenters instead of people involved in the film industry. Andres said women and immigrants move the world forward, and Spike Lee essentially called for people to vote against Trump. Other than that, it was entirely forgettable.
Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez really likes having power, so much so that she told anyone unwilling to bend to her will that they’d better just shut up and get out of her way. If she’s like this with a little power, just imagine how she’d be with more.
Climate change is such a serious issue to the left that Ocasio-Cortez wondered if people should have kids anymore. Yes, seriously. We have the audio.
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele thinks President Donald Trump is upset that a domestic terrorist attack was thwarted by the FBI because the potential targets were liberals. And that wasn’t even the dumbest thing Steele said as his descent into full-blown MSNBC reached its conclusion. It’s sad what people will do to keep a TV contract.
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