The Simpsons Go “Full Leftard”


This is an image of Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon choking each other presented in a promotion of the next episode of the Simpson’s that was done to mark president Donald Trump’s 100th day in office. It’s tame compared to how they depict press secretary Sean Spicer.

The Simpsons have always been a subtle outlet for leftist hatred of religion, business and functional families, now they’ve gone all out and to present an awful depiction of the Trump White House, something not ever done to the Obama white house.

Fandom History

When the Simpson family had a blackout, Bart asked his mother if Barack Obama knew that DVDs needed electricity to work.

Drederick Tatum has a tattoo of Barack Obama on his chest, and when he trained Marge to fight, he encouraged her to punch the tattoo.

For Black history month Nelson, Lewis, Richard, Wendell and Janey all dressed up as Obama, much to Groundskeeper Willie’s dismay.

When Superintendent Chalmers showed Bart a picture of all of the Presidents, Obama was one of the few that Bart recognized (identifying him as “black guy”). Lenny said that Carl thinks he has all the answers since Obama was elected.[4]

Janeane Garofalo told Annie Dubinsky that she kept her promise, just like Obama did with Guantanamo.

In the 2012 election, Homer didn’t vote for Obama because he already had one wife telling him to eat healthy. Plus, Obama had promised the death penalty but his father was still alive. So Homer voted for Mitt Romney as he had invented Obamacare.

Homer tried to vote for Barack Obama in the 2008 Presidential election, but the voting machine was rigged to turn his vote into one for John McCain. After Homer made six attempts to vote for Obama, the machine sucked him in and killed him.



15 Comments on The Simpsons Go “Full Leftard”

  1. They didn’t play favorites at one time. The show has not been good for a few years now.
    Futurama was always better.

  2. All I remember was “Eat my Shorts!” Never saw the actual program. That was back when all the men at work use to say that to one another. Hardy har har.

    annie Go Trump

  3. I haven’t watched TV for years but I used to enjoy the Simpsons, Family Guy, Married w/ Children (antidote to the Huxtables) and My Name is Earl.
    Austin City Limits, the best show on PBS.
    I used to call up during the pledge drives and tell the operator I was sending money to the NRA rather than PBS…

    Thank you AlGore for the internet!

  4. Years ago I was on a business trip. I checked into my hotel and turned on the TV. The Simpsons we on, and the episode was about Homer being put in his place for his anti-religious bigotry. I was shocked, ever back then. Since I missed the beginning, I wanted to see the whole episode.

    After a few years these Simpsons were in syndicaction. My local station showed it twice an evening. I saw some episodes over and over. I swear I saw that gawd-awful episode where Lisa became a vegetarian every two weeks. But I never saw the particular episode I was looking for. I was beginning to think I had dreamed that episode. It was probably a good six or seven years later before I finally saw it. Once.

    The Simpsons, like SNL, are thought “too big to fail, ” but both should have been canceled years ago.

  5. I used to watch the Simpsons…when I was in jr. high school. I doubt I would find the show entertaining now. Hard to believe it’s still on the air.

  6. They came out ’bout the same time as In Living
    Color. I wish In Living Color was still on and
    not the Simpsons.

  7. OMG, the 700th celebrity just happens to pass through the lives of the people in an obscure town, what are the odds?


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