This parody of Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," that aired on the godless NBC lie-machine's Saturday Night Live, caused every undergarment over at Fox Nation to become bunched.
Todd Starnes' saw this as the official start of NBC's jihad on Christians:
Ah yes. It'd be hilarious if it were intended as parody and wasn't dragging our country farther down in to the shitter.
If one were to click through to the full article, which I didn't link to because fuck them, one could read Starnes' other evidence of his perceived war on Christians:
• "NBC Sports blogger Rick Chandler wrote a scathing smear against a prominent Christian church in Dallas.
The First Baptist Church in Dallas had invited Tim Tebow to speak at an upcoming service. Chandler urged the outspoken Christian football player to reconsider."
• "NBC removed the words “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance during a produced video that aired during the U.S. Open."
• NBC medical editor Nancy Snyderman infamously denounced the religious part of Christmas during an episode of Today.
“I don’t like the religion part,” said Snyderman.“I think religion is what mucks the whole thing up.”
...and it goes on until it gets to Starnes' main point: NBC should be mocking Muslims like all good Christians do.
"Why aren’t the writers at SNL churning out weekly skits about Islam – or the Prophet Mohammed? Where’s the mock movie trailer for “Jihad Undetonated?” Where’s the television show called “Good Muslim B****es?” Or the magazine essay about “The Myths of Mohammed?”"
Lastly, the grand finale: a little dose patented GOP projection:
"As best as I can tell the folks over at NBC are either ideological bullies or religious bigots. Either one is enough for me to change the channel."
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