Peter Fonda and Stephen Colbert poster boys for Left-Wing Hatred There is a case for firing CBS “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert.

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By Lynn Woolley

The Left is nothing if not nasty.

I don’t mean in the sense that they disagree with the Right. I mean in the profanity they delight in using – and in the way they stretch the facts to meet their own point of view.

Actor Peter Fonda is the latest example.

He’s called for a mob of 90-million people to surround the children of ICE agents. He wants to scare the blank out of them. Referring to President Trump, he tweeted:

“Wanna stop this f-ing monster.”

He called Mr. Trump the chief a-hole. Worst of all, Fonda called on his mob to:

“…rip Barron Trump from his mother’s arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles.”

Barron Trump is twelve. The office of his mother, Melania Trump, has notified the Secret Service about Fonda’s messages. The actor is vile – but so is CBS late night host Stephen Colbert who runs uncensored on every CBS affiliated TV station.


There is a case for firing CBS “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert.

Colbert’s venom is spewed against Trump night after night, but this may be the worst. In May 2017, Colbert referenced “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson’s interview with the President about Mr. Trump’s claims that President Obama had wiretapped his office.

“Donald Trump, John Dickerson is a fair-minded journalist and one of the most competent people who will ever walk into your office. John Dickerson has way too much dignity to trade insults with the President of the United States to his face. But I, sir, am no John Dickerson.”

Colbert then proceeded to see how nasty he could be:

“Mr. President, I love your presidency. I call it ‘Disgrace the Nation.’ You’re turning into a real prick-tator. You have more people marching against you than cancer. The only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s cock holster.”

Colbert’s slander of the President may have stood up as the most vile, profane, inhumane comment about Mr. Trump (even angering homosexuals) until Peter Fonda came along.

Video: Colbert at his nastiest. The cock holster comments is at the end.

The 78-year old actor must have worked hard to be as profane and disgusting.

Fonda has a movie about to come out, and so, predictable, he tried to walk it back a few hours later:

“I tweeted something highly inappropriate and vulgar about the president and his family in response to the devastating images I was seeing on television. Like many Americans, I am very impassioned and distraught over the situation with children separated from their families at the border, but I went way too far. It was wrong and I should not have done it. I immediately regretted it and sincerely apologize to the family for what I said and any hurt my words have caused.”

He sincerely wants Sony Pictures NOT to give him the ABC-Roseanne treatment.

Roseanne, who is not a true conservative, is perceived as one. So she was fired and her show cancelled in the wake of nasty comments aimed at Valerie Jarrett. Sony might pull the movie – but that’s not likely. Nothing much ever happens to people on the Left.

Video: Robert de Niro’s ‘F- Trump’ speech at Tony awards (June 11, 2018)

Remember what actor Robert Di Niro said about the President at the Tony Awards?

Here’s a reminder:

“First thing’s first: F*** Trump. It’s no longer, ‘Down with Trump, it’s ‘F*** Donald Trump.’”

De Niro and Fonda are almost irrelevant.

Their movie careers are almost over. Colbert is on TV five nights a week. CBS-TV should be ashamed and embarrassed by what he says over their air. I don’t expect CBS to fire him (remember, he’s a leftist). TV stations that used to be locally owned and might have objected are now owned by big national companies – and they do not care. Most of them are left-wing, too.

I’m not one for boycotting, but in the case of Colbert – I’ll make an exception.

This un-American jerk of a human being should not be supported by anyone who loves this country, or who has the brains to recognize what Mr. Trump has accomplished.

FROM THE COLBERT-HOLSTER WEBSITE: The top sponsors for May 2-5 supporting Stephen Colbert’s “C*ck Holster” values were Apple, Hyundai, Jack in the Box, and Zyrtec. They ran ads every night. Evidently we now know the values that they think appeal to American families.

New sponsors on May 5 supporting Colbert Holster non-family values included Xyzal Allergy Medication, Degree Deodorant, Lime-A-Rita, Dove Deodorant, DXL Mens Apparel, Linzess Medication, Dawn Dishsoap, Oral-B, and Nissan.

Acura – fb @Acura (May 3,4,5)
AllState – fb @AllState (May 4)
Apple – fb @Apple (May 2,3,4,5)
AT&T – fb @ATT (May 4,5)
Aveeno – fb @AVEENO (May 2,3,5)
Band-Aid – fb @Band_Aid_Brand (May 2)
Blue Wilderness (Blue Buffalo) – fb @bluebuffalo (May 3,5)
Bud Light – fb @budlight (May 4)
Cadillac – fb @Cadillac (May 4)
Chanel – fb @CHANEL (May 2,3,5)
Charmin – fb @Charmin (May 4,5)
Chevrolet – fb @chevrolet (May 3)
Chevron – fb @Chevron (May 2,4)
Crest – fb @Crest (May 2,3,4,5)
Dairy Queen – fb @DairyQueen (May 3)
Dawn – fb (May 5)
Degree – fb (May 5)
Dennys – fb @DennysDiner (May 3)
DirectTV – fb @DIRECTV (May 3)
Discover – fb @Discover (May 3,5)
Dove – fb (May 5)
DXL – fb (May 5)
Exxon Mobile – fb @exxonmobile (May 4)
Ford – fb @Ford (May 3)
Geico – fb @GEICO (May 2,3,5)
Head and Shoulders – fb @Headshoulders (May 2)
Heineken– fb @Heineken (May 2)
Hyundai – fb @Hyundai (May 2,3,4,5)
iHOP – fb @IHOP (May 2,5)
Jack in the Box – fb @JackBox (May 2,3,4,5)
JC Penney – fb @jcpenney (May 3) – fb @KAYAK (May 2,4,5)
Kia – fb @Kia (May 3)
Lactaid – fb @Lactaid (May 3,4,5)
LG Mobile – fb @LGUSAMobile (May 2,4,5)
Lime-A-Rita – fb (May 5)
Linzess – fb (May 5)
Macys – fb @Macys (May 4,5)
Marriott – fb @Marriott (May 2,3)
Mattress Firm – fb @MattressFirm (May 3,5)
Mazda – fb @MazdaUSA (May 2,3)
Merial Frontline @merial (May 2,4)
Neutrogena – fb @Neutrogena (May 3,4,5)
Nicorette – fb @nicorette (May 3,5)
Nissan – fb (May 5)
Olive Garden – fb @olivegarden (May 2,4)
Oral-B – fb (May 5)
Pepto Bismol – fb @Pepto (May 2)
Progressive Insurance – fb @Progressive (May 2)
Prudential – fb @Prudential (May 4,5)
Red Lobster – fb @redlobster (May 2,4,5)
Ross – fb @Ross_Stores (May 4)
Samsung Mobile – fb @SamsungMobileUS (May 4)
Scrubbing Bubbles – fb @ScrubbingBubble (May 2)
Smart & Final – fb @smartfinal (May 4)
Snapple – fb @Snapple (May 2,3)
Starbucks – fb @Starbucks (May 2,3,4)
Starburst – fb @Starburst (May 4)
Subaru – fb @subaru_usa (May 2,3,4)
Taltz (Eli Lilly) – fb @LillyPad (May 3)
Target – fb @Target (May 2)
TidyCats (Purina) – fb @TidyCats (May 3)
T-Mobile – fb @TMobile (May 2,4)
Viberzi – fb @ViberziRx (May 2)
Wienerschnitzel – fb @wienerschnitzel (May 3,5)
Xfinity – fb @XFINITY (May 2,4,5)
Xyzal – fb (May 5)
Ziploc – fb (May 2)
Zyrtec – fb @Zyrtec (May 2,3,4,5)

Go to this website for more on who supports Colbert’s comments about Trump – and who doesn’t.

As for me, I will not watch him or any awards shows he happens to host.

I do not consider him a member of the human race. Colbert is despicable and wholly belongs to CBS – just as Sony is stuck with Peter Fonda.

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