With every new news video and/or Democrat campaign commercial NowThis News puts out, the more we begin to suspect the outlet has a distinct liberal bias.
Like we say, normally in its videos, NowThis just hits record and lets whatever leftist is posed in front of a white backdrop say whatever they want without challenge, but on Thursday, NowThis decided to hand the reins over to Friend Dog Studios to let them explain what Jesus Christ would sound like were he a modern day Republican.
Nice touch going all out on the costumes and hair, by the way.
If Jesus was a modern-day Republican, this is what he’d sound like pic.twitter.com/wnFi7FioUz
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) November 27, 2018
Sure, many will find this offensive, but we’d wager liberals really, really overestimate the number of Republicans who consider themselves evangelical or even fundamentalist Christians, so if this was supposed to be some wake-up call for Christian conservatives, sorry, we’re hitting the snooze button.
I love how Democrats who don’t believe in God and Jesus are lecturing Republicans on what God and Jesus would say ?♂️ https://t.co/QeVL7lP8j9
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) November 29, 2018
The Democrats who booed when the DNC tried to add God and Jerusalem back into the party platform in 2012? Those Democrats? Yeah, we’ll take our religious cues from people who think “The Handmaid’s Tale” is the one true goal of Vice President Mike Pence.
— Nedah (@Nedah19) November 29, 2018
Now do Mohammed!
— Don Brown get out of man coverage for 1 play plz (@FatherPanik) November 29, 2018
Can't wait until your next installment where you do Mohammed as a Republican. It'll be comedic gold, I'm sure. No?
— Troy Riser (@TroyRiser) November 29, 2018
Pamela Gellar hosted a “Draw Muhammed” art contest and had some nut show up with a gun and start shooting; we doubt NowThis has the stones to face that kind of backlash.
Now do abortion.
— Navigator (@ItsGoneAwry) November 29, 2018
Now do the front door of Planned Parenthood. We’ll wait.
— Lulu Lapin (@Lulu_Lapin) November 29, 2018
Oh, Jesus would be holding the door, for sure.
How about doing Marc Lamont Hill next? What would a CNN commentator say about Israel?
Ohhh, so Jesus was talking to the government the whole time. Us silly Republicans didn’t realize he was laying out political policy.
— Zinfer? (@Tgdraw) November 29, 2018
Matthew 22:21 Jesus said "Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's; and to God the things that are God's." Romans 13:1 "Let every person be in subjection to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God and those which exist are established by God."
— Sacrifice (@JustCallMeTurbo) November 29, 2018
Nice spin. The left seems to hate personal responsibility and freedom.
Compassion is great but the left doesn't analyse the full cost and long term effects. Republicans make the hard adult, responsible choices while the left takes the child view.
— Wilkie Vasko (@WilkieVasko) November 29, 2018
This is so disingenuous, and not to mention actually contrary to Christian thought, which says that we are obliged to help those who need asylum, while at the same time, they need to respect our laws, and we have the right to regulate immigration. This is propanganda
— Jane Reeves (@JaneReeves98) November 27, 2018
Heaven has a wall, a gate, and you have to be extremely qualified to get in.
— MacK the Knife (@Airsoft_macky17) November 29, 2018
Love it when the atheists weigh in on Jesus.
— Deborah Thornton (@nivratsmom) November 29, 2018
I love the part where this “fake Jesus” says “if you don’t like someone’s political views (Steve Scalise and other Republicans simply practicing baseball), you just go out and try to murder as many of them as you can”. Well done!! ???
— Frank Ruolo (@spatch2068) November 29, 2018
The left is ruining this country day by day, while thinking it’s the Right. They’ve lost all sense of reality and just follow blindly with what they hear on the news. #factsoverfeelings #theleftisruiningthecountry
— Geedubs5 (@respectisOaF) November 29, 2018
I’m a Christian and tithe 10% of my monthly income. My church does tons of missions in 3rd world countries (e.g., build homes, schools, hospitals, dig wells, etc) We don’t need the gov to make this happen. We do more and help build nations, instead of further crippling them.
— Ana Roldan ?????? (@AnaRoo111) November 29, 2018
Really, just not funny. Also confused if it’s meant to be satire or you believe this.
— Ryan Shackelford (@RyanShack3lford) November 29, 2018
Good comedy is based on truth. This ain’t it.
— Brian Garland (@briankgarland) November 29, 2018
No, but seriously … do Muhammed next. And abortion. Have Democrat Jesus explain when life begins.
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 13, 2018