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The President From “Earth Girls Are Easy”

TV writer Lisa DeMoraes reports today that no one would admit to being a Republican on the new ABC drama “Commander-in-Chief” starring Geena Davis as our first chick president. (Although I have trouble believing a roomful of TV critics from our “mainstream” media were grumpy sexists who don’t want a female president. I doubt few of them would admit to being Republicans, either.) Have you suspected that this show seems designed to make President Hillary more plausible, since Hollywood liberals like Billy Bob Thornton believe the American people are grumpy sexists? At story’s end, series creator Rod Lurie boasts: “It’s naive to think that a woman can actually do an effective job in the primaries, unfortunately,” he said. “But if Hillary [Clinton] does win the [presidential] nomination, we’re going to take credit.”

Tim Graham — Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center, where he began in 1989, and has served there with the exception of 2001 and 2002, when served ...

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