Conservative Crybabies Whine About Will & Grace Trump Jokes

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In the last presidential election, "snowflake" became a popular insult for conservatives to hurl at their sensitive liberal counterparts. 

But if you were to glance at Twitter after the premier of the Will & Grace revival, you might've seen some delicate Trump supporters looking mighty butt-hurt.

In case you missed last night's episode, the story followed Will & Grace as they traveled from New York down to Washington, D.C. Will was on a mission to flirt with a senator, who was scheduled to speak in the Rose Garden. Meanwhile, Grace was tasked with redecorating the Oval Office, thanks to Karen, who is apparently best friends with Melania Trump. 

 

 

You can imagine the sort of anti-Trump quips that spilled from the mouths of the beloved sitcom characters.

And while many people were loving the comedy as political commentary, some fans of the original series weren't as pleased.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And on the other side of the political spectrum:

 

 

By sending the show's character down to Washington in the revival's first episode, the producers are sending a clear message that there is going to be much more politically based humor, this season.

That all said, what did you guys think of the episode?

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This so called outrage by "fans" is pure BS. Conservatives that tuned in only watched so they can whine and point out liberals in Hollywood. Big surprise, the majority of actors and show writers are liberals, same goes for nearly anyone in any artistic field. The producers and network know exactly who they're audience is for this show and it's not conservatives, they obvious don't care about any potential backlash, it's great media coverage. Just change the channel, no one's forcing you to watch.

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I'm not hurt...just disgusted. Why does Hollywood have to bring politics into everything just to promote their agenda? This show used to be good. Now...not so much. The first episode was enough for me.

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It became fair game the moment someone from Hollywood went into politics! 

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