America is not just engaged in a war with radical Islam, it is also engaged in a war of civilizations. The left and the right have very different ideas on what America is, has been and what it should be.
This is evident in all aspects of American culture. The mainstream media is unapologetically biased and such biases fit nicely with popular media that seeks to normalize and legitimize leftist values (or their evident lack thereof).
ABC’s “Scandal” is a smart drama with unique twists and turns.
It is also a nauseatingly anti-American and anti-conservative. Episode after episode is infused with obnoxious jabs at conservatives and crusades for the advancement of the liberal agenda while wrapping such propaganda in a compelling story filled with twists and turns.
Recently, the propaganda ministers at ABC have dropped the subtly as they recently portrayed the main character, Olivia Pope, undergoing an abortion as the song “Silent Night” plays.
“Silent Night” is a song about the birth of Jesus Christ and a cherished spiritual hymn that celebrates a sacred moment for all Christians- the birth of Christ.
In juxtaposition, the main character is having her baby killed while a song celebrating the birth of Christ plays on.
Predictably, the nauseating desecration of Christianity and celebration of infanticide riled some viewers.
Describing the entire hour as an “advertisement for Planned Parenthood,” Alexa Moutevelis at Newsbusters vented her outrage and described the scene:
Between the execution of a man that opens the graphic clip below, the talk of “soft tissue,” saying family destroys you, watching a doctor take his instruments between Olivia’s legs, and the hint of a smile on her lips at the end, it is a truly vile scene, stomach churning scene…
The final scene of the winter finale is of Olivia sitting down, relishing the glass of wine she can now drink, smiling at her Christmas tree, while “Ave Maria” plays.
But that’s okay- the show was only insulting billions of Christians and making a mockery of their faith. It’s not like the show depicted Muhammad, the Islamic prophet. That would, somehow, be inappropriate…