If there’s one thing Hollywood loves to do, it is attack President Donald Trump.
Using their massive power over media, they attack him and conservatives with every chance they get.
But Hollywood’s new anti-Trump show just got smacked with a reality check.
Shortly after President Trump announced the new Space Force division of the Armed Forces, the Left launched a campaign to mock him over the sensible decision.
They act as though it is a big joke, while ignoring its real necessity in the modern world, especially as technology increases in the coming years.
When Trump announced the creation of the Space Force, he declared that “space is the world’s newest war-fighting domain,” and that “American superiority in space is absolutely vital.”
Even left-wing hero Neil deGrasse Tyson recognizes its need, telling Late Show host Stephen Colbert that it makes sense and argued it’s “not a crazy idea.”
But even deGrasse Tyson hasn’t stopped them from making a mockery of Trump for his monumental move.
Shortly after Trump’s announcement, Netflix came out with a trailer for a new show called Space Force, which mocks Trump.
The show stars Steve Carell, who is most known for his role in the massively popular show The Office, which is the most popular show on the platform.
But despite Carell’s prowess on that show, it now appears that his new show is a flop.
Even establishment TV critics who seem to love anti-Trump content can’t stand the new show.
The far-left Daily Beast calls the show “shockingly bad,” stating that it is “largely unfunny, has no sense of perspective or tone, and, outside of a pleasant, somewhat adorable Odd Couple friendship between Carell and Malkovich’s characters, offers little to warrant a recommendation.”
The Hollywood Reporter states that the show suffers from “lax energy,” adding that characters are “treated as thin comic relief in a show that’s already supposed to be a comedy. They feel exactly like what they are: glorified day players who did improv for an afternoon rather than parts of any sort of organic satirical universe.”
Rolling Stone says that the show is “uncomfortable to watch at best,” adding that the show’s “stylistic touchstone seems to be in the farcical vibe of Dr. Strangelove, but everything just winds up feeling frantic and labored.” At the end, you’re left wondering, “How did so much talent and money go to such waste?”
So despite Hollywood’s love for everything anti-Trump, this show is likely to be a huge flop once it is released to the public.
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