If there’s one thing Late Show Hosts love to do, it is attack Christianity.
Conan O’Brien has based entire segments around this.
And James Woods taught him a lesson he’ll never forget for attacking Jesus on Easter.
Easter is a time for Christians around the world to come together.
And with coronavirus forcing many to stay at home, it was an especially difficult time for Christians this year.
Despite this, Conan O’Brien couldn’t help but take aim at them during the holy day.
He took to his massive Twitter account on Easter Sunday to say, “Trump says Jesus could have avoided crucifixion by taking hydroxychloroquine.”
Of course, hydroxychloroquine is the anti-malaria drug that many believe is an effective treatment for the coronavirus.
Michigan Democrat State Representative Karen Whitsett credits the drug with saving her life after she contracted the virus.
Despite the clear potential in the drug, the Left continues to mock it simply because President Trump touted its potential.
If it weren’t for Trump pushing the drug, they certainly would be all on board with its clear potential as a game-changer.
A number of Twitter personalities fired back at Conan’s “joke.”
Terence K. Williams, who has a massive following online, replied stating, “Some People in Hollywood make me sick! How dare you make jokes about Jesus being crucified. These people hate Jesus and President Trump so much.”
The Blaze’s Jessica Fletcher tweeted, “What is wrong with you[?]”
But nobody took him on more harshly than Trump-supporting actor James Woods, who fired back stating:
“I remember when comedians in Paris mocked the Muslim faith. Thank God we Catholics just turn the other cheek.”
Woods is referring to the Charlie Hebdo shooting of 2015, where a group of Islamic extremists killed 12 people in Paris after the satirical newspaper made fun of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
O’Brien clearly isn’t scared to insult Christians during such a holy time, but likely wouldn’t make any sort of joke against Muslims, especially during a similar holy holiday.
He clearly has the right to make such a joke.
But it says a lot about him that he wouldn’t make the same sort of joke about Muslims out of fear for his own safety.
It shows that at the end of the day, he is a coward who is only willing to show his contempt for people that won’t hurt him for it.
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