President Trump is slandered and mercilessly attacked every day by the media and Hollywood celebrities.
But this latest one tops them all.
A popular comedian just compared Trump supporters to something Satanic and it will leave you speechless.
Comedians have made Donald Trump a popular target since he entered office.
Saturday Night Live has always had a field day with Republican presidents and ruthlessly attacked them.
But this was different.
D.L. Hughley bashed President Trump on his TV show but took it too far.
The comedian compared all Trump supporters to Satan.
Hughley went on to say, “look up the tenets of the Church of Satan … and then go to a Trump rally and you’ll feel safer around Beelzebub than this dude.”
The Daily Caller reports:
Comedian D.L. Hughley slammed supporters of President Donald Trump and said that people who worship the devil are “better” humans.
The comment came during the 56-year-old comedian’s “The D.L. Hughley Show” on the TV One network, when he went on a rant about Trump supporters and said he couldn’t be friends with a “staunch” person who supported the president, Fox News reported Thursday.
“Hell no,” he added, going on to call Trump supporters “morally vacant,” “self-centered,” and compare them to devil worshippers.
“You could worship the devil and be a better human being than if you worshipped Donald Trump,” the comedian shared. “Look up the tenets of the Church of Satan … and then go to a Trump rally and you’ll feel safer around Beelzebub than this dude.”
Celebrities have officially gone off the rails.
Comedians have become so obsessed with Donald Trump that all of their material has become Trump related.
Late night shows, Saturday Night Live, and a myriad of comedians have all doubled down on Trump in order to stay relevant and make money.
But Hughley’s joke goes too far.
Comparing Donald Trump to Satan is outrageous and disrespectful to the office.
Comedians with real talent can come up with material that doesn’t solely rely on President Trump.
Clearly, D.L. Hughley is not one of those talented comedians.
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