Yesterday, Parker Molloy, the Media Matters editor-at-large, initiated an attack on talk show host Ellen Degeneres, for daring to sit next to former President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys football game. Molloy posted a tightly cropped photo of the two sitting side by side in the Cowboy owner, Jerry Jones’ suite.
We’re unable to share Molloy’s tweet, as the intolerant editor of the far-left Media Matters has blocked us from sharing her tweets.
Twitter user “Jeanx” responded to her tweet with a photo of both subjects sitting with their spouses, calling out the intolerant leftist for cropping the photo, as a way to incite the equally intolerant left.
They’re hanging out with their spouses but nice crop. pic.twitter.com/vZjQMYAdr0
— Jeanx (@JeaniusJeanx) October 6, 2019
The discredited, far-left, filmmaker Josh Fox, who was caught faking a scene with water catching on fire in his bogus anti-fracking documentary, called out Ellen, asking, “How does it feel to watch a game with a mass murdering genocidal war criminal?”
— Josh Fox #BanFrackingNow (@joshfoxfilm) October 7, 2019
Today, after being brutally attacked by the LGBTQ and leftist mobs on Twitter, Ellen Degeneres responded in a funny and powerful monologue, reminding everyone we all need to be more tolerant of others, regardless of our political views.
“Just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be friends with them. When I say be kind to one another, I don’t mean only the people that think the same way that you do.”
Yes, that was me at the Cowboys game with George W. Bush over the weekend. Here’s the whole story. pic.twitter.com/AYiwY5gTIS
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 8, 2019
While many on the right commended Ellen for her remarks, the unforgiving left continued to attack her, making it clear she is not forgiven for crossing the line.
CNN’s intolerant Chris Cillizza accused Ellen of advocating a “sort of anti-Trumpism in its purest form.”
What Ellen is advocating here is sort of anti-Trumpism in its purest form. https://t.co/XAUXPY8Zv2
— Chris Cillizza (@ChrisCillizza) October 8, 2019
Fired CNN host Marc Lamont Hill, who now works at BET, scolded Ellen for daring to attempt to explain how people don’t have to be enemies simply because they have different political views, calling her, “dishonest.”
Hill tweeted: This Ellen/Bush story isn’t about “disagreement.” We all have friends who see the world differently. George W. Bush fought against marriage equality, put us into unjust wars, and destabilized whole countries. To frame this as a “difference of opinion” is dishonest.
This Ellen/Bush story isn’t about “disagreement.” We all have friends who see the world differently. George W. Bush fought against marriage equality, put us into unjust wars, and destabilized whole countries. To frame this as a “difference of opinion” is dishonest.
— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) October 8, 2019
Here’s how the intolerant gay publication Advocate, responded to Ellen’s powerful monologue calling for tolerance and kindness toward each other, even when you don’t agree with their political views.
We’re all being unkind to George W. Bush. That’s what Ellen DeGeneres declared in her show’s monologue Monday, responding to criticism by many — especially in our community — that her appearance in a football owner’s box with the 43rd president was distasteful. Aside from the fact that Bush invaded a country, started a war based on lies, and presided over the killing of innumerable civilians, the irony of the most famous LGBTQ person on the planet yukking it up with one of the most notorious homophobes was painful.
Don’t let the Advocate see this video of Ellen and her actress Portia, singing the National Anthem with their hands over their hearts, standing next to former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura.
— John Gnann (@kdfw07) October 6, 2019