Left-wing hatemonger Chuck Lorre posted a distasteful prayer after the end credits of The Big Bang Theory. The message, shown at the end of one of the most popular shows on TV, sarcastically offered a sick prayer and made a mockery of Christianity, President Donald Trump, and his supporters. You’re not going to like this.
It’s quite the crock to learn that a secular TV producer, one that’s been in the business for years, is posting a prayer to God. Television producers, especially Chuck Lorre, have been insulting Christians for decades. The vast majority of content on TV flies in the face of basic Biblical morals and values.
Television mocks what we believe at every turn. From views on sex, marriage, families, drugs, and crime, TV has trashed the beliefs of God-fearing Americans. For decades, television has sought to alienate believers in God, going as far as mocking Christians and other religious people through insulting portrayals.
That’s especially true for TV producer Chuck Lorre. For over 30 years, he’s produced some of the crassest garbage the industry could put on TV. His last hit Two and a Half Men celebrated the exploits of a womanizing playboy who went to bed with a new woman every night. His latest hit The Big Bang Theory stars science-minded characters who revile religious ideas. On regular occasion, he brings in “Christian” characters to mock.
Now, on the eve of a major election, Lorre further mocks the vast majority of Americans by posting a blasphemous prayer at the end of his show. This prayer seeks God’s favor in motivating voters to show up on November 6 to elect Democrats. He slanders President Trump and his supporters and even asks God to punish them.
A “Big Bang Theory” producer called for God’s help on election day against “a fascist, hate-filled, fear-mongering,” ruler without specifically naming President Donald Trump.
“I humbly beseech thee to make thy presence known on November 6th. Demonstrate your omnipotence through us as we make ink marks on little circles in curtained booths,” a message in the credits at the end of the October 25th CBS sitcom read…
“Of course if you, in your divine wisdom, believe a fascist, hate-filled, fear-mongering, demagogic, truth-shattering, autocratic golf cheater is what we need right now, then, you know, thy will be done,” it added…
“Amen,” it added. “Oh, almost forgot, remind those who collaborate with the darkness that thou art the light, and the light is not above whipping out a little Old Testament wrath. Amen again.” [Source: The Daily Caller]
Liberals have spent so much time getting rid of God in our society. But now, facing electoral extermination due to their own evil policies, a liberal is seeking God’s help in coercing voters.
Obviously, Chuck Lorre hasn’t suddenly found religion. He is mocking conservatives and Bible-believing Americans, trying to turn their own morals and values against them. Like so many other liberals in Hollywood, he’s gotten rich off of celebrating immorality. Then he has the audacity to lecture Americans for not voting for a party that puts criminals ahead of citizens, aborts unborn babies, and attacks our First Amendment religious rights.
I call Lorre’s message blasphemy for good reason. He has the gall to suggest God is on the side of a party that has worked for decades to undermine the religious foundations of our country. A party that embraces socialism — a platform that hates religious freedom and embraces atheism.
It’s funny how losers resort to God when all their other options fail. Compare that to the faithful of this country, who make God the center of their lives every day. Lorre doesn’t care about the Bible or religious morals any other time in his life. But as he sees his party lose power in this country, he convinces himself that God is on their side.
This disgusting TV executive thinks he has the moral high ground. This “prayer” is simply an insult. It’s another attempt by a morally-bankrupt party to shame, intimidate, and silence conservatives.
Are you going to let them get away with it? SHARE this story if you are done with Hollywood lecturing Americans. Be sure to send Lorre a message this November by voting Red.