WATCH: Emmy’s Host Rips Christians – Only White People Who Thank Jesus Are Republicans and Ex-Crackheads

As the ratings for the Emmy’s plunge lower and lower, the show itself pushes further and further left. This year the Emmy’s host rips Christians.

The 70th edition of the Emmy’s Awards aired last night. It had plenty of racist jokes, slavery jokes and the left’s favorite, anti-Christian jokes.

The show’s host was Michael Che. He said that the only white people who thanks Jesus at awards shows are Republicans and ex-crackheads. Democrats don’t even hide their disdain for Christians at this point. Of course the very far left audience laughed hysterically at the attack on Christians.

Liberal Emmy’s host rips Christians

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While the show pushes further left, the ratings continue to plunge. The ratings for the show dropped ten percent from 2017, which was already an all-time low.

The final numbers of the show will be released on Tuesday, including total viewers from various demographics.

Well, it turns out that angry, partisan humor isn’t the way to drive more viewers to a program. You know, the kind of humor that insults half of the country. Who would have thought this would be the case? Pretty much everyone but the out of touch left knew the ratings were going to crater.

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