CBS Shamelessly Runs Program on the Inevitable Assassination of Trump

By Conservative Tribune. It is indisputable that much of Hollywood and the mainstream media hold a veritable hatred for President Donald Trump and would like nothing better than to see him promptly removed from office, in any manner necessary.

While such talk usually centers around impeachment or prosecution for alleged crimes, there is also the once-taboo topic of assassination that has increasingly been given attention by the left.

According to Breitbart, the potential assassination of Trump appeared as a focal point and “joke” within a recent episode of “The Good Fight,” which is available only to online subscribers of CBS All Access and stars actress Christine Baranski as a Trump-hating attorney named Diane Lockhart.

In the episode titled “Day 457,” Lockhart was seen in court defending a close friend named Tully Nelson — played by actor Tim Matheson — who had been arrested and charged after he was at a protest that turned into a violent riot.

While waiting to be called before the judge, Nelson tells Lockhart, “I think I’m f—ed. This guy’s a Trump appointee.” (Read more from “CBS Shamelessly Runs Program on the Inevitable Assassination of Trump” HERE)


CBS Drama ‘the Good Fight’: ‘We Need to Assassinate the President’

By Breitbart. . . .Sunday’s episode, “Day 457,” follows Trump-hating attorney Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) defending her friend Tully Nelson (Tim Matheson), who was charged after a riot turned violent. In court, Tully tells Diane of the judge hearing his case, “I think I’m f***ed. This guy’s a Trump appointee.”

“Alright, just follow my lead and don’t say anything radical,” Diane pleads.

“Oh, like we need to assassinate the President?” responds Tully, in a clip via MRC . . .

“Tell me what you said in court was a joke,” Diane demands.

“Why? You don’t believe in regime change?” Tully responds.

(Read more from “CBS Drama ‘the Good Fight’: ‘We Need to Assassinate the President'” HERE)

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