REAL HATE: BuzzFeed Tries to Overthrow 'Fixer Upper' Stars Chip & Joanna Gaines...
What do maggots and leftists have in common? Aside from the shiver-inducing crawling over the dead, that is. They both feed on waste. Except at least maggots serve some utility. Leftists do nothing more than breed toxicity. Case in point, BuzzFeed, who wrote a shameful hit peice on American Sweethearts Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of the popular HGTV show Fixer Upper. Why did BuzzFeed set their sights on the immensely successful couple? Because Chip and Joanna are running a secret cult, building altars constructed from 1,000 year old trees, adorned with the skulls of puppies.
No. Because they attend a church who's pastor (brace yourselves) believes marriage is between one man and one woman. Here's all you need to read from the virtual manure bin:
Fixer Upper has fans of all stripes: Christians, feminists, and LGBT viewers have all found something to love in the Gaineses. So in the absence of a response from them or their representatives, it’s worth looking at the severe, unmoving position Seibert and Antioch take on same-sex marriage.
Of course it's just bad enough Chip and Joanna believe in higher power at all, if that higher power is not government or global warming cooling change of the hot hots.
Furthermore, the couple didn't even respond to these scandalous allegations of believing only a he should marry a she. Meaning BuzzFeed is trying to make this a "guilt by association!" hit job. Even though the crime has zero to do with any sort of violent action.
You and I have always known the left is the most intolerant, hateful among us. Chip and Joanna Gaines? They're a young couple with four children who're building an empire all around improving homes in Waco, Texas. They're beloved. Which was the real reason BuzzFeed tried to take them out (read BuzzFeed Tries Defending Planned Parenthood. Caught in Blatant Lies). Why are the Gaines beloved by America? For one, they're a nuclear family not rife with scandal. Unlike another famous reality TV show family, whose patriarch is now a matriarch.
Chip and Joanna make the center of their lives their home and the homes of other families. Unlike the progressive heroes who pack sausages in frocks. They appear moral, centered, loving, balanced, but worst of all traditional.
The intolerant liberal twit at BuzzFeed couldn't let it stand. BUT HOW DO THEY FEEL ABOUT THE MARRIAGE OF DEH GAYZ!!!????
The real question? WHO CARES? Sorry for the all caps, but for the love of chandeliers. It shouldn't matter what the Gaines' believe about anything. They're not running a political campaign, a religion, or babysitting your pet hamster. They're Farmhousing all the things. They adore shiplap.
Is there any question the left hates wholesome families?
The hit piece was so bad, even other liberals are calling BuzzFeed out. From this morning's Washington Post:
Another concern I have with the story is that it validates everything that President-elect Donald Trump’s supporters have been saying about the media: that some journalists — specifically younger ones at popular digital publications — will tell stories in certain deceitful, manipulative ways to take down conservatives. (And really, I can’t for the life of me imagine any other intention of the Gaines story.)
Gee, you think? The left is in fervent damage control. While leftists like this one in WaPo are flittering around the internet with a squirt gun, BuzzFeed writers are blow torching the villages. It's damage control for leftists who want to keep their true feelings and agendas hidden. So they can actually win elections again. Their challenge is to stop the hulk smashing, intolerant haters trying to dethrone American success stories over gay marriage.
Don't be fooled. BuzzFeed's article is a reflection of what leftism really is. Sure liberals are trying to squash it in an effort to limit the damage caused by eight years of unapologetic hateful intolerance. But this BuzzFeed hit piece makes it clear: the left is still as hateful as ever.
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