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Victoria Jackson Launches Anti-Gay, Islamophobic Version of 'The View': VIDEO


Victoria Jackson and three other conservative women have launched a new web talk show called 'Politichicks' in which they discuss how they are oppressed Christians, bullied into submission by marriage equality advocates. The PolitiChicks are former Saturday Night Live alumni and Tea Party favorite Victoria Jackson, pro-life speaker and activist Jennique Stewart, editor and activist Jennie Jones and Ann-Marie Murrell, columnist and host of The Patriot Update video show.

They write: "Finally, Conservative Americans will have an alternative to those other liberal-based talk shows in which women scream over each other and call Conservatives vile names. "

They also spend a good deal of time hating on Muslims.

"Islam says kill gay people that's why I don't get why liberals are pro-Muslim, and pro-gay," says Jackson, adding, "We're lucky that most Muslims are lukewarm or we'd all be dead."

Of liberals, editor Jennie Jones adds: "Have you noticed how they're all always so bitter? They don't have any joy. They don't have any good news, or..."

And then comes Jackson's whack theory: "And I've noticed that Eric Holder and Janet Napolitano have dead eyes. They have dead eyes...They could be aliens disguised as humans."


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  1. I've ever really like her and her voice grates on my nerves... but this is funny!

    Posted by: WJP3 | Nov 16, 2011 10:29:39 AM

  2. Oh, please, SNL, do a skit using nothing but the actual dialogue from this show. Especially the "aliens" part.

    Posted by: Mike | Nov 16, 2011 10:30:19 AM

  3. Frightening to see so much ignorance masking as anything close to an actual point of view. They give a bad name to tea.

    Posted by: Tim | Nov 16, 2011 10:33:55 AM

  4. I love how Victoria Jackson totally highjacked the schedule, to the dismay of the other hosts. That and her evidence is entirely anecdotal.... And how horrified Ms. Jones seemed during Jackson's song.

    Ms. Stewart seems to be the only one on screen who can formulate a proper sentence.

    Posted by: Rob | Nov 16, 2011 10:36:51 AM

  5. Talk about not having any joy. Talk about aliens disguised about human beings.

    Posted by: Jack M | Nov 16, 2011 10:38:08 AM

  6. "aliens disguised as humans" - who could make this up? :) This only adds to the clown college that is the campaign to be the Republican presidential candidate. It is so much fun to see the haters reveal themselves as incredibly stupid.

    Posted by: Rob | Nov 16, 2011 10:41:10 AM

  7. Wow. Calling all hackers. Calling all hackers...

    Posted by: jakeinlove | Nov 16, 2011 10:43:03 AM

  8. When will some of you come to the realization that straight women, as a group, are no more sympathetic towards gay men than anybody else.....and that, as we progress towards eliminating male homophobia, you can expect them to be your sworn enemies, when they realize what is actually at stake.

    They patted you on the heads as their little pets/servants/entertainers/anti-male confidants all these years, happy to play the role of fag hag as long as they were secure in knowing that your status was inferior to theirs and that the homophobia of straight men would keep you in your places.

    But when faced with the possibility that the male culture might actually change to the point that men are no longer sexually, socially, or emotionally dependent on them (which will be the consequences of the eradication of a homophobic male culture, which is proceeding apace), their attitudes will change--indeed, they already are, as examples like this demonstrates.

    Posted by: Rick | Nov 16, 2011 10:50:11 AM

  9. the real shame is that since Janet Napolitano has dead eyes, she'd never make it far on america's next top model.

    Posted by: EO | Nov 16, 2011 10:59:53 AM

  10. The woman who complains that the liberals have no joy....seems like the most joyless person I've ever seen. (Maybe because it's just cuz she's a part of this highly dubious broadcast.)

    Posted by: toddo | Nov 16, 2011 11:07:16 AM

  11. If this show is all about anti-gay (and it will no doubt veer into anti-women tirades as well), it will become a one-trick pony. Even people who lap up the hate will get bored after a few shows.

    I give it six weeks, ten max, before it is quietly dropped.

    Posted by: Randy | Nov 16, 2011 11:11:43 AM

  12. Obviously, no gay man helped with the set design.

    Posted by: Randy | Nov 16, 2011 11:13:04 AM

  13. Sold, Rick! Where can I get my Gays for Misogyny bumper sticker?

    Posted by: tranquilo | Nov 16, 2011 11:15:55 AM

  14. Such fun, inspirational and joyful round a table. High form of thinking. If only... Waste of air time.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Nov 16, 2011 11:18:51 AM

  15. Meh. I'll skip the video, thanks anyways. I wager they are getting more attention from critics then they are from those who share their odd views. Pity that Jackson has destroyed the image I once had of SNL in the 90s.

    Posted by: JohnAGJ | Nov 16, 2011 11:19:30 AM

  16. AlumnA.

    Also: gross!

    Posted by: d | Nov 16, 2011 11:19:46 AM

  17. "If this show is all about anti-gay (and it will no doubt veer into anti-women tirades as well)"

    Comments like this just blow me away, because they demonstrate the incredible ability of gay men to delude themselves into the idea that they have common cause with women, no matter the facts, just the phenomenon I was referring to above.

    Randy, did it escape your attention that all four of the panelists are women and that the show is aimed at women? How could they therefore be "anti-woman" and why would they be, whne they, themselves are women? Your comment makes absolutely no sense, whatsoever....but I doubt you even realize it because you are so desperate to maintain the delusion that gay men and straight women have some kind of common cause when they don't (which you demonstrate with your implication that anti-gay and anti-woman go together when in fact one has nothing to do with the other)

    Posted by: Rick | Nov 16, 2011 11:22:10 AM

  18. The only thing in this entire video that is true is that Janet Napolitano has dead eyes.

    Posted by: ShaneDC | Nov 16, 2011 11:27:15 AM

  19. The comedy here writes itself here.

    Posted by: Cinesnatch | Nov 16, 2011 11:41:17 AM

  20. "And I've noticed that Eric Holder and Janet Napolitano have dead eyes. They have dead eyes...They could be aliens disguised as humans."

    That's funny. Because that's exactly what I say about all the GOP candidates.

    Posted by: David in Houston | Nov 16, 2011 11:54:24 AM

  21. Just when you think the stupid can't get any stupider (Michelle Bachmann, Maggie G, Ann Cword) here comes this tired old hag Victoria J to show you how wrong you are.

    Posted by: antb | Nov 16, 2011 11:59:17 AM

  22. I think these ladies SHOULD guard their words, otherwise they are showing just how ignorant they are. Oh, I guess I shouldn't have said that because, according to them I just kept them from speaking their mind. My bad.

    Posted by: Steve Pardue | Nov 16, 2011 12:02:08 PM

  23. ...there is an audience?

    Posted by: 99% | Nov 16, 2011 12:05:25 PM

  24. Maybe they'll recruit Elizabeth Hasselbeck into their fold. Then nobody will watch all five pompous shrews at the same time.

    Posted by: DiatribesAndOvations | Nov 16, 2011 12:12:22 PM

  25. @Rick: You are really using Victoria Jackson, who is clearly mentally ill, as some kind of "proof" of your crackpot misogyny? Making a mass generalization about women and their motives based on Victoria Jackson is like drawing a conclusion about all men based on Charles Manson. You actually have more in common with Victoria Jackson than any woman I've ever met, since you are both deluded conspiracy theorists who think that your twisted world view should be default-level obvious to everyone else. Straight women are not your problem.

    Posted by: Thomasina | Nov 16, 2011 12:17:41 PM

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