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Writers for SNL and other shows are now teaming up with a Pro-Biden PAC to create propaganda aimed at young voters | The Gateway expert

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Writers for SNL and other shows are now teaming up with a Pro-Biden PAC to create propaganda aimed at young voters |  The Gateway expert

Saturday Night Live used to be a comedy show for the entire country, but like everything else in entertainment, it has been taken over by the far left.

In recent years, the show has avoided making fun of Joe Biden because they are terrified of doing anything that could be construed as helping Trump.

They’ve been acting like an arm of the Democratic party, but now they’re really becoming just that. Writers from the show and other programs are working with a pro-Biden PAC to help create messages (propaganda) aimed at young voters.

The cover reports:

‘SNL’ and ‘Parks and Recreation’ Writers Pitch Ads to Help Biden Reach Gen Z and Young Millennials

Hollywood creatives, including writers from “Saturday Night Live” and “Parks and Recreation,” have been meeting monthly for at least six months to pitch ideas for Won’t PAC Down, a new super PAC trying to improve relations with President Joe Biden to improve with young voters, Politico reported on Sunday. The super PAC has enlisted “millennial and Gen Z writers, directors and producers to help create pro-Biden content specifically designed to sell an octogenarian candidate to typically disillusioned and hard-to-reach voters under 30.”

The first ads, all written for and by millennials and Gen Z, are expected to appear on social media and the news media in July. Travis Helwig, a former head writer for Crooked Media, heads the writers’ room and emphasized to Politico that the organization doesn’t plan to over-leverage celebrity endorsements as part of its strategy.

“There’s a big difference between putting a celebrity on camera and having him say, ‘If you like me in ‘Madame Web,’ then you’re going to like voting,’ versus what we do,” explained he out. “We take the best young writers and directors, who are the age and demographics of the people we’re targeting, using poll-tested messaging, and shape it in a way that resonates with and excites young people.”

Liberals in the entertainment industry tried to help Hillary Clinton in 2016 and we all know how well that worked.

It will be fascinating to see what these writers come up with for old dementia Joe.