'Big Bang Theory' Briefly Flashes Vicious Jab at Trump on Screen
'Big Bang Theory' Briefly Flashes Vicious Jab at Trump on Screen It is nothing new to report that a significant number of the denizens of Hollywood and the rest of the entertainment industry have little love for President Donald Trump nor is it new to report that some of them are so consumed by their hatred that they suffer from what has become known as “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” The creator and producer of the hit CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” Chuck Lorre, has made his great dislike for the president known Newsbusters reported that following the conclusion of the episode that aired on Jan. 3, a highly political vanity card written by Lorre appeared among the program’s credits. It referred to the president as a “gangster” and insinuated that Trump would have broken laws or even started a nuclear war over the holiday season. Chuck Lorre Chuck Lorre Lorre showed the entire nation that he is a hate-filled individual who doesn’t care about what has actually happened, but remains firm in his opposition to Trump on principle alone, for things that might occur at some point in the future. despite all of the talk from the left over the past two years, there isn’t a single law that any of them can proveably point to as having been broken by Trump and the talk about granting a “pass” to murderous dictators is pretty rich coming from supporters of former President Barack Obama, who cozied up to such murderous dictators as the mullahs in Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood-installed leader of Egypt, among others. Democrats and the media have been muttering about impeachment since before Trump even took his Oath of Office, and that chatter hasn’t compelled him to launch a nuclear apocalypse before, so why would anyone think it would result in such a reaction now?