CBS’s “The Good Fight” has come under fire for brazenly calling for the assassination of President Trump in a series of images used on the show, that they called “easter eggs.”
Breitbart reported that CBS crime drama The Good Fight tweeted an image on Friday from a recent episode, entitled, “The One Where Diane Joins the Resistance.” The imaged showed a character pointing to a list of “target words” that included the phrases “Assassinate President Trump” and “Eliminate Mar-a-Logo.” The tweet, which has since been deleted, sparked backlash among Twitter users, many of who reported CBS to the Secret Service.
The official CBS Twitter account for The Good Fight asked viewers if they had noticed any “Easter eggs” within the “target words” from the Mach episode.
“Hmmm… some of those target words look a little familiar. Did you catch any easter eggs in this scene from The One Where Diane Joins The Resistance? #TheGoodFight” tweeted the account on Friday.
The image garnered widespread backlash among Twitter users, who then reported the tweet to the Secret Service.
“Threatening the President of the United States is a federal felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871. It consists of knowingly and willfully mailing or otherwise making “any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the President” said one Twitter user in a reply to the CBS account.
“@SecretService, please investigate this assassination threat against President Trump,” tweeted conservative activist Scott Presler.
“Yes, @CBS this is despicable to run subliminal messages encouraging the assassination of the president @realDonaldTrump,” tweeted a third user, “I hope @SecretService investigates @thegoodfight thoroughly.”
In the episode from which the image in the CBS tweet is derived, the show’s character Diane “is encouraged to ‘do something’ after meeting the leader of a female resistance group whose aim is to sink POTUS’ approval rating,” according to the episode’s synopsis.
“Diane, she just used five target words in one sentence,” one of the NSA researchers listening to Diane’s call says to another researcher before pointing to a list of target words. The camera pans over to the list, which reads in part:
“Trump, die, fake news, resistance, Pizza Gate,” the NSA researcher says, citing the “red target words” that Diane had said over the phone in the previous scene.
“Wow, that is like domestic terrorism Bingo,” the other NSA researcher replies.
Diane, played by actress Christine Baranski, had been on the phone with a former Obama White House opposition research operative who convened a group of women (The Resistance) committed to dragging down President Trump’s approval rating to 33 percent, an approval so low that he apparently could never be reelected with.
Last year, the CBS drama came under fire after one of its characters suggested assassinating the president.
— nes (@names_are_silly) April 13, 2019
— nes (@names_are_silly) April 13, 2019
The CBS show also encouraged their viewers to “punch Nazis” in a video they published, then deleted. Many Twitter users were very concerned, since the left paints anyone who voted for President Trump as a “Nazi.”
Watch the video:
Over the course of the last week, the blatant anti-American, intolerant rhetoric being spewed by members of Congress has dominated the news cycle. Any attempt to criticize or question the vile, divisive remarks put forth by a trio of freshman Representatives and their allies has been characterized as “inciting violence,” and putting the lives of these lawmakers in jeopardy (never mind that Republican lawmakers actually have been shot at, and one critically injured, in an attempted mass murder).
You know the spotlight’s getting to harsh and too close to the reality of what these totalitarians believe when their allies in Hollywood jump in.
On Friday afternoon, the public relations team for CBS’s “The Good Fight” sent some tweets publicizing the show’s latest episode, “The One Where a Nazi Gets Punched.”
We’re all well aware that “Nazi” is the word of choice used by leftists to describe anyone they feel isn’t sufficiently “woke.”