Skip to comments.Liberal Propaganda for $300: 'Jeopardy' Sells Out to Democrats
Posted on 05/10/2012 10:48:40 AM PDT by DFG
Does Alex Trebek owe Republicans equal time on his Jeopardy! game show? Answer: Yes, the show has become overrun by Democratic politicians and is only going to get even more politically imbalanced in the days to come.
Last week and this week, the popular game show, in which contestants are given clues and must provide the answer in the form of a question, has been presenting its annual "Teen Tournament" shows with young Americans as contestants -- and First Lady Michelle Obama presenting some of the clues. The show is being broadcast from Washington DC during the Teen Tournament.
On Monday last week, the show had an entire category of questions, entitled "American Grown" and focusing on healthy eating, with Michelle Obama giving the clues via pre-recorded video. Some of the clues were about legislation her husband had signed into law. Show producers also gave the First Lade time between rounds to promote her book.
Wednesday, the show featured pre-recorded clues by Vice President Joe Biden in the category "Cars in American History," which included a question about the car company bailouts. Between rounds, the show presented a video of Biden promoting President Obama's policy to raise the fuel efficiency standards for new cars to an average of 54 miles per gallon.
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LOL! That’s awesome!
Jeopardy is one of the few shows I watch nearly every day. This week is the Teen tournament. The ones appearing are decided by previous performance unlike regular shows.
This guy told me about the two girls rule, actually not a total rule but pretty close, around 1988. Since then I have been noticing and it is definitely true. You will very seldom see a lone girl.
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