With 'I Love You America' Sarah Silverman is "looking to connect with people who may not agree with her personal opinions through honesty, humor, genuine interest in others, and not taking herself too seriously". That definition of the show is vastly incorrect. Instead of meeting people who disagree with her, Sarah Silverman remains immersed in a Hollywood bubble. The wealthy millionaire from New Hampshire has created the longest political advertisment in US history. It's in her bubble where any conservative politician put on trial is guilty, while every liberal politician gets a free pass. Oft-times (like with Al Franken) they get a friendly interview on her show. Close male friends who claim to support women, only to learn they're hypocrites, makes Silverman feel sad, but it doesn't help her be woke about herself or the people she stands with. This lastest episode focuses heavily around women's issues, specifically the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. We see Chuck Schumer, Dianne Feinstein, and Dick Durbin demand a thorough FBI investigation based solely on the value of Dr Chritine Blasey Ford's word. Juanita Broaddrick was at the Kavanaugh hearings as well as Ai-jen Poo. When Juanita Broaddrick went to these same Senators with corroborating witnesses and evidence to prove her allegations; she was ignored. These are disengenuous people. This episode is largely the standard of what this show really is. Somehow Hulu has granted Silverman an outlet for Democrats to campaign. In doing so Hulu has cheated several of us with the old "bait & switch" tactic and I for one have grown tired of it.
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