How South Park Gets Trump Right - Wisecrack Quick Take

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  • Q John Q
    Q John Q 12 hours ago

    PISS OFF LIBERAL DOUCHE. THOSE WHO AGREE WITH YOU WILL BE GETTING AN EDUCATION IN HISTORY REALLY SOON. HA

  • Caleb Cotten
    Caleb Cotten Day ago

    What did the dems tell the reps that gives the a "I told you so" opportunity? Other than the bs that the news says that if you do any research on is usually skewed at best and blatant lies at worst. Seems to me that trump is doing way better than I ever thought he would. Not that i had high hopes but the economy seems to be improving and unemployment is down. I've been feeling dumb for hating on the guy based on how things have been going. So it's just funny how i keep hearing the opposite on everything i watch for entertainment but never can find the evidence of when actually reading up on actual things that actually happened. The way they actually happened not just the one sided version you get on tv. Gotta read all sources cause they all skew and lean one way. But if you read every report you can kind of piece together the actuals. Opposed to just listening to whatever doosh is on the local news telling me what they think.

  • Riley ruth
    Riley ruth Day ago

    Incoming conservative snowflakes

  • 744 748
    744 748 Day ago

    When will South Park make an episode about what Hillary would have been like as president?

  • Joseph Ragonesi
    Joseph Ragonesi Day ago +1

    I mean,i love the episode and the theme and show, and mostly wisecrack. But if we are gona say this was "nuanced and layered" y'all might need to start a "justcrack" channel.

  • realmontgomeryfan
    realmontgomeryfan 2 days ago

    Cool episode Faramir, uhm.... Jared.

  • Real Red American
    Real Red American 2 days ago

    im a strong conservative. I hate what stupid comedians do making jokes about trump, because theyre tasteless. Mr Garrison trump is hilarious :D

  • Justin LeGrand
    Justin LeGrand 5 days ago +1

    Yeah we're so ashamed of electing a president who has lowered unemployment, boosted the economy, and done almost everything he promised. So regret full

  • lking1540
    lking1540 8 days ago +1

    Trump 2020.

  • Mr Nibbles
    Mr Nibbles 8 days ago +1

    Idk if these dudes are liberals or democrats. Some of these thing were right but I legit don't regret voting for trump.

  • jose zepeda
    jose zepeda 9 days ago

    CRAP NEWS NETWORK!!! HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA

  • adritz400
    adritz400 10 days ago

    it is already at the point of no return, so better focus on: Sanders 2020 vs Ivanka 2020 vs Oprah 2020..

  • What Happened?
    What Happened? 10 days ago +1

    I like trump

  • winstonS
    winstonS 10 days ago

    Trump/Wall 2020

  • Duchess
    Duchess 10 days ago +2

    This video is biased af.

  • charlidog2
    charlidog2 10 days ago

    Conservatives hate liberals because they think we think they're stupid. And liberals hate conservatives because they're so fucking stupid. Don't want to be mocked? Stop being an idiot all the time.

  • Mitchell Weedmark
    Mitchell Weedmark 12 days ago +1

    Maybe this video made sense 9 months ago when trump wasn't delivering on his campaign promises but right know hes doing a amazing job and has given America one of it's best economic year ever, so a lot of people are actually pretty happy with what hes been getting done

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      The polls say the opposite. But keep protecting your delusions with lies; it's worked so far.

  • Quacks Dashing
    Quacks Dashing 14 days ago

    Very insightful, you have to give people room to make a mistake and come back from, a utility for redemption. Going to show this to my friend who is convinced Southpark is just dumb shock humour.

  • Wise Owl
    Wise Owl 14 days ago

    Most of my family regrets voting for trump now I told them that they would

  • Floyd S
    Floyd S 15 days ago

    Not saying Hillary was a great choice, but if anyone thinks Hillary was worse than Trump, considering by the admin's leaker Op-Ed, Trump was considering assassinating the leader of Syria, they really should re-think that opinion. People should also realize that the ONLY reason the GDP is high is because of the impending tariff implementation dates (other countries were buying out our stock while the price was still low; they're already starting to avoid the US)--the ONLY way those tariffs will be a boon is if they're canceled shortly after they go into effect.

  • Travis Negrete
    Travis Negrete 15 days ago

    anti-Semitism is no longer a "haha yeah right" punchline where a 9 y/o kid is funny for holding a 70 year old Nazi belief. Being half Mexican myself and seeing my older(darker skinned) brother wearing a make America great again hat, I have been made aware that the alt right influencing the downtrodden youth is a very real and demoralizing threat.

  • AGRJ NESR
    AGRJ NESR 15 days ago

    Liberals don't care about us, all they care about is the the minority, or obressesed. Liberals would have us believe we have a choice. But it's between two radical groups might as well go with the radicals I agree with the most. I don't like trump. But if he's the Republican nominee I will be voting trump

  • AGRJ NESR
    AGRJ NESR 15 days ago

    I'm curious as to who Parker and stone voted for...they know damn well trump was the lesser of two evils, we don't like trump, he lies, and he's not even conservative, but he does what we want him to. Unfortunatly this means the end of the current Republican party.

  • mari jones
    mari jones 15 days ago

    no-one cares what you think.

  • Ghoffman91
    Ghoffman91 15 days ago

    You can do political commentary without taking sides. This is an art form Rockstar with the Grand Theft Auto series does regularly. They take the piss out of both sides, and just parody politics in general. In fact some say Gta 5 should not count as political commentary since it did not pick a side, to which I greatly disagree.
    Grand Theft Auto is one of the few games that I enjoy that explores politics. Mainly because it does not take sides and nor does it try to shove a political agenda down your throat.

  • John Daugherty
    John Daugherty 15 days ago +1

    "As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron."
    - H. L. Mencken.
    That is why they love him...

  • Orbit Noah
    Orbit Noah 15 days ago +3

    A lot of liberals don’t care to convert trump supporters. We see them as a lost cause. I’m not a kindergarten teacher, so I really don’t care if I’m condescending to a grown ass adult that doesn’t understand the concept of trickle-down economics or that white people aren’t oppressed. As far as I’m concerned, if you’re that fucking stupid, your only worth to this planet is to be condescended for our amusement.

  • Orbit Noah
    Orbit Noah 15 days ago +3

    I saw a comment on a clip of this episode saying “when liberals don’t realize South Park is making fun of them too” lmfao no, we realize. It’s just a false equivalency to think you should be as offended by getting called smug as you should getting called batshit fucking retarded.

  • Jrrheels 09
    Jrrheels 09 16 days ago

    This video is terrible. I'm reminded about some saying about "jokes" and "dissections"

  • Alex A
    Alex A 16 days ago

    In other words liberals need to be more politically correct towards tRUmp supporters.

    • Alex A
      Alex A 13 days ago

      If only the current President of the United States felt that way in the slightest.

    • Floyd S
      Floyd S 15 days ago

      Kindness is always important

  • CountBifford
    CountBifford 16 days ago +1

    It's not a good equivalence.
    The only one who is harmed by Heidi's relationship with Cartman is Heidi herself. Trump as President is bad for all Americans, including those who didn't vote for him.
    Heidi is polite to people who don't like Cartman. Trump supporters call Trump critics "traitors", "fake news", "cucks", "libtards", etc.

  • Tom Stamos
    Tom Stamos 17 days ago

    South park sucks now.

  • Sam King
    Sam King 17 days ago +1

    I have to disagree with South Park depicting Republican leaders as being in an abusive relationship with Trump. It may seem that way to non-Republicans, but Trump is bordering on everything they could have ever asked for in a Republican President. What to us may seem like Trump being abusive are just minor inconveniences and gaffs to Republicans are thinking on a larger scale.

  • Max Wylde
    Max Wylde 18 days ago

    As a Monarchist, I can agree with a lot of this analysis. My issue with South Park is that in this situation, it didn't render a complete view of the situation. For a lot of Trump voters, the alternative was far worse. Voting for Hillary would've been unconscionable, given what kind of a person she is; a treasonous criminal psychopath. That's why I voted for Trump; it wasn't so much a vote for Trump as it was a vote against the evil of Hillary Clinton. But I told conservatives not to expect too much to change in the way the nation is governed, and for those who were hoping Hillary would be prosecuted for her crimes, I told them not to hold their breath. Part of the nature of our Oligarchy (there are no such things as democracies/republics) is that it only holds those in power to account for their crimes for purely political reasons, and not for anything ostensibly noble. It's a tactic, not a necessity for maintaining a good and harmonious relationship between a government and its people. Under Oligarchical rule, words such as Justice, Equality, Liberty, Freedom, Rights, etc. are merely slogans that can mean whatever the listener wants them to mean. For those who are unacquainted with this form of marketing, they want to believe in these slogans mainly because it makes us feel good and makes us believe in the nature of our "democracy." We think that because we vote we count for something in the eyes of our masters.
    This sounds cynical; maybe it's after 40 years of watching our nation be led by people who haven't really a genuine interest in the nation's prosperity, with very few exceptions, I am cynical, but that does not negate the points I make here. We do not have anyone who's genuinely responsible for the nation on the whole, and without someone with that kind of interest with the power to check a nation's Oligarchs (both public and private) as is necessary, you're going to have a lot of the same issues, the same problems, over and over and over again.

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      +Max Wylde And your evidence is ... alex jones?

    • Max Wylde
      Max Wylde 10 days ago

      Kiddo, if you don't see how conspiring to aid al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya and elsewhere is treason, you have a lot of problems. Congratulations! You and your ilk are precisely why we need a Monarchy in this country.

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      What crimes? What treason? They were witch hunted for 20 years and nothing stuck except a lie about an affair. How many of tRump's team have already been indicted, let alone found guilty? How many lied to Congress about ties to Russia?
      ***Who's more corrupt in Congress between the Republicans and the Democrats?***
      When comparing criminal indictments of those serving in the executive branch of presidential administrations it's so lopsided as to be ridiculous. Yet all I ever hear is how corrupt the Democrats are. So why don't we break it down by president and the numbers.
      Obama (D) - 8yrs in office. *zero* criminal indictments, *zero* convictions and *zero* prison sentences. so the next time somebody describes the Obama administration as "scandal free" they aren't speaking wishfully, they're simply telling the truth.
      Bush, George W. (R) - 8yrs in office. 16 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 9 prison sentences.
      Clinton (D) - 8yrs in office. 2 criminal indictments. one conviction. one prison sentence. that's right nearly 8yrs of investigations. tens of millions spent and 30yrs of claiming them the most corrupt ever and there was exactly one person convicted of a crime.
      Bush, George H. W. (R) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. one conviction. one prison sentence.
      Reagan (R) - 8yrs in office. 26 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 8 prison sentences.
      Carter (D) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. zero convictions and zero prison sentences.
      Ford (R) - 2 1/2 yrs in office. one indictment and one conviction. one prison sentence. Pardoned Richard Nixon.
      Nixon (R) - 6yrs in office. 76 criminal indictments. 55 convictions. 15 prison sentences.
      Johnson (D) - 5yrs in office. zero indictments. zero convictions. zero prison sentences.
      So, let’s see where that leaves us. in the last 53 years Democrats have been in office for 25 of those years while Republicans held it for 28. in their 25yrs in office Democrats had a total of three executive branch officials indicted with one conviction and one prison sentence. That's one whole executive branch official convicted of a crime in two and a half decades of Democrat leadership.
      In the 28yrs that Republicans have held office over the last 53yrs they have had a total of (a drum roll would be more than appropriate), 120 criminal indictments of executive branch officials. 89 criminal convictions and 34 prison sentences handed down. That's more prison sentences than years in office since 1968 for Republicans. If you want to count articles of impeachment as indictments (they aren't really but we can count them as an action), both sides get one more.
      However, Clinton wasn't found guilty while Nixon resigned and was pardoned by Ford. So, those only serve to make Republicans look even worse. With everything going on with Trump and his people right now, it's a safe bet Republicans are gonna be padding their numbers a bit real soon.
      So let's just go over the numbers one more time shall we. 120 indictments for Republicans. 89 convictions and 34 prison sentences. Those aren't "feelings" or "alternate facts" those are simply the stats by the numbers. Republicans are, and have been for my entire lifetime, the most criminally corrupt party to hold the office of the presidency.
      Larry Garland made the post I have copied here. I believe it was based on the information found here.
      dailykos.com/stories/2017/1/11/1619079/-Comparing-Presidential-Administrations-by-Arrests-and-Convictions-A-Warning-for-Trump-Appointees

  • nastythomashobbs
    nastythomashobbs 18 days ago

    ya a 4.2 gdp sucks. Low unemployment...how will we cope.

  • Ryan Smith
    Ryan Smith 18 days ago

    You don't know anything about Trump

  • Scott Hill
    Scott Hill 19 days ago

    And Killarys body count rises

  • Masked Hoodie
    Masked Hoodie 19 days ago

    what if I told you both trump and Hillary were bad choices, we're not getting good politicians anymore because none of us care.

  • Russell
    Russell 19 days ago

    Trump 2020. Make America White Again

  • Giggity-Gage
    Giggity-Gage 19 days ago

    Matt and Trey are republican

  • Erick G
    Erick G 19 days ago

    Matt and Trey admitted that they are Republicans.

  • James Holbrook
    James Holbrook 19 days ago

    I don't think you are all wrong but definitely not a right

  • william kennedy
    william kennedy 20 days ago

    Great south park stuff. Although ur ironic shirts suck ass

  • Wayne Nash
    Wayne Nash 20 days ago

    trump is our salvation

  • luca weiergräber
    luca weiergräber 20 days ago

    you are the smartes person i ever hear of mutch more then the smartes in germany
    no jock bro

  • Benjamin Delgado
    Benjamin Delgado 20 days ago

    Trump supporters are retarded though

  • ace.c
    ace.c 20 days ago

    Ah, South Park I love you

  • MastersMasterson
    MastersMasterson 21 day ago

    Pretty sure they voted for trump because they were convinced by facebook memes.

  • Rex Appleby
    Rex Appleby 21 day ago

    If there are 26 thousand people who agree with the video's message and 3,800 people who don't why are most of the comments by those who don't?

  • dratelectasis
    dratelectasis 21 day ago

    This is amazing. Earned a subscriber

  • Alexander Grover
    Alexander Grover 21 day ago

    This is very stupid..

  • my music
    my music 21 day ago +1

    👍👽☣TOXICRALLIES☣

  • Andres Manzo
    Andres Manzo 22 days ago

    Guess it’s time to unsubscribe from this channel

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      ***Who's more corrupt in Congress between the Republicans and the Democrats?***
      When comparing criminal indictments of those serving in the executive branch of presidential administrations it's so lopsided as to be ridiculous. Yet all I ever hear is how corrupt the Democrats are. So why don't we break it down by president and the numbers.
      Obama (D) - 8yrs in office. *zero* criminal indictments, *zero* convictions and *zero* prison sentences. so the next time somebody describes the Obama administration as "scandal free" they aren't speaking wishfully, they're simply telling the truth.
      Bush, George W. (R) - 8yrs in office. 16 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 9 prison sentences.
      Clinton (D) - 8yrs in office. 2 criminal indictments. one conviction. one prison sentence. that's right nearly 8yrs of investigations. tens of millions spent and 30yrs of claiming them the most corrupt ever and there was exactly one person convicted of a crime.
      Bush, George H. W. (R) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. one conviction. one prison sentence.
      Reagan (R) - 8yrs in office. 26 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 8 prison sentences.
      Carter (D) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. zero convictions and zero prison sentences.
      Ford (R) - 2 1/2 yrs in office. one indictment and one conviction. one prison sentence. Pardoned Richard Nixon.
      Nixon (R) - 6yrs in office. 76 criminal indictments. 55 convictions. 15 prison sentences.
      Johnson (D) - 5yrs in office. zero indictments. zero convictions. zero prison sentences.
      So, let’s see where that leaves us. in the last 53 years Democrats have been in office for 25 of those years while Republicans held it for 28. in their 25yrs in office Democrats had a total of three executive branch officials indicted with one conviction and one prison sentence. That's one whole executive branch official convicted of a crime in two and a half decades of Democrat leadership.
      In the 28yrs that Republicans have held office over the last 53yrs they have had a total of (a drum roll would be more than appropriate), 120 criminal indictments of executive branch officials. 89 criminal convictions and 34 prison sentences handed down. That's more prison sentences than years in office since 1968 for Republicans. If you want to count articles of impeachment as indictments (they aren't really but we can count them as an action), both sides get one more.
      However, Clinton wasn't found guilty while Nixon resigned and was pardoned by Ford. So, those only serve to make Republicans look even worse. With everything going on with Trump and his people right now, it's a safe bet Republicans are gonna be padding their numbers a bit real soon.
      So let's just go over the numbers one more time shall we. 120 indictments for Republicans. 89 convictions and 34 prison sentences. Those aren't "feelings" or "alternate facts" those are simply the stats by the numbers. Republicans are, and have been for my entire lifetime, the most criminally corrupt party to hold the office of the presidency.
      Larry Garland made the post I have copied here. I believe it was based on the information found here.
      dailykos.com/stories/2017/1/11/1619079/-Comparing-Presidential-Administrations-by-Arrests-and-Convictions-A-Warning-for-Trump-Appointees

  • joelm33
    joelm33 22 days ago

    Dude! Loot crate is a real thing!! I thought it was just Red letter media satire! Seeing it I thought who would ever sink so low as to open crates with randomized loot in them....

  • Christopher Barber
    Christopher Barber 23 days ago

    this really was a genius perspective on how to look at trump supporters. i'm on the left and i can't tell you how frustrating it can get when my side constantly preaches to the choir. how the hell do we expect to reach reasonable peeps on the other side? we actually have built a wall, all of us. a wall between each other, and we're only making it taller the more we disassociate from each other

  • The Foxfires
    The Foxfires 24 days ago +1

    I find it ironic that an approval rating ad for Trump popped up before this video started.

  • RyanPerfect
    RyanPerfect 24 days ago

    Why you hating on Trump? Banking on Trump actually wasn't a mistake. You try to conflate what is going on in this episode to what is happening with the conservative right and President Trump, and it makes you look kind of idiotic. You provide no evidence to prove your claim that there was or is anything wrong with President Trump Or his presidency. The economic numbers speak for themselves. That's why he's going to get re-elected in2020. And as I write this, I know I will be attacked in the comments, but it has to be said. People like you are what divide a (Once Again) Great country like the United States! Shame on you! You know Exactly what you are doing.

  • fijimini
    fijimini 24 days ago

    Got a Wisecrack add before this 🤔

  • Greg Huffman
    Greg Huffman 24 days ago

    I voted for Trump and don't regret it, but I'm a liberal... if I was a conservative I could see why you'd feel let down.

  • Justin Observer
    Justin Observer 24 days ago

    They have it pegged because they've been writing for cartman for decades now.. cartman is the cartoon child version of a real personality type..trump is the real life version.

  • Green Mr
    Green Mr 24 days ago

    South Park is such a Special Show, Lol

  • NOLA NERD
    NOLA NERD 25 days ago

    Trump is the 🐐💯

  • Steven Galiniak
    Steven Galiniak 25 days ago

    At its core, I agree with this video. People get defensive when made out to be idiots and will double down in order to protect their egos.
    But for the love of god people need to admit that this isn't the case with Trump. He doesn't have abysmal polls, he has crazy support and it's not because they're in this "abusive relationship" with him, it's because he actually helped the people whose votes he sought after. The Dow Jones is soaring, unemployment is the lowest it's been in a decade, he's bringing back domestic production, so on and so forth. Don't get me wrong, I voted third party and understand the underlying implications to all these improvements to the US market, like environmental pollution, trade wars with China, and artificially stimulated stocks, but we got to stop pretending like everything he's done is terrible and people are delusional for supporting him.
    We have to stop pretending like Trump has done nothing but set the country on fire since he got into office. We get so wrapped up on what he's saying rather than what he's doing that we just stand around scratching our heads wondering why people are supporting someone who is clearly a Giant Douche when the answer is sitting right in front of us on paper. When we attack Trump supporters for being "delusional," they will get defensive not because they want to admit that they're wrong, but that Trump is actually helping all of them in the short term. I don't know what these actions will mean ten years down the line, but instead of arguing the implications of his policy we attack him for his rhetoric, the right rolls their eyes and continues their support, and the left is the one who becomes defensive not wanting to admit that they were potentially wrong.
    It's this constant attacking of the right rather than listening and trying to understand their support for him that's going to get him reelected in 2020. Not because they're defensive, but because we don't want to admit there has been SOME good done for the people who support him. The left needs to wake up and hold a mirror to themselves and realize they've just become as hateful and delusional as the people they're trying to put down.

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      When we listen, all we hear are faux news lies. When shown actual facts, they curl up in a ball mumbling "fake news". There's no way to reach people who don't value facts and evidence. All that's left is mockery of their stupidity.

  • Smile SurferStyle
    Smile SurferStyle 25 days ago

    MAGA 😂🌊🏄

  • Matthew Doss
    Matthew Doss 26 days ago

    The sub plot must have been Hillary crying in jail but seriously they should've had Hillary go ape shit after the election cause you know she fucked up her last chance to become president

  • Ryan's Adventure & Info

    Unfortunately those dumbasses who voted for him seem to double down on Trump regardless of wtf he does.

    • Nivajoe
      Nivajoe 24 days ago

      I think you missed the point of the video. Matt and Trey, are trying to send the message that a lot of Trump supporters don't actually like Trump, but only double down, because people like you call them dumbasses

  • LordAugastus
    LordAugastus 28 days ago +1

    Identity politics, turning what is meant to be intelligent people to idiots falling prey to sensationalist ideologies.

  • Tiwaking Tiwaking
    Tiwaking Tiwaking 28 days ago +1

    *ALL HAIL GOD EMPEROR TRUMP! MAY HIS DIVINE LIGHT SHINE ON US ALL!*

  • 113089Drummerboy
    113089Drummerboy 28 days ago

    I think to an extent they got Trump right but I don't think they got his supporters right.

  • David Barnwell
    David Barnwell 29 days ago +1

    Trump is gonna get re elected.. The only think i take issue with is the notion that GOP leadership is battered.. i think they arent.. they're just like Trump..they just speak better.

  • Good Old Days
    Good Old Days 29 days ago

    MAGA from France

  • Shamwow Gaming
    Shamwow Gaming 29 days ago +1

    Not everything is deep and philosophical. There are barely any parallels to be made. You do realize the creators are republicans right? Not everything is a politically motivated anti trump shit. I hope you know that.

  • ben silk
    ben silk Month ago

    Liberals and conservatives are so stupid it's funny.

    • ben silk
      ben silk 10 days ago

      Ok?

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      ***Who's more corrupt in Congress between the Republicans and the Democrats?***
      When comparing criminal indictments of those serving in the executive branch of presidential administrations it's so lopsided as to be ridiculous. Yet all I ever hear is how corrupt the Democrats are. So why don't we break it down by president and the numbers.
      Obama (D) - 8yrs in office. *zero* criminal indictments, *zero* convictions and *zero* prison sentences. so the next time somebody describes the Obama administration as "scandal free" they aren't speaking wishfully, they're simply telling the truth.
      Bush, George W. (R) - 8yrs in office. 16 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 9 prison sentences.
      Clinton (D) - 8yrs in office. 2 criminal indictments. one conviction. one prison sentence. that's right nearly 8yrs of investigations. tens of millions spent and 30yrs of claiming them the most corrupt ever and there was exactly one person convicted of a crime.
      Bush, George H. W. (R) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. one conviction. one prison sentence.
      Reagan (R) - 8yrs in office. 26 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 8 prison sentences.
      Carter (D) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. zero convictions and zero prison sentences.
      Ford (R) - 2 1/2 yrs in office. one indictment and one conviction. one prison sentence. Pardoned Richard Nixon.
      Nixon (R) - 6yrs in office. 76 criminal indictments. 55 convictions. 15 prison sentences.
      Johnson (D) - 5yrs in office. zero indictments. zero convictions. zero prison sentences.
      So, let’s see where that leaves us. in the last 53 years Democrats have been in office for 25 of those years while Republicans held it for 28. in their 25yrs in office Democrats had a total of three executive branch officials indicted with one conviction and one prison sentence. That's one whole executive branch official convicted of a crime in two and a half decades of Democrat leadership.
      In the 28yrs that Republicans have held office over the last 53yrs they have had a total of (a drum roll would be more than appropriate), 120 criminal indictments of executive branch officials. 89 criminal convictions and 34 prison sentences handed down. That's more prison sentences than years in office since 1968 for Republicans. If you want to count articles of impeachment as indictments (they aren't really but we can count them as an action), both sides get one more.
      However, Clinton wasn't found guilty while Nixon resigned and was pardoned by Ford. So, those only serve to make Republicans look even worse. With everything going on with Trump and his people right now, it's a safe bet Republicans are gonna be padding their numbers a bit real soon.
      So let's just go over the numbers one more time shall we. 120 indictments for Republicans. 89 convictions and 34 prison sentences. Those aren't "feelings" or "alternate facts" those are simply the stats by the numbers. Republicans are, and have been for my entire lifetime, the most criminally corrupt party to hold the office of the presidency.
      Larry Garland made the post I have copied here. I believe it was based on the information found here.
      dailykos.com/stories/2017/1/11/1619079/-Comparing-Presidential-Administrations-by-Arrests-and-Convictions-A-Warning-for-Trump-Appointees

  • Ray Last
    Ray Last Month ago

    Without having watched the new Season yet. I agree that South Park is taking a significantly more insightful stance here than other Trump critics, and it confirms my longstanding impression of them.
    But there is one major piece of the Puzzle that both South Park and this video still get wrong (though they are far from alone in this), and it has to do with the question of class. Namely, blaming the so-called "white working class" for Trump, or more importantly regarding them as his base. Because they're not.
    Trump Voters were wealthier than Clinton voters and while he had more support among the working class than previous Republican contenders, those are not the people clinging to him beyond reason. His core support comes from the radicalized Republican base, the same ones that have always supported the Republican party no matter what. And _they_ tend to be middle class suburban types most of whom are not all that poorly educated, either. And nota bene, those guys for the most part can regard themselves as more or less doing pretty well under Republican policies, including Trump, at least where their immediate Interests are concerned. The only Trump policy I can think of that was really bad for them was the Tax rewrite, since he distributed some of the load from the very top to middle class homeowners. A lot of them are also hardcore evangelicals.
    As for Republican leadership, their position is also far more complex. Trump has actually caused a war within the US-establishment over how the American Empire is best run, and how they can best remain in charge of it. To simplify a little, a significant faction (represented by Trump) wants to restructure the Empire with agressive policies and cut put some of the semi-autonomous clients (mostly Germany and Japan) whom they feel have gotten too good a deal, in their place. At home, they want to pander a sort of nationalist popilism, though they face the problem of not really having much to offer their supporters in the long term. Note however, that the other side, currently lead by Democrats (Republicans are split) has responded by also becoming much more jingoistic on some fronts, Russia for example.

  • Long duk dong
    Long duk dong Month ago

    Just came here to laugh at the drooling Trumptards. They did not disappoint.

  • Veteran Lifestyles
    Veteran Lifestyles Month ago

    Screeeew you guys, I'm going home!

  • Questbro
    Questbro Month ago +1

    I regret nothing

  • Dolphin Crab Nuke
    Dolphin Crab Nuke Month ago +1

    Why does the show have to deal with politics now this is why I hate the new season's and it's dumb how we have such things as politics and its making this worse for America, all it does is seperates us.

  • Jesse Johnson
    Jesse Johnson Month ago

    This is why south park is my favorite tv show.

  • mike allen
    mike allen Month ago

    another great episode. almost as entertaining as the reality show that is going on in America.

  • Zer0Spinn
    Zer0Spinn Month ago

    How about... you were in the wrong, you fucked up (getting trump elected) and now you're doubling down?

  • Jose l
    Jose l Month ago

    I cant wait for 2020 people shit on trump and trump supporters but the economy is great sure you can say that its all because of obama but i still think that trump is going to win and with even a greater number of people voting for him.

  • DeLorean4
    DeLorean4 Month ago

    I personally prefer geek crate and nerd box.

  • jason lewis
    jason lewis Month ago

    Banking on Trump wasn't a mistake though. Because the alternative was Hillary. Trump is a complete idiot. But hillary is a monster.
    You'd be at war with Russia, China, Syria and Korea if Hillary got in. She said so during the election.
    People are just fed up with. Msm narratives. They rallied against Bush yet gave a free pass to Obama for doing the same damn things. The so called Muslim ban wasn't an issue when Obama signed off on it three times. It's selective outrage

    • charlidog2
      charlidog2 10 days ago

      ***Who's more corrupt in Congress between the Republicans and the Democrats?***
      When comparing criminal indictments of those serving in the executive branch of presidential administrations it's so lopsided as to be ridiculous. Yet all I ever hear is how corrupt the Democrats are. So why don't we break it down by president and the numbers.
      Obama (D) - 8yrs in office. *zero* criminal indictments, *zero* convictions and *zero* prison sentences. so the next time somebody describes the Obama administration as "scandal free" they aren't speaking wishfully, they're simply telling the truth.
      Bush, George W. (R) - 8yrs in office. 16 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 9 prison sentences.
      Clinton (D) - 8yrs in office. 2 criminal indictments. one conviction. one prison sentence. that's right nearly 8yrs of investigations. tens of millions spent and 30yrs of claiming them the most corrupt ever and there was exactly one person convicted of a crime.
      Bush, George H. W. (R) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. one conviction. one prison sentence.
      Reagan (R) - 8yrs in office. 26 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 8 prison sentences.
      Carter (D) - 4yrs in office. one indictment. zero convictions and zero prison sentences.
      Ford (R) - 2 1/2 yrs in office. one indictment and one conviction. one prison sentence. Pardoned Richard Nixon.
      Nixon (R) - 6yrs in office. 76 criminal indictments. 55 convictions. 15 prison sentences.
      Johnson (D) - 5yrs in office. zero indictments. zero convictions. zero prison sentences.
      So, let’s see where that leaves us. in the last 53 years Democrats have been in office for 25 of those years while Republicans held it for 28. in their 25yrs in office Democrats had a total of three executive branch officials indicted with one conviction and one prison sentence. That's one whole executive branch official convicted of a crime in two and a half decades of Democrat leadership.
      In the 28yrs that Republicans have held office over the last 53yrs they have had a total of (a drum roll would be more than appropriate), 120 criminal indictments of executive branch officials. 89 criminal convictions and 34 prison sentences handed down. That's more prison sentences than years in office since 1968 for Republicans. If you want to count articles of impeachment as indictments (they aren't really but we can count them as an action), both sides get one more.
      However, Clinton wasn't found guilty while Nixon resigned and was pardoned by Ford. So, those only serve to make Republicans look even worse. With everything going on with Trump and his people right now, it's a safe bet Republicans are gonna be padding their numbers a bit real soon.
      So let's just go over the numbers one more time shall we. 120 indictments for Republicans. 89 convictions and 34 prison sentences. Those aren't "feelings" or "alternate facts" those are simply the stats by the numbers. Republicans are, and have been for my entire lifetime, the most criminally corrupt party to hold the office of the presidency.
      Larry Garland made the post I have copied here. I believe it was based on the information found here.
      dailykos.com/stories/2017/1/11/1619079/-Comparing-Presidential-Administrations-by-Arrests-and-Convictions-A-Warning-for-Trump-Appointees

  • Kazu Tama
    Kazu Tama Month ago

    有難うございました!That was a good review.

  • Michael Keith
    Michael Keith Month ago

    Honestly, I felt like that episode was a satire for the magical world the left thinks // wishes it lived in.
    Fantasies like "The Regretful Trump Voter" which is about as real as "The Blue Wave" that's coming this year. The only people that I see regretting the election are the people that didn't vote for the man. Likewise, the only people upset with his policies are the ones that didn't like them to begin with. I can't recall any policy decision he's made that's been a surprise: He campaigned on doing exactly what he's done.
    I suppose the truth will bear out this November. Regretful Trump Voter or a rainbow universe the opposing faction wishes was true? Stay tuned!

  • Samsquatch
    Samsquatch Month ago

    TRUMP 2020

  • Kyle Noe
    Kyle Noe Month ago

    It's hardest to satirize better than we in reality already are.

  • Felipe Carlet
    Felipe Carlet Month ago

    South Park should base some of those episodes um brazilians politics.

  • Tom Curl
    Tom Curl Month ago

    I'm just praying to robert muller the methodical investigater he is to drop all of trumps shit at once

  • Tom Curl
    Tom Curl Month ago

    I'm just praying to robert muller the methodical investigater he is to drop all of trumps shit at once

  • Random Panda
    Random Panda Month ago

    Sounds like the left really is the boring establishment, and Trump voters are the rebels. The economy is soaring, Kim has caved in, the EU has caved in, I wonder who will be remembered as the boring duds in twenty years.

  • Atypical Black
    Atypical Black Month ago

    Trump 2020

  • Tom Terrific
    Tom Terrific Month ago

    You're wrong on at least one MAJOR point. McConnell and Ryan (and perhaps even Pence) are NOT Trump supporters and he KNOWS IT! The reason he humiliation-fucks them is because he knows they are fucking GOPestablishment tools intent on taking him down the first chance they get. They totally fucked up repealing and replacing Obamacare even though they gained their MAJORITY by PROMISING to Repeal & Replace it! What Trump succeeded in doing was EXPOSING THEM as NeverTrump double agent members of the Uniparty!
    His voters are getting exactly what they voted for.
    Look at the economy! Minority Unemployment numbers lower than they have ever been in HISTORY! Who saw THAT coming? I sure as hell didnt'! Look at the exploding manufacturing sector! Look at Trump taking down these trade deals that we were told would be FREE and FAIR. NAFTA and GATT were Pure Bullshit! I was fooled! I believed the LIES. Every country in the world puts tariffs on our goods and we have no tariffs on theirs! EVERY country fucks us and the Uniparty has been feeding us this "Free Trade" Bullshit and telling us it's candy since 1993!
    On immigration, we believe Trump is doing all he can; but, again, Ryan and McConnell are NeverTrump tools fighting for CONTINUED illegal immigration and INCREASES in legal immigration! The LAST thing they want is what the VOTERS want. A WALL! But after the Midterms Trump will get his Wall and we will even gratefully christen it "The Great Wall of Trump"!
    Trump FUCKS McConnell and FUCKS Ryan and I am THRILLED to see it! I hope he keeps it up! Of course, it's those daily, weekly, or monthly ass-fuckings that are driving Ryan OUT of the House at the time when his star should have been shining like the Star of Bethlehem, declaring him the Next Republican Savior (after Hillary). Opps! Doesn't look like that's worked out for him. Kudos for him knowing when to jump ship!

  • Mitchell Lerich
    Mitchell Lerich Month ago

    You assume that trump voters actually regret voting for him.

  • TheAsianRepublican
    TheAsianRepublican Month ago

    Except now the 2 South Park creators have come out As Republican

  • Bob Blackadder
    Bob Blackadder Month ago

    Trump's base isn't working class, just white college educated men resentful they believed the neo-liberal system would work, not as rich and powerful as they want to be, desperate for a scapegoat and easy to exploit. Throw in Trump's billionaire big business bosses who want regulations rolled back on banks, climate protection, human rights etc. that Dems weren't willing to do, Koch bros, Mercers, and Wall st. allies and oilmen in cabinet to give themselves tax breaks, paying to swamp social media with pro-Trump propaganda, meme lords manipulated to think it is 'rebellious'to do the same and Russian troll farms also doing but just because they want a weak, fragmented US, you got the perfect storm. The working class are now getting screwed because of Trump's tarrifs and some of them supported Trump and regret it now, but his college educated base are still as resentful as ever and will still support him no matter what- thank goodness they are still the minority, but thanks to the outdated unrepresentative electoral college system the corporatocracy only need to manipulate a minority to get Trump in again in so the majority who want a left-wing, more democratic government, including all the new voters coming of age will have to work hard to do to change that.

  • Nick M
    Nick M Month ago

    Nailed it

  • Andrew Noneofyourbussiness

    This fits both sides of politics perfectly though. Both are abusive relationships preying on the emotions people feel when something outrageous happens

  • J Michael
    J Michael Month ago

    The benefit for having trump elected was we were able to point out all the dumbasses of the country.
    I found out 3/4 of my family are dumbasses.