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We Christians (and conservatives) understand that most of leftwing Hollywood despises us. They truly believe that we are the “deplorables” they say we are. They hate our faith, they hate our culture, they hate our morality, and they hate us.

However, I never expected to see their anger and ugliness toward us displayed so forcefully.

Here are 3 examples of Hollywood’s hate for Christians from the last couple of days.

  1. Modern Family Producer tells Christians to “F*ck Off” Over DACA

Danny Zuker is the executive producer of ABC’s Modern Family and he had a short and sweet message for any Christians who happened to be Trump supporters.

This is what he tweeted (and then deleted, but the Internet is forever).

While he deleted the original post, it wasn’t because he thought it was wrong or that he was sorry for offending people. He later doubled down, and then tripled down.

Zuker acts as if there is some greater moral connection between enforcing our laws, DACA, and the Christian faith. Here’s the thing Mr. Zuker, there is nothing anti-Christian about enforcing our immigration laws. The people who are “tearing families apart” are the illegal immigrants who come to America illegally and then force the government to send them back. It’s not Trump’s fault, it’s not Christians fault… it’s the illegal immigrants fault.

2. Actress Alyssa Milano mocks the Hurricane Harvey National Prayer Day, calls it the “National A**holes Day”

After President Trump designated Sunday as a National Day of Prayer for the victims of Hurricane Harvey, Milano mocked the announcement and the President with a disrespectful tweet.

Apparently, tragedy and prayer are things to be mocked in Alyssa Milano’s world. Remember, these are the same people who are constantly criticizing President Trump’s personality, attitude, behavior, rhetoric, and anything else they can criticize. Yet when he attempts to help heal division, and provide relief for the hurting… this is how they react.


3. Big Bang Theory executive producer calls Christians bigots, says Bible supports abortion.

Bill Prady is the executive producer of CBS’ Big Bang Theory which has been one of the most popular sitcoms on TV for over a decade now. Prady is no fan of those “bigoted” Christian types who actually believe the things the Bible teaches about morality. The producer recently got into a Twitter debate with Obianuju Ekeocha about the morality of abortion, the ethics of religion, and how faith should guide practice. Sadly, once Prady realized that the debate was going poorly for him, he unceremoniously blocked Ekeocha and ended the conversation.

Here’s the conversation they had – notice Ekeocha is always civil and answers all of Prady’s arguments directly. Prady on the other hand quickly evades Ekeocha’s points, before turning to name calling and then finally blocking him.

I guess Bill just couldn’t handle dealing with a logical and well-reasoned argument. It was at this point, after calling Ekeocha and every other believer in the world a bigot, that Prady decided to block him on Twitter.

Here’s the point folks, these are movers and shakers in the Hollywood world. These people represent the mainstream thought processes of the left in Hollywood.  They despise the things we believe. They despise the faith we share. They despise the lives we live. They despise us.

Why do we continue to give them our hard-earned money? Why do we continue to help enrich their lives even as they seek to tear ours down?

They can believe as they want, but shouldn’t we stop shoveling our hard-earned dollars into their bank accounts?

Hollywood hates us, and they have no problem letting us know. Why don’t we stop rewarding that hate?

The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author and are not not necessarily either shared or endorsed by

Onan Coca

Onan is the Editor-in-Chief at Romulus Marketing. He's also the managing editor at, and the managing partner at Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in Atlanta with his wife and their three wonderful children.


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