On Monday night, conservative Allie Stuckey released a pitch-perfect parody campaign ad for Democrats. From Democrats' penchant for violence, demonization of their opponents, and necessity for victimhood, nothing was off limits for CRTV's Stuckey.
Posing as a spokesperson for the Democrat Party, Stuckey outlines why Americans need to vote blue this November.
"Democrats are the party of love and tolerance. We promote inclusion and acceptance, peace and goodwill," she says.
While Stuckey delivers the lines, real life clips of a Democrat mob storming the Supreme Court, a leftist ripping up a conservative's sign, and a male feminist kicking a pro-life woman in the face play in the corner of the screen.
"Republicans don't want to talk about any of these things," she continues. "They just want to talk about record unemployment, the economy, and keeping communities."
"Fascists," she quips.
Stuckey then spotlights Democrats' "practical priorities," such as calling for the abolition of the electoral college, eliminating due process, and banning so-called "hate speech."
"These are the values of the American people — well, at least Americans that live in San Francisco and New York," she says.
"Republicans often use fearmongering rhetoric, like "Constitution" and "liberty," continues Stuckey. "Democrats condemn such language as a device, and instead focus on more unifying topics, like repealing the Second Amendment, or kneeling for the national anthem."
Next Stuckey takes on abortion, and does not mince words.
"Republicans want to take away a woman's sacred right to choose to have her child decapitated inside the womb and torn apart limb-by-limb with forceps. Democrats celebrate the right to violently murder your child, because, we're compassionate."
Continuing to expose Democrats' view of women, Stuckey said, "Democrats believe that women are powerful and independent. They are also helpless victims of the patriarchy who require government intervention to succeed. Any woman who disagrees with us is a self-hating, stupid bimbo."
Taking on Democrats' stranglehold on minority voter blocs by selling them victimhood, Stuckey highlights the recent Kanye West pile-on by the collective Left for the superstar's audacity to question black people's implicit support for the Democrat Party. West was called a "token negro" and mocked as uneducated by leftists on a CNN panel, for instance.
"You're a victim, and you're useful to us," Stuckey, the "Democrat Party spokesperson," directs to minority groups.
The call for open borders by Democrats was likewise mocked.
Democrats "accept" gang violence, opioids, and sex trafficking as the "natural consequences of opening up the borders; which, of course, is the more loving thing to do."
After touting how "well" socialism has worked "every time it's been tried," Stuckey declares Democrats as "the party of the common people, the poor and marginalized, the weak and defenseless. While Republicans promise freedom, we promise free stuff. That's how we win over young people. Our goal is to make the government work for you, so you don't have to work at all."
"Republicans are always pushing religion in our faces. We reject their bigotry. Religious people are idiots. Democrats would much rather have you sacrifice yourself on the altar of progressivism," smacks Stuckey, taking on the religious bigotry of the Left.
Stuckey concludes that Democrats "care about you; so much so, we are willing to wear you down until you fear getting silenced, doxxed, or fired because you don’t agree with our agenda."