Sarah Silverman Dives Into The Right’s Faux Outrage and Talks to Senator Bernie Sanders

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Sarah Silverman Dives Into The Right’s Faux Outrage and Talks to Senator Bernie Sanders

THIS WEEK ON “I LOVE YOU, AMERICA” SARAH SILVERMAN DIVES INTO THE RIGHT’S FAUX OUTRAGE, TALKS TO SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS AND EXPLORES AMERICA’S COMPLICATED HISTORY WITH JON HAMM, DAN STEVENS, IKE BARINHOLTZ, ADAM SCOTT AND JASON SUDEIKIS IN THE HALL OF PRESIDENTS

September 14, 2018  – In this week’s new episode of her Emmy-nominated Hulu series, “I Love You, America,” Sarah Silverman addresses comedy and the faux outrage of the Right, sits down with Senator Bernie Sanders to discuss the state of the Democratic Party, and pays a late night visit to the Hall of Presidents where she discovers that America’s history is more complicated than she thought.

Hall of Presidents

In a late-night visit to the Hall of Presidents, Jon Hamm, Dan Stevens, Ike Barinholtz, Adam Scott and Jason Sudeikis give Sarah a history lesson that makes her realize America’s history is a lot more complicated than she thought.

The Interview:

Sarah sits down with the voice of the millennial generation, 77 year-old Senator Bernie Sanders to talk about the state of the Democratic Party and what Democratic Socialism really means.

Bernie Clip #1

Bernie Clip #2

A few notable comments by Sarah Silverman in this week’s I LOVE YOU AMERICA:

“Lately, certain online trolls will take outspoken liberal comedians’ old jokes, strip them of their context, and pass them around the internet as if they had been said in sincerity.”

“…I think it boils down, like everything, to feelings.  And how we process our feelings.  It’s a reaction to liberals calling them out for their inherent bigotry. If you lack the skills to look inward, you act outward.”

“So if a comedian makes a pedophile joke, maybe don’t try to get rid of the comedian, try to get rid of pedophila.”

I LOVE YOU, AMERICA — From inciting treason to telling poop jokes, Sarah Silverman has created her fair share of online chatter. With I Love You, America, she’s 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. While it’s great to connect with like-minded people, Silverman feels it’s crucial, now more than ever, to connect with the un-like-minded. Sarah Silverman. (Photo by:Robyn Von Swank/Hulu

“I’d rather be one person’s shot of whiskey than everybody’s cup of tea.” -Sarah Silverman

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