Finally, An Awards Show I'm Excited About (Bumped)

Just a reminder that this show is streaming live now at the link below.

Snowflake Awards

If you’re like me, you’re not particularly looking forward to the Oscars, a once-interesting awards show that has devolved into 3-4 torturous hours of limousine liberal back-patting, pretentiousness and conservative-bashing. (Not that I care, but for the record I expect the Hollywood-centric “La La Land” to win Best Picture, even though that’s apparently racist. Somehow.) Well, if you’re looking for a much more conservative-friendly alternative, The Blaze has you covered.

The Snowflake Awards, hosted by Tomi Lahren and Doc Thompson, will air on Oscar night as a sort of anti-Oscar show, and will present “awards” to the most obnoxious liberal snowflakes in America. As they put it:

The Snowflake Awards was established to honor notable hypersensitive citizens, those who, when subjected to the slightest pressures of life, begin to melt!

You can go to their website now and vote for Best (meaning most obnoxious) Snowflake, Best Hypocrite, Best Meltdown, and more. No word on whether or not the losers will get participation trophies.

9 comments to Finally, An Awards Show I’m Excited About (Bumped)

  • Magnus Caseus Formatis

    I’m looking forward to this. I think this show will only grow in popularity. I could be wrong.

  • Awwwww yeeeaaahhh!!! Perfect alternative programming, for the actual rebels, and will make an excellent companion for Dr. Ted Baehr’s Movieguide awards.

  • I hope it is good, but she can be a bit shrill at times.

    • Rufus

      First and foremost; hire some writers. Good writers.

      Almost all these efforts make the same mistake. Someone demonstrates an ability to draw eyeballs and clicks; Lehren, Crowder, Gutfeld… Then they put them on a television show that requires more than them giving their take on the day’s news and their viewership doesn’t grow. You need additional creative people and multiple ideas to choose from. Johnny and Jay probably chose from 100 jokes to come up with the 10 they used in each evening’s monologue.

      It’s a clever idea, but if it looks like cable access done by High Schoolers critiquing the teachers they don’t like they won’t grow their audience.

  • 'Merica

    Trump for the win!

  • 'Merica

    Our Snowflake in Chief for the win!