‘Big Bang Theory’ runs anti-Trump message in credits

If you’re a fan of any of Chuck Lorre’s sitcoms, you’ve probably noticed an end credit title card filled with mumble jumble that never stays on the screen long enough to read. However, if you’re REALLY curious or just don’t want to hit pause to read them, each and every one is listed at chucklorre.com.

This week’s “Big Bang Theory” episode ended with a seemingly anti-Trump political message.

Check it out below:

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While never explicitly stating President Trump’s name, one can draw their own conclusions that “a fascist, hate-filled, fear-mongering, demagogic, truth-shattering, autocratic golf cheater” refers to POTUS.

This isn’t the first time one of the vanity cards has taken a shot at Republicans. Media Research Center noted that episodes from as far back as 2012 mocked Mitt Romney.

“The Big Bang Theory” is ending its twelve season run after this year.

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