The comedian just released a Netflix documentary that explores the issue.
The comedian’s idea also references another one of the GOP’s favorite pastimes.
The comedian explains her, um, heated take on the special counsel to Ellen DeGeneres and in a new book.
With just two days until the midterm elections, now is the time for Americans to get out and vote.
The outspoken comedian will tackle U.S. politics in a forthcoming Netflix documentary.
She also called the Trump family "a bunch of monsters" during her interview with HuffPost.
Mocking Trump shouldn't have to come at LGBTQ people's expense.
"Please update your records," one disgruntled person wrote.
"These teens are going to be leading our country in five years so we should be respecting everything that they’re saying."
Ted Cruz echoes her message: "We don't need politics right now. ... Evil is evil."
“The past presidential election and the countless events that have unfolded since have galvanized me."
"The overall message we’re given time and time again is that We Are Not Okay."
These trading cards are a necessity in 2017.