Here is a fun moment for Conservatives that I first saw on Fox News but I am sharing the same story found on WND. CLUE: Flower that is also a disparaging term for a Liberal (aka Progressive, Leftist, Democrat etc.).
'JEOPARDY' CONTESTANT SCORCHES LIBERALS
By JOE KOVACS
October 26, 2015
A news producer for National Public Radio has become a viral sensation after unintentionally scorching liberals during her recent appearance on “Jeopardy.”
Contestant Becky Sullivan, originally from Kansas City, Missouri, provided a hilarious climax during the Oct. 23 episode, when the Final Jeopardy clue in the category of “Flowers” stated:
“The flower pictured here is called this, also a disparaging term for people on the political left.”
While the correct response was “a bleeding heart,” Sullivan wrote “What is a pansy?” The audience erupted in laughter.
Watch the video:
VIDEO: SHOCKING!! Jeopardy Contestant Bashes Liberals With Her Flowery Answer [Blog Editor: This Youtube video is not the same version shown on WND]
Posted by Seem Pack Bow Long
Published on Oct 26, 2015
Jeopardy contestant loses all her money when she says incorrectly guesses that a flower known for a disparaging word against liberals is a pansy instead of a bleeding heart.
"I think you may have found a way to insult liberals in this country," host Alex Trebek said before and after Sullivan's incorrect answer was revealed to the audience, costing her all of her $6,000 she had earned to that point.
Despite the incorrect answer, Trebek did offer some support, saying, "although I do like pansy."
Views on YouTube of Sullivan's answer have rocketed to about 700,000 in just three days since the show aired.
Fellow contestant Sean Anderson, a law professor from Champaign, Illinois, answered correctly and became the new champion.
Later on Twitter, Sullivan expounded on her response, saying, "OK here's the deal with pansy: I actually didn't know bleeding heart was a flower. I just put the only flower I knew that was also an insult."
And she divulged some behind-the-scenes secrets of the game show, tweeting, "Insider info: this thirty seconds of footage with the Jeopardy 'music' where we're thinking and writing had to be re-taped. IT'S ALL FAKE."
This is the second time in recent months the political left has been embarrassed on "Jeopardy."
A clue on the June 3 broadcast left the geniuses literally speechless.
When shown a photograph of Barack Obama's attorney general, host Alex Trebek provided the clue:
"Here she is at her Senate confirmation hearing to be our top cop."
All three contestants had no idea, and none clicked the signaling device to even venture a guess.
When time ran out, Trebek was forced to disclose, "And the lady's name is Loretta Lynch."
See the video from June 3:
WND VIDEO: Jeopardy 3rd June.mp4
Joe Kovacs is an award-winning journalist and, since 1999, executive news editor of WND. He is the author of two best-selling books: "Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You've Never Been Told" and its 2012 sequel, "The Divine Secret: The Awesome and Untold Truth About Your Phenomenal Destiny."
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