Monday, July 24, 2017


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College Liberals

People forget that professional comedians spend their life telling jokes and making fun of things and people, but there is one kid at the University of Massachusetts that will never mess with another comedian.

Steven Crowder, and outspoken conservative comedian, took to the stage at an event put on by the school’s Republican Club to tell some jokes and have an open discussion about the topics of the day.

That is when a few protestors decided to start yelling and interfering with the show before the comedian even got a chance to speak. What happened next was pretty epic.

The comedian wasn’t having any of it, and he went off. Here is just a small example of the epic verbal beat down.

“These opinions that you’re yelling out, they’re not even your opinions, they’re your opinions from your gender studies professor and the real reason you pick it is you thought it was your best chance at getting laid. Only to realize that your very glance in the direction of a woman causes a barren womb.”

Here is the video for you to watch for yourselves, but do not watch if you are easily offended. You’ve been warned.

Did he go too far or did say something that those kids needed to hear? Let us know in the comments.

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One of the most popular comedians in the country, Tina Fey, has said she’s done with apologizing for so-called “offensive” jokes.

Comedians have recently been under attack by a crazed PC army on the Left—who have forced comedians to backtrack off-color jokes that are “offensive” to someone.

It’s gotten so bad that some comedians, like Chris Rock or Jerry Seinfeld, have said they no longer perform on college campuses—because, quite simply, college students can no longer take a joke; they’re too concerned with possibly offended someone.

Tina Fey, however, has decided that she wouldn’t bother apologizing anymore, and urged other comedians to do the same: “Steer clear of the Internet and you’ll live forever,” she said.

Fey has explained what put her over the edge:

“We did an Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt episode and the internet was in a whirlwind, calling it ‘racist,’ but my new goal is not to explain jokes. I feel like we put so much effort into writing and crafting everything, they need to speak for themselves.”

She added:

“There’s a real culture of demanding apologies, and I’m opting out of that.”

Fey, who was the mastermind behind the hit show 30 Rock and the producer and writer of the cult 2004 film Mean Girls, has long been a feminist icon due to her ability to break into the boys club of comedy—but when ever reliably liberal celebrities start to realize the politically correct culture has gone off the deep end, perhaps it’s time to change course.


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