UPDATE: After I posted this, Rotten Tomatoes finally allowed audience scores and the difference is stunning. Americans are sick of being lectured about what they’re allowed to find humorous.
Dave Chappelle’s new politically incorrect Netflix special is being panned by “critics” yet is loved by the general public, illustrating once again how Americans are sick of being lectured by woke idiots about what they’re allowed to laugh at.
Sticks & Stones, which targets cancel culture, far-left activists and the the #MeToo movement, has a lowly 17% score on Rotten Tomatoes, where only reviews from critics are currently allowed.
However, on IMDB, where regular viewers are allowed to post their own reviews, the show has a rating of 8.5 out of 10.
Attendees of a Democratic Socialists of America convention were falling victim to their own ridiculous standard of political correctness, newly-released footage reveals.
Watch attendees of the weekend gathering address each other as ‘comrade’ while making their preferred pronouns and ‘personal privilege’ known before speaking in a scene that could have been an SNL skit 20 years ago.
‘Comrade’ Jackson seemingly failed to mind everyone’s sensibilities as immediately after his request another attendee had a grievance that needed hearing.
“Point of personal privilege,” said the outraged attendee. “Please do not use gendered language to address everyone!”
But ‘Comrade’ Jackson wasn’t finished, not long after his first request, he had another ‘quick point of privilege.’
We explain why.
The San Francisco Board of Education unanimously voted last month in favor of painting over a George Washington mural series on a school wall depicting Washington standing over a Native American’s corpse and another in the company of slaves on his Mount Vernon estate.
“This is reparations,” Education Board Commissioner Mark Sanchez said in a KQED report when asked about the estimated $600,000 price tag for its removal. It could reportedly take a year to complete.
The 1,600-square-foot mural series titled “Life of Washington” was painted on San Francisco’s George Washington High School in 1936 by a Russian-American artist and Stanford University art professor Victor Arnautoff.
It was funded by the New Deal’s Works Progress Administration and shows a variety of scenes from Washington’s life.
School district spokeswoman Laura Dudnick confirmed that although only two mural pieces stand out as offensive to members of the community, the board’s decision would apply to all 13 panels of the mural.
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With conservatives like these…
From Big League Politics:
Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, once considered a favorite of conservatives and Trump supporters, is now doing the Left’s bidding for them, and targeting a Confederate statue for removal in a gratuitous display of political correctness.
DeSantis is calling to remove the likeness of Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith that represents the state of Florida in the U.S. Capitol at the National Statuary Hall. He wants it to be replaced with civil rights leader Mary McLeod Bethune, in a clear capitulation to the Maoist Left.
Sean Ono Lennon slammed political correctness as “pathetic,” pointing out how many people are “offended by comedy and science.”
“When I was young the most interesting people were left wing intellectuals. Believe it or not,” Lennon tweeted.
Writer and director Paul Duane responded by claiming, “We still are the most interesting.”
“No we’ve become the church lady as person below says. It’s embarrassing. We’re offended by comedy and science. It’s pathetic,” responded Lennon.
He subsequently explained that the Overton Window has moved so far left that in the future, current left-wing intellectuals will be “considered right because they are at all right of Che Guevara.”
A UK brewery’s campaign to highlight the “gender pay gap” imploded spectacularly after they lost a lawsuit for refusing to sell a beer made for women to a man.
BrewDog announced their “Pink IPA” in 2018 to mark International Women’s Day.
The beer is the same formula as one of BrewDog’s other beers, “Punk IPA,” but “Pink” comes with pink artwork, a label that says “beer for girls,” and a 20% discount – for women.
Talk show host Bill Maher says that “political correctness is a cancer on progressivism” and that the “vast majority” of liberals in America hate it.
During an appearance on CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time last night, the Real Time host complained that he was constantly on the receiving end of criticism for asking tough questions of Democratic politicians.
“When you talk to Trump supporters, they’re not blind to his flaws but they always say he’s not politically correct,” said Maher. “I don’t think you can overestimate how much people have been choking on political correctness and hate it. There were two studies about this recently … The vast majority of liberals in this country hate it. They think political correctness has gone way too far. No one likes to be living on egg shells.”
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Independent journalist Tim Pool was leaked an email showing Slate journo April Glaser appearing to threaten Chase Bank with negative press if they don’t deplatform the right-wing activist group The Proud Boys.
From Tim Pool:
Following the Vox controversy with Steven Crowder, or #VoxAdpocalypse, and mass censorship hitting youtube I found it pertinent to show how these activists in media operate and how they use framing devices to target people like conservatives and other political groups.
The reporter in question has advocated for government regulation to restrict speech and I believe this shows her to be an activist acting to target and cause harm to political rivals.
Microsoft is set to release a new version of Word that uses artificial intelligence to make your writing ‘politically correct’.
You know how annoying it is when the iPhone corrects ‘fucking’ to ‘ducking’ every time you type out the word? Imagine that for an entire essay.
The new feature, called ‘Ideas in Word’, will recommend ‘sensitive’ phrases like “We need to get some fresh blood in here” be modified so that “fresh blood” becomes “new employees”.
“It might underline places where your writing exhibited gender bias,” reports Fast Company. “If you tend to say “mailman” or Congressman” in the generic, it might suggest you use “mailperson” or “Congressperson.” If you use the term “gentlemen’s agreement,” it may suggest you use “unspoken agreement” instead.”
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President Trump complained on Twitter that the Kentucky Derby disqualification of horse Maximum Security was the result of political correctness.
“The Kentuky Derby decision was not a good one. It was a rough and tumble race on a wet and sloppy track, actually, a beautiful thing to watch,” Trump tweeted Sunday.
“Only in these days of political correctness could such an overturn occur. The best horse did NOT win the Kentucky Derby – not even close!”