• Liberals OUTRAGED Over Louis C.K. SNL Jokes

    It seems like every week we’re being punished with the latest liberal outrage bonanza.

    The latest episode of that liberal fury came after Louis C.K.’s Saturday Night Live monologue where he cracked jokes about racism, the longstanding conflict between Israel and Palestine, and child molestation.

    C.K. talked about how he’d react if he walked into a pizza place owned and operated by four black women. “I’ll go like hmm,” C.K. said explaining that his racism is “very mild.”

    “It’s extremely mild racism. You don’t usually see that, for black women running a pizza place–unless it’s called ‘Four Black Girls Pizza.'”

    When he was raised in the ’70s, C.K. says it was “a very different time” as he continued to make jokes about the neighborhood child molester.

    “It wasn’t a big deal, it wasn’t like, ‘We caught a child molester!’ It was like, ‘Yeah, that’s the house where the child molester lives. Hey kids, don’t be stupid. You’ll get molested. Stay away,’” C.K. joked.

    And this went on for about 8 or 9 minutes, which was 8 or 9 minutes too long for a lot of humorless liberals.

    “Wow @nbcsnl – that Louis CK monologue was not only terrible, it was actually offensive! ,” tweeted Cindy Wrightson.

    If it were up to Cindy, comics wouldn’t have much to crack jokes about:

    Rapper Bun B, who’s certainly said some “offensive” things, didn’t like Louis’s jokes either:

    There’s tons more tweets from the easily offended brigade.

    Truth is, it’s just not comedy if you’re not offended.

    Notice, I didn’t say it’s not funny if you’re not offended. Whatever you think is funny might be completely different from person to person. But edgy, cringeworthy jokes are the axis upon which comedy spins.

    And if you don’t like the bare-knuckle brand of comedy that Louis C.K. and so many others bring, don’t watch.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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