'The New Yorker' Desperately Tries Making Antifa Funny in Zoolander-Like Parody...
The fashion world is bizarre. Maybe it's just best they focus on fashion and snooty culutre, but The New Yorker, perhaps in an attempt to jump on a trend, made a video about Antifa. And it's... different.
Our newest line to hit the runway is more than fashion. It’s rebellion. It’s anarchy. It’s . . . Antifa.
Let's not make too much light of it. These people are violent criminals (see #UndercoverANTIFA Fallout: Ben Shapiro Interview (Exclusive) and Antifa Member, Who CONFESSED TO A CRIME, Demanding YouTube Remove Our Video!). But let's not completely lose our sense of humor. If that is what's required here.
One way to bring attention to how pathetic some people are is to mock them with satire. Or to just simply paint a very serious (and violent) movement as nothing but a superficial trend. The New Yorker either did one, or both. But we're not sure and need your opinion. Are we supposed to laugh or cry?
Hey, comedy isn't for everyone. Neither is real journalism.