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Video: Owen Benjamin Mocks Justin Trudeau Over His 'Peoplekind' Comments
I can never pass up an opportunity to mock Justin "I Feel Pretty" Trudeau. The man person is a walking flaccid penis with expensive hair care politics who thinks dumb things (see WATCH: Justin Trudeau Wants ISIS Reintegrated into Society. Opposition HAMMERS Him… and Proud Feminist Justin Trudeau Shames His Own Sons for Toxic ‘Masculine’ Nature).
One of his greatest highlights was when he out-virtue-signaled a feminist by demanding she say "humankind" instead of "mankind." Which is his douchey way of saying, "b***, you just got served!"
But maybe it is time. The word "man" has been tacked on to the beginning of words for decades. It's a patriarchal plot. Is it time to speak with precision of language? It's a question posed by the wise Owen Benjamin and an entire cast of unBEARables...
This one line made me spit out my oatmeal:
It's time for Jordan PeterSON to change his name. To Jordan Notdescriptgenitalchild.
We could play this game all day. Manitoba becomes Personitoba. Human becomes hu-person. Pillsbury Doughperson. Norperson Bates. Who would've ever guessed a simple three-letter combo could be so triggering. I suppose we should be burning Neil Armstrong in effigy for carrying "problematic patriarchal language" to the moon.
Left-leaning comedians claim there's just nothing about the left to make fun of. Which is a joke in and of itself. What those comedians are really saying is "I'm a big duncetastic leftist who sucks at life." In reality, it's rare for a left-winger to not say something that's ripe for mocking. "Math is hard, therefore it's racist." "Hillary Clinton is hip to all the me-mes and the jifs."
Even with this video, Owen Benjamin and his crew didn't really have to embellish anything. The material practically came ready-made. The jokes are there. The jokes have always been there.