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FLASHBACK: This Owen Benjamin Video Proves PC Culture is Ruining Comedy...
In case you haven't noticed, Owen Benjamin is a favorite of ours here at Louder with Crowder (see Video: Owen Benjamin's Hilarious Take on Men and Women and Comedian Owen Benjamin Perfectly Mocks Liberals Ruining Halloween). Which also means - you guessed it - he's a frequent offender of leftist-ninny feelings. The perfect example of this is a commercial he worked on for TBS three years ago, Sullivan & Son. Owen points out how a commercial like this couldn't exist in today's culture. Watch for yourself.
In his own words:
This is a promo to a sitcom I was on THREE years ago. Imagine this on TV today? The reason the show was hated by the leftists is look at the diversity. A black guy, an Arab, the first male Korean sitcom lead in American history, and a white guy. It doesn't get more diverse than this and it was a blueprint to how cultures actually get along. By mocking each other. Just because I refuse to abandon my culture, my comedy, my principles every time leftist power structures tell me to does not make me a "phobe." The party of censorship will never be funny. It used to be the right, now it's the left. What ideology keeps telling everyone to not say a word or have a thought? THAT side isn't funny and that side needs to stop telling me what to say and do.
Boom. Comedy doesn't answer to political correctness. Humor was not meant to be tethered by social taboos. Hence leftist comedians fail to bring the funny (see Trevor Noah Says Comedy is Better When its 'Progressive.' So That's Why He Stinks...).
The left is on a quest to ruin all the things. Don't cave into their smarmy, humorless ways.