Anti-Trump comedians’ really bad, no-good moment

From Callum Borchers at the Washington Post:

A racial slur. A homophobic joke. A mock beheading.

Anti-Trump comedians are having a moment — and not the good kind. More.

Reality check:  They are getting what they deserve. The one thing we can be sure of is that they mean all the harm they would do.

But note two things: The cringeworthy “apologies” and, much more important, the fact that they are not funny any more. In the progressive atmosphere they helped create, they dare not be.

Nemesis lives!

See also: Griffin had vowed to go for Barron Trump in December 2016

  • Uncommunist

    ‘Anti-Trump comedians are having a moment — and not the good kind.’ … perhaps because they’re people of low charcter, i.e. bad people.

  • David Murrell

    One positive suggestion I am going to to. I am going to ask Rogers cable to delete my subscription to the Comedy Network (a channel we never watch), and will type out a snailmail letter to the head of the channel why I am doing so.

  • mobuyus

    There is no homour in islam nor none to be found in leftism.

  • Millie_Woods

    ‘not funny anymore’

    Are you kidding? I watched Griffen’s statement to the press. It was hilarious. “He broke me. He broke me”.

    Comedy gold!

    • Justin St.Denis

      I haven’t laughed that hard since that famous Salvador Dali/Alice Cooper press conference way, way back when.

  • Even when Bill Maher puts on his most evil threatening face, he still looks like a pussy nerd. He couldn’t even scare a six-year-old. “Mummy, who’s the funny clown on TV — why does he look like my little pet salamander when he gets angry?”

  • Clausewitz

    Modern day comedy is totally devoid of any edge or courage. Personally I just enjoy Dennis Miller reruns.