WATCH: Audience Boos & Walks Out After Wanda Sykes Attacks 'Racist' Donald TrumpChris Menahan
Nov. 14, 2016
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This is epic.
We've officially entered a new paradigm. No longer will the American people be silenced by fears of being called "racist," "sexist," or "homophobic."
A "racist," "sexist," "homophobic," "transphobic," "xenophobic," "bigot," "ableist," "transablist," "transactionalxenophobalist" is now our president.
In a Boston comedy show last night, comedian Wanda Sykes was loudly booed by large portions of the audience near the end of her set as she referred to President-elect Donald Trump as a "racist, sexist, homophobic person."
Throughout the majority of the set, Sykes was able to get some laughs from the crowd and didn't really face too much anger from the audience. However, near the end, when she said "this is not the first time we've elected a racist, sexist, homophobic person," many in the crowd turned on her.Political correctness lost this election, lady. It was on the ballot and the American people voted for it to end. Now, the tables are being turned and America-hating trash like the CEO of Grubhub and PacketSled are being to be held to account.
After Sykes' bit was up, Nick DiPaulo took the stage, praised President Trump and threw all political correctness out the window.
From The Boston Globe:
Then, Nick DiPaolo took the stage, unleashing a torrent of comments about liberals, Boston women, and Jews, according to attendees.
“It was horrible,” said Nancy Rogerson, 47, of Framingham, who attended with Comatas. “He joked about raping women on the cobblestone streets of Boston, and people were laughing. That is not something to joke about.”He could have, he chose not to.
DiPaolo also called a woman who tried to rush the stage a “Peabody Jew,” according to the Hamblens and Rogerson. DiPaolo, who grew up in Danvers, was apparently referencing the neighboring North Shore city that has a sizable Jewish population.He should have said a "Peabody person," or a "person of Peabody."
“There is a fine line between comedy and hate speech,” George Hamblen said. “On the one hand, you had a very honest reaction from Wanda Sykes about what she’s going through [after the election] and she gets booed.”The cultural Marxists are now the ones playing defense -- and no one cares anymore what they have to say.
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