Monday, April 9, 2018

Liberals are up in arms this week after the cartoon television show “The Simpsons” made a joke they believe to be politically incorrect.

The BBC reported that “The Simpsons” character, shopkeeper Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, has long been considered problematic by race-baiting liberals since he is voiced by a white actor who puts on a heavy Indian accent. Indian-American comic Hari Kondabolu released a documentary last year called “The Problem with Apu” in which he whined about how “offensive” this character is.

During last night’s episode, the characters of Marge and Lisa discussed this controversy. Marge changes a bedtime story to make it more politically correct, and when Lisa objects, the mother asks her what else she is supposed to do.

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Lisa then looks right into the camera and says, “It’s hard to say. Something that started a long time ago, decades ago, that was applauded and was inoffensive, is now politically incorrect. What can you do?” She goes on to look at a photo of Apu on her table that is signed, “Don’t have a cow – Apu.” Watch below.

Kondabolu responded to the episode himself on Twitter:

Other snowflakes joined him in expressing outrage over the episode:

This perfectly showcases just how ridiculous liberals have become in today’s America. “The Simpsons” is known to be a cartoon that is full of parodies. Every character on the show is a stereotype, with the star of Homer being the beer-drinking fat stereotype of a dumb American. In the eyes of the left, it’s perfectly alright to mock a middle class white American male, yet “offensive” to parody an Indian immigrant. Ah, the lunacy and hypocrisy of liberals!

In the end, these snowflakes need to take some deep breaths and pipe down so the rest of us can enjoy our cartoons in peace.

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