May 2, 2018

VANITY FAIR’S HILARIOUSLY BAD ACCOUNT OF THE ‘RED-PILLING’ OF KANYE WEST:

I literally “LOL’d” at the first sentence: “What unifies these disparate voices on PragerU, my sources tell me, is a sense that P.C. politics are fundamentally divisive and restrictive.”

“My sources tell me”? Did Nguyen really need to drop some Benjamins on the shoeshine guys of the “far right” to get this inside skinny?

“Whattya got Joe?”

“Well, Tina, ya didn’t get it from me. But I hear that what unites the disparate voices of that conservative website [looks around, whispers with his hand over his mouth] Prager University is that the people who record videos there actually don’t like political correctness.”

“Whoa. Hot stuff, Joe.”

“I know. I think this deserves an extra sawbuck, don’t you?”

Seriously, you need sources to explain to you that conservatives — anywhere — are skeptical or hostile to political correctness? Do Vanity Fair readers not know this?

Look, it’s a Condé Nast publication — be glad their journalists are still simply able to write, in between crying that “When Obama left the White House in a helicopter that horrible day, I had the impression our true father was leaving & the nation was stuck with a stepfather who was going to rape us. Now I increasingly believe that the media is the mother who won’t stand up for us & defy him.”

And speaking of Kanye, Maxine Waters Tells Kanye To Shut Up: He ‘Talks Out of Turn … Should Maybe Not Have So Much To Say.’

Rhetorical question, but will anyone ask Waters who decides when it’s his “turn” to talk? And Andrew Klavan’s evergreen video remains evergreen:

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