MSNBC’s Toure Says Attacking Minorities and Women Isn’t Funny But Attacking White Men IS Funny

Race baiter Toure Neblett of MSNBC has a message for all you comedians and comedy movie makers out there: comedy isn’t funny unless it is only making fun of white men.

Toure claims that it is “bad comedy” if you are making jokes about minorities. But if you are making fun of with men? Well, THAT is comedy gold.

He made his ill-informed comments in a discussion of the native American actors who walked off the set of a new Adam Sandler comedy western film being shot.

Listen to this convoluted logic…

I’m tired…. of people punching down, right? Of attacking groups that have been traditionally oppressed–men making jokes at the expense of women, white people making jokes at the expense of black people, or us making jokes at the expense of native Americans or American Indians. That’s not funny, right, that’s easy, that’s bad comedy. It’s when you’re making jokes that attack people who are traditionally in power, right, people who are traditionally comfortable in society, that’s much more interesting.

This idiot doesn’t have a clue what comedy is. In FACT the whole of our comedy entertainment landscape was started by Jews (traditionally oppressed people) making fun of themselves. That was pretty much the whole scheme of Vaudeville and early movies.

The fact is, comedy is making fun of people of all stripes. No one should be beyond a comedic jab or two. But liberals have no sense of humor, so, there you have it.

Toure is a moron.

Warner Todd Huston

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