Dave Chappelle, Brittany Aldean, and Candace Cameron Bure have each separately stood up to the voracious and inhospitable woke cancel culture mob recently and stood their ground against a barrage of assaults. It is refreshing to see celebrities finally say “enough” to the toxic woke nonsense plaguing the entertainment industry.
Chappelle famously stood up to the LGBT community after his Netflix special “The Closer” revealed his opinion on some harsh truths. As part of his routine, Chappelle at one point established that “gender is a fact.”
“Every human being in this room, every human being on Earth had to pass through the legs of a woman to be on Earth, that is a fact,” he said during the bit. “Now I am not saying that to say that trans women aren’t women. I am just saying that those p—–s that they got … you know what I mean?” I’m not saying it’s not p—-, but that’s like beyond p—- or impossible p—-.”
For his speech, a cadre of unbearable woke employees walked out in protest. As CBS reported, their “Most” Team – whatever that means – staged the protest in an futile effort to have the content removed. Netflix, to its credit, not shy about promoting woke filth, including the film Cuties, subsequently gave the employees an ultimatum to either return to work with the special aired or find a new job. As CBS said:
Protestors streamed from the company’s Sunset Boulevard building around 10 a.m Wednesday, where they held a rally to “underscore the importance of responsible content offerings that prioritize the safety and dignity of all marginalized communities,” according to organizers. The employees walking out included Netflix’s “Most” Team — a social team dedicated to the company’s LGBTQ+ content.
Most recently, Brittany Aldean, who previously stood up to the cancel mob after thanking her parents for accepting her tomboy phase in a dig seen at the transgender movement, shared another post in which she has her Balenciaga gear in garbage bags and saying she was taking out the trash.
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Aldean’s commentary comes on the heels of what many commentators across the political aisle are calling blatant and overt references to promoting pedophilia. Aldean’s comments drew praise for being one of the few perceived celebrity voices to push back against the ad campaign. Kim Kardashian, for example, an ambassador of the company, simply issued a generic statement saying she’d reevaluate her relationship with them. Fox wrote of the Balenciaga and subsequently ire from regular folks:
Balenciaga’s controversial holiday campaign featured children posing with teddy bear-shaped handbags that were wearing leather harnesses. The brand also drew backlash over a separate ad for its Spring/Summer ’23 campaign in which documents from a U.S. Supreme Court decision involving federal child pornography were allegedly used as a prop
And Cameron Bure took heat for recently promoting her new network, Great American Family, would feature only heterosexual couples for their Christmas- and holiday-themed films. “I think that Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at the core,” Cameron Bure said last month during an interview that raised the topic. The intentionald decision to not feature same-sex couples immediately got her labeled as an hateful bigot.
The former Full House star immediately faced hostility, and was called out by C- and D-list has-beens and wannabes. Hilarie Burton of the early 2000s series ‘One Tree Hill’ virtue signaled her beliefs by remarking on social media:
Now they’re just openly admitting their bigotry. I called this s— out years ago when Abbott was at Hallmark. Glad they dumped him. Being LGBTQ isn’t a ‘trend.’ That guy and his network are disgusting. You too Candy. There is nothing untraditional about same-sex couples.
She then added: “Bigot. I don’t remember Jesus liking hypocrites like Candy. But sure. Make your money, honey. You ride that prejudice wave all the way to the bank.”
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