Comedian Nicole Arbour gives a hilarious take on why she left the left and became a Trump supporter.
“I started to see the unraveling of all the things I’ve been taught,” she explained. “I started seeing that every single thing that these people pretend they are, they are actually the polar opposite.”
Arbour shows off her “liberal sweater”:
“This is my liberal sweater, by the way, at least liberal media, okay? This is like freaking CNN reporters all over it,” she said.
Arbour faced intense public criticism in 2015 when her viral video titled “Dear Fat People” drove the left insane. She was accused of fat-shaming, but she didn’t cave to their attacks. She pushed back harder.
On an episode of The View, Arbour told the overly sensitive hosts her work is meant to offend people because that’s how satire works. She told them what offends her:
I find seeing someone’s head being blown off offensive … I find children starving in a country with more than enough food offensive. I find women’s bodies being mutilated for religious purposes. That is offensive to me. But words and satire I don’t find offensive.
Like former Canadian comedian Ryan Long, our neighbors to the north have a unique outsider/insider perspective on our politics. They see the weirdness in our culture, and some at least find our ‘woke’ generation a gold mine of comedy material. The woke literally are a joke.
“If you want to tell people the truth and not get punched in the face, you’ve got to do it through comedy,” says Arbour.
She’s funny and fearless.
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