To quote a specific Twitter CEO, the woke mind virus has its limits, as the past 12 months have demonstrated.
Netflix supported Ricky Gervais and Dave Chappelle despite the booing mob’s protests because they dared to tell jokes their way and according to their terms.
The “Wednesday” series on the platform, which disregarded complaints that it problematically treated its black characters, became a late-year smash.
And Joe Rogan continued to podcast despite fierce criticism of his Spotify showcase, including criticism from once-rebellious souls like Neil Young.
Although they were eager to raise their social credit scores within the Hollywood ecosystem, woke celebrities continued their virtual signaling. We have the ideal Christmas presents for their next five-star stockings because they did exactly that.
For anyone who heard the shock jock’s early broadcasts, The King of All Media’s transformation into a woke-to-scold this year was surprising. To avoid contracting COVID-19, Stern remained to himself in his opulent Hamptons home and only left when given a chance to mingle with other woke celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel and Bruce Springsteen. Stern also professed his love for MSNBC.
Stern criticized even Oprah Winfrey for showing a glimpse of her excessive wealth to admirers.
What could be a better Christmas stuffer than a “Crucified by the FCC” copy from eBay? Stern’s creation is a collection of his radio show highlights from before 1991. It might serve as a reminder that he once stood up to authority, defended free speech, and supported capitalism in all its imperfections.
The Oscar winner adopted the woke mentality early on, as seen by her apology for playing a villain in the 2020 film “The Witches” with limbs that weren’t quite normal. When promoting her bomb “Armageddon Time” this year, the actress termed abortion “another word for kindness” and told the press that she was afraid to play the role of a Jewish lady since she isn’t Jewish.
Should decorate her Christmas tree with a copy of Michael Caine’s “Acting in Film: An Actor’s Take on Movie Making – The BBC Master Class.” Even Oscar winners could benefit from a reminder of their trade.
The 85-year-old is still extremely active and awake. She will co-star in the sports-themed movie “80 for Brady” in the coming year, and she frequently attends (maybe flying by private jet?) conferences on climate change.
Only a few weeks ago, she attributed the ecological catastrophe to racism and sexism, but she isn’t giving up despite her advantages.
Thanks to ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the former “Man Show” host now performs hymns from the progressive hymnal five nights a week. This year, after his comedy skit on Emmy night went awry, he begged for pardon and boasted that he risked losing his ABC showcase to continue doing Trump jokes his way.
And he’s so furious that Elon Musk now allows conservatives to be heard on Twitter. He’s awake.
Kimmel might use a case of Mangria, the alcoholic concoction by Adam Carolla, his former “Man Show” co-star who still remembers his XY chromosomes.
The vulgar comedian has changed their heart. She laments her early, lewd days and despises her white privilege. She believes that straight white males are the ideal (and possibly the only?) subject for mockery.
Are You There, Vodka, It’s Me, Chelsea? Do you recall that song?
Let’s place a Blu-ray of “Lenny,” a 1974 movie, under Handler’s woke tree.
Dustin Hoffman received an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of the comedic character who gave all up to offend. It may remind Handler of her initial notoriety.