Sheriff Joe Arpaio, one of the bravest men in this country, is being attacked by 'comedian' George Lopez, who launched into an obscenity-laced tirade directed at Arpaio in a cable TV appearance.
Classy. But this is the state of ''comedy'' in our society these days; it's all based on insults, as well as crude sexual and bathroom ''humor.'' There once were comedians who could do political satire or comedy without being insulting, nasty, and vile, but it seems we have no such entertainment anymore.
Ethnic/minority comedians -- and I include women in this group -- are often anti-White, especially anti-White male. Sometimes they cloak their anti-White message by including rude comments and ridicule of other groups as well; that way they can take cover behind the excuse that they are 'equal opportunity' bashers of everyone. But the reality is that most of these kinds of comedians almost always use their supposed wit as a weapon against the majority; against heterosexuals, against males, against Whites, against Southrons, against Christians, against anyone who represents 'old America.'
I've noticed, too, that one way to acclimatize majority Americans to various ethnic groups is via promoting 'comedians' as well as other performers, of that ethnicity. After 9/11 there was a blatant attempt at pushing some 'Arab comedians' who joked about jihadists and other such fun topics; this seemed to be an effort at making us laugh along, and say 'this guy is funny; maybe these guys aren't so bad.'' If we laugh along with somebody we tend to be disarmed towards them, and to see them as likeable. If you look back at our entertainment history, you can see how this method was used to get us to accept a lot of the 'diversity' that we now are told is essential.
So Lopez is being used to make the dimwits in the TV audience feel warm and fuzzy towards Mexican immigration. I am always surprised at how very much many ''right-wing'' realist types fawn over the George Lopezes or the Chris Rocks or the Jerry Seinfelds or whoever. Entertainers are just one more method of influencing people.
However, Joe Arpaio is admired (justly so) by a lot of conservative Americans, and I don't think Lopez will succeed in turning many people against Sheriff Joe. I do hope that the easily led among us will see that Lopez does not identify with us, and does not have our interests at heart. He identifies with those who do not respect our borders -- why? because they are his kin, his blood. And it's allowed for people like Lopez to defend their people right or wrong. But we are not granted that same privilege.
Our folk need to stop supporting 'entertainers' who are openly hostile to us. No more excuses about how 'it's just entertainment.' No, it's serious business.