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Meme: The People Offended by Cartoons

Yes, it’s infuriating that the left is both offended by cartoons and wants to cancel them. Dr. Seuss, Pepe Le Pew, and other favorites from our childhoods.

But, more than that, it’s revoltingly embarrassing, especially when “men” (read: soyboys) on the left get so offended that they are pushed to the brink of tears by cartoons that make most children laugh.

You want to just slap them and yell “For God’s sake, man, grow a pair! It’s a damn cartoon, not a video of your mother being tortured!” I know I do. Such weakness is disgusting.

America used to be a nation of masculine men, men forged like steel. Of men like George Washington, who surveyed the wilderness, led armies through savage Indian territory, and froze at Valley Forge. Of ruthless, hard men like Douglas MacArthur, George Patton, and Curtis LeMay. Men that would, in the words of JFK, “pay any price, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.”

No more. Sure, some citizens of that caliber are left, mainly in rural areas far from the woke plague. But, sadly, many aren’t.

On the right, men are afraid to stand up for their values and state their opinions. In the workplace, in school, and in their personal lives, they aren’t willing to “bear any price” for liberty; they’re not even willing to risk creating a slightly uncomfortable situation by standing up to a leftist!

And, on the left, they’re offended by cartoons and want to cancel children’s books because there’s a picture of a Chinese laborer with a ponytail in one of them. They certainly won’t bear any burden for liberty, they actively attack free speech!

It’s so embarrassing that it’s hard to view. How could so many people be so weak?

By: Gen Z Conservative

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