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Tina Fey (l), Jane Krakowski (r). Krakowski plays Jacqueline Voorhees, a Native American /narcissist passing as white in Netflix program, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” (screenshots)

 

Actress, comedian, writer, feminist and producer, Tina Fey, threw down the gauntlet when during an an interview with Net-a-porter, the discussion turned to allegations of racism surrounding Fey’s jokes on her Netflix show, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” Fey, the latest member of Hollywood to acknowledge that Progressive crybabies have no sense of humor and see offense in lurking in every corner [my emphasis] stated that she is opting out of the “culture of demanding apologies” that festers on the internet.

IF YOU DON’T GET THE JOKE, THAT’S YOUR PROBLEM
“Steer clear of the internet and you’ll live forever. We did an Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt episode and the internet was in a whirlwind, calling it ‘racist’, but my new goal is not to explain jokes. I feel like we put so much effort into writing and crafting everything, they need to speak for themselves. There’s a real culture of demanding apologies, and I’m opting out of that.”…

 

As expected, Progressives are having a hissy fit, not that it will affect Fey at the box office or anywhere else for that matter.

Independent Journal

According to Vox, Fey has “a narrow way of looking at the internet” after announcing that she plans to stay off the internet due to constant criticism….

The Vox article argued that Fey was choosing to unduly “opt-out” of the internet criticism, but some argue that a culture of constant offense-taking is a detriment to society.

It appears that Fey struck a nerve among those who are used to bullying celebrities and politicians into apologies….

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Social justice warriors would ban humor if they could and while Fey, a Progressive herself doesn’t care one way or another, she is fast learning that it doesn’t feel so good once the chickens return home to roost. She might want to steer clear of college campuses for the next few years.