The Irony: George Carlin on Trump before Trump

By Jim Campbell

May 27, 2017

 

George Carlin was arguably the greatest political commentators of our time.

He was up there among the greatest comedians as well.

The irony lies in the fact that those who were cheering and clapping during his riff would not do so today.

 

Why?

Political correctness of course.

The same people would remain, mum today, because at least 50% of them have been brainwashed to believe he is wrong when he’s absolutely correct.

Think about that folks, and they vote.

They are members of today’s left in politics.

 

 

 

 

 

Yep, how odd that those who need to understand the philosophy of George Carlin most, even if the listened to his wisdom would still not understand what is teaching them. 

 

It’s a shame George didn’t tell us exactly when Democrats would become extinct.

A very difficult task, even from the grave.

 

RIP George who passed on Jun 22, 2008,  Santa Monica, CA.

Upon his death in 2008 at the age of 71, American comedy lost one of the sharpest and truest voices it had ever known.

Over five decades, Carlin forged a body of work that is awe-inspiring in terms of its breadth, intelligence, and relevance. 

The Irish Catholic kid from Corpus Christi parish in Harlem–with barely more than a year of high school education–combined his own fierce and fearlessly questioning mind with the lessons he’d learned on the streets of New York to craft comedy that made audiences laugh and challenged them to think. (Source)

 

THE END

 

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