Want more proof that the left has completely lost the ability to laugh? Elizabeth Warren. Specifically, the slightest mention of her "Native American" heritage. All of which is hilarious.
Hollywood and Twitter seemed dedicated to going after the two best characters from Parks and Recreation.
They started with Rob Lowe, who tweeted, in reference to Elizabeth Warren's recent announcement that she plans to run for President in 2020:
Elizabeth Warren would bring a whole new meaning to Commander in 'Chief'.
Cue the full-tilt recreational outrage we've gotten used to. The online equivalent of people calling for Rob Lowe's head.
He followed up the much-hated tweet with:
Observation: many polarizing politicians actually LIKE each other, privately help each other, then publicly stir the pot, playing for votes. That's fine. Only thing wrong with it is when we buy it whole cloth, breeding intolerance, anger and total inability to laugh at ANYTHING.
Allie Beth Stuckey's observation sums it up pretty well:
It's amazing how many people seem to think jokes about Elizabeth Warren pretending to be Native American are more offensive than Elizabeth Warren pretending to be Native American.
Lowe's co-star on the now-finished Parks and Recreation, Chris Pratt, was also the target of unhinged drama from a "celebrity" who's barely worth mentioning. Guess the location?
"If you are a famous actor and you belong to an organization that hates a certain group of people, don't be surprised if someone simply wonders why it's not addressed. Being anti LGBTQ is wrong, there aren't two sides. The damage it causes is severe. Full stop. Sending love to all," tweeted Ellen Page, openly lesbian actress from the movie Juno.
Here, I'll translate this for you: "Chris Pratt is a Christian, not a virtue-signaling, unbelievably-privileged Hollywood elitist."