Comedian Louis C.K. is under fire again, this time for making fun of the Parkland school shooting survivors.
More than one year after sexual misconduct allegations drove him from the celebrity limelight, Louis C.K. seemed to be attempting a comeback. He appeared for a comedy set at the Governor's Comedy Club in Levittown, Long Island. An audio recording of the comedy set, which included several jokes that mocked the students-turned-activists, was posted online, setting off an avalanche of outrage on social media.
On Wednesday's "Glenn Beck Radio Program," Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere (filling in for Glenn Beck) discussed the various controversies surrounding Louis C.K. and whether or not political correctness really has a place in comedy.
Watch the video above to catch the conversation and listen to a clip of the leaked audio recording.