September 25, 2021

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Stephen Colbert Claims Saying “Chinese Virus” is Racist, Meanwhile, He’s Been Racist To Asian People For Years

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Stephen Colbert Claims Saying "Chinese Virus" is Racist, Meanwhile, He's Been Racist To Asian People For Years

According to Late Show host Stephen Colbert using the term “Chinese Virus” “is a very racist term” and a “dog whistle.” Meanwhile, all viruses are named after their place of origin, everyone knows this and has never complained before Trump became President.

Hypocrite Stephen Colbert has been exploiting Asian stereotypes for a laugh for years.

His character Ching-Chong Ding-Dong made many many appearances on his show over the years on “The Colbert Report.”

Here’s an example:

When Colbert was called out on his racism years ago causing the hashtag #CancelColbert, he never apologized to the Asain community, instead, he said he would create a foundation called the “Ching-Chong Ding-Dong Foundation for Sensitivity to Orientals or Whatever.”

Amazing right? The hypocrisy reeks from Colbert.

Look, we get it, comedy is comedy and shouldn’t be messed with. The point is ALL these liberal celebs for years made their money from what they call racist now. And why? because orange man bad and all that.

Emily Jashinsky over at The Federalist has pieced together a brilliant article showing Colbert exploiting Asian stereotypes over the years. It’s really worth checking out.

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