Leftists have a meltdown after comedian Chrissie Mayr makes Dylan Mulvaney joke
Comedian Chrissie Mayr has released footage of her recent stand-up set in Dallas, where her jokes about transgender issues sparked some audience members to try heckle her and walk out of the show. They didn’t stop there and went as far as vandalizing her merch table. (Video below)
Mayr, who is known for her hilarious irreverent, and politically incorrect humor, shared a video of herself performing at Hyena’s Comedy Nightclub over the weekend. During her set, she poked fun at transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, who was infamously featured on Bud Light cans in celebration of the activist’s “Year of Girlhood,” despite being a biological male.
In the video, Mayr jokes about Mulvaney not having undergone top or bottom surgery a year after transitioning. This caused some audience members to begin their meltdown.
“Why has it been a year of girlhood and still no t-ts? That’s day one,” Mayr said, going on to suggest that if she herself transitioned to becoming a man, she would get the largest male genitalia she could find. “Why no t-ts for Dylan? I don’t understand.”
Somebody from the audience interjected, “Because he’s a man!”
Mayr repeated, “Because he’s a man,” in agreement, but another member of the audience got really triggered and replied, “No! She’s a woman!”
“Uh-oh,” Mayr said. “We have one of those.”
She went on to say, “No, it’s all good. We can all have different beliefs, it’s okay. Some of us can believe in reality and some of us can’t,” as the majority of the audience laughed.
Chrissie Mayr later expressed the importance of diverse beliefs in America, stating, “This is America, we should have different beliefs, it’s all good.”
Continuing her performance, Mayr delved into the topic of labels for various sexualities in modern America, jokingly remarking, “You’re not bisexual, you’re just fun at parties.”
The shared video then focused on the individuals who had previously shown offense, with one person appearing visibly upset.
The video later showed a moment during the show when the group of offended patrons decided to leave, with one person exclaiming, “F–k you, transphobe!”
“Is that the best you can do?” Mayr asked. “Oh, my God, it’s so sad. Make sure she gets home safe, I don’t want those women to get harpooned in the neck on their way to their cars,” referring to the weight of the offended attendees. “There are poachers out there, they are going to want their tusks!”
She later posted that the offended leftists went on a “stampede” outside but not before finishing their fries.
“Just FYI these ‘women’ went straight to management to complain and then proceeded to stampede (knock over) my merch table,” she tweeted. “This is the conflict when it comes to comedy and Leftists. It’s just not compatible.”