Parody Video Personality Perfectly Mocks Social Justice Criticism of 'Baby, It's Cold Outside'

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Sometimes, the best way to deal with yearly “grinches” is to literally show them how ridiculous they’re being. I find a healthy dose of mocking really ticks them off, because they get to see the level of stupidity their “social justice” brings to the table.

Apparently, viral video extraordinaire JP Sears agrees with my sentiment — at least on this topic.

That topic? It's the classic Christmas song that has recently come under fire after 74 years of existence, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.”

Sears released a new video recently that perfectly encapsulates how the rational of us view the outrage over the flirtatious, but totally not “rapey” song.

“So here’s the deal. I was just minding my own business, looking for people to crucify in my witch-hunt instead of dealing with my own pain and I discovered something terrible,” Sears said in full parody mode. “The classic Christmas song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” is about date rape!”

If you read that last quote without seeing the video, you could totally believe that some virtue signaling social justice amoeba said that.

For full context, watch the video below:

 

That was too good. Maybe I go a little too hard sometimes in trying to make people look stupid. But when they do such a good job on their own, it makes it really easy for people like Sears and myself to do our jobs.

For the last time, it’s a friggin’ Christmas song! The way the perpetually offended put it, you’d think that someone literally got the idea to begin sexually assaulting women because they listened to this song.

I guess being a victim, or coming up with garbage to make yourself seem like a victim to others, is a profession.

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