'South Park' Trailer Hilariously Trolls the Easily Offended with #cancelsouthpark


They’ve done it again! In a society where everyone needs to be offended by something, “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker released a teaser trailer for the upcoming 22nd season of the politically incorrect show that essentially trolls people that campaign against anything they don’t like or agree with.

How? By launching #cancelsouthpark.

That’s right. Stone and Parker know that a lot of people, no matter the “side” they’re on, are going to be offended by what “South Park” brings to the table this season. So, why not create a hashtag that people will undoubtedly misunderstand and use in the face of topics they get triggered by?

Take a look at the teaser trailer below:


Perfect! Stone and Parker’s commentary on society through a cartoon is absolutely brilliant. You might not agree with all of the issues they broach, but since when do you have to agree with absolutely everything everyone says? Those people that typically need everything to fall in lockstep with their thinking have never and will never understand the nuance of “South Park.”

I suppose those will be the same people who misunderstand and use #cancelsouthpark because they literally don’t get it, whatever it is. And who says “it” constantly has to be the same thing over and over?

Good for Stone and Parker for getting ahead of the SJW curve.

H/T: Louder with Crowder

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