Louis C.K. mocks Parkland shooting survivors, gender-neutral pronouns
Louis C.K. was caught up among the #MeToo allegations when several women came out against the reputed but controversial comedian, saying they had been forced to watch him masturbate. Now disgraced, Louis is trying to return to comedy, but his latest leaked set has a couple of jokes that has landed him in more hot water. Read to know what improper jokes Louis made.
Improper humor seems to be Louis' latest favorite
Louis was always cynical and embittered in his humor, and his jokes tended to be slightly improper. However, since his accusations and subsequent attempt to return to the comic circuit, Louis' jokes have only become more insensitive, to the point they have ceased to be funny. His latest jokes take aim at the Parkland school shooting survivors, transgender, and non-binary kids, drawing severe criticism.
Louis slams Parkland survivors, says 'you didn't get shot'
Florida's Parkland school witnessed one of USA's deadliest shootings, as we had reported. Several survivors became gun control activists. Louis made fun of them saying, "You're not interesting cause you went to a high school where kids got shot... How does that make you interesting? You didn't get shot. You pushed some fat kid in the way... I got to listen to you talk?"
Louis also made fun of youngsters and belittled gender-identity terms
Louis also attacked the youth who identified with different genders. In an exaggerated faux gay voice, he compared them to royalty for telling others how to address them. Louis continued, "You should address me as they/them, because I identify as gender neutral. Oh, ok. You should address me as 'there' because I identify as a location. And the location is your mother's c***".
Check out the insensitive jokes Louis C.K. made
i mean he's like a RW comic now. hes milo pic.twitter.com/QYOGI7TrGa— jack allison (@jackallisonLOL) December 31, 2018
Louis C.K. shows no remorse, losing comic touch too
Louis' jokes were not just nasty and mean, they were bad. The comedian had promised to change his ways following #MeToo allegations but his current content, raging at the youth, asking them to presumably be politically incorrect, has been severely criticized online. Fans have dubbed his humor conservative and insensitive, saying that Louis will only tour red states (Republican areas) with his current jokes.