The purpose behind social justice is neither promotion of social interaction, nor achievement of justice as any sojourn into their blogs, YouTube video selections, or protest camps will show you. Really, the goal is to be an unhappy victim, and this is evidenced by the fact that those who subscribe to the social justice ideology are wholly implacable.
Normally, this isn’t expressed by anyone in the mainstream media, be it from the realm of journalism or entertainment. However, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane — far from being a right-leaning guy — took notice and decided to bash these cry-bullies in an episode of the hit series.
Titled “The D in Apartment 23,” this episode of Family Guy centers on the Griffin family’s talking dog, Brian, who runs into a group of University students protesting in favor of the University’s president being fired.
Why? Because he didn’t overreact when the word “weird” was discovered written on the wall of a transgender bathroom.
Brian, the show’s parody of a hard leftist, decides to join in on the action by tweeting in favor of the President being fired, and soon discovers his love of being part of an online, anti-right, pro-social justice mob.
However, after a good deal of keyboard hacktivism, Brian makes a simple joke that turns the mob against him, tweeting “About to see the new Kevin Hart movie. Just kidding. I’m white and went to college. #BaywatchMovie.”
Brian is subjected to a deluge of online rage from the social justice crowd he considered his audience, resulting in his life being turned into a living nightmare. The episode culminates in an angry mob showing up at the Griffins’ doorstep, and Brian attempting to issue an apology.
What unfolded is supposed to be parody, but is closer to the truth of the social justice mentality.
Newsbusters has the transcript:
Brian: Hello. As you all know, I’m Brian Griffin.
Quagmire: Boo. Boo, Brian Griffin. Boo.
Brian: I want to read a few words…
Quagmire: Boo. Liar. Boo, Brian Griffin, boo.
Brian: Anyway, I-I want to…
Quagmire: Boo. Apologize somewhere else. Boo. Boo, Brian, boo.
Brian: Ladies and gentlemen, I’m here today to apologize…
Man: Why did you say “Ladies” first? That’s sexist.
Brian: It’s just, it’s just a-a standard greeting. Let-let me start over. Gentlemen and ladies…
Woman: Ooh, says the man.
Brian: Okay, sorry, I-I… Um, humans in the audience…
Man 2: I identify as a basketball.
Brian: Humans and basketballs…
Man 3: I’m a parrot who mimics words but doesn’t comprehend them.
Brian: Humans, basketballs, talking parrots, and-and whatever else is out there…
Woman 2:”Whatever”? It’s whoever.
Woman 3: Actually, it’s whomever.
Woman 2: No one likes you, Mary.
Brian: All right, all right, just-just calm down, okay?
Woman 4: Now you’re tone policing us!
Man 4: That makes me uncomfortable. Anything that makes me uncomfortable in 2017 should be illegal.
The ridiculousness of the social justice crowd finally causes Brain to break.
“You know what? F**k you. I’m not a racist, all right? I just told a bad joke,” says Brian. “There’s a huge difference. But nobody on the Internet ever takes the time to ask themselves, “Is this worth freaking out over?” Or, “Are there bigger problems in the world than this tweet?” Well, I assure you, there are. And just for the record, I love black people. I watch tons of black porn. So, what do you all want from me, huh? You-you want to ruin my life? Then congratulations. You did it. Everybody hates me. I can’t leave the house without getting harassed. No one will hire me.”
“I can’t turn on my phone without strangers telling me to kill myself or that they’re gonna kill my family,” continued Brian. “Leave me alone! I’m the self-righteous, liberal douchebag, not you! I’ve kissed a transsexual before! How many of you can say that?! Where’s my f**king medal?! I am so far left, I’m spinning in circles, you (bleep). Instead of killing myself, I should kill all of you!”
Hats off to MacFarlane and his crew. It’s not often the left gets mocked so well.