Seth MacFarlane Just Shamed All You Motherf*ckers Screaming About Michelle Wolf

Who knew that one of the few voices of reason in this ridiculous “controversy” surrounding Michelle Wolf telling a few jokes about how much Sarah Huckabee Sanders lies would be Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane?

At this point, the more reasonable among us know what Wolf said: that Sarah Huckabee Sanders is a horrible woman who tirelessly works to enforce a male-dominated regime and lies all the time to accomplish her shitty agenda — plus she did a great job with her makeup at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner despite being an ugly person on the inside. This is of course unless you ask Republicans, who are currently mindlessly pushing the narrative that Wolf called Sanders a “fat lesbian,” which is only an insult if you’re a terrible person who views being overweight or a lesbian as a character flaw.

Nevertheless, the world has gone crazy, and the White House Correspondents’ Association has caved to the whining from the Right, promising a friendlier environment for racists, Nazis, white supremacists, xenophobes, and their allies in the future.

McFarlane tweeted one of the most reasonable things that has been said about this situation — that at some point in our history, we started taking standup comedy too seriously.

“Remember the days when a standup act didn’t automatically come with a thousand fucking blogs, think pieces, criticisms, and analyses?” he tweeted. “Christ, the internet sucks.”

The problem is that it’s not the internet. In this case, a strong talented female comedian hurt some precious feelings on the Right and conservatives did what they do best: they threw a massive tantrum until the world was forced to address their terrible and delusional narrative — just like they did after Australian comedian Jim Jeffries focused part of his standup routine on the gun problem in America a few years ago.

But where Wolf is concerned, the issue isn’t just the Right. They’re simply the worst offenders. New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman also falsely accused Wolf of attacking Sanders’ appearance….

…then whined that people focused on that rather than Trump’s horrible speech the same night:

Everyone — and I do mean everyone — ignored the most important thing Wolf said that night: that Flint still doesn’t have clean water.

Our society is doomed.