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South Park’s Trey Parker & Matt Stone come out as Republicans to a room full of Hollywood elites!

“No seriously, we’re Republicans” they repeated after the audience became uncomfortably chuckled at the concept of right-wingers among them

Last week Trey Parker and Matt Stone sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry by announcing at an awards ceremony, “we’re republicans.”

The South Park creative powerhouses were receiving a “Freedom” award from People for the American Way and needed to reaffirm in front of the audience of high profile entertainment insiders, “No seriously, we’re republicans,” after the audience became uncomfortably chuckled at the concept of right wingers among them. Larry Elder tweeted about the crowd’s reaction saying:

“Trey Parker & Matt Stone of @SouthPark asked me to introduce them when they received a ‘freedom’ award from Norman Lear’s organization. After they graciously accepted, they said, ‘We’re republicans.’ Nervous laughter. They repeated, ‘No, seriously, we’re republicans.’”


People for the American Way Foundation is an advocacy group for progressive values chaired by television legend Norman Lear from All in the Family and Sanford and Son fame. Lear has a consistent track of advocating for free speech and showcasing politically incorrect programming. However, the PFAW mission statement includes in no uncertain terms it is a “…progressive advocacy organizations founded to fight right-wing extremism…”

Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren has said, “PFAW was created to be an important shield against the very right-wing extremism we’re now up against.”

Either the PFAW was unaware of the South Park creators’ political leanings, or at the age of 95 Lear is too old to care. No topic is safe from Parker and Stone. They have roasted Rosie, Hillary, George W. Bush, Trump, Oprah, Christians, Jews, Mormons, Scientology, New Jersey, Yelp, rednecks, feminists, the Japanese, NAMBLA, J-Lo, Whole Foods and plenty more on their show. They famously got in hot water for making Mohammad a South Park character, and revisiting it after the events of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.

South Park even dedicated one of their best seasons to mocking all modern P.C. culture.

Parker and Stone have both at one time been registered Republicans, but lean more toward the libertarian side of the spectrum. In 2005 Matt Stone said “I hate conservatives, but I really fucking hate liberals.”

Parker once mused, “We used to have a great time going to Hollywood parties and saying ‘I think George Bush is doing a great job.’ We’d clear out the room. I used to love it.”

When a Huffington Post writer asked them in 2010 which group over the years they most pissed off, both reported: “liberals.”

Over the decades South Park has established a brand that seems to push anyone who gets offended by it as un-cool and stuck-up. The show has been wildly successful at pushing boundaries of speech while wrapping it into a broader lesson.

Having survived the politically correct onslaught of hyper-progressive culture for the last 23 years, it seems perhaps one is more deserving of an award for freedom and speech.

Source: dangerous

  • johnparker237

    God bless them both. They might be kidding, but what does it matter? Anything is better than the stale, smug, self-satisfied, corrupt liberal elite that has been circle jerking our society to dystopia for 50 years now.

    • Shaun Taylor

      they are not kidding. why would they be. demofags are the lap dogs of globalists.

      • Guillermo Mendiola

        They were kidding then (17 years ago), and they’d be kidding now if they were asked the same question. They’re Libertarians, who are often confused with Republicans, and Larry Elder often called himself a Republitarian. And remember, Matt and Trey made a show called “That’s My Bush!” which often poked fun at the George W. Bush administration.

        • NCBrian

          and? W may have run on a conservative platform but he was anything but. So what if they made fun of him? Hell, even if he was Milton Friedman or Barry Goldwater reincarnate, making fun of him isn’t probative of much more than the fact he’s easily made fun of. Besides, the Bushes were openly supporting Hillary before the election, get real.

  • http://obbop.wordpress.com/ obbop

    Diversity, multiculturalism and political correctness will destroy the Founders’ creation as surely as an invasion by an unbeatable foe. The difference is we shall destroy ourselves internally.

    • Nicholas Chupka

      They might agree on the third point, but as to the first two, they said they are republicans, not xenophobes. The two SHOULD be different. The constantly skewer those who cannot accept diversity. “They took r jobs!”

      • Brock Bronson

        Xenophobia actually refers to visitors to a new world not being comfortable in their new surroundings it is an Ancient Greek term that originated to describe moslems

  • Anthony Sibilsky

    I am neither Republican or Democrat, however it’s great to see them have the balls to tell they’re truth to a room full of PC He – Bitches. Fuck em all , I say

  • Daniel C Crecca

    Good I always knew they were because I’m the same exact way. I fucking hate anytimeany goes either way to far. Like liberals (sjws) and conservatives (alt-right) I fucking hate them both. I’m glad they can flyfre say this without getting tomatoes thrown at them. I don’t consider myself either Democrat or Republican because I don’t really agree fully enough with either dude on enough things to say for sure yes this is definitely my party. But I just went with Democrat so I can still vote n shit. But I would say when it comes to values in Republican when it comes to freedoms I’m Democrat I wanna be able to smoke a joint while I polish my pistol

    • Brock Bronson

      You are the epitome of a sissy

      • Daniel C Crecca

        If by that you mean just a run of the mill straight dude than yes. If you mean it by the old way I don’t see how I just think everyone is a moron

    • NCBrian

      deep stuff