One thing is certain: The election of Donald Trump has ruined comedy for at least the next 4 years.
Leftists dominate the entertainment industry, making it nearly impossible for an open conservative to be a part of. This is especially true for the world of stand-up comedy.
Unfortunately, the writers and actual comedians are almost exclusively leftists, and their hatred for all things conservatives seeps into the shows they write for and the performances they give.
It makes television nigh-on unwatchable. It really does.
However, there are a select few comedians that are both successful and openly opposed to the Left; they’re the guys from the infamous Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which of course includes the legendary Jeff Foxworthy.
As reported at Yes I’m Right, Foxworthy is one of the most successful comedians of all time, and he’s also a conservative.
He’s family friendly and apolitical most of the time but with all the liberal insanity these days, Foxworthy has added in a few political pieces into his routine.
It takes place on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, where Foxworthy, joined by Bill Engvall, Larry The Cable Guy, and Ron White, go across the country with their unique brand of American comedy aimed at middle America.
In one segment, the four guys sit an play a game of “I Believe”, where they mention their hilarious observations in life, in which Foxworthy names Hillary Clinton and the crowd erupts into laughter and applause.
When Foxworthy’s turn rolls around he says:
“I believe that if you can’t say something nice about someone, you must be talking about Hillary Clinton.”
To which the crowd erupts into laughter and complete agreement. Simple, yes, but effective.
Foxworthy’s political jokes aren’t filled with malice like the typical liberal comedians, who are doing nothing but venting their honest hatred at people not like them.
But his point is still perfectly made and for once, conservatives have reason to laugh.
Source: Yes I’m Right