Thank God Thursday night is the last night of the Democrat convention.
Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Socialist Andrew Yang attempted a short comedy skit to kick off the Democrat convention.
It was a total flop.
The duo made fun of Vice President Mike Pence’s name.
No wonder why hardly anyone is watching this dumpster fire.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus isn’t here for comedians who say PC culture is killing comedy.
The “Veep” star and recipient of the 2018 Mark Twain Award for Comedy made clear to Vogue on Thursday that she doesn’t sympathize with the complaints of comedians — such as, say, her former co-star Jerry Seinfeld — that political correctness is holding them back from doing their work.
“When it comes to being ‘politically correct’ for me, that’s a red flag word because ultimately, for me — and this is my opinion — that’s born out of ultimately being kind,” the multiple Emmy winner explained. “So for me, ‘politically correct’ means, you know, be a human being, be mindful of being kind. And it doesn’t mean you can’t satirize. And it doesn’t mean that you can’t take snark to DEFCON 5. But I think you and I both know that there’s a difference. And I do believe that when people talk about, Oh, I have to be so politically correct here, that’s a buzzword for something else that I don’t subscribe to anyway.”