Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston has had a 30-year-career in Tinseltown.
However, her work on the hit sitcom Friends has been under heavy scrutiny.
Now Friends star Aniston made a stunning confession about her hit show.
Radical leftists always attack soft targets.
That’s why they claim American universities, the most leftist places in the country, are hotbeds of white supremacy and misogyny.
They know the liberals will bend the knee and give them whatever they want.
And the hit ‘90s sitcom Friends has become a ripe target.
“Woke” Gen-Z’ers discovered the show on streaming platforms, and quickly found it to be “problematic.”
Co-creator Marta Kauffman, a dyed-in-the-wool liberal, and some of the cast members have apologized for not being retrospectively “woke” enough.
It’s one of the worst things about the leftists; they go back in history and scold others without any sense of history or context.
And Friends star Jennifer Aniston admitted that young viewers today think the show is “offensive” now.
Yesterday’s “progressive” is today’s “fascistic.”
That’s how quickly the radical left moves.
Aniston said in an interview, “There’s a whole generation of people, kids, who are now going back to episodes of ‘Friends’ and find them offensive…There were things that were never intentional and others…well, we should have thought it through, but I don’t think there was a sensitivity like there is now…Comedy has evolved, movies have evolved…Now it’s a little tricky because you have to be very careful, which makes it really hard for comedians, because the beauty of comedy is that we make fun of ourselves, make fun of life.”
“Woke” comedy, insofar as it exists, has been an utter disaster.
Meanwhile, comedians who have leaned into anti-woke content have found big audiences.
Liberal comic Bill Maher confessed that the left’s ideals is where the fertile ground for comedy sits.
Leftists believe in truly ridiculous ideas, making them ripe for mockery.
Aniston added, “You could joke about a bigot and have a laugh. That was hysterical. And it was about educating people on how ridiculous people were, and now we’re not allowed to do that…Everybody needs funny! The world needs humor! We can’t take ourselves too seriously. Especially in the United States. Everyone is far too divided.”
Kauffman has genuflected to the radicals, but it hasn’t bought her much leniency.
She said, “I’ve learned a lot in the last 20 years…Admitting and accepting guilt is not easy. It’s painful looking at yourself in the mirror. I’m embarrassed that I didn’t know better 25 years ago.”
Americans used to be able to share the public square in terms of movies and television, but activists are creating faultlines in those cultural spaces.
Patriotism and religion no longer hold the country together, and now the activists are taking a sledgehammer to entertainment.