Comedian Bill Burr was accused Monday of being racist because he married a black woman.
Burr was in the news after he appeared at the Grammy awards to present an award for Best Tropical Latin Album, and joked that “feminists are, like, going nuts” asking “Why is the cis-white male doing all this Latino stuff?”
Which is exactly what they did, with many also accusing Burr of being racist for admitting he couldn’t pronounce the name of the winning artist.
But some took it even further.
Clayburn Griffin, who appears to be an out and out leftist, but strangely also seems to be a failed Republican politician, suggested that Burr married actress Nia Hill, a black woman, in order to “own a minority sex servant.”
Griffin wrote “While I’m not suggesting Bill Burr is a racist, a white man having a non-white wife can sometimes be a sign of racism.”
He added, “So you shouldn’t assume someone isn’t racist just because they own a minority sex servant. They may very well have one because they’re racist.”
While the majority pointed out how utterly moronic (and really racist) this sounds, others agreed with Griffin:
Nia Hill herself eventually entered the fray, and promptly shut down the crazy:
The guy should have left it there, but he carried on…
Burr’s appearance at the Grammys was a somewhat bizarre decision, perhaps an attempt by someone to offset the mix of uber-woke nonsense and pornographic trash with some politically incorrect comedy.
The first thing Burr said when he appeared was that he felt like killing himself, and noted “I bought a suit for this. I thought I was going to be on TV. I’m such a moron. I’m losing so much money.”
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