Three Years After His Death, Robin Williams' Stance on Leftist Hypocrisy is Still Relevant
When the world lost comedy savant and movie star Robin Williams, hundreds of thousands of fans took to the internet to remember his work. From children's movies to wildly raunchy adult stand-up, there will never be another comedian quite like Robin Williams.
Three years after his death, we can still look back at a stand-up bit Williams did in which he brilliantly roasts Islamic terrorism and the hypocrisy of political correctness:
The clip, which was taken from Williams' HBO Special "Live on Broadway," shows the star tearing apart the ridiculous belief that by terrorizing and killing the 'infidels,' jihadis would be rewarded with virgins in heaven:
While the terrorist-bashing is uproariously received, when Williams makes a follow-up joke about minority taxi-drivers, the laughter dies down slightly.
Without missing a beat, Williams immediately calls the audience on their reaction, pointing out the hypocrisy of wrinkling their noses at taxi jokes but laughing at Islamic-extremists getting beat up.
Following Williams' 2014 death by suicide, jihadis took to twitter to celebrate, demonstrating un-ironically that the religion of "peace" is anything but.
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