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Watch Jerry Seinfeld put DEI advocate to shame in 30 seconds
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Watch Jerry Seinfeld put DEI advocate to shame in 30 seconds

When a certain “asexual white weirdo,” in the words of Dave Rubin, made his way onto Jerry Seinfeld’s show, he was quick to point out the surplus of “white males” on the host’s other talk show, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”

But all it took was 30 seconds and a few quippy sentences for Jerry to put the BuzzFeed interviewer, Peter Lauria, to shame.

“I have noticed that most of the guests are mostly white males. Of 22 episodes …” Lauria began before Jerry cut him off.

“Yeah, let’s get into that,” Seinfeld interjected, as the audience howled with laughter.

“Take a look over here, Peter,” he continued, gesturing to the audience. “What do you see? A lot of whities!”

“But I…” Peter restarted, but he was cut off again.

“Oh, this really pisses me off. People think it’s the census or something. This has got to represent the actual pie chart of America? Who cares?” Jerry fired back. “It’s just funny. Funny is the world that I live in. You’re funny, I’m interested; you’re not funny, I’m not interested.”

“I have no interest in gender or race or anything like that, but everyone else [is] calculating: Is this the exact right mix? ... To me, it’s anti-comedy,” he concluded.

While the conversation was mostly light-hearted and comical, Jerry does make an excellent point about the total rejection of meritocracy in our society.

“Jerry’s answer there is absolutely right,” says Dave, “and we have seen wokeness destroy comedy, which is why there are very few funny movies any more or funny TV shows.”

To watch Jerry Seinfeld effectively silence a virtue-signaling lefty, watch the clip below.

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