How microaggressions are like mosquito bites
If you haven’t watched Jesse Watters’ spectacularly racist (and seriously unfunny) segment earlier this week on Bill O’Reilly’s show, don’t. Following Trump’s comments about China at the first presidential debate, Watters went to New York’s Chinatown to get man on the street reactions. What followed was a string of offensive Asian stereotypes, with a particular lowlight of mocking people who don’t speak English and, thus, didn’t know what the hell Watters was saying when he stuck a microphone in their face.
Which is why we brought in Jenny Yang, actual funny person, to flip the script. She hits Beverly Hills to gain some crucial insight into the minds of white voters, asking the important questions like, “Should white people apologize for Donald Trump making them look bad?” and “Do you play ultimate frisbee?”
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