Really That Stupid: Walking Dead Shirt Prompts ‘Racism’ Boycott

These morons get offended over ANYTHING. They even got stores to stop carrying this shirt.

Everything is about race these days. And everything is about racial outrage. Every day, all the time.

Why was it ‘racist’? Because it referenced a nursery rhyme that has sometimes been connected with the N-bomb.

They somehow know NOTHING about the single most anticipated episode of one of the most watched TV shows EVER.

Does the name ‘Negan’ ring a bell? It will.

He was the sadistic badass villain with the swagger and the black leather jacket in Walking Dead. He had the good guys surrounded, captured and on their knees.

Somebody was going to have their head pounded flat by Lucille — his trademark barbwire-wrapped baseball bat.

Did we mention he’s a Sadist?

In drawing out the moment to the maximum point of fear and powerlessness, he walked the circle, taunting them. Holding out the bat just above their heads…

While the children’s rhyme making it even more chilling.

Here’s the clip:

By the way — for all the hoopla, you’ll notice he said ‘tiger’.

Fans of the show weren’t putting up with the Bullsh-t.

They wanted the shirts back on the shelves. Becuase the demands were bogus.

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