Adam Sandler may have finally convinced Jennifer Aniston just how dangerous Cancel Culture truly is for American families

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For decades, the Left in America has owned Big Media and most of the celebrities within it. 

But as the Democrat Party has become more and more radicalized, some celebrities are starting to dump out their cups of Kool-Aid. 

And now it seems Adam Sandler may have finally convinced Jennifer Aniston just how dangerous Cancel Culture truly is for American families. 

The Left’s War on Comedy

You know the radical Left’s war on comedy has reached a fever pitch when they consider the very play-it-safe 90’s sitcom Friends to be offensive. 

But that’s exactly where America is in the year 2023. 

Comedians like Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Steven Crowder, Nick Di Paolo, Jim Breuer, and many more have spoken out about the Cancel Culture assault on comedy. 

Even comedy megastar Adam Sandler – who the Wall Street Journal has previously reported is a registered Republican and who supported Rudy Giuliani’s 2008 Presidential campaign – has been critical of Cancel Culture. 

Aniston speaks out on Cancel Culture

And judging by a recent interview from Sandler’s co-star and friend, Jennifer Aniston, his based views might have rubbed off on the star actress. 

“Now it’s a little tricky because you have to be very careful, which makes it really hard for comedians, because the beauty of comedy is that we make fun of ourselves, make fun of life,” Aniston said. “In the past, you could joke about a bigot and have a laugh — that was hysterical. And it was about educating people on how ridiculous people were. And now we’re not allowed to do that.”

Aniston is saddened that her former hit series is now under attack, especially since it was never the show’s intention to offend anyone. 

The woke crowd of so-called “social justice warriors” on social media have been blasting Friends for a lack of “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,” as well as for fat shaming the flash back “fat Monica” character. 

A watch back of the milquetoast program would leave anyone with a rational mind scratching their heads as to how this could possibly be found “problematic” for anything other than a lack of quality. 

“The World Needs Humor”

Aniston added that the new “rules” of comedy need to go. 

“Everybody needs funny! The world needs humor! We can’t take ourselves too seriously,” Aniston concluded. “Especially in the United States. Everyone is far too divided.” 

Aniston and Sandler are set to star together in the upcoming Netflix movie, Murder Mystery 2, a sequel to the 2019 hit that features Sander and Aniston as a married couple of amateur sleuths trying to solve a deadly caper. 

The duo also starred together in the 2011 comedy Just Go With It

The two are reported to have been long-friends, dating back to their early days in Hollywood.  

It appears the normally politically private Aniston is starting to share some of Sandler’s political opinions.  

Who do you agree with about so-called “offensiveness” in comedy?