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Oct 02 2019

Gru from Despicable Me Fired Over Okay Sign

Racism is everywhere, just like the moonbats tell us. You just have to look really, really hard. Someone looked hard enough to get Gru from Despicable Me fired by Universal Orlando Resort for making an okay sign.

An unidentified actor dressed as Gru was posing with a 2- and a 6-year old when he allegedly committed the thought crime:

Their mom, Tiffiney Zinger, told USA Today that she only noticed later that the kids’ movie character was making an upside-down “OK” symbol, which the Anti-Defamation League recently added to its list of hate symbols.

Actually, the 4Chan hoax that the ADL comically fell for is based on the notion that the familiar okay sign resembles the letters W.P. for “white power.” It does not resemble these letters when it is upside down.

Nonetheless, an upside-down okay sign was enough to get a Cubs fan (who was probably playing the Circle Game) banned indefinitely from Wrigley Field.

Good thing Zina Bash doesn’t work for Universal Orlando Resort. She would get fired for inadvertently making an okay sign too.

Screeches Ms Zinger, who is a Person of Politically Preferred Pigmentation:

“We just wanted to take them to see the Minions, do something special for our family, and this person ruined that special warm feeling.”

Now she has the warm special feeling that bullies enjoy after getting someone fired. Universal Orlando Resort grovelingly proclaims that it axed the poor guy in the Gru suit:

“We can’t discuss specifics about this incident, but we can confirm that the actor no longer works here. We remain in contact with the family and will work with them privately to make this right.”

Ka-ching! Sounds like being oppressed by racism will pay off big for Ms Zinger. She already has homes in Colorado and Orlando. After things have been made “right,” maybe she’ll buy another, compliments of other Universal Orlando guests.

On a tip from Sean C.

One Response to “Gru from Despicable Me Fired Over Okay Sign”

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