Piers Morgan Blasts ‘Woke, Virtue Signalling’ ‘Barbie’ Movie Being Based On ‘Demonstrable Lie’



Seems like everyone has an opinion on the ‘Barbie’ movie. Most people seem to have really enjoyed it, but a vocal minority out there claiming that it was massively anti men, way too feminist and way too woke.

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Of course, it was only a matter of time before Piers Morgan got involved on that side of the equation, taking to both his column in The Sun and his show on Talk TV to vent his frustrations at the movie’s feminist agenda. Here’s a clip from his show last night where everyone is completely hysterical, followed by what he wrote in The Sun as well:

Barbie is obsessed with the idea of the patriarchy, a concept that I don’t really understand.

In short: men are evil oppressors, women are unimpeachably perfect victims, and anyone who dares challenge this notion is a disgusting misogynist.

Barbie does nothing to dissuade anyone from this view.

The only solution to this dreadful patriarchal state of affairs is for women to rule the world, and preferably do so on their own without horrible men to ruin both the planet and them.

The movie rams this message down the throats’ of viewers and all of the Barbies featured in the movies tick every possible woke virtue-signalling box.

Ken isn’t much better either, as he embraces the patriarchy with breathless bro enthusiasm and becomes an entitled, arrogant, macho doofus.

The actual real world is chock full of confident, high-achieving women who would laugh at such a derisory mischaracterisation of their status in life and so the movie doesn’t accurately portray the real world.

The movie is based on a demonstrable lie with Alpha male Will Ferrell running Mattel as opposed to the true leader of the toy company Ruth Handler – the ‘woke world rarely lets facts get in the way of a good whine.

The bottom line is this: if I made a movie mocking women as useless dunderheads, constantly attacking the matriarchy, and depicting all things feminist as toxic bulls**t, I wouldn’t just be cancelled, I’d be executed.

Wow, tell us how you really feel hey there Piers. To be honest, there’s probably some valid points in his argument but he’s pretty much doing what he’s accusing the ‘Barbie’ movie of doing here by being completely over the top with them and ramming his point down our throats as well. There’s no way the bell end would ever be executed over anything he did is there? I know it’s called hyperbole, but it seems like a dumb thing to say when he’s accusing the ‘Barbie’ move of doing the exact same thing. Grow up pal.

As for Barbie, I guess go see it and make your own mind up as to whether it’s too woke or pro feminist or whatever. Sure everyone will be listening to you when you go on a major rant about it.

For more of the same, check out when Piers Morgan faced a massive backlash for making jokes about Madonna’s face. When does he not?



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