So Woke They Can’t Even Take a Group Photo

Wokeism is a sickness which has plagued the world for far too long, and this parody video is perhaps the best example of just how out of control that woke culture has become.

In the video, a group of friends ask a stranger to capture a photo of them but the group’s wokeness constantly gets in their way, rendering them completely incapable of accomplishing such a simple task.

After every word out of his mouth seems to offend them, the man eventually grows sick and tired of their B.S. and just snaps a picture.

While this video is intended to be a parody, it’s sad just how close to reality it has become in today’s society where the left wants you to be constantly afraid of offending someone with every action you take.

 

The cancer that is wokeness has been around for some time now and it’s been made much worse by the corporate interests who have seized every single woke trend as an opportunity to market to different subsets of the population and sell to people who don’t even realize they’re being sold to.

Wokeism has brought on a dangerous regression of society and impacted nearly every aspect of our lives to the point where there’s no escaping it.

To see this hilarious, yet spot-on parody of how wokeism is ruining the world, watch the video here.


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