We love Jerry Seinfeld; he is a very funny man, but sometimes his humor can get him into trouble. Remember recently when the mega-star mentioned to nightly news anchor Brian Williams that he might have autism?
“I think, on a very drawn-out scale, I think I’m on the spectrum.”
Well, Jerry took a lot of bows and arrows for that one, especially from those whose loved ones really struggle with the challenges of the brain disorder.
Now Jerry is back at it again, trying to make another social comment, this time on politically correct college students who, as Jerry puts it aptly, “Don’t know what the f..k they’re talking about.”
The comedian, in other words, is shying away from bringing his classic funny lines to college campuses now, because “College kids are way too pc these days.”
Jerry made these remarks in an interview with ESPN’s Colin Cowherd. According to WNDPolitics.com, Jerry mentioned a conversation his wife had with their 14-year-old daughter Sascha suggesting the teen start hanging around New York City more in a couple of years, so that she can see boys.”
According to Kevin Seawright, that didn’t sit too well with Sascha, who responded that the remark was sexist.
Jerry added, “They just want to use these words: ‘That’s racist;’ ‘That’s sexist;’ ‘That’s prejudice.’ They don’t know what the f–k they’re talking about.”