You've gotta laugh: Lambert

December 17, 2018

The Conservative Party South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert says he's sick and tired of constantly being told what he can and can't say - or tell jokes about.

In recent years comedians such as John Cleese, Rowan Atkinson and Mel Brooks have lamented the impact of political correctness on modern comedy.

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Rikki says the pressure from the politically correct brigade and the lefty virtue signallers is stopping Australians from speaking their minds for fear of being branded racist, sexist, 'homophobic', 'Islamophobic' or worse.

He says even Australian humour is changing due to offence-driven leftist activists.

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