Non-Woke Comedians

List Of Non-Woke Comedians

As we all know, comedy is an art form that can be used to express opinions, ideas and truths in a way that makes people laugh. But what happens when comedians are not using their craft to say something important? What if they’re just using it to make people laugh because they think it’s funny? These non-woke comedians do just that.

They don’t care about politics or social issues like racism or sexism; they simply want to make people laugh. Here are some examples of non-woke comedians:

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Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld is not a woke comedian. He has never spoken out about any social justice issues, which puts him in the same category as a lot of people who are not in the comedy industry.

His jokes are sometimes political or topical, but he doesn’t tend to use his platform to speak out against racism or social injustice. This can make him seem insensitive at times, which only adds fuel to the fire for those who believe comedians should be woke.

Larry the Cable Guy

Larry the Cable Guy is a comedian who has a redneck character. He does not have political views, but he does make fun of other people. His humor is not woke because it’s mostly about making fun of others and he doesn’t care about politics or social issues.

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Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais is a comedian, and like all comedians, he has a unique perspective on the world.

We live in an era where everyone is trying to be woke. Everyone wants to be part of the conversation about social justice, but when it comes down to it when you’re forced to stand up for what you believe in publicly many people will fall silent. Ricky Gervais won’t do that; he’ll speak his mind no matter what happens next.

Gilbert Gottfried

Gilbert Gottfried is an American comedian and actor. He is known for voicing the parrot Iago in Disney’s Aladdin and Digit in Cyberchase, as well as his trademark laugh. He was also one of the original cast members of Saturday Night Live from 1980-1981 and again from 1985-1986.

He is considered non woke because he made a joke about the tsunami that hit Japan in 2011, saying it was because of all the sushi they eat. he is a part of the alt-right and has had controversial tweets about Jews and Muslims. Gottfried is also known for his jokes about Japanese people and 9/11, which have been considered racist.

Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle is a comedian. He has been since he first appeared on Comedy Central in 2003, with his own half-hour program and then later as the star of his own show, Chappelle’s Show.

However, Dave Chappelle is not woke; instead, he prefers to keep his comedy non-woke. This means that he does not concern himself with the political correctness that plagues modern comedy and instead focuses on telling jokes about dumb people doing dumb things.

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It is important to note that there are many great comedians who are not woke. We have only listed a few here, but there are many others who do not fall into this category. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, but it should give you a good idea of what not being woke looks like.

Also see: SJW vs Woke

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