July 16, 2018
We all know that feel, brother.
So a few years back, a recording of Hulk Hogan dropped in which he said the word “nigger” and admitted to being racist. Naturally, this led to an immediate backlash, with him being unpersoned.
Among other things, he was removed from the WWE hall of fame.
Normally, such things are final. But we’re entering a new era, and social norms are evolving at a frightening pace – in our favor. Basically, none of Hulk’s fans give a damn about him hating niggers at this point.
So it would makes sense that he be rehabilitated. But in clown-world, things rarely make sense.
This is why this is so incredible.
WWE has reinstated Hulk Hogan into its Hall of Fame – three years after he was removed for making a racial slur.
He’s back! No shirt is safe.
The legendary performer had his WWE contract terminated in 2015, when a video emerged of him using the N-word.
WWE today said: “After a three-year suspension, Hulk Hogan has been reinstated into the WWE Hall of Fame.
This is huge. Hogan is a confirmed racist who hates niggers. In the current year, this should be a ticket to eternal mainstream damnation.
This shouldn’t be something you can apologize your way out of in current year. The times are changing.
If Hulk Hogan can remain a popular figure in spite of his hatred of brown people, then others can as well. This is only possible because of how much the Overton window has shifted over the past few years; calling everyone and their dog a “racist” has robbed the term of most of its power.
“This second chance follows Hogan’s numerous public apologies and volunteering to work with young people, where he is helping them learn from his mistake.
“These efforts led to a recent induction into the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame.”
This is nonsense – as if apologizing and doing good works ever allowed anyone to be rehabilitated after being outed as a racist and faggot hater. The WWE probably received a lot of public pressure, and did some internal polling to calculate whether their fans would support the move.
Hogan, 64, from Augusta, Georgia, took to Twitter after the news broke, following reports he was in Pennsylvania for tonight’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view.
He’s back in the biz.
What is this bugman doing covering wrestling news?
He basically said “watch what you say guys, you never know when you’re being recorded.” That’s the real lesson right there – with all the phones and recording devices around now, the concept of privacy is being eroded away.
But soon, it won’t matter what you’re recorded saying. The time is coming when any man can just shrug off all these accusations of racism, sexism, homophobia or any of that Jew bullshit by saying “oh, that’s locker room talk” with a smile and a wink.