Twitter Collects ‘Shrek’ Writer By The Mullet After Comparing Anti-Vax To N-Word

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One can assume that at 58 years of age that Hollywood screenwriter Terry Rossio is aware of that the n-word is an offensive slur that most likely has no comparative time period. That didn’t cease the person who introduced Shrek to life to film screens from spelling out the slur with the exhausting “er” by likening the phrase to the time period “anti-vax.”

In a tweet that’s nonetheless lively as of at this time (Nov. 24), Rossio posted the next early Friday (Nov. 23) morning:

My coronary heart goes out to all of the dad and mom of vaccine broken youngsters, who must not solely endure the disappointment of their loss, but additionally the vitriol of ill-informed and insensitive individuals (comparable to these right here). Anti-Vax is equal to calling somebody a n*gger and makes as little sense.

Now that you just’ve let that idiocy set in for a bit, the truth that Rossio doubled down on utilizing the slur and attempting to “whitesplain” his reasoning for making the false comparability solely compounded issues.

“Do you understand that you’re utilizing the equal of the ‘n-word’ in selling memes that tag individuals as ‘anti-vax?’ Do you understand that the identical collectivist stereotyping lies behind belittling any group with a label? Do you haven’t any emotions for vaccine broken youngsters and fogeys?” Rossio stated in a tweet string.

Twitter is making mincemeat of the mullet-coiffed Terry Rossio and we’ve collected one of the best responses beneath.

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