New 'Beavis & Butt-Head' Movie Shreds 'Woke' Culture
Animated due get taught about 'white privilege' by leftist hypocrites
The new "Beavis and Butt-Head" movie shreds "woke" culture and leftist hypocrisy, according to a newly released trailer.
The iconic, dim-witted animated teen duo from the 1990s is back with a brand-new movie after a long break.
In the hit TV series, the two dropouts were in high school, but now they've graduated, only in a manner of speaking, to university.
They've also moved on from doing "America" to taking on a much larger vista.
In their coming new film, "Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe," they destroy "woke" culture.
In one clip, they take aim at the Left's favorite boogyman; "white privilege."
The new movie portrays Beavis and Butt-Head transported through time — and unfortunately, that means present-day America, where every utterance is policed and every non-woke action is punished.
Not exactly the best spot for these two.
But do they care? Not even a little bit.
Time magazine notes one scene in which the pair "wander into a modern-day gender studies class, and though the teacher at first praises them for using the word 'slut' in a sex-positive way, they cluelessly push their luck in the horndog department, attracting the ire of both instructor and students."
“This is a classic example of white privilege, and you both have it,” the instructor informs the boys.
Of course, the 1990s were devoid of such woke terms, and Beavis and Butt-Head have no idea what it means.
But don't worry, the insufferable left-wing students clue them in.
"So, white privilege is when white people, particularly men, automatically assume they can take whatever they want," one student informs the fellas.
"And they never have to worry about getting stopped by the police," another student chimes in.
"And they have the inside track for any job —" a black female student attempts to say — before a very woke white male interrupts her, placing his hands in front of her face as he finishes her thought: "They have the inside track for any job they want."
The white instructor then cluelessly praises the white male after he steals the moment from the annoyed woman of color — a delightfully untoward look for woke culture.
With that, Beavis and Butt-Head are sold: "You've really opened up my eyes," Butt-Head confesses.
The instructor asks them, "Do you think you'll be acting differently from now on?"
Butt-Head replies, "Uh ... I guarantee it," while Beavis exclaims, "Yeah, me too, yeah, heh-heh."
Of course, what that means to the gender studies class and what that means to the fellas are two different things — and they proceed to carry out the worst kind of behavior the left ascribes to non-adherents (e.g., butting in line, stealing other students' food, ripping off merchandise from a bookstore).
"This is what we were taught, sir," Butt-Head tells a befuddled group.
"We're subverting existing paradigms," Beavis says in a surprising scholarly moment.
Finally, the lads find themselves face to face with an unoccupied police car they realize is theirs for the taking — after all, "white privilege" affords them such amoral luxuries with no concern that cops will do anything to them.
Of course, that's not what happens after Butt-Head floors the cruiser backward into a pole.
Still, they insist to the officers — who've drawn their guns on the perpetually amused kids — that they're allowed such privilege due to their skin color.
Beavis and Butthead discover white privilege:— Zach Vorhies (@Perpetualmaniac) June 27, 2022
Oh, and Stephanie Zacharek, the writer from Time, agrees that Beavis and Butt-Head are "still funny.
"It’s we who have gotten less funny, both more cautious about laughing at things we shouldn’t and more demanding that our humor come with a side order of redeeming intelligence.
"No wonder we’re miserable."