Comedian Ricky Gervais openly mocked celebrities who participated in a self-serving anti-racism PSA that is more about making those celebs look sensitive than racism. Gervais obliterates celebrities.

The PSA (seen below) will actually make you feel physically uncomfortable watching it as Hollywood’s best and brightest put their fake white guilt on display for the world to see that they are “good people.”

The two-minute video features celebrities vowing to “take responsibility” for a host of things they feel have contributed to racism in America.

“Every not-so-funny joke, every unfair stereotype,” actor Justin Theroux laments.

But what if it’s a funny joke? Racially-charged jokes are going to be eliminated. There goes the career of Chris Rock. Start burning tapes of Richard Pryor.

Kristin Bell vowed to take responsibility “for every time it was easier to ignore it than to call it out for what it was.” Is she talking about her film Movie 43 that received two worst movie awards?

This is the PSA:

What is perhaps most startling about the PSA is a complete lack of insincerity coming off the screen. These sheltered Hollywood liberals are clearly acting as they deliver their pre-written lines.

That is their job. But a good job of acting doesn’t seem like acting.

“Black people are being slaughtered in the streets, killed in their own homes,” the video conveys. “These are our brothers and sisters, our friends, our family. We are done watching them die. We are no longer bystanders. We will not be idle. Enough is enough.”

There is something else about this video besides the lousy acting that really makes it stand out,

Gervais points it out—eviscerating his virtue signaling colleagues in just seven words.

“Terrible lack of diversity in this video.”

Leave it to a bunch of white, out-of-touch, wealthy people to make the Black Lives Matter issue all about how super-serious they are about changing their ways.

Dear Hollywood – Nobody gives a rip about your views on anything other than what person you’re going to pretend to be in your next movie.

Gervais has addressed this before, ripping celebrities for being desperate for attention during the coronavirus quarantine.

“I’ve got nothing against anyone being a celebrity or being famous,” the comedian stated in a New York Times interview. “I think that people are just a bit tired of being lectured to.

Now celebrities think: ‘The general public needs to see my face. They can’t get to the cinema — I need to do something,’” Gervais continued. “And it’s when you look into their eyes, you know that, even if they’re doing something good, they’re sort of thinking, ‘I could weep at what a good person I am.’ Oh dear.”

Gervais has also taken aim at Antifa domestic terrorists – the same group of people who have taken over riots recently, the same group of people numerous celebrities have promised to bail out of jail.

“Whatever side you’re on politically, ‘left’ or ‘right’, you don’t need violent factions joining you or representing you,” Gervais tweeted roughly one year ago. “They bring your cause into disrepute. They don’t even care about your cause, they’re just in it for the violence. Denounce them.”

Instead, Hollywood glorifies them while pretending they want to unite the country. But they are way too out of touch to understand what is happening.

Most of this post was first seen at Mental Recession