NY Post Video Site ➠ ‘Indiana Is A Great Place To Be A Bigot!’

NY Post Video Site ➠ 'Indiana Is A Great Place To Be A Bigot!'


NY Post Video Site: “Indiana Is A Great Place To Be A Bigot!”…

I almost didn’t want to post the video as to not give it even one extra view, but the absurdity of the Indiana bashing needs to be chronicled…

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LH2FVxrj4k]

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The super clever description under the video on YouTube reads, “If you love covered bridges and discriminating, book your trip to Indiana today.”

They’re so cool…

Via Newsbusters:

A new digital short is blasting Indiana as a state full of bigots. In the style of a tourism ad, the parody shows images of all things Indiana is famous for, from it’s “world class cities” to it’s NFL team to the Indianapolis 500. The narrator’s voice croons, “That hoosier hospitality makes everyone welcome — especially, bigots! Whether you’re a family of bigots, a couple of bigots or just an individual bigot” the ad claims, you can “shame and humiliate people who are different from you to your heart’s content.” The ad cites the newly-signed bill, “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” as the reason bigots live in Indiana.


This ad isn’t just from a random Youtube user. The parody comes from “Internet Action Force” (IAF), a new digital shorts website launched by the New York Post. According to local news site Capital New York, IAF is run by a gamut of writers and comedians from left-leaning outlets such as Comedy Central, Conan O’ Brien’s TeamCoco.com, and Funny or Die. Senior Editor Nick Poppy even worked as a digital video editor for ABC News previously.

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