Possibly one of the most controversial members of the assorted band of crazies, maniacs, and weirdoes we associate with on Asked with Riv & Landin is Krispin Wah, the one guy who can handle the position of 3rd chair on the show, often offering poor taste jokes and comments randomly throughout the program. Equally as controversial is his Twitter account where the Crippler isn’t afraid to piss a few people off.
Recently Krispin has taken to insulting a variety of AJ Lee fans, many of whom were infuriated at the recent parody of AJ Lee Mercedes Justine performed on a previous episode of the show. Typically AJ fans aren’t impressionable girls who look up to AJ Lee as a role model but fat sweaty creepy guys who have probably never been within 50 feet of a woman due to something called a “restraining order.”
In Krispin’s many travels he found one of the worst of the worst – a guy dressed exactly like the WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee:
This led to a few comments and controversial tweets where Krispin was attacked for his views on cross-dressing, transgendered people and his beliefs.
People were outraged, offended and infuriated and unfollowed Krispin en masse, which is sort of hilarious considering they were following a parody account of a dead wrestler-turned-murderer in the first place, even though Krispin clearly stated he has no problem with homosexuality.
If there’s one thing people seem highly intolerant of, it’s the fact that anyone doesn’t agree with the ideas and morals imposed on us by the LGBT community (or as Johnny Landin refers to them: “The BLT Community”).
I wish they were actually the BLT community. I’d rather listen to the need for more rights for the mighty Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato than listen to a bunch of propaganda that involves telling people that they’re evil if they have an opinion. This led to a pretty in-depth discussion on Asked with Riv & Landin (and Krispin) about transgender roles, and even talk about a controversial new law in California. Unlike most shows, Riv, Landin and Krispin aren’t afraid to say something that the media, or interest groups may not agree with. We’re not afraid to say “hey wait-a-minute, this isn’t right.” It doesn’t make us homophobes or hate-mongers, it just means we simply DO NOT AGREE. And that is our right. That is the right given by the First Amendment of the constitution, our forefathers declared it a basic right of Man, and that is pretty much it. Below are our thoughts about the entire scenario, and they are sure to ruffle a few feathers so if you’re easily sensitive or overbearingly liberal, you have been warned:
Now for those of you that aren’t butt-hurt by everything, you should go on over to TapOrDieTees.com and pick up a Krispin Wah t-shirt.