Next on the Cancel Train: Pepe Le Pew

By Ken Levine: Pepe Le Pew

Oh, hell. I was going to save this for tomorrow; but maybe I wasn’t the only one who didn’t expect such a quick answer to “Who’s going to be the next target of Cancel Culture?”

It’s… Pepe Le Pew! (

*Sigh* Some schmendrick of a New York Times writer thinks the romantic silly skunk in the old Loony Tunes cartoons has been “normalizing rape culture”–actually, he acts kind of like Joe Biden–and he’s also Racist, somehow. “Racism must be exorcised from culture,” proclaims this NYT diddler.

The only fun liberals know how to have is spoiling other people’s fun.

Do you ever get the impression that they just want to cancel everything? Does anybody real actually want to live in their woke dystopia?

Let’s see how long this lasts.

12 comments on “Next on the Cancel Train: Pepe Le Pew

  1. I just consider them the same as their comic book characters. The kids used to watch this stuff, but I was
    too busy reading to know what it was about. I don’t know what these “people” are about, either, and I couldn’t care less.

  2. These are not normal healthy people. I can only imagine their personal lives must be miserable.

  3. Besides, look at the color mix on that skunk — is it black on white, or white on black? I guarantee either way can be considered racist. But then again, it could also be considered racist to be all black (stereotype!) or all white (white supremacy!) as well.

    No matter. As Lavrenti Beria once said, “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime.” Oops, he should have specified “WHITE man,” and yet that would still have been speciesist. Or maybe misogynistic. Or transphobic. Or something. Oh, well. It gets harder and harder to keep up with woke.

  4. No more Porky the Pig because he studders. No more Roadrunner, he is too violent – but wait, aren’t the Hollywood action movies violent, and doesn’t Elton John studder in Benny & the Jetts? I am glad I am in the body of Christ because Christians like to laugh and be joyous.

    1. They actually edited the old Looney Tunes cartoons to take the gun away from Elmer Fudd and edit in a scythe or sickle instead. Frankly, I think those are a lot scarier than the gun. But guns are eeeeevil.

    2. How is he supposed to go duck or rabbit-hunting with a sickle? And if he packs a scythe… well, we all know whom that’s a symbol of.

    3. He swings the sickle around in wide sweeps. Frankly, I find it horrifying, like something out of a slasher film.

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