Comedian Marc Maron says he has grown to see cancel culture as a good thing, and those who want to express provocative ideas without losing their livelihoods are “right-wing fascists.”
On the Nov. 11 WTF with Marc Maron podcast, the veteran comic and now-mainstream actor attacked those who stand up for free speech, as first noted by former Breitbart entertainment editor Christian Toto. The timing of the episode seems to be in response to the controversy over Dave Chappelle‘s latest Netflix special, The Closer. Maron has also cashed checks from Netflix as a supporting player in GLOW.
Using very convoluted reasoning, Maron said that while he supports a comedian’s right to joke about society, modern cancel culture is good because it eliminates hate.
“Anti-progressive, anti-woke comedy… plays