Justin Roiland, the voice behind the title characters of Rick and Morty on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, tweeted in April 2017 a photo of a pantsless Barron Trump with his father in a disturbing comic strip.
Take a look at the now-deleted tweet:
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The image shared by Roiland features Barron looking through Virtual Reality (VR) goggles, while his father, Homer Simpson, and Peter from Family Guy look on.
The illustration appears to have been signed by Jim Davis, but most believe Roiland added that on his own and the Garfield cartoonist had nothing at all to do with the drawing.
The tweet remained on Roiland’s account for the better part of year, only recently having been removed.
Something must be in the water for the Rick and Morty staff, because this is not an isolated incident.
Co-creator Dan Harmon recently published a video making light of child rape.
After the video went viral, Harmon removed the video and deleted his Twitter account.
In virtually all of these cases, liberals try to explain these disturbing posts away as being meant to be a joke.
James Gunn, the director of the Guardians of the Galaxy, just lost his job over similar tweets.
He too claimed he was using them as outrageous jokes — that was, apparently, his “thing.”
But apologies from these disgusting individuals are meaningless.
There is very clearly a horrific problem in liberal Hollywood.
And since Roiland hasn’t been fired, we can only assume that the liberal elites aren’t even concerned about it.