Entitled Liberal Gets 1st Job Out Of Safe-Space, Until ‘White Male’ Boss Dares To Ask Why She’s 2 Hours Late… [Watch]

Mary Kate Knorr, Young Conservatives

‘The Conservative Millennial’—blogger Allie Stuckey—posted a sidesplitting parody video this week that went quickly viral.

In the video, Stuckey mocks an entitled millennial recent college grad who’s fired from work her first day on the job for negligence.

Check it out (per BizPacReview):

“I just graduated from college last week. Harvard actually. And I started my new job on Monday so obviously on Sunday night I wanted to go out with my friends and celebrate,” she said. “It was a late night, so Monday morning, first thing I rolled in around 10:30.”

This is where it starts to get good:

Things got sticky when her fictitious “white, male,” boss asked her where she had been and why she was late.


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