During his live performance, the version of which was filmed on Netflix on Christmas Day, Carr told the crowd: “Let’s talk about the controversial thing, the vaccine. Who wouldn’t take the vaccine because they think it could be dangerous? Hands up.”
Most people wouldn’t let go, but when a few raised their hands, Carr dismissed one person and said, “Now, take that hand and slap yourself in the face.”
Pointing to his own hand, the comic added: “Hear that? That’s the voice of reason, isn’t it? “
He continued: “The spread of Covid is directly related to population density. And some populations are actually quite dense. “
Earlier this year, before the easing of the lockdown, Carr Says He’s “Probably Canceled” when he returned to performing live.
Above The Jonathan Ross Show, He said: “I thought maybe I would be cancelled, I would be a little giddy and over-excited. I’m a hand dipped in it now. “
Carr has been criticized many times over the years for his controversial jokes that mocked people with Down Syndrome, amputee veterans and people with dwarfism.
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