“No Democratic contender can win without seeking the support of college students.”
Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog is no stranger to controversy. Since 1997, Triumph, a cigar-puffing Yugoslavian Mountain Hound has shocked and humored audiences with his unabashed attacks on all things, from celebrities to Star Wars to politics.
Now that we’re in the midst of a presidential election year, Triumph is on the road again and hoping to insult as many people as possible. His latest victims? A group of college students from the University of New Hampshire, right in time for the New Hampshire primary earlier this week.
This is the least PC interview you’ll ever see.
Famous for its “bias-free language guide,” which helps to keep students and faculty as PC as possible, the University of New Hampshire was a perfect target for Triumph.
He refers to the university’s students as “in search of a safe place inside a safety school.”
Sitting down with a mix of students, Triumph immediately begins to attack the school’s emphasis on being politically correct, which includes not using trigger labels like “freshman” or “poor.”
Needless to say, Triumph finds a way to ridicule the caution and sensitivity the students try and observe around each other. He also labels them with some pretty hilarious name tags…