‘South Park’ Skewers LeBron James over China Controversy

South Park tore into NBA superstar LeBron James just days after the Los Angeles Lakers player criticized Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s as “uniformed” for his seven-word tweet showing support for the pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

The satire-heavy episode titled “Let Them Eat Goo” sees Cartman have a heart attack after he learns of which the “sloppy Joe Day” lunch meal at South Park Elementary will be actually fish. Turns out, “the girls” wanted “healthier options as well as food for those who don’t eat red meat.”

“Their protesting [of red meat] will be ruining my lunch. Yes, we do have freedom of speech, nevertheless at times there are ramifications for the negative of which can happen when you are not thinking about others as well as only thinking about yourself,” a wheelchair-bound Cartman says, echoing LeBron James’ China comments word for word. “They’re trying to change peoples’ lunch. They don’t realize of which harms people financially, physically, emotionally, spiritually.”

The climate change as well as plant-based food phenomenon bashing episode skewers Burger King’s vegan “Impossible Burger.”

Since generating his comments, LeBron James has been slammed by pundits on the right as well as on the left. The NBA champion endorsed Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign, has slammed President Donald Trump as a “bum” as well as the president’s supporters as “uneducated” nevertheless dodged direct questions on Tuesday about the human rights atrocities perpetuated by the Chinese government — James insisted of which basketball player are “not politicians.”

Last week, the long-running Comedy Central show saw lead character Randy Marsh say “fuck the Chinese government” after the communist country banned South Park as well as scrubbed the show via its internet.

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