“Friends” star Jennifer Aniston apparently heeded Oliver Anthony’s call for elites to reverse course and it has liberals enraged

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Leftists have been in control of American culture for a long time.

But some are starting to see the destruction that the beast that’s been created brings.

Now “Friends star Jennifer Aniston has apparently heeded Oliver Anthony’s call for elites to reverse course and it has liberals enraged.

“Friends” star Jennifer Aniston said she’s sick and tired of one thing that’s become a favorite Leftist pastime

Add Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston to the list of celebrities who no longer like cancel culture.

Stars are beginning to see that the “woke” mob comes for everyone.

In a recent interview, Aniston said, “I’m so over cancel culture. I probably just got canceled by saying that. I just don’t understand what it means. Is there no redemption? I don’t know. I don’t put everybody in the Harvey Weinstein basket.”

Aniston is referencing the #MeToo Movement, which ultimately fell apart for various reasons.

On one hand, men were suddenly being “canceled” for things such as awkward dates, as was the case with comedian Aziz Ansari.

Did Oliver Anthony help Anniston recognize that a real cultural shift is underway?

On the other hand, men who were politically important like Joe Biden got a complete pass from the feminists on the Left despite credible accusations of rape.

Aniston’s new feelings about cancel culture could represent a sea change that was crystalized by overnight country music sensation Oliver Anthony.

His megahit song “Rich Men North of Richmond” captured a populist ethos that’s sick and tired of overbearing elitism.

Course correction came shortly after slamming Jamie Foxx on social media

Aniston’s attitude is probably also informed after she recently got lumped in with the “cancel” mob after accusing actor Jamie Foxx of antisemitism.

Foxx wrote on social media, “They killed this dude named Jesus… What do you think they’ll do to you???! #fakefriends #fakelove.”

Foxx was clearly talking about “fake friends,” but it was badly interpreted as slander toward Jewish people.

Aniston wrote on Instagram, “This really makes me sick. I do NOT support any form of antisemitism. And I truly don’t tolerate hate of ANY kind. Period.”

Foxx clarified, “I now know my choice of words has caused offense and I’m sorry. That was never my intent. I was betrayed by a fake friend and that’s what I meant with ‘they’ not anything more.”

Foxx had recently been in the hospital for months after an undisclosed illness, which led people to believe the “fake friend” might’ve been someone who betrayed his confidence and leaked information about his condition.

Whatever the case may be, Aniston’s wake-up call could be a sign that the worst excesses of cancel culture are being ditched on the side of the road.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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