WATCH: Sarah Silverman says she doesn't want to be associated with 'elitist' Democrats anymore

"You know, for something called 'progressive', it allows for zero progress."


Famous comedian, actress, writer and singer Sarah Silverman put up a very emotional video on Instagram on Friday, criticizing the Democratic party and saying she feels she doesn't belong anymore.

Said Silverman in the video:

"It's the absolutist-ness of the party I am in that is such a turnoff to me. It's so f**king elitist. You know, for something called 'progressive', it allows for zero progress."

"It's all or nothing, no 'steps toward'. All or  f**king nothing. Again, righteousness porn."

"And I've been thinking about this a lot, just in general, I just, I don't know that I want to be associated with any party. I really, I think I don't want to be associated with any party anymore."

"It just, it comes with too much baggage. Every party, it comes with so much fucking baggage that no ideas can be taken at face value. And, without ideas, what are we? Without a common truth, how can we talk about it?"

"You know, Republicans might hear an idea that they would totally agree with, but, if it comes from AOC, then they hate it. And of course, you know, to be honest, when I hear an idea that comes from a Republican, it's suspect to me."

"We all put too much s**t on this stuff. We are no longer able to be a nation of ideas."


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