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Amy Schumer: Alt-right Internet trolls behind Netflix special bad reviews

 

Amy Schumer urges people really love her new Netflix special and receivables alt-right Internet trolls are the ones who are responsible for the bad buzz.

Schumer is “The Doctrine of Special” debuted last week on Netflix, and the streaming service of the subscribers begin to look less-than-stellar reviews are pouring in.

But the stand-up comedian said this reviews not, because of its special sub-par. She says that the poor reception is a result of a concerted online campaign of the alt-right.

“The alt-right organized trolls attack everything I do,” she says in a long Instagram post. “They organize to get my ratings down.”

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Schumer also slammed “the ‘journalists’ who report on trolling activities if the news is” to add that this is what the current government wants.”

The 35-year-old said the alt-right is organized similar protests against her book, TV-series and movies.

“I want to thank them,” she said of the trolls. “It reminds me of what I’m trying to say is effective and bring more interest to my work and their obsession with me to keep me on the leg.”

Schumer also addressed reports that they have stolen jokes from other comedians for her new Netflix special.

“Call me a thief and I will continue to rise and to fight and to lead,” she stated. “I know who I am.”

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Schumer is not the bad reviews that they received from TV critics, including an LA Times review that said the special was over-the-top when it came to R-rated content Schumer is known.

“‘The Doctrine’ not only is based on… explicit themes, but kicks it all up a notch so that there is more of it — with more frequency and the extremities. And as it turns out, that’s not a good thing.”

Newsday TV critic gave a similar message, give the special a C grade, writing that it is “too much” and “too.”

The Detroit News was a little more charitable, calling the special “funny, but predictable.”

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