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Hollywood actor and thinker of thoughts, Zac Efron, who plays Ted Bundy in the Netflix film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” claims ‘white privilege’ is what allowed the notorious serial killer to get away with his crimes for so long.

The fine journalists of Fox News caught up with Efron at the Tribeca Film Festival red carpet where he discussed he offered up his buzzword-filled and ‘acceptable to liberals’ assessment of Bundy:

“Ted Bundy is a vile, vile human being. There is no part of this at all… I can’t express how much I loathe the man that this movie is about,” he said. “The fact is that this movie really happened. The fact is that the whole world, literally, all the media, everybody, was capable of believing that this guy was innocent. Talk about white privilege, talk about white… whatever. Every major topic in this movie is bent on showing you how evil this person is.”

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Efron’s remarks were a repeat of similar comments he made during an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show.

“Ted Bundy was a clean-cut white dude who just did not seem ‘white person.’ So, talk about white privilege,” Efron said. “What he got away with back then, nobody would be able to do today. It’s a moment in time that came and passed and it’s truly scary, but it does not glamorize the killing. This is an important thing for me.”

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“So there you go. Zac Efron says it was all about Ted Bundy’s ‘white privilege.’”


“Or maybe it was just about his ‘handsome privilege.’”


“Well, and he was also so ‘white collar’ that you wouldn’t immediately expect him to be a serial killer. He was a law student.”

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