“South Park” takes on the white nationalist movement and the events that happened in Charlottesville, Va. in the first episode of season 21.
“Protestors armed with tiki torches and Confederate flags take to the streets of South Park; Randy comes to grips with what it means to be white in today’s society,” the description about the episode read, according to The Hollywood Reporter. (RELATED: ‘South Park’ Mocks Black Lives Matter, Colin Kaepernick In Season Opener)
“The season premiere of #SouthPark ‘White People Renovating Houses’ premieres this Wednesday at 10p/9c on @ComedyCentral,” South Park’s official Twitter account read.
— South Park (@SouthPark) September 11, 2017
In the clip, protesters march in the streets of South Park carrying signs that read, “You took our jobs” as they chant, “You will not replace us.”
The creators of the series, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, have already said that they won’t be focusing on President Donald Trump this season after last season centered around the election of a character with similar characteristics as Trump.
“South Park” will air September 13 on Comedy Central.