Charlie Hebdo Magazine releases magazine cover depicting the Queen kneeling on Meghan ‘s neck: GRAPHIC CONTENT

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WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT IS INSIDE OF THIS ARTICLE

A certainly offensive magazine cover from none other than Charlie Hebdo magazine has made its way halfway around the world and back in a matter of hours. Over the weekend, the controversial magazine known for its offensive cartoons released the cover though we have to warn you it is offensive and grotesque.

The image depicts Queen Elizabeth II kneeling on the neck of Meghan in a jab at the murder of George Floyd by white police officer Derek Chauvin. Chauvin is currently standing trial for the murder while said trial is undergoing a jury selection process.

It is unclear what possessed Hebdo to release or even consider this image which has widely been panned as unbelievably racist. Charlie Hebdo was attacked in the past for its equally racist and offensive cartoons about Allah a while back in case most forgot.


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