Move over, Pajama Boy.

MTV has come up with something even lamer than Pajama Boy, the epicene character who was supposed to ruin the holidays by pushing ObamaCare: the ratings-challenged network has put out a video with "2017 resolutions for white guys."

Here is the video and the Daily Caller's transcript:

 “There’s a few things we think you could do a little bit better in 2017,” says one participant says.

“First off, try to recognize that America was never ‘great’ for anyone who wasn’t a white guy,” says another.

"Can we all just agree that ‘black lives matter’ isn’t the opposite of all lives matter? Black lives just matter, there’s no need to over complicate it,” says one woman. “Also, ‘blue lives matter isn’t a thing,” says another man.

“We all love Beyoncé,” a participant says, “And yeah, she’s black, so of course she cares about black issues. I’m talking to you, Fox News.” A woman responds, “Feel free to talk Kanye West, though. You guys can have him.”

The last is an allusion to West's having met with President-elect Donald Trump.

Noting that the video is a possible 2020 campaign ad for Trump, Hot Air goes on to say:

I wrote a few days ago that I dislike the term “virtue-signaling” but what else is this strange little PSA except that? It’s an attempt to equate right-thinking with cheerful, casual contempt for “white guys.” That’s the most annoying thing about it — it doesn’t even muster real indignation. It’s tribal pageantry of the laziest sort.

Maybe we’ve got cause and effect wrong, though. This isn’t an ad for Trump, it’s a reaction to Trump. Republicans might take the White House and Congress and the Supreme Court and many, many state legislatures and governorships, but they’ll never take the young woke liberal’s freedom to feebly mock the Real Enemy. This garbage network should air nothing but “Catfish” episodes. (Great show, really!)

New Year's Resolution for MTV: Stop being so lame.