He may have a point there.
I couldn’t even stand to continue reading the summary above of what the idiot said. They don’t deserve the brain space or even the oxygen.
“Some” on the right? Try “One Guy”.
This is just more Q level bullshit.
I’ve read better bathroom walls.
ST. JULIAN THE HOSPITALLER
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Patron Saint of unattractive people.
If you haven’t seen it already check out the press funny thingy from last night. Link below.
He roasted Fox pretty good.
Courtesy of Dark Brandon.
Look, it’s great that cable news is here tonight MSNBC owned by NBC Universal, Fox News owned by Dominion Voting Systems.
Last year your favorite Fox News reporters were able to attend because they were fully vaccinated and boosted, this year, that 787 million dollar settlement, they’re here because they couldn’t say no to a free meal.
And hell, I’d call Fox honest, fair and truthful, but then I could be sued for defamation. It ain’t nothing compared to what they do to me.
Look, I hope the Fox News team finds this funny. My goal is to make them laugh as hard as CNN did when they read the settlement, but then again CNN was like wow they actually have 787 million dollars?
“I want everybody to have fun tonight,” he said, “but please be safe. If you find yourself disoriented or confused, either you’re drunk or Marjorie Taylor Greene.”
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What an unexpected turn for JP Sears. Early on I found his videos very entertaining and amusing. I perceived his efforts as being clever and insightful. Gradually the videos got longer and felt more labored, and without any conscious decision to do so I moved on to other entertainments. Sometime in 2021 I thought of him for the first time in a year or two and excitedly went looking for his newer material, thinking “I’ll bet he’s having a field day satirizing the Malarkey Syndicate and the Shithead Society. Seems right up his alley.”. Boy was I surprised to discover his marked adulation for the Gilded Turd and his wholehearted embrace of all things conspiratorial. He didn’t even seem like the same person, as his manner and comportment had changed, and worse still, he wasn’t funny any more. And now this is what it’s come to. Were I to speak with him face-to-face the question I would ask (earnestly) is “What happened ?”.
He’s always been this way. What happened is you finally found out.
As usual, it comes down to “da Joooos did it!” fairly quickly. “The socialism of fools” indeed.
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Nine minutes of bullshit speculation, 30 seconds of “Oh, yeah, there was this Dominion thing, some people think that’s why he was fired,” and then right back to bullshit speculation. He calls Carlson a truth teller, and says he had Trump on right before he was fired, but completely ignores the text messages where Carlson admitted to hating Trump’s guts. What a buffoon.
From what I’ve seen, they sort of made him a martyr with this move. But, they said the same thing with Glenn Beck and to and extent, Bill O’Reilly. Remember when Glenn Beck was the guy?
Will Tucker be relegated to his own little indie show/podcast where he just does a direct grift now? For sure he has enough followers for that to happen. But will he remain culturally relevant mainstream wise?
Beck and O’Reilly are both out there pontificating on their platform, but I almost never hear about them anymore. I hope that happens with Tucker.
Painful as all that is to read, it’s interesting as a case study of conspiracy theory thinking. The basic dynamic is like: choose your premise (Carlson’s a freedom fighter / truth teller), then let all subsequent statements support it. It goes without saying the argument isn’t evidence-based — but reading all that I felt like it resembled a weird mathematical proof. “IF we accept this as our basic premise, then all this follows; we can evaluate all other evidence in light of it.”
It’s also obvs. like a profession of faith: “I’m not ‘convinced’ this is true; rather, I proactively plant my flag here and then aggressively affirm this position.”