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Greg Gutfeld Brags About Being An Unfunny Scab

By Andrew Sanford | TV | May 16, 2023 |

By Andrew Sanford | TV | May 16, 2023 |


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Most late-night talk shows are currently on hiatus due to the WGA strike. They will picket and protest until the writers’ reasonable demands are met. Because of that, plenty of people aren’t crossing the picket lines, making the production of shows and movies difficult, if not impossible. The showing of support for the WGA is heartwarming to see. It also makes sense.

Think about it! You’d have to be a stone-cold dweeb not to support the writers. Only the biggest losers on the planet aren’t on the side of the WGA. Picture the saddest, corniest, most unfunny person you’ve ever met and give them an over-inflated sense of confidence, remove any shred of redeemable qualities, and you have the type of person who would not only not support the strike but take shots at it in public.

Oh God … the ground is shaking … suddenly I sense something so pathetic … Somehow, a late-night host out there exists who is less likable than James Corden. Whereas James Corden is rude to waitstaff, this person shrivels up when faced with human contact. Emerging from the depths of a libertarian cigar shop with a sign that reads “No jokes allowed” is Greg Gutfeld.

Gutfeld is the host of the “popular” late-night show on FOX News. I put popular in quotes because if scores of people fell asleep after rage-riddled orgasms brought on by FOX’s primetime hate-mongers and forgot to turn off their TV, are you really popular? Gutfeld seems to think so. During FOX’s 2023 upfronts, Gutfeld said, “I have the No. 1 late-night show. I also have the only late-night show — sorry — right now, so you don’t have a choice in this matter. And I am for no choices.”

Gutfeld can skirt the strike because his writing staff is non-union. Not only are his comments tone-deaf and unfunny (so, ya know, on brand), it also gives away his whole game. People like Gutfeld love to loathe late-night TV, often under the guise of political motivation. In reality, Gutfeld wants desperately to be a part of it. It’s like people who make bullshit, AI-generated “movies” and claim Hollywood is “over.” Like Gutfeld, they resent actual talent because they haven’t any.