Pat Sajak Crushes Conservative Blacklisting, Outrage Culture, and the Absurdity of the 'Look at Me' Generation

Pat Sajak Crushes Conservative Blacklisting, Outrage Culture, and the Absurdity of the 'Look at Me' Generation



Outrage over people’s differing beliefs, it seems to me, is completely ridiculous.

Therefore, I appreciate Pat Sajak’s recent tweet — along with his general resume of dry-humor posts mocking the goofiness of many bullhorning themselves into a tizzy.

On Thursday, Pat took to the Twittersphere to lampoon blacklisting not too unlike that of a couple stars from Will & Grace.

Here’s the recent source material, courtesy of Debra Messing and Eric McCormack:

And Pat for the win:

If you’re not following the television icon on social media, it’s worth the add for his wry commentary on the absurdity of this present state.

Concerning his hotdog issues, sports columnist Woody Paige joined in. Pat was there for the alley-oop:

As pointed out by The Daily Wire, the Wheel of Fortune host had a particularly profound revelation in August:

Pat’s not the only one, by the way, who believes a conservative blacklist is bonkers — just see these reactions by Seinfeld star John O’Hurley and Oscar/Grammy/Tony/Emmy winner Whoopi Goldberg.

And for more of Pat Sajak’s spot-on humor, see my roundup here.




Relevant RedState links in this article: here, here, and here.

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