GREG GUTFELD: Focus on small talk, not woke talk
“Don’t give me the social justice speech. It’s a bore.”
—Reverend Al Sharpton
GREG GUTFELD: OK, let me start with the basics. This is the first of the week; so I’m going to make that a rule to start the week. You know, I mean you got five to six hours of sleep there. I’m so sorry.
I’m sorry, too. I’m sorry. Sorry.
You know that I don’t work on Sundays. I’m not a member of the National Association of Evangelicals.
And I’m also not a member of the National Association of Blacks in Law Enforcement.
And I’m also not a member of the Justice Democrats.
But I’m very active in the anti-Trump movement. I’m also very active in the pro-abortion rights, LGBT and gay marriage, and transgender frontliners, I-Ching people and everybody who fights for the dignity of working people.
I don’t even live in DC. I live in New York City. (Laughter).
I mean, at the end of the day, you’ve seen the first six months of the Trump presidency and you’ve seen how the media treats him. So all of this was so predictable. You’ve seen all of the media’s attacks.
Now, you’ve got the political class. So he has this real opportunity to be the president of the United States.
Every time he tweets something that I disagree with, I write about it. I have to get on those social media. I think that’s a real problem.
I don’t want to go down that road of, you know, what’s the worst thing he has done, what’s the worst thing he has said, and the way he thinks about that.
I want to know what he’s doing. I wanna know what he’s doing, and not just as someone who, you know, has a Twitter feed and he’s tweeting and he’s tweeting and he’s tweeting. I wanna know what he’s doing as president. And so I am involved in the political process.
Now, let’s talk a little bit about the media’s coverage of Donald Trump.
Yes, so, when you say “the media,” what you say here,