Seth Meyers used to be an entertainer, but since the 2016 election, he has become a far left activists who pretends to be a late night host.
During a recent interview of Meghan McCain, Meyers defended far left Rep. Ilhan Omar from criticism.
News Busters reports:
Seth Meyers Tries to Shame McCain Over Omar Criticism, Gets Egg on His Face Instead
Meyers began by actually calling McCain’s criticism of Omar “dangerous” in light of the synagogue shooting because Omar “had some death threats against her.” He tried to shame her to be more “thoughtful” about her language:
And I just wonder, cause I do think it’s fairly dangerous, and you brought it up after Congresswoman Omar had also had some death threats against her. Do you think — you know, she’s obviously now stated she needs to be more careful with her language. Don’t you think other people who talk about her need to be a little bit more thoughtful as well, or do you stand by those comments of tying her to this — her rhetoric to the synagogue shooting?
Meghan McCain’s response to this was priceless:
“Are you her publicist?” McCain joked.
“What?” the late night host said, shocked.
“Are you her press person?” she repeated.
Meyers tried to downplay his partisanship, urging for a Kumbaya moment for the “minority” Democrat whose had “death threats against her.”
Watch the video:
Not only was Meyers boring and predictable here, he was wrong.
Also, @sethmeyers, @IlhanMN did *not* apologize unequivocally. She equivocated *in her “apology” tweet*, then spent a week RTing tweets that said she did nothing wrong and laughing about it in public. And then she said other anti-Semitic stuff and didn’t apologize at all. https://t.co/XO7VBxbuEd
— Jonathan Greenberg (@JGreenbergSez) May 8, 2019
He also fails to note that threats are made to people on both sides:
Wondering when @sethmeyers is going to care about the "death threats" and mean tweets towards… Oh, I dunno — @benshapiro, @bethanyshondark, @MeghanMcCain and other conservatives. https://t.co/z7uG00oMtO
— Elisha (@ElishaKrauss) May 8, 2019
Remember when late night shows were entertaining and fun?