The Corrupt Midget

News brings word that the pint sized pundit, Ben Shapiro, is going to Berkeley to give a another speech. Judging by his twitter activity, he is hoping it will attract Antifa and be shut down by the city. It’s hard to know exactly. He could also be playing it the other way, hoping the event goes off without a problem. That way, he can blame the growing army to his right for the recent crackdown of speech by our masters. Like all of the boys and girls who color inside the lines, Shapiro needs to believe safety is a virtue.

Either way, this stunt is just that, a stunt to draw attention to himself, as well as an effort to re-establish his brand of Progressive punditry, as the extreme edge of acceptable. Calling Shapiro a Progressive may strike some people as weird, but that’s the truth of it. He embraces all of the blank slate arguments of the Left. He takes, as a given, that the Left’s moral framework is the default for society. You see that in his twitter rants about the alt-right. Shapiro is a man of the Left, just the lagging edge of it.

Shapiro is a also a notorious pen for hire, a guy who will say anything if you write a big enough check. He used to say nice things about Trump and the issues that Trump is now championing. Then the Wilks brothers hired him to be an anti-Trump loon, so he went full-on NeverTrump last year. Now that there is money to be made on the Trump train, Shapiro and all the other faux right-wing grifters have got on-board with Trump. One gets the sense that if Antifa writes him a check, he could be persuaded to support communism.

Of course, as that Charles Johnson piece reminds us, Shapiro was in on the Michelle Fields hoax a year ago. For those who have forgotten, she claimed to have been assaulted by a Trump campaign staffer at an event. Shapiro and several other fake conservatives demanded Trump quit the campaign over it. Shapiro even quit Breitbart over it, coincidentally just when the Wilks brothers check cleared. Video later revealed that the staffer in question merely brushed past Fields and she had been lying.

That’s the thing about our chattering classes. They are never called to answer for their perfidy. Fields still gets on TV as a pundit, despite having been exposed as something of a sociopath. Shapiro was never pressed to explain his role in that affair. National Review is happy to give him a platform, as no doubt the Wilks brothers are stroking checks to them too. There’s little doubt that Sloppy Williamson was paid to write those insane anti-Trump columns last year. Even by his standards, they were a cornucopia of crack-pottery.

Since Charlottesville, Shapiro has been taking every opportunity to condemn the alt-right and you see that in the linked twitter rant. The game he is playing is the moral equivalence strategy. He keeps equating the alt-right with Antifa, comparing what you don’t see, with what you do see. People hear about the alt-right, but they see black clad lunatics toppling over statues and smashing windows in street riots. Chad and Stacey out in the suburbs can be forgiven for confusing the two and condemning both.

That’s the role guys like Shapiro play for the Left. These so-called conservatives happily define the boundaries between what is and what is not acceptable on the Right. He and his fellow pens-for-hire are the palace guard, defining the outer boundary of the political Right. It’s why they are more worked up over the alt-right than the violent left-wing mobs of Antifa. The former is a real threat to their position, while the latter is good for selling books no one will read and building their media brand.

The other angle Shapiro is working is the flattery scam. He invests a lot of time and effort in presenting himself as the thinking man’s right-winger. That in itself reveals something about him. His appeal is that smart normies can feel like intellectuals because they listen to Ben Shapiro. The fact that he can say he supports free speech and in the same thread condemn the speech of everyone to his Right reveals him to be a pseudo-intellectual moral nullity. He’s an obsequious rumpswab, who will say anything for a buck.

It is just another example of the corruption of the Official Right™. They may as well be actors, hired by the Left to play a role in the Prog political drama. They will never bite the hand that feeds them. It’s why they are falling all over themselves to signal to the Left that they are perfectly OK with cracking down on dissident speech. It’s not about ideology. It is about the paycheck. If the boundary of the Right gets pushed out, guys like Shapiro are no longer useful. It’s why their guns are always pointed at us, rather than the Left.

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Severian
2 years ago

“His appeal is that smart normies can feel like intellectuals because they listen to Ben Shapiro.” This is what I’ve never gotten. Admittedly I’m a weirdo, but I really thought the Web would be the end of these guys. You really can pull a Good Will Hunting in the Internet age — you can get expert-level informed on anything you have the brains to master, all for about a buck-fifty in late charges at the local library. Why feel intellectual listening to one of these clowns, when you can actually BE intellectual for approximately the same level of effort? Is… Read more »

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Severian
2 years ago

Sev; My guess is that, aside from lack of bloc free time, it’s a ‘signal-to-noise’ issue given just how many books, articles, etc. there are out there now on every conceivable subject. The sheer volume alone has to tell you that much of it is BS, but how to discriminate_? One of my relatives is a mathematician and he says that there are plenty of academic catfights-in-print in math, of all places. Also, there is the ‘where would I start_?’ problem. You know that the entire academic edifice leans left worse than the Tower of Pisa. And you’d hate to… Read more »

Severian
Reply to  Al from da Nort
2 years ago

One of my jobs is in the academic racket; I’m fully aware of how much of it is baloney (ALL of it; margin of error <1%). 🙂 But that's the thing — like Z Man's "essential knowledge" series, there are zillions of folks on the internet who post their stuff up for free, for the sheer love of it, and who aren't constrained by publish-or-perish to say something new (=stupid and counterintuitive) about anything and everything. But it's not like you need two PhD's, a GPS, and a Sherpa guide to find where Shapiro types go wrong; pick a sentence,… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Severian
2 years ago

You’re right in the sense that unless people are “tuned into” this guy, he won’t rise above the noise floor. For example, Shapiro is not somebody I follow nor read nor know much about in the slightest. Zman tunes the radio to that frequency, and that’s the only reason I know or care. That’s why so many of these posers have to pull stunts to get their names out there.

It’s very liberating not following or even paying much attention at all, to whatever it is that Conservative Inc. is marketing today.

Member
2 years ago

It’s always about the money and the smart ones play the game quite well. As we knew all along, Gavin has been always auditioning with his little pieces and street theater, and now it looks like he is cashing in. Not that there is anything wrong at making money but where are the values? Maybe I am too old for the Alt Right or just that I see no reason to define as anything other than Paleo Conservative. These poseurs, youtubers and such just don’t seem in it for anything other than personal aggrandizement and financial gain. This Shapiro gnat… Read more »

Member
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

I wonder why my post has no paragraph breaks, they were there before I submitted it.

Your take about the money is how I feel. I don’t even begrudge some acquiescence to survive. Buchanan knows when to pull back a bit or leave well enough alone without sacrificing his principles or beliefs.

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  David_Wright
2 years ago

Buchanan fell down the rabbit hole once upon a time when he got a whiff of the throne. He crawled back out.

James_Cooperman
James_Cooperman
Reply to  David_Wright
2 years ago

Yes, the smart ones do play the game. That said, what would a man of the right do if he wants to play the game full time? While I suppose there is the option of being in a cubicle in a think tank, but those jobs are limited and relatively few in number. The left pays its provocateurs by skimming from our tax dollars and as such, they have an army of workers at the ready. On our side, we have limited opportunities for such graft. We have to earn our living. Mind you, I am not defending the insect… Read more »

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  James_Cooperman
2 years ago

The reason that ours are better by far than theirs is precisely because ours are not paid.

Epaminondas
Member
2 years ago

James Kirkpatrick calls “conservatives” like Shapiro and Williamson “House Negroes of the West’s anti-white ruling class.”

Flying Moose Airways
Flying Moose Airways
2 years ago

Benny’s initials describes his writing style. Didn’t he also achieve notoriety by shilling for the Iraq war, all while still at Harvard? The amount of military knowledge he espoused for being a mere 18 yoa was truly something.
You are absolutely correct, Zman, about BS, he is a grifter and, at best, a pathetic excuse as a conservative thinker.

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
2 years ago

OK, I’ll bite. Who the h**l are the Wilks brothers_?

P_Ang
P_Ang
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

While I agree with you on Shapiro, I kind of find it weird that you’re on the anti-Cruz train. I find it weird that ANYONE who claims to be a conservative is on the anti-Cruz train. Cruz is the most conservative Senator we have, but because he ran against the god-emperor he has to be the constant target of the alt-right. Frankly, I think the Podesta emails pretty much prove that Hillary rigged the Republican primary in favor of Trump, but the only way we can win against the Dem scumbags is if we stop all this crap where “He’s… Read more »

P_Ang
P_Ang
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Well, thank you for explaining that Cruz was a big meanie. I’m still muddling over the alt-right plan to copy Shapiro and attack non-alter conservatives with fervor and vehemence and ignore the true target. Attacking the alt-right and basically ignoring Antifa (as well as being a paid hit-man) are my Shapiro problems. Trump won. Why is the non-entity still a target? The real enemy is 1.) Liberal politicians. 2.) Liberal academia. 3.) Liberal entertainers. 4.) Liberal media. They all share a common thread.

Karl Hungus
Karl Hungus
Reply to  P_Ang
2 years ago

say, you’re that little homo that was mewling around here a few months ago.

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  P_Ang
2 years ago

For the same reason that right wingers correctly regard professional cucks to be a greater threat than the far left. Ryan, McDonnell, McVain, Linsey, on and on, are in my trench screwing with the ammo. Cruz is a different animal but he shit himself in Iowa, then at the convention. He would have lost November massively. Trump taught us a lesson. Cruz don’t take no lessons.

Ken
Ken
Reply to  P_Ang
2 years ago

Conservatives?!?! You mean LOSERS!! Conservatives couldn’t even keep freaks out of women’s bathrooms. No one in the Alt-Right considers themselves conservatives. They’re the Washington Generals of politics, their job is to put IPA good front to sucker people like you out of voted and money. They’re not supposed to actually get anything done, I s all just theater. That’s why they all hate Trump so much, he’s exposed them for the losers that they are.

Andy Texan
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

I had such hopes for Cruz in 2014. Then he went and shat on himself during the 2016 primaries by adopting Alinskyite tactics. Every time I hear him talk now is cringe worthy. So many earnest sounding noises saying nothing of any import or meaning. Very sad.

Karl MacHungus
Karl MacHungus
Reply to  Andy Texan
2 years ago

it’s only sad if the person you/we saw at the convention was not the real Ted; that somehow the real Ted was admirable and he just made a bad decision. But that isn’t what happened. Convention Ted is the real Ted.

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Thanks. I halfway thought it might be some incarnation of the Koch Bros as Ashley Wilkes from GWTW or something.

Mark Dietzler
2 years ago

Every time I see him speak at a conference he always has to work into his statements that a) he is jewish and b) that the alt-right hates him.

Nobody cares, Tiny Ben. Stop shooting right.

Member
Reply to  Mark Dietzler
2 years ago

Always wears the little hat if you missed the other details. With David Cole he just tells you ten times in his articles.

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  Mark Dietzler
2 years ago

Fortunately he sounds as if he were breathing an atmosphere of helium.

Monty James
Monty James
2 years ago

John Nolte has returned to Breitbart, and the mutual parting ball-washing he and Shapiro engaged in on Twitter was sickening, but return to Breitbart he has. Glad to see that.

cerulean
cerulean
2 years ago

“These so-called conservatives happily define the boundaries between what is and what is not acceptable on the Right. ” So do any so-called progressives define the boundaries between what is and what is not acceptable on the Left? This is not a rhetorical question. I’m genuinely curious. Seems to me the answer is emphatically no, as Z implies, but I may have missed something. At one point, even before my time, I think the Democrats thought they were distancing themselves from the out-and-out Communists, but that may have been for show and / or was ineffective. But what about now?… Read more »

Severian
Reply to  cerulean
2 years ago

No. The worst the Left does is ignore their lunatics, when their tactics go a bit beyond the current pale… but always with a not-so-secret admiration for the raw **authenticity** of someone who is willing to do ___ for The Cause. Among themselves (e.g. in the faculty lounge) they like to have hissy little slap fights about the differences between the Judean People’s Front and the People’s Front of Judea, but that’s just LARPing as Revolutionaries.

cerulean
cerulean
Reply to  cerulean
2 years ago

Coincidence: I just went from here to Breitbart and got my question answered:

‘Democratic House Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) issued a statement late Tuesday denouncing violent left-wing “Antifa” protesters, saying they deserve “unequivocal condemnation” ‘

I’m sure it’s just for show after the Gary Cohn fuss, but it amazes me that Pelosi is actually shooting left and pandering right.

Any others?

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  cerulean
2 years ago

The internal polling told Nancy what to do. Journolist made sure everyone on the left pivoted on the same day, so no one got left behind.

Doesn’t change the basic concept that they would shoot all of us in the back of the head, if they thought they could get away with it.

Andy Texan
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Pas d’ennemi a gauche. Pardon my French.

dave
dave
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Dennis Kucinich?

Zeroh Tollrants
Zeroh Tollrants
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

With Pelosi distancing herself from Antifa, the top politicians supporting them are Mittens Romney & Foam Party Rubio. That’s your “Conservative” Republican Party, Right wingers/Benjy Shapiro. Supporters of Antifa. Wallow in that.

Black Flag Jackson
Black Flag Jackson
Reply to  cerulean
2 years ago

Antifa is getting the Occupy movement treatment; which means they’ve outlived their usefulness to TPTB. Like BLM, their antics our getting out of hand and making the left look bad, so they need to be quietly sidelined. The Soros money will dry up and the few that don’t go along with the program will get arrested as an example to the others. Now that both Pelosi and WaPo have now deemed criticism of Antifa to be legit, the floodgates of opprobrium will open and their shenanigans will very quickly fade out. They should be congratulated for a job well done.… Read more »

cerulean
cerulean
Reply to  Black Flag Jackson
2 years ago

“Now that every mayor can plausibly deny permits based on “public safety concerns” Antifa needs to go back into storage,”

I hadn’t thought of that.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  cerulean
2 years ago

Into storage Antifa goes. The new crisis today is back to “climate change”. All day, from all the lefties, “climate change destroyed Houston”. Journolist does its work.

The worst part is we are going to be hearing a lot from Al Gore for a few days.

Karl Hungus
Karl Hungus
Reply to  Black Flag Jackson
2 years ago

too bad (for the media and dems) there is all kinds of footage of them praising antifa, and making common cause with them. same for Ryan, he fukked himself in the ass with his slimy comments on antifa.

Xennady
Xennady
Reply to  Black Flag Jackson
2 years ago

My apologies, but I must disagree. Most rank-and-file right-wingers simply don’t have the time or interest to wander around somewhere, marching or occupying anything, because we have better things to do, like keeping civilization around by working at our jobs. Most leftists, on the other hand, have plenty of time for that sort of thing, either because they are paid to do it or because they are unemployed. Good for them, but the problem is that they still haven’t figured out how to get rid of the election problem- that is, they still happen- or how to disarm enough of… Read more »

Tim Newman
Reply to  cerulean
2 years ago

But what about now? Does the Left ever shoot left?

Yes, they do, all the time, but perhaps not in the US. In the UK there has been no-end of catfighting and bitching between the “moderate” lefties and the headcase Corbynistas, with the moderates shooting left. The Corbynistas are nuts, but they represent the same threat to the UK elites as the alt-right does to the American elites. This is why you have soft-left and soft-right joining forces to denounce them.

Amateur Brain Surgeon
2 years ago

“They are never called to answer for there perfidy.”

their

ABS has just recently discovered this blog and he is very happy he did.

Walt
Walt
Reply to  Amateur Brain Surgeon
2 years ago

Chipping at small spelling errors is a great way to make a good impression.

thwack
thwack
2 years ago

Most of the Alt-Right activists are only in it for the clicks, cachet, and whatever donations they can get. Thats why the content is so lame and unappealing to normies. If you want clicks you hafta feed people their own feces (tell them what they want to hear) But the worst offenders have got to be white females. Tara McCarthy just strolls into the movement with 3 pounds of make up on her face, starts a Youtube channel, and gets 50,000 subs in 90 days; what a fucking joke. She talks as if we are supposed to be impressed with… Read more »

thwack
thwack
Reply to  thwack
2 years ago

Seven dislikes and no retort?

LOL

I rest my case.

Karl MacHungus
Karl MacHungus
Reply to  thwack
2 years ago

here’s a retort: you sound like an old drunk barely able to keep his fat ass on the bar stool.

thwack
thwack
Reply to  Karl MacHungus
2 years ago

Do you say that to every person who looks you in the eye and tells you the truth? Zman, your commentary is pretty good, especially your podcasts; but your followers here are pretty weak and I think you deserve better? Im one of those people who found your blog from the Counter-currents podcast you did. You have a great “radio voice” and I really like the rational, coherent perspective you bring because lord knows we need it; because one of the main reasons we lose is due to the large numbers of flat, inarticulate, boring, equivocating, attention whores… who have… Read more »

Member
2 years ago

“His appeal is that smart normies can feel like intellectuals because they listen to Ben Shapiro.” This is how I feel when my in-laws start telling me about things they heard on NPR. I just sort of nod, and smile, and move on. We were in FL for a family holiday last month, and went to Sea World, and had a great time with our kids. You coulda heard a pin drop when they found out we went there, lol. They had seen an NPR interview about that “Blackfish” agitprop, and just assumed because it was on NPR that it… Read more »

MikeyParks
MikeyParks
Member
2 years ago

There’s a good reason I leave my ad-blocker enabled for this site. I don’t want to contribute any money.

Karl Hungus
Karl Hungus
Reply to  MikeyParks
2 years ago

too bad you don’t leave you mouth blocker enabled. say, you wouldn’t be a sock puppet for LabiaMike, would you?

Member
Reply to  MikeyParks
2 years ago

There aren’t any ads. Take a look at your ad blocker. I hope you aren’t too disappointed.

SWRichmond
SWRichmond
Reply to  Youkali
2 years ago

Yep if he’s getting ads on this site that means his browser is compromised. Sounds like a proxy.

Black Flag Jackson
Black Flag Jackson
2 years ago

Shapiro never really stood out for me; he always seemed to spout the exact same ideas every other member of Conservative, Inc. while looking like the local junior high class president. In fact, the only thing I even remember about the Jewish Tucker Carlson (pre-Trump) was that time he almost got prison raped by a hulking tranny on TV (good times).

YIH
YIH
2 years ago

Ah yes, Little Benny, he’s been like that since his larval stage:comment image
I know you like to disparage your podcast voice Zman, but it can be worse… Much worse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdiX3Nq6ECM (it also demonstrates Little Benny’s so-called ”intellect”)
Little Benny’s sliminess has a long and ugly history:
http://voxday.blogspot.com/search?q=ben+shapiro

Montefrio
Member
2 years ago

Join my new movement: the galt-right! I’m the only member right now, but you can join by forming your own chapter, making up your own rules, ideological stance, hell, whatever you like! We (myself and my b-side) are exiles from ALL movements, and by God-and-or-the Tao, we plan to keep it that way!

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Montefrio
2 years ago

Dutch shrugs.

Montefrio
Member
Reply to  Dutch
2 years ago

That makes two of us.

Karl MacHungus
Karl MacHungus
Reply to  Dutch
2 years ago

nice Rand homage, Atlas

WWWWWWWWRhino
WWWWWWWWRhino
2 years ago

I guess he doesn’t count as an Alt-Jew, just the other kind.

Jim Don Bob
2 years ago

I love the term rumpswab.

Member
2 years ago

The obvious answer to the question as to why the Left doesn’t disown their “fringe” elements while the Old-Fashioned Right constantly “shoots to the right” is that the Leftists are all in fundamental agreement as to premises and goals and differ only over tactics, but the Old Right basically agrees with the Left and disagrees with the “New Right.” In effect, the Old Right is merely the Rightist Left and the hate the New (and real) Right.

Perhaps it would be better to term the Old Right the “Weak Left”. Gives a better sense of what they really are.

cerulean
cerulean
Reply to  Saurons_Lazy_Eye
2 years ago

This is pretty believable.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Saurons_Lazy_Eye
2 years ago

Maybe we should call them the “Vichy Right”.

Reply to  Dutch
2 years ago

This made me laugh. I don’t really disagree, but as a friendly observation, I’d say that the problem with the phrase “Vichy Right” is that it suggests that they really are part of the right. My point was that these commentators are just a watered-down version of the Left. Don’t give them the courtesy of suggesting that they are actually rightist in any meaningful sense of the work.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Saurons_Lazy_Eye
2 years ago

The thing about the Vichy French, they peacocked around like they really represented the French, but they were just rumpswabs for the Germans, at the end of the day. Not only that, but when things went south for the Krauts, the Vichy then acted like they should be thanked for doing the good work of ridding France of those guys. I can’t imagine a better analogy to our GOPe, who sorta, wanta be different than the Dems, but can’t get their heads far enough out of the Uniparty pork barrel feeding trough to do anything about it. And heck, since… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Dutch
2 years ago

While I am banging my highchair table here, call those GOPe people “collaborationists”. It has a very specific meaning that perfectly fits them.

Reply to  Dutch
2 years ago

Okay, I surrender!

Member
2 years ago

And as for why Pelosi disavowed the Anti Fascisty, in line with what an earlier commenter said, this could be referred to as “Exemplary Injustice”. Damore shows you can get fired for what you say in a company, Daily Stormer and Stormfront show you can lose your public voice for disagree with the big company’s views of what’s acceptable, and Charlottesville (and previous attacks on rightist meetings) show the violence that awaits you for exercising your alleged right of free assembly. Oh, and don’t forget the cancellation of public speaking engagements by BadThinkers because of the threat of violence from… Read more »

Charles Dolci
Charles Dolci
2 years ago

Zman, I love your articles, but I have to take a teensy weensy exception to this one. I was unfamiliar with the details of the Michelle Fields incident, so I went online to educate myself and find as much original source evidence as needed to make up my own mind. A hoax, absolutely, as the story was presented. But you claim the staffer merely “brushed past” her. The staffer clearly grabbed her by the arm, perhaps to pass her or perhaps he thought she was getting too close to the candidate. His actions were not violent and were likely justified,… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Charles Dolci
2 years ago

Here’s a video & commentary from Paul Joseph Watson showing the entire affair, which shows Lewandowski grabbing Fields by the sweater, near her upper arm. This would not result in bruises on her forearm, nor any of the violence that she & others claimed; so I must agree, it was more than just brushing past. It was still a massive hoax and an attempt to destroy Donald Trump’s candidacy, so the larger point remains.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkLrr9Ydl9g

Charles Dolci
Charles Dolci
Reply to  eskyman
2 years ago

Yes, I agree. The thrust of the article and the major points are valid. But our side can not afford to be casual about the facts, even the minor facts. The other side will jump on any error, no matter how insignificant, and then claim they have discredited the article. They will claim that Zman lied about the Fields incident and therefore the rest of the article can be ignored. You know that is how it works.

Glen Filthie
Glen Filthie
Member
2 years ago

Correct. Shapiro is out to sell copy, not ideology. There is no money in agreeing with or writing to an audience like us. For now, there is more copy to be sold by goading and trolling us and that is what your boy is gonna do along with every other standard leftwing turd brain in the democrat/media complex. That’s the cynical version and I think there is truth to it. The other thing I am seeing here, Z, is that as we all know the liberal left has effectively gone insane. The democrat party is only a fit home for… Read more »

Pimpkin\'s nephew
Pimpkin\'s nephew
2 years ago

Just curious. I subscribe to the Daily Wire to listen to Andrew Klavan. I have never listened to Shapiro; I just know him as the other guy at that site. What am I supposed to think of Klavan? I want the official view here.

TomA
TomA
2 years ago

At one level, Shapiro could be the degenerate opportunist that he appears to be, which is about as bad as it gets. Alternately, he could be real 5th Columnist like Kessler, in which case he would at least preserve some integrity as a professional propagandist. But then there are also the naive idiots who allow themselves to be duped by his nonsense, and thereby elevate stupidity as a cultural norm. God help us.

Jim Scrummy
Jim Scrummy
2 years ago

Chuck Krapphammer…I’m stealing that one! Is he still on Fox News? I don’t watch much teevee these days. Benji is/has been always full of excrement. He acts all tough, but when push comes to shove, he folds like a cheap tent. He was real tough with his Iraq war talk, yet never put his precious little rear-end on the line to go do the dirty work. Poser. He needs a big cup of STFU, plus his face just looks so punchable. Just like fatboy Williamson, he’s a poser. Talks tough, but that’s about it. I am surprised anyone still reads… Read more »

Mister M
2 years ago

Shapiro was on Rogan’s podcast – usually a harmless, fun place. I got to 40 minutes in and then BS started his anti Trump stuff out of nowhere. It sounded fake, now I know why. I bailed at 45 min.

BTampa
BTampa
2 years ago

It’s real easy to boil this down. Every “NeverTrumper” was willing to see Hillary Clinton become President of the United States.

Therefore, none of them can be trusted – ever again. Some things you can’t come back from.