그렉 구트 펠드: 취소 문화에 반대하는 Alec Baldwin의 입장에 경의를 표합니다., even if he doesn't support us

산불에 나무의 클립: 그건 공격이야! 당신은 알렉을 빨아! 난 너가 싫어! 기타. A bunch of voices

와 – that’s an angry bunch! 불타고있다. 그래서, 알렉이 마침내 자신의 감각에? 잘, let’s act like the 4 people who saw his last movie, and hear him out. He said quote, “Cancel culture is like a forest fire in constant need of fuel. Functioning objectivity. No prejudice. No code. Just destroy. The deserving and the undeserving alike.” 죄송합니다 – that was him describing how to treat your children. (Which by the way I support)

Now Baldwin hasn’t had a successful movie in years. His last hit was probably across the forehead of a terrified bike messenger. But he’s right. 슬프게도 – I had to read his tweet second hand since he blocked me on 트위터 여러 해 전에. 사실로, he’s blocked more people than a steady diet of cheese. Young people will understand that later. It’s ironic: that someone who’s condemning cancel culture had canceled me from his life altogether.

But if I was in Hollywood having to turn on the TV every day and see someone as handsome and talented as thisI would be insecure enough to block me, 너무. 아직도, it hurts. He made me feel like Kim Bassinger. Or his brother Stephen. Thank god there’s a place for us.

ALEC BALDWIN RIPS CANCEL CULTURE: ‘LIKE A FOREST FIRE IN CONSTANT NEED OF FUEL

Skit of therapy group for people blocked by celebrities:

Therapist: Okay Donna, why don’t you begin?

Donna: I’m still traumatized by this, so I don’t know where to begin but I was on Twitter, I wanted to see what this actor had to say because you know because I loved him in “가슴 아픈 아이”.

Therapist: Charles Grodin?

Donna: 아니, the remake.

Therapist: 오, Ben Stiller.

남자: What a ****

여자: He blocked me.

Therapist: Well Ben Stiller, he was a really great actor. Not so much anymore really. Everyone just relax. Toby, how about you?

Toby: I still really can’t process this, I think you guys remember that fat, unfunny guy who was married to Roseanne.

Donna: Tom Stevens?

Lady: Tom Johnson?

Therapist: Tom Arnold.

Toby: 예, Tom Arnold. He blocked me and the funny thing is, I don’t even know who he is.

Therapist: Ok, that doesn’t really count. It needs to be somebody who’s famous for something other than being married to a famous person. Anyone else?

Toby: 오, Greg Gutfeld blocked me.

Lady: That’s huge. That’s like the Holy Grail.

Donna: Yea. That’s like being blocked by the Beatles. If the Beatles were actually good.

Therapist: 내말은, truly, Greg blocked you. Nobody can top that. 어, that’s all for today. I think I have a Brazilian wax appointment in an hour. So same time next week?

So a loudmouth lefty like Alec Baldwin disowning cancel culturethat’s like Colonel Sanders condemning fried chicken. Or Mike Lindell condemning pillows. Or Jesse Waters condemning hair gel.

But when a dude who spent decades sliming people he politically disagrees with has now seen the light – actually maybe it’s a good thing. 명백하게, he came around to the ugliness of cancel culture once he saw what it did to someone he loved — 그의 부인 – who became a human piñata after she appropriated Spanish accents duringlas TV segments.

Clip of Hilaria Baldwin on the “오늘 쇼”: We have very few ingredients. We have tomatoes. 우리는, how do you say in English? Cucumbers. Cucumbers.

How do you say cucumbersthat’s a good question!! So Hilaria was accused of lying about her Spanish heritage. 진실: we haven’t seen someone being a fake Hispanic so hard since Beto O’Rourke tried to put a guacamole pipeline through El Paso. 그러나, here’s the irony.

NEW GROUP AIMS TO FIGHT CANCEL CULTURE BY GIVING ‘WOKE LEFTA ‘DOSE OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE

Back in the good old days, 트럼프 아래 – people like Alec had little to worry about. Trump was their necessary diversion. Everyone aimed their nerf guns on orange Satan. He took all the incoming fire, so most of the disgusting libs could carry on being disgusting libs. Like a craven terrorist, they used Trump as a human shield. But now that zombie Elvis has left the buildingthe cancelers have no choice but to eat themselves. Which is great news for the employees at CNN who have a hankering for a baked potato.

So it’s not really that Baldwin is standing up for youas we would like to think. It’s because his palsWoody Allen and 앤드류 쿠 오모 are drawing more heat than black leather car seats in July. And it’s from somewhere other than their pants. He really didn’t care when people he disliked were targetedlike that Covington kid or Brett Kavanaugh.

It’s when he started seeing his rich and powerful amigos get picked off like terrorists within 50 yards of Chris Kyle. It started to get a little too close for comfort. Which is fine by me. I welcome anyone who’s finally seeing the lighteven if it’s for selfish reasons. I wonder what our angry White male feels about this. Why hasn’t he been canceled?

톰 실루, 화난 백인 남성: Good coffee. Cancel culture? We actually had it growing up but didn’t make a big deal out of it. Didn’t like a TV show? Turn the channel. Didn’t like a song? Turn off the radio. Pretty simple stuff. And it’s not like we didn’t have controversial entertainment. I remember one show—a sister and brother—she was a little bit country and he was a little bit rock and roll. It’s not right.

It’s still not right. Fact iswhenever anyone comes around to the evils of cancel culturelike a relative in rehabwe should support them. Even if they won’t support us. That’s the definition of sharing the risk.

And when you see people like Baldwin actually nervous about losing their own skinthey might actually put their own skin in the game. No matter how thin or leathery it may be. So I salute Baldwin’s stand against cancel culture. Or to put it in a way he’ll understand, gracias senor!

This article is adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s opening monologue on the May 17, 2021 에디션 “Gutfeld!”

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