Seth Meyers Attacks His Own Audience to Stem DNC Revolt: "You Have to be Quiet Now"

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jul. 28, 2016

This is hilarious.

For those who don't know, which is probably everyone, Seth Meyers has his own late night TV show on NBC which panders to the far-left every night.

I would guess over half of those who watch it are die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters, if not more.

Attacking them, from a business perspective, makes absolutely no sense.

Nonetheless, Meyers did so right after the Bernie Sanders supporter revolt on Tuesday, attacking them for being too "white" and ordering them to "be quiet."



Here's some of the highlights from Newsbusters:
“You have to be quiet now. Now is the time to be quiet,” comedy news host Seth Meyers said as he finished his session upbraiding the Bernie-or-bust voters, who booed throughout the DNC and protested outside.

[...]“Look I know you’re Bernie or bust, but the results are in. Bust won. We don’t have time for this. Donald Trump is ahead in the polls. The house is on fire. Stop crying because we didn’t put it out with your hose,” he scolded.

[...]“I tuned in last night, and there was more white booing than the Casper movie.”

[....]“I don’t know what class you ditched to go to those Bernie rallies, but I have a feeling it was history,” he joked.

To those Bernie supporters who might object that no one they know is voting for Trump, Meyers retorts, “Did you ask everybody in your yoga class? Did you check with the entire drum circle.”

Meyers’ segment didn’t fail to use Sarah Silverman’s simple ad hominem from when she too had to upbraid the Bernie-or-bust folks. Just like Silverman, he called Bernie supporters who cannot bring themselves to vote for Hillary, “ridiculous.”
This shows without question Meyers has absolutely no autonomy over "his" show.

His masters told him to attack his own audience and most die-hard fans, so he did it.

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