Fox’s “business show,” hosted comedian Lenny Clarke to share “his thoughts on the 2016 race.” That included tasteless jokes about Jimmy Carter’s and Bernie Sanders’ age and an even more tasteless joke about Jews.
Before Clarke got to the jokes about Democrats, he and host Neil Cavuto gave some props to Donald Trump whose support, they agreed, is understated.
“People are dropping like flies,” Clarke said about Trump’s opponents. “I just hope Bernie can live long enough to beat Hillary.”
Clarke continued, “He’s a 74-year old avowed socialist from Vermont, Jewish – I love the Jews! Lenny Clarke, friend of the Jews!”
Then, just to show what a “friend of the Jews” he is, Clarke added, “I married a Jew! …It didn’t work out. …My wife divorced me, said, ‘It’s just business.’”
Cavuto laughed. “Incredible,” he said appreciatively.
Later, Cavuto showed a photo of a young Pat Caddell with Jimmy Carter “whose career he made, you know, got him into the White House.” But, Cavuto complained, “He got him into the Oval Office and he’s not even looking at Jimmy Carter.”
“What does that say to you?” Cavuto asked Clarke.
My first thought was that it says Fox News “Democrat” Caddell wasn’t a real Democrat even when he worked for Carter.
But Clarke said, “I don’t know. I know this. I know Jimmy Carter is staying alive ‘cause he thinks President Obama makes him look good.”
Clarke redeemed himself a bit after that, when he and Cavuto agreed that whoever is president deserves the respect of being “looked in the eye.”
Then the two began joking about not respecting Caddell. “As Donald Trump would say, you’re fired,” Clarke joked.
Watch this “business news” below, from the February 10 Your World.
He and has-been Nugent can hook up and marry each other.
Talk about dust-up! Gun owners are demanding the NRA remove Teddy from the board after the has-been posted anti-semetic rant about Jews and anti-gun laws.
The Foxies and their mouthpieces will not rehabiliate old Uncle Ted. You see, the NRA pays these mouthpieces lots of dollars to make special appearances at their events. The mouthpieces understand that throwing the NRA under the bus means the end of those lucrative speaking engagements. Also, the NRA spends money advertising on Fox “News.”
NOTE TO MASSES
Grab a large bucket of popcorn. The NRA/Ted Nugent main attraction has just begun.