David Letterman’s Sick Demand: Find A Way To Remove Trump From Office..
People that make their livings as entertainers should probably stick to that. I volunteered at the local community theater when I was in high school but that certainly doesn’t mean that I suddenly should be telling people how to run the county clerk’s office.
It’s getting to the point of being dangerous and I will tell you why. People know the faces of entertainers more than they know their own elected representatives. It’s a sad fact but if you asked someone to name the host of The Tonight Show or the name of their Senator; the majority of people simply will not be able to do it. That’s why when liberal celebrities begin saying that people should do this or that in terms of the President; these are trusted names to these people.
They aren’t some drunkard off the street, they are someone they let into their home on a regular basis for years. Late night talk show hosts have in effect tucked people into bed for decades so if David Letterman said jump there’s a lot of lemmings that would say how high.
I really wish Dave would have just grew his beard, enjoyed his retirement and just showed up for the occasional wellness check to make sure his hermit beard hadn’t strangled him yet. However, it seems that he wants to toss his hat into all of this. You aren’t going to remove Donald Trump from an office that he was justly elected to, there is just no way around it.
Former late-night television show host David Letterman says that people need to “stop whining” about President Donald Trump and instead “figure out a way” to remove him from office.
Speaking in an interview Monday with The Associated Press, Letterman said he’s “tired” of “people, daily, nightly, on all the cable news shows telling us there’s something wrong.”
Instead, Letterman said, “I just think we ought to direct our resources and our energies to doing something about it.”
“If the guy (Trump) was running Dairy Queen, he’d be gone,” Letterman said. “This guy couldn’t work at The Gap. So why do we have to be victimized by his fecklessness, his ignorance?”
Trump’s behavior, the former television host said, is “insulting” to the country.
“But it’s just the behavior is insulting to Americans, whether you voted for him or not – and I feel bad for people who did vote for him because he promised them things that they really needed and one wonders if he’s really going to come through,” Letterman continued. “I know there’s trouble in this country and we need a guy who can fix that trouble.”