The world is still in shock from Will Smith’s disgraceful episode at the Academy Awards.
He was somehow allowed to march onstage, slap Chris Rock, curse on live television, and later win an award.
And one comic said something about Smith’s meltdown that will turn your stomach.
Will Smith embarrassed himself when he attacked comedian Chris Rock at the Academy Awards after Rock told a mild joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s bald head.
Since the jaw-dropping incident, entertainment celebrities have almost universally condemned the episode.
But late night “comedian” Stephen Colbert made light of the episode to attack Fox News’ Peter Doocy, one of the few members of the White House press corps that asks challenging questions.
Colbert showed a clip of Biden replying to Doocy’s valid questions about the potential use of chemical weapons.
Colbert claimed he would make an “exception” for Doocy to get publicly slapped.
Last Night in Comedy:@StephenAtHome: FNC’s Peter Doocy should be “slapped” for asking Biden to clarify his Russia comments pic.twitter.com/8ATENEWUuV
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 30, 2022
Doocy’s question was quite relevant.
When Biden was questioned about the U.S. response to Russia’s hypothetical use of chemical weapons in Ukraine, he said NATO would respond “in kind.”
Up until ten minutes ago, that was understood to mean that there would be a retaliation with equal force.
But the use of chemical weapons is in direct contravention of the Geneva Protocol of 1925 that explicitly bans them.
To act as if Doocy deserved to be smacked for asking that question is truly absurd.
Biden’s comments were such a blunder that National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan had to publicly state that the “United States has no intention of using chemical weapons, period, under any circumstances.”
Biden has developed a nasty habit of saying something ridiculous, then defiantly rebuking anyone who questioned the meaning of his words.
He did the same thing when he advocated for regime change in Moscow.
During a speech in Poland, Biden said, “For God’s sake, this man [Putin] cannot remain in power.”
Later, the administration and Biden himself walked back the statement and scoffed at the notion that he actually was calling for regime change.
Someone should’ve told neocon Bill Kristol and the Lincoln Project grifters regime change was off the menu because they were overjoyed by Biden’s line, comparing it favorably to Ronald Reagan’s “tear down this wall” speech.
Apparently, Biden needs a mind reader that can interpret his true meaning and break it down for the American people.
Regardless, establishment hacks like Stephen Colbert will defend the regime and suggest that reporters should be slapped for questioning it.
These are the same Democrats that freaked out at the sight of a meme of Donald Trump body-slamming the CNN logo.