One of the loudest voices of left-leaning liberalism is weighing in on the world of anti-Donald Trumpers and offering up a conclusion that seems more aligned with the right.
“What can I say? Even a broke[n] clock is right twice a day,” Right Wing News reported.
So who’s the voice of liberalism that’s left his left-wing bat cave to come into the world of sanity?
None other than Piers Morgan, who’s taken up pen to paper in the Daily Mail to slam celebrities who’ve been outraged of late at the election of Donald Trump, and who think their opinions are being watched and well-regarded by the more common man everywhere. As Morgan writes: Not.
“There’s a video currently going viral starring Yoko Ono, in which she gives her response to Donald Trump’s election … It lasts about 15 seconds and consists of Yoko emitting a long, strangled, mournful, high-pitched scream,” Morgan writes.
— Yoko Ono (@yokoono) November 11, 2016
He likens the display of emotion to a lobster being boiled in a pot.
“Ono’s hysterical reaction perfectly epitomizes the ludicrously over-the-top global meltdown by the planet’s celebrities to the result of a fair, open and democratic election,” Morgan goes on.
Morgan also pokes fun of the actor Sir Patrick Stewart, who called Trump’s election one of the worst things in the world for the last 100 years – worse, apparently, than two world wars, atomic bombings, September 11 and more – and of Lady Gaga, who joined protesters outside Trump Tower in New York.
“Gaga then urged her Twitter followers to sign a petition demanding the Electoral College cast their votes on December 19 for Hillary Clinton because Mr. Trump is unfit to serve,” Morgan wrote.
And finally, Morgan mocked the women who “stripped for Hillary,” concluding after Trump’s win: “I’m doing the math and it seems your flesh didn’t prove to be quite the vote-winning turn-on you both imagined.”