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Liberals in Hollywood may be loud, but there are still some sane voices in the crowd there.
Pat Sajack is one of them.
In response to the Will & Grace co-stars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing’s call to put together a blacklist of Trump supporters, Sajack posted a creative, hilarious tweet to put the ridiculousness of the call on full display through the analogy of hot dog condiments!
Here’s what Sajack said on Twitter (get prepared to burst out laughing):
Sajack's tweet was welcomed with open arms by patriots on Twitter, who thanked him for the refreshing humor.
Check out these response tweets:
This Twitter user hilariously added on to Sajack's analogy to apply to the 2020 election:
LaCorte News gave a great overview on the circumstances surrounding Pat Sajack's tweet:
Sajak's comments come after "Will & Grace" actor Eric McCormack asked for everyone attending an upcoming fundraiser for President Trump's re-election campaign in Beverly Hills to be outed. "Hey, @THR, kindly report on everyone attending this event," he wrote, "so the rest of us can be clear about who we don't want to work with. Thx," McCormack tweeted.
McCormack drew a flood of criticism and attempted to walk back his comments.
"I want to be clear about my social media post from last week, which has been misinterpreted in a very upsetting way," McCormack said on Instagram. "I absolutely do not support blacklists or discrimination of any kind, as anyone who knows me would attest. I'd simply like to understand where Trump's major donations are coming from, which is a matter of public record."
"I am holding myself responsible for making educated and informed that I can morally and ethically stand by and to do that, transparency is essential."
This is not the first time Sajak has ridiculed celebrities. Last month he said: "As you probably know, we celebrities are uniquely qualified to tell you how to live and what to think, and I take that responsibility seriously. I’m working hard, and I expect to have my list of rules available in a week or so. Meantime, just do your best on your own."
The Daily Wire also said:
On Thursday, nauseated by the constant threats by Leftists to out their targets on the political Right at the slightest provocation, "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak, whose excursions into Twitter humor have made him a virtual legend among conservatives on Twitter, issued another hilarious tweet, this time mocking the outing mentality.
Sajak tweeted: "I, like so many others, truly dislike ketchup on hotdogs, and I prefer not to be around anyone who uses ketchup on hotdogs. I call upon all hotdog stands to post a list of those who ask for ketchup on their hotdogs."When Woody Paige, sports columnist and frequent guest on "Around The Horn," responded on Twitter, "Mustard, chili, cheese, hot sauce. Or just mustard and a bit of relish. Ketchup is for fries, not hot dogs. Mustard and hot dog together introduced at 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis. Ketchup first put on hot dog at 1962 Mets game by a foolish fan," Sajak was ready and waiting with a laugh-out-loud rejoinder: "You might be giving this too much thought."
In mid-August, Sajak gave a hint of what was to come when he tweeted, "I woke up feeling virtuous this morning. I think I’ll find something to boycott and then tweet about it. Never let it be said I’m not doing my part. #LookAtMe."