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Dr. Oz Goes Viral For Boneheaded “Crudité” Video


Ah, relatability, that seemingly unreachable yet highly coveted attribute of the politician.

It’s one of the many reasons President Trump does so well with voters—particularly grassroots conservative voters. He’s a hard-working, hard-swearing, American businessman with a flair for showmanship and love for this country.

He does the populism thing really well. So much so that he has essentially created an anti-war, anti-corporate, anti-government right-wing movement—something I never thought I would see in my lifetime and the reason I am here.

Then there’s the android known as Dr. Mehmet Oz

In case you missed it, there is a video that has since gone viral of Oz in the supermarket purchasing ingredients for a $20 crudité that his wife supposedly requested.

Oz is clearly grasping and clawing at anything in an attempt to make him relatable to the average GOP voter, but if this is his take on relatability, I don’t even want to know how he actually is.

A $20 crudité is not the way to reach conservative voters. Before researching this article, I didn’t even know what crudité was.

Perhaps Dr.Oz should have put on the hard hat and gone to the job site, maybe he should have gone to the supermarket and attempted to teach people how to realistically stretch their Dollar during this time of crushing inflation…

I don’t know, I am not a public relations professional, but $20 crudité? C’mon man!

This isn’t my opinion alone, just take a look at the absolute roasting he received in response to the video:

Mediaite took note of the doctor’s ridiculous video and captured his response from a Newsmax interview:

“You know what I joke about? A crudité, which is a way of speaking about how ridiculous it is that you can’t even put vegetables on a plate in the middle of a campaign,” Oz added trying to turn the tables on the use of the term.


Rolling Stone writes:

Public records show Oz owns a total of 10 properties in both the United States and Turkey, including: a 9,000-square-foot mansion and a condo in New Jersey; a 7,000-square-foot house in Pennsylvania; two condos in Manhattan; a beachfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida; a farm in Okeechobee, Florida; two residential properties in Sariyer, Turkey; and an apparent student dorm in Konya, Turkey.

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