Titans of late-night talk shows such as David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon haven't had much to say about the endless blunders of the Biden administration, but funnyman Larry the Cable Guy, real name Daniel Lawrence Whitney, has not held back with his opinion of our current president.
On August 15, as the situation in Afghanistan spiraled out of control, the veteran of Blue Collar Comedy broke down the situation into terms his fans could understand.
The comedian wrote on Twitter, “Our country’s leadership right now reminds me of a Wal-mart on Black Friday when only 2 cashiers are working and no one can find a manager.”
Our country’s leadership right now reminds me of a wal-mart on Black Friday when only 2 cashiers are working and no one can find a manager.
— Larry The Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry) August 15, 2021
Later he responded to a post about the U.N. Ambassador’s comment that due to “a very strongly worded press statement” administration officials, “[expects] the Taliban to respect women’s rights” and "be respectful of humanitarian law.”
Larry cracked, “Nothing scares terrorists more than a strongly worded press statement.”
Nothing scares terrorists more than a strongly worded press statement. 🤦🏼♂️. pic.twitter.com/VTKbuC7GJE
— Larry The Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry) August 18, 2021
He also shared the video of Daily Wire contributor Matt Walsh shaming a Nashville public school board for requiring kids to wear face masks. The same video that put Carrie Underwood on the left's bad side after she "liked" it on Twitter.
Larry is certainly no two-bit hack, regardless of his political stance. He has no shame in showing support for the right side of the political divide even poking fun at Mike Pence, saying, “Wait… I thought Pence was the first humanoid robot,” while recounting a narrative about the new robotic technology invented by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Wait... I thought Pence was the first humanoid Robot. pic.twitter.com/dUfoBvuFUa
— Larry The Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry) August 20, 2021