Late-night host Seth Meyers rudely alienates half the country with a ‘special message’ for Trump voters

If you are an American who supports President Donald Trump, late night comedian Seth Meyers has a special message for you.

The NBC late-night host echoed rapper Eminem‘s anti-Trump freestyle rant with one of his own, calling on viewers to “get off the fence” and choose whether they support Trump or his show.

You read that correctly. More liberal tolerance:

“I was inspired by that,” Meyers said after playing a clip of the rapper’s video. “So tonight I say to any fans of this show who are also big fans of Donald Trump: it’s time to make a decision guys. Get off the fence.”

The viral video of Eminem’s freestyle rap, “The Storm” was released Tuesday at the BET Awards, and was instantly praised by the left for its disgusting anti-Trump message.

“And if you can’t decide who you like more and you’re split on who you should stand beside, I’ll do it for you with this. F*** you!” the famous Detroit rapper told any of his fans who still support the president, as he gave the camera a middle finger.

Meyers found that inspiring.

“Do you support him or do you support this show that constantly mocks and denigrates everything about him?” he asked “Late Night” viewers.

“My name is Seth and I’m here to say: If you like Trump, then go away,” he said in a mock rap before putting up his middle finger.

Way to alienate at least half the nation, since not only are Trump supporters out, but there still plenty of sane people around who might not like Trump, but wouldn’t approve of this.

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On Twitter, there was a collective head shaking as users reacted to the “new low.”

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Frieda Powers

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