Pat Sajak eviscerates college campus PC culture with one tweet

DCNFRob Shimshock, DCNF

“Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak eviscerated PC campus culture in a single tweet Tuesday morning.

“Enjoying the new PC College Dictionary, listing all the words and phrases acceptable on today’s modern campus,” Sajak said. “It’s interesting, informative, and—at just under 3 pages—a quick read.”

Sajak has hosted “Wheel of Fortune” for more than three decades but rarely advertises the show in his tweets, instead opting to make jokes and sometimes political commentary.

“I’m tired of sitting on the sidelines,” Sajak tweeted later that month. “Time to get involved, take a stand, make a difference. Announcing formation of Celebrities Who Mind Their Own Business. Join me now…before it’s too late.”

“New acceptance speech limitations announced for upcoming Academy Awards,” he joked. “15 seconds for thank-yous & 45 seconds for lectures.”

The “Wheel” host also pointed out seeming hypocrisy in a movie industry that rewards “socially responsible” titles but ignores violent ones.

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