Daily Show co-creator rips ‘f**king sh*tty’ viewers after SB ad dubs Gutfeld ‘king of late night comedy’

The popularity of Fox News host Greg Gutfeld has left-wingers weeping and gnashing their teeth as the “new king of late night comedy” will be featured in an ad during Sunday’s Super Bowl, typically the most-watched television event of the year.

One of those who is throwing a temper tantrum over the “Gutfeld!” commercial, one of many that will be run by Fox as is customary for whichever network broadcasts the big game to promote their own content with “house” ads, is Lizz Winstead, the co-creator of “The Daily Show,” the popular Comedy Central program that mixes Democratic party talking points with comedic content into a cocktail of pure stupidity served up by the likes of Jon Stewart and Trevor Noah.

In remarks that some might be inclined to believe are based on more than a small amount of jealousy, Winstead sniped at not only the Fox News funnyman whose hit show “Gutfeld!” has been mopping the floor with the competition but also his viewers who she bitterly characterized as “f**king sh*tty people in a typically vulgar rant from a dyed-in-the-wool leftist.

During a recent appearance on SiriusXM’s “The Dean Obedeillah Show,” Winstead whined about the fact that Gutfeld is kicking ass and taking names, refusing to acknowledge that his style is appealing to an audience seeking fresh alternatives in a marketplace that is oversaturated with “woke” garbage and smarmy water carriers for the Biden regime.

While the host, an authoritarian crank only slightly to the left of Stalin, grudgingly gave Gutfeld his props with the caveat that he is the beneficiary of having his show air before the rest of the late-night lineup, Winstead refused to acknowledge the newly crowned king’s success, instead grousing about supporters of former President Donald J. Trump, a man who has lived rent-free inside of the skulls of leftists for years, an unwelcome presence that has been a windfall for therapists in Hollywood, Beverly Hills and New York City.

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“He ain’t funny to me, but we see that there’s an audience out there for sh*t like that, there’s an audience out there for sh*t like Joe Rogan, there’s an audience out there of f**king sh*tty people. 70 million people voted for Trump,” Winstead whined. “Like Fox News, those people are going to laugh at sh*t we think is f**ked up.”

“He makes jokes about sh*t that I care about, which is gross. I think that whole situation’s gross,” she complained, making it all about herself.

It’s easy to see how the Gutfeld ad would strike a nerve with the likes of Winstead and her ilk, it completely mocks them and their entire pathetic, humor-free existence as serfs for the Democratic party elite.

In the ad, the host who is wearing a robe and crown and carrying a scepter is led through a set to a throne with appearances by his fellow “Gutfeld!” co-hosts Kat Timpf and Tyrus and his own dog Gus who is also wearing a robe and crown and sitting on a throne.

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, commercials during this year’s championship contest between the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles run in the neighborhood of “$7 million for 30-second ad spots.

“Sorry, these ads are pricey,” quips Gutfeld in the 20-second spot.

“I would never want to go on that show, it would never benefit me in any way,” complained Winstead who probably shouldn’t carve out too much time sitting by her phone waiting for an invitation.

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Republished with permission from American Wire News Service


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