Howard Stern Tries To Turn Will Smith’s Oscars Slap Into Anti-Trump Story

Radio host Howard Stern couldn’t hold his Trump Derangement Syndrome at bay for 72 hours. Like others on the left, Stern tried to turn the “slap heard round the world” into commentary attacking former President Donald Trump. 

As everyone on the planet surely knows by now, actor Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock on live TV for making a joke about Smith’s wife.

On Monday, Stern, like everyone else on the planet, was discussing the events of Sunday night, and couldn’t help himself from making Trump the focus.

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Confusion Followed by Sensibility

Howard Stern began by saying that, like a lot of other people who watched as it happened, he questioned whether or not it was for real or just a comedy bit, perhaps Chris Rock was just trying to inject some humor into a ceremony that can become, as Stern described, “long and boring.”

Stern made a good point about security for those who are still wondering.

“…With a lot of force, smacks him right in the mouth on TV. Now the first thing I said to myself was ‘what the f— is going on, is this a bit?’ because where is security? This is a live television event!” 

Stern, however, seemed to be channeling his inner grumpy old man here and joining in on the mental pretzel twisting. It was somehow all Trump’s fault.

“Not one person came out, because he’s Will Smith, this is how Trump gets away with sh–. Trump is Will Smith. He decided he’s going to take matters into his own hands. He made the decision to take matters into his own hands at a moment when all is lost. Man, bad timing. Calm your f—ing ass down.”

Will Smith and Donald Trump are the same man? Is there anything in war against a foreign nation and an award show for movies that has to do with it?

Is it important? Does it have to be logical? It could be used as an excuse to attack Trump.

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Others Climbing On The ‘It’s Trump’s Fault’ Bandwagon

Howard Stern is not the first to come up with the idea that two Hollywood types engaged in a slap fight equals Donald Trump’s fault. Many people view it as an example of intellectual brilliance.

Asha Rangappa, a former CNN analyst and FBI special agent, connected these dots quickly and tweeted this gem.

The episode also gave people, who had been downright obsessed by Trump, a fresh event to talk about.

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Howard Stern’s Death:

In the 90’s, when the term “shock jock” became popular, people immediately thought of Howard Stern. Howard Stern was unabashedly vulgar and raunchy.

However, he was an advocate for free speech and spoke out his opinion. His show was able to go from terrestrial radio and satellite radio because of freedom of speech. 

Howard Stern is now the guy who advocated in January that, “Now if you don’t get it (the vaccine), in my America, all hospitals would be closed to you. You’re going to go home and die.”

During the controversy surrounding Joe Rogan’s podcast where Rogan talked about his own battle with COVID, Stern said Rogan should apologize for his comments and just say, “I’m wrong, and go get the vaccine before you die.”

It’s often lamented that the radicals from yesteryear have become conformist older men today. Howard Stern’s current situation may be summarized in a tweet.