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If you watched our show last night, you know that one of our producers, Gene Nelson, got stuck in the elevator for hours, even as we were taping the show.
Well, the firefighters actually freed Gene, and he was taken to a local hospital where they examined his knee, which was apparently strained when the elevator temporarily plunged.
We’re glad he’s doing well, however, and wish him well in his future career endeavours. Yes, we fired him. He missed a show, and that’s the way it is.
Come on, I run a TV show here, not fucking IHOP. I just wish I had the chance to meet him first.
So speaking of trapped, should we talk about Taylor Lorenz? You probably don’t know her, but whatever.
She was a dishonest former New York Times reporter, as if that narrowed things down.
Who made his living crawling the web, trying to find people to cancel for saying inappropriate things. She’s a real bitch.
She then became a dishonest Washington Post reporter to do the same. That’s the advantage of being left-handed: messing around only gets you a better job elsewhere.
But in between being a slimy slug, she took to MSNBC to talk about how she was mobbed online.
GREG GUTFELD: THE LEFT HAVE DISCONNECTED PUNISHMENT FROM CRIME
MSNBC HOST: Can you draw a picture of what it’s like when a wave of bullying hits?
TAYLOR LORENZ: It’s completely overwhelming. It’s horrible, and it’s not just me either. You know, they immediately dox you and go after your family members. They try to find everyone who has ever been associated with you.
You feel like any little information that comes your way will be used by the worst people on the internet to destroy your life. And it’s so isolating. It’s horrible. I am really sorry. It’s overwhelming. It’s really difficult.
It really is.
There’s nothing funny about trying to make people’s lives unbearable through online harassment.
Well, unless that happens to someone who makes a living making people’s lives unbearable through online harassment, then that’s funnier than Tyrus trying on clothes at Lululemon.
You see, Lorenz was a breathless online cop who once eavesdropped on an online chat and falsely accused a tech lead of using a slur. After being caught, Lorenz bravely locked her account.
Meanwhile, like an evil Santa Claus, she kept a blog of the names of people who said things she thought were problematic. She was her own cancel culture machine, a moron, a thug, a bully and, when it suited her, a victim.
But now, just weeks after claiming to have severe PTSD – severe PTSD – after being doxxed, which she says was due to her gender, she is back to her old stuff, reaching out to friends and family of the woman behind the popular “Libs of Tik Tok Twitter account”.
Lorenz claims the woman’s posts were anti-gay and incited outrage, even though users posted the content themselves, it is true that the account shows unedited and already public videos of leftists in all their green-haired splendor.
But Lorenz was so obsessed that she even attacked someone with a similar name, which is like I was making drug jokes about “Pat Timpf.”
The Washington Post published its article, with the name of the TikTok lady and a link to the list of her professional real estate license with her address. It’s doxxing by definition.
Victim called Tucker last night. Let’s play this.
TUCKER-CARLSON: How has it affected your life, this play by Jeff Bezos?
TIK TOK LIBS: I have to make travel plans, you know, real quick, but I’m in a place now where I don’t think anyone would find me, not any of the places that Taylor Lorenz divulged.
Hmm. So after claiming she was being targeted, Taylor Lorenz goes back to targeting the people she demonizes by hiding behind the lie that she fights bigotry, when in fact she is having a blast and the Washington Post defends it.
The newspaper denies publishing any private information about Lorenz’s target, but they did. Sure, they eventually removed the link, but what you post online lasts forever. Just like those cheesecake pictures of Stuart Varney – he actually eats cheesecake there.
Now, in the good old days before social media, Lorenz’s behavior would have cost him a job and wouldn’t even be a job, in fact.
She does the opposite of speaking truth to power, instead using her position of power to target the plebs.
That takes a lot of bullets, right? I put it up there with our great reporters covering the war on the ground in Ukraine.
Now you have heard the phrase “Live by the sword, die by the sword”. Well, I made it up after living with my college roommate Steve Sword. He was a wild man, he almost killed me.
But when you live by the crowd, you will be crushed by the crowd. What circulates eventually arrives. She’s like the mental patient who attacks an old woman on the street, and when the cops show up to physically shoot her, he yells, “Police brutality!”
How can she play the victim? Imagine working with someone like that.
STAFF 1: I can’t stand bullying anymore. Everyone is so mean to me, and I just can’t stand the disrespect and how hurtful they are. OK, I’m a victim. Very well. I am the victim.
STAFF 2: Can I still go home?
STAFF 1: Three more hours. Shut up, Jerry.
As for Lorenz, she worked in large and powerful media companies. She has power and influence. She can ruin you just by accusing you of saying something and then amplifying it. Even if she is 100% wrong, she will never apologize.
You are only collateral damage.
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She’s a grown woman with a huge media business behind her, exposing people’s private lives. Maybe that’s why she’s unhappy.
It’s not about being targeted at all. It’s about how she targets others. Lorenz enjoyed the hunting and scalping that comes with cancel culture, until it came for it. And yet, she can’t stop.
She is just one example of someone who makes a living by depriving others of making a living. She decries the crowd unless she directs it.
So if anyone wants to demonstrate in front of their house, here is the address: This is No. 1 Hypocrite Ave., Jerkville, USA, Apt. 666.