In Gutfeld's America, President Biden is a doddering geezer. The mainstream media is essentially a house organ for the left. And the nation isn't engaged in a necessary national conversation on race, and racial disparities in housing, health care and employment...
The silliness - he loves poop and flatulence jokes, and salts the program with low-production skits and Trumpian name-calling - is folded into surefire right-wing pleasers such as criticism of coronavirus vaccine mandates and mask requirements. Gutfeld is vaccinated. He asked Trump on-air recently to help persuade his wife, who is skeptical about vaccines, to get immunized. Gutfeld says he was trying to persuade viewers that Trump, whose supporters have been far less likely to get vaccinated, is unfairly portrayed by the media as anti-vaccine.
...Colorado State University associate professor Nick Marx, says they hope to issue a "warning" that conservative comedians are already a force in building a broader and younger coalition of true believers and converts, and that liberals ignore them at their peril.
Good article. As the quote from Nick Marx reveals, it's a tad Gutfeld phobic and paranoid.
As perplexed as Blue MAGA progressives are, there is a rising tide of younger believers and converts. They're attracted to Gutfeld's smirky libertarianism not, say, Rachel and her nasty progressivism.