You probably remember Chuck Woolery from his many years as a host on numerous short-lived game shows. He’s a very minor “celebrity” who seems to think that his opinion is more valuable than anyone else’s simply because one or two people recognize him when he walks down the street.
Woolery is also a devoted disciple of President Donald Trump. Recently, he tried to downplay the dangers of COVID-19 and shortly thereafter his son was diagnosed with the disease. Woolery took a sabbatical from Twitter after that happened, but he’s back now and once again working hard to boost his man Donald as the election draws closer.
What a joke. FOX poll shows Biden is more trustworthy than Trump?
— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) November 1, 2020
Gee, how could anyone possibly think Donald Trump isn’t trustworthy? It couldn’t have anything to do with the fact that he lies about everything, even when he’d be better served by simply using facts and truth. But Donnie has lied all his life, so he doesn’t know how to do anything else.
The Washington Post has tracked the president’s half-truths and lies since he took office and the count is now up to a whopping 22,247 and counting as of Aug. 27.
Woolery was mocked on social media for his incredible self-own and lack of awareness:
It weird to watch someone actively self destruct on twitter. Get help Chuck.
— 🌊a 10 million popular majority🌊 (@FamilyTruckster) November 2, 2020
Go away, irrelevant Chuckles. No one cares about your idiotic thoughts. 🙄
— Shannon Says, I was chasing my dreams, but tripped (@Shannadelic) November 1, 2020
Chuck Woolery is the Kirstie Alley of Wink Martindales.
— jen pal (@jennyrachelpal) November 1, 2020
— USNblackshoeRet (@nblackshoe) November 2, 2020
I think you’re the joke. Remember when he said covid will just disappear and then your son got it and you hid for a few days? Your son is probably one of the lucky ones.
— Serenity Now! (@lvsfgiants) November 2, 2020
Chuck Woolery is the man who left Wheel of Fortune more than 20 years ago when it was only a daytime show. Now look at how successful the show became without him. He had a great job and he could not even recognize it. What qualifies him to pick a president—NOTHING
— Rick (@response_w) November 1, 2020
What a joke: A former game show host endorsing a reality TV star for the most important position in the world.
— Holden Caulfield (@AthensSam) November 2, 2020
How can one be less trustworthy than Trump? That would violate some law of physics.
— Sapient Hominid (@wedietz) November 1, 2020
Sounds like Chuck needs to take another break from Twitter. And the next one should be for 50 years or so.
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