Scott Baio has completely lost his mind. But, I guess when the checks stop coming in you gotta figure out how to stay relevant in some way, even if it is supporting an orange sociopath who is currently running for President of the United States.
Anyway, fast forward to this week’s Republican National Convention, which I only watched because I KNEW it was going to be filled with jokes, but I didn’t know that it would be filled with glorious, life-ending, stuttering-causing shade – my favorite!
Insert MSNBC’s Tamron Hall. She had an interview with Chachi, a clearly staunch republican who is very vocal about his disapproval of President Obama.
He has also tweeted out incredibly disrespectful images, that have nothing to do with policy or values – they’re just plain mean.
Chachi spends the beginning of the interview claiming to have church values, and a strong moral compass until he gets tongue tied when Hall goes IN on him. She basically calls him out on his hypocrisy, underlying racist tone and outwardly sexist comments about Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton, and then Ms. Hall goes, “Did you think about THAT in church?”
I said…OOOP! And I clenched my pearls.
She then called him out on his own pettiness, because he blocked her on social media. To which Chachi responded with, “That might have been a mistake.”
Was it? Was it really a mistake Chachi?
After that, he fumbled over trying to defend himself and got really defensive, while Hall remained cool as a cucumber. Chachi tries to insinuate that she is bringing race into the picture and she claps back with “Let me tell you, I do this for a living, you can’t chop my words up.”
And, that was a wrap. Cut and print.
The most beautiful thing about the whole interview was that Tamron Hall simply presented the facts, and Chachi couldn’t take it. All I’m saying is, don’t come to the game if you ain’t ready to lose, Chachi.