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Dennis Miller and Fox’s Kennedy Take on Robert DeNiro

Dennis Miller is a conservative comedian and political pundit – comic pundit? – who is somehow surviving in an era when artists, who should be at the vanguard of defending free expression, are instead leading a jihad against conservatives and anyone who supports President Trump

“Artistic expression should be all-encompassing. If people disagree with you, they are not evil,” Miller said during a Fox Business appearance with Kennedy, who also hails from show business. The two went after Robert DeNiro for his foul-mouthed denunciation of Trump at the Tony Awards, which drew a standing ovation.

“We’re at a point with all of this where it’s beyond trying to see another person’s point of view,” DeNiro said during an interview a couple of months ago.

How typical of the left, to shut down freedom in order to supposedly save it. And they call Trump the fascist . . .

The former SNL Weekend Update host also has a great podcast you should check out, “The Dennis Miller Option.” It’s one of the few podcasts I take the time to listen to. He obviously has an IQ somewhere in the mid-160s, and he riffs on political issues with perspicacity, humor, and all sorts of creative, arcane and colorful references to the culture past and present.

“In the future, hopefully, everybody will be not famous for 15 minutes,” he said during a recent podcast talking about the narcissism of the current social media-obsessed culture.

On political correctness: “Our abrasion zone as far as being upset or insulted has been tightened down like Lou Ferrigno working an Indy 500 lugnut wrench.”

Doesn’t get much better than that!

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8 Responses to Dennis Miller and Fox’s Kennedy Take on Robert DeNiro

  1. Words matter and how they’re spoken matters, too.
    The phrase used by Punchy has many interpretations:
    1. The phrase could mean to ignore the person/thing described – as in ‘F the police, we’re doing this’.

    2. The phrase could be an invitation to harm the person/thing described – as in ‘F xxx, he deserves a beat-down’.
    MrPunchy seems to believe that insulting the POTUS puts him on the same level, or worse, that he is qualified to assume superiority over MrTrump..

  2. Dennis Miller is hysterical. My husband and I love listening to him. He used to be on Bill O’Reilly frequently and toured with him. Long ago when he had his own show on cable, we marveled at his wit and yes his intelligence.

  3. Hollywood is afraid Trump will expose There behind the scene deviant loves.
    1. Pedophiles
    2. So many transvestites
    3. Secret deviant sex (spirit cooking)
    4. Women abuse and child trafficking
    5. Murders and dissolving bodies in acid
    6. Sex Slaves
    They have a lot to Hide and they know Trump is coming for them!

  4. Kennedy & Miller, though agreeable to listen to, do not provide (as the IG report does not) the Absolute shock of atomic proportions that would shed these minds sealed with the tattoo of the beast.

  5. Always Remember: God is still in control, and man’s free will is shining through in disastrous proportions. The Hollywood dumpster is filling up, for certain. The sign has been rotting for some time, perhaps as a prelude to what has happened and is happening there.

  6. Thank you, Mr. Koffler! This is a great find. I remember Kennedy from MTV, but she has matured into a really interesting, entertaining person, and Miller is always gold.