See ya later, Tater!

See ya later, Tater!

CNN’s resident spud Brian Stelter was fired yesterday and since Fox News reported on it, Tater is bound to have heard.

The question is, how will people know what’s happening on the Fox News Channel now that Tater is gone, especially when you consider that his All Fox All the Time Sunday show “Reliable Sources” also got the ax?

Permit me a moment to gloat about getting this right.

I said on April 22 that Tater would be the next domino to fall, and I was right.

Fortunately, I’m not the kind of person who is skittish about saying “I told you so.”

Okay, gloating moment over.

I imagine Brian spent the evening anger-eating his body weight in donuts.

The only reason Tater even had an on-air job in the first place is that he was former CEO Jeff Zucker’s meat-puppet mini-me, dutifully burping out Zucker’s preferred political bias while hiding Zucker’s indiscretions.

As I said two years ago, in a sane world, Brian Stelter would’ve been the guy pushing a sandwich cart around the offices of CNN, not hosting his own show.

Between that high-pitched voice and a face made for radio, frankly, I’m surprised CNN’s new chief kept the sad little spud on the air for as long as he did.

I was raised never to take pleasure in somebody else’s misfortune, so you can imagine how difficult this week has been for me.

In a span of two days, Liz Cheney got beaten like a redheaded stepchild and Tater Stelter got fired.

I’m having to bite my cheeks to stop from grinning from ear-to-ear.

But let’s be honest.

Brian, like every other Democrat Stooge in Good Standing, will land on his feet.

That’s the wonderful thing about aligning with the Democrat Party.

Failure is a resumé-enhancer.

So while CNN may be losing its Tater, like in every game of Hot Potato, someone else will end up holding the spud.

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7 thoughts on “See ya later, Tater!

  • August 19, 2022 at 2:13 pm

    The highlight of reading PR is trying to guess what your next topic (OK, OK, your next TARGET) will be…
    It’s almost not any fun for me anymore. In terms of Kamala and ghost handshakes with Pee Paw, it was too easy to see how the lefty idiots set you up with ringers this week!

    Lizzy Lincoln and Tater! Too damn easy!!

  • August 19, 2022 at 3:06 pm

    Schadenfreude is glorious though, is it not?

  • August 19, 2022 at 5:51 pm

    “Jeff Zucker’s meat-puppet mini-me“……. That might be the most perfect description of Tater that I’ve ever heard, Dianny, and I’ve heard a lot of them from Gutfeld! Made me laugh out loud.

  • August 20, 2022 at 10:47 am

    Unfortunately the picture wasn’t wide angle enough to show the nearly empty box of Krispy Kremes on the desk. Just after the pic was photoshopped, oops, taken, Mr. Reliable (donut) Sources worked to get every last bit of ooey gooey goodness out of that drip/stain on his tie. Then he had to get packing, as he’s the next contestant on the CNN/CBS/MSNBC/NBC/ABC musical chairs unreality show. This little humpty dumpty is having a not-so-great fall, but won’t break anything, as he is well padded. His three previous viewers are holding their breath, waiting to see where he bobs to the surface. Greg Gutfeld, on the other hand, is in mourning, since his favorite, and most reliable, target is temporarily off the radar.

  • August 20, 2022 at 11:10 am

    With a physique similar to a child’s sippy-cup, Stelter won’t as much ‘land on his feet’ as he will simply return to an upright position.

  • August 20, 2022 at 9:12 pm

    Mark Dice most effected…

  • August 21, 2022 at 8:38 am

    Nice job of getting one last picture of him at his desk before they moved it to Storage B with any luck he’ll say or do some thing really stupid on his way out

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