When a debate was live on the lawsuit TV a trend gone viral titled Bad News for Trump-Adjacent Weirdos Delights Seth Meyers. This was about 2021 election and the host made a lot of fun.
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Bad News for Trump-Adjacent Weirdos Delights Seth Meyers – Explained
Dominion Voting Systems’ claims that Mike Lindell, Rudy Giuliani, and Sidney Powell committed defamation were upheld by a federal judge who found that the company may move forward with its litigation. During Thursday’s episode of “Late Night,” Seth Meyers made fun of the people who believe election fraud conspiracy theories and referred to them as “Trump-adjacent weirdos.”
“Okay, so there are only two theories that make any sense for what took place here: Either a federal judge that was appointed by Donald Trump ruled that unfounded claims of election fraud made by three Trump allies were not exempt from defamation laws, or Hugo Chavez collaborated with China and the CIA to use Italian military satellites to hack the judge’s computer and alter his opinion, which was then printed out on paper smuggled in from China that was covered in bamboo fibres. Either way, the opinion of the judge was printed out on paper that was covered in bamboo fibres The only way we will ever know for certain is if we take the judge’s ruling to a remote cabin in Montana, study it with a very strong ultraviolet light, bury it in the backyard, wait three days, and then check to see if it rains. — SETH MEYERS
Meyers and Stephen Colbert focused the majority of their attention on Lindell, the Chief Executive Officer of MyPillow, whose reaction to the news was captured on video.
My new guilty pleasure is attending a conference just to see someone I care about get bad news in real time. — SETH MEYERS
“This week, he held a cybersymposium, for which he hired a cyberexpert’red team,’ and he gave them what he said was 37 terabytes of irrefutable evidence that hackers broke into election systems using intercepted ‘packet captures.'” “This week, he held a cybersymposium, for which he hired a cyberexpert’red team,’ and he gave them what he said You may be familiar with “packet captures” by its more colloquial name, “pillow cases.” “Packet captures” is, of course, a technical phrase. — STEVEN COLBERT COLBERT
“In all honesty, these cyberexperts are terrible. You go to school to get a degree in computer science, spend your whole career mastering a highly specialised skill that would actually be very helpful in today’s high-tech economy, and then a psycho pillow magnate hands you what I’m guessing is a garbage bag full of dry cleaning slips and CVS receipts and says, “I need you to switch who the president is.” You go to school to get a degree in computer science, spend your whole career mastering a highly specialised skill that — SETH MEYERS