“The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison is “deeply pathetic” for apologizing for comments about the cancellation culture after saying goodbye to the ABC series, “The Rubin Report” host Dave Rubin told “America’s Newsroom”.
“Look, I know you’re not a racist. You know you’re not a racist … but the moment you apologize to the awake mob, well, congratulations. Now you’re living on your knees forever,” Rubin said.
Harrison told “Good Morning America” early Thursday that he “made a mistake” in defending current “Bachelor” contestant Rachael Kirkconnell after photos resurfaced of her attending an “Old South” themed party in 2018.
The political commentator called Harrison’s apology “embarrassing” and argued that the host had lost respect for himself.
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“He had nothing to apologize for,” Rubin said. “This is so consistent with what we see happening everywhere from Mr. Potato Head to Dr. Seuss to the host of ‘The Bachelor.’
ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel warned his audience Tuesday that canceling “Dr. Seuss, Abe Lincoln and Mr. Potato Head” is Donald Trump’s “road to victory” in 2024.
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“His point is a bit correct, which is that the more the left wakes up it infringes on everyone’s ability to live a normal life and make everything absolutely political, well that will drive the rise of Trump again,” Rubin said.