Larry the Cable Guy weighed in with his opinion of the 2016 presidential candidates during an airing of “Fox and Friends.” The Blue Collar comedian, whose real name is Daniel Lawrence Whitney, is still unsure who he is going to vote for come November. The only thing he is sure of is who he will NOT be voting for.
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“I know who I’m not voting for,” he said. “I’ll give you the initials — Hillary Clinton.” He continued, “Hillary will be the end of the country, that’s all I got to say.” Whitney added that this election has left him torn because while he wants “a change,” he has not been able to make up his mind about Donald Trump and Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
“It’s not like it used to be. If you pick somebody, people want to beat you up, give you death threats. Nobody’s civil,” the 53-year-old comic said Tuesday. “Ever since social media came along, everybody’s a jerk. So if you say, ‘I kind of like Trump, I kind of like the things he says,’ you’re always a racist.”
The Cable Guy mentioned he might end up voting for the Republican presidential nominee. He added that Trump supporters have become automatically labeled as “racist” simply if they voice positive opinions of the billionaire mogul.
The Cable Guy used a bathroom analogy to describe this presidential election. “It’s kind of like the choice is, let’s see, do I want to poop my pants, or do I want someone else to poop my pants?” Whitney said. “So I don’t know. I think I’ll go with pooping my own pants — that outta give you an answer right there.”
He concluded “Well, I don’t know if it gives you an answer, but it keeps you thinking right there.”