As Twitchy reported earlier, Michelle Wolf’s ‘performance’ at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner was so obnoxious that even some members of the media called it out. Like Maggie Haberman of the New York Times:

Now, we imagine Michelle expected the Right to be angry and even disturbed by the horribly misogynistic things she said about Sarah Sanders, but clearly, she didn’t expect any pushback from the Left or the media itself.

You can tell from her smug and quite frankly gross reply:

When you need to rely on being hateful and mean to be ‘funny,’ that’s Michelle Wolf’s whole schtick.

And sadly enough, she wasn’t even all that funny.

That’s putting it nicely.

If the media’s goal was to divide the country and make us dislike them even more, they succeeded.

Funny how these same people who claim to champion women are the first to attack them when they disagree politically.

And not funny in a good way.

But still funnier than her standup.


WHOA: Even journalists thought the #WHCD was AWFUL

CNN’s coverage of Trump-free #WHCD (now known as ‘event honoring the First Amendment’) was fit for a moon shot