On Tuesday, late-night television Host Greg Gutfeld defended the decision by Twitter's new owner, Elon Musk, to end the social media company’s $13 million dollar a year free lunch program for employees.
While Musk has been vilified by liberal media for cancelling free lunches, comedian/commentator Gutfeld sided with him, while simultaneously taking a shot at Joy Behar, co-host of the rabid, left-wing talk television show, “The View”:
“On Sunday, he announced plans to end free lunches at Twitter headquarters, saying the meals cost the company $13 million bucks a year. That’s still $2 million less than ‘The View’ spends on feeding Joy Behar.”
“But, Musk making a sound business call made it even more evil. One Democrat activist wrote, ‘He fired three-fourths of the employees. Now, he’s planning to starve the rest of them,” Gutfeld noted, responding, “Yeah, they’re all going to die because their bosses won’t cover their sushi.”
“And what does Elon know about business, anyway? I mean, he’s just the world’s richest man – unlike some unemployed, 32 year-old activist moaning on Twitter about food,” Gutfeld continued.
“The bottom line: it’s great watching someone run a company with full transparency,” Gutfeld said, comparing Musk’s style to that of outspoken former President Donald Trump:
“Even more, Musk is willing to ask seemingly-obvious questions that no one ever had the guts to ask. Does that remind you of anyone?
“Yeah. When Trump was in office, he would question everything, from trade with China to the water pressure of showers.”