Pat Sajak: People Who Vote 'Based on Recommendations of Celebrities Should Not be Allowed to Vote'

By Mark Judge | September 9, 2016 | 3:16pm EDT

"Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak doesn't endorse political candidates. And he thinks people who base their votes on celebrity endorsements "should not be allowed to vote."

Sajak made the point in a recent tweet, which read, "I don't endorse candidates, and people who vote based on recommendation of 'celebrities' should not be allowed to vote."

"Wheel of Fortune" is one of the longest running syndicated game show programs in the America. It launched in 1975 and Sajak has hosted since 1983.









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