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Adam Carolla Insists AOC “Sounds Like an Idiot” and Refuses to Apologize

The ability to apologize in an appropriate manner is an essential ability to have in life. However, according to Adam Carolla, sometimes saying “sorry” leads to more pain.

Journalist John Stossel recently interviewed Adam about his peculiar place in the entertainment industry. He is accepted by his leftist peers despite his outspoken views that were once considered to be mainstream but are now seen as “conservative.” He routinely declares things that the majority of Hollywood certainly wouldn't even consider, but they're never received with an admission of guilt.

He's definitely not afraid to talk about sacred cows. In February, he made asked Sean Hannity:

“Here’s a quick thought experiment: If AOC was fat and in her 60s, would anyone listen to another thing she ever said?”

He explained:

“[S]he’s young, she’s vibrant, she’s beautiful, and everyone’s always putting a camera and a mic in her face. But her opinions are idiotic 95 percent of the time. And I don’t think, if she was a middle-aged heavy-set woman, anyone would care what she had to say.”

In conversation with the longtime anchorman John in an interview released on Wednesday, Adam repeated his claim for those who haven't heard the video:

“If she was in her 60s and husky, nobody would listen to a word she ever said because she sounds like an idiot.”

The first time he made such a statement, it caused a backlash from both sides of the spectrum. However, he doesn't claim to be sorry. If it were the case, he'd regret it:

“Apologizing just leads to more apologizing. … They want you to apologize because they want dominion over you. And once you apologize, they just keep coming back.”

In the case of the backlash, he's a rare person, even by Hollywood standards:

“I just happen to be wired not to care as long as I’m right.”

In this woke world, criticism isn’t allowed—except if it's strictly unilateral. John reminisced about our open-minded times in the past:

“It is a new thing in the media not to talk to the other side. All my career, we had arguments and we learned from that.”

What is the reason for this change? Adam has an idea, if the Left has to do with it:

“I believe that they would let the other side speak if they thought they could beat them in a debate. They don’t.”

If they allow Carolla to speak, they're going to get plenty to listen to as he has plenty of ideas.

Concerning COVID rules in schools:

“You cannot train a dog when it’s middle-aged. You’ve got to get them when they’re puppies. And get them trained up and into that crate. And that’s what we’re doing with kids. Because this will not be the last emergency. And it will not be the last time the government and the governor and the mayor need to exact their power. … And so, ‘Let’s get the kids into the crate. Let’s get them coached up. And then, they’ll be ours. We can do whatever we want with them after that. They’ll listen to anything. They’ll be good subjects.’”

In relation to confidence in oneself:

“We started…in earnest with this self-esteem movement, that it’d be really good if everyone had high self-esteem. And the way you get high self-esteem is through accomplishing things that are tough. But you can’t just hand people high self-esteem and tell them they’re the best and they don’t need to listen to anybody, and nothing they can do is wrong. And when you do that, you create a monster, essentially. You create horrible citizens.”

On identity politics as well as spokespeople, such as Al Sharpton:

“It’s…interesting that we’ve decided — as a society — that if something happens to an individual, we just find another individual that sort of looks like that person, and they [can] comment on it. … When I was 12, I looked like Donnie Osmond. So if Donnie Osmond got in a plane crash, would they come to me for commentary? Like, ‘Well, as a white guy who has big teeth and unruly hair, my feelings are…'”

Also:

“…[AOC] sounds like an idiot.”

The opinions that aren't sanctioned keep coming. Adam stated to John that there's no stopping him and no apologies:

“I don’t really have a choice as to what I say. It has to be the truth all the time. I’m a comedian. It’s a sacred oath I took. It’s what I do.”

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