Piers Morgan lets somebody answer a f*cking question for once

Piers Morgan and his two interview style - 'SHOUTY-SHOUT SHOUT-SHOUT' and 'FLACID SERVILITY'
Wilson Belshaw

Piers Morgan is known for two interview styles:

  1. SHOUTING AT HIS GUESTS SO NO ONE CAN TELL HOW OUT OF HIS DEPTH HE IS!
  2. Just letting Donald Trump get on with it.

As you can imagine, Morgan went with the second style when interviewing Trump.

Gammon and beg 

Earlier in the week, Morgan castrated someone who planned on protesting against Trump. He raged:

HOW CAN YOU PROTEST TRUMP WHEN YOU DIDN’T PROTEST EVERYONE ELSE!? HOW CAN YOU GIVE ONE PERSON A TOUGH RIDE IF YOU DON’T GIVE EVERYONE A TOUGH RIDE? HMM!? YOU CAN’T ANSWER THAT, CAN YOU!? YOU CAN’T ANSWER BECAUSE I’M SHOUTING!

Despite his insistence that everyone must be given the same treatment, he didn’t shout over Trump. Instead, Morgan quite literally melted into a puddle and said:

Mmm, I’m a puddle now. You can just walk all over me and have a splash about. Ask yourself questions if you like, I won’t stop you.

Diminished responsibility

To be fair to Morgan, it’s not completely his fault that he’s in this position. He’s shown himself to be one of the worst journalists this country has ever produced, and yet television networks keep employing him.

At this point, it’s like employing the guy who rubs himself against shoes to work in a shoe store. He’s a known shoe rubber. If you don’t want him rubbing against shoes, stop giving him a job.

The fact they do shows exactly how much they care about selling non-spoiled shoes.

Featured image via YouTube [IMAGES WERE ALL ALTERED]

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