MATT WALSH (HOST): You know, he doesn't really sound like a 1960s civil rights figure, which is what he's trying to sound like and look like. He sounds like he's doing a parody of one. You know, this is the worst case of blackface that we've seen since Justin Trudeau, except the Pearson's actually Black and he's still doing blackface.
Nevertheless, he is performing and we know he's performing because now we know what he sounded like before the performance started. It's not at all a convincing performance, of course. In fact, I didn't think I'd see a performance less convincing than Dylan Mulvaney's portrayal of womanhood until Pearson came along. Pearson's really give him a run for his money. This is what the left promotes and encourages – empty performance taken to comical, almost surreal extremes.
You know, they give us heroes and leaders who are cartoons, who are hollow and paper thin, who are, it always turns out, conniving cowards, gutless frauds, and self-aggrandizing performance artists.