Matt Lewis: ‘I Went On Real Time And People F**king Hated This Shirt’ [VIDEO]
June 25, 2015 - Picnic Time
HBO “Real Time” viewers hated Matt Lewis‘ shirt Friday night.
He showed adult to a Los Angeles-based uncover hosted by lefty Bill Maher in a prolonged sleeved splendid immature mottled shirt. A tellurian prime cruise sweeping if we will.
“On initial contact, we was offended, though afterwards we saw a Polo logo,” pronounced a Washington publisher who watched a uncover and forgave Lewis after he beheld a costly branding.
There are worse fates than being incited into a square of beef for wearing what many believed to be an nauseous shirt on TV. Just ask Lewis, who spent dual days drifting behind and onward to LA usually to be called extremist before he ever non-stop his mouth.
People in a broadcasting attention mostly insist women on TV get it a worst. And indeed, they have it bad. But even women on a radio have to continue an additional of critics. Earlier in a month, SiriusXM “Press Pass” host Julie Mason unloaded her angst in a Facebook post.
“Another day and some-more pointless strangers urgently revelation me how to do my job. Always really entitled group with 0 believe of news, broadcasting, politics or my tangible contract,” she wrote. “But they are assured and certain they know better. Invariably they get utterly buttsore when we am not shamed and beholden that they took a time to scold and indoctrinate me, so they start job me names, like ‘nasty,’ ‘bitchy’ and ‘arrogant.’ Thanks for a laughs, guys!”
But a existence is that group are also punching bags for strangers who feel like giving TV reporters and politicians using reviews of their hair, weight, skin and attire. Just ask New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who gets stubborn by his heft at each turn.
“I suspicion it was awesome. we adore that shirt,” another Washington publisher with a minority outlook pronounced of Lewis’ immature gingham shirt.
Also in a minority was this guy, Rat Lung Pictures. But can his ambience even be trusted? He appears to be smoking a bowl. Lewis isn’t angry — he’ll take sartorial compliments where he can get them.
Incidentally, Lewis has also taken feverishness for his Twitter avatar.
When he wrote a story about regressive reporters removing out of a ghetto, some of a replies included:
- “You should indeed get out of nation lol. Moron.”
- “Eww. Terrible bio photo. Fire that photographer.”
Getting behind to that immature mottled button-down, crap came during Lewis from all angles. Even in a content from a womanlike magnanimous friend.
Lewis didn’t respond with words. Instead, he sent a sketch of himself in a college rope wearing a low blue top.
More loathing about his immature mottled shirt arrived from a Twitterati. Oftentimes a moment about his shirt buttressed complaints about his intelligence.
The hatred didn’t let up.
Lewis told The Mirror that he has never perceived so most response on his attire.
Even after all this, he said he’s still going to wear a controversial shirt. “I consider a shirt looks good,” he pronounced defiantly. “That’s since we wore it on television. And in fairness, there were a few auspicious comments about a shirt.”
Negative responses to how he looks usually worry Lewis if it’s someone who matters. If someone is a crook with few Twitter supporters — who cares? “But if we demeanour and it’s someone who is legitimate afterwards we would be a small taken aback,” he said.
Lewis says he got a lot of greeting since he wasn’t wearing a regressive uniform.
“In all seriousness…we’re always conference that womanlike commentators go on TV and all they hear about is what outfit they were wearing,” he said. “Maybe we am a sex symbol, we am not sure. we was indeed astounded by it.
“I don’t know if it was since it was colorful, though maybe since conservatives are ostensible to be aged white group who wear blue suits and red neckties. Maybe that was partial of a problem — we wasn’t playing the purpose they approaching me to play. I consider it annoyed liberals that we wasn’t wearing a uniform that sensitive everybody that we was a token conservative. we consider if I’d been wearing a blue or white shirt and a small American lapel pin, a bow-tie — we won’t even go there. I’m not authorised to speak about Fox News or bow-ties.”
Lewis, who writes for The Week, The Daily Caller and The Daily Beast and hosts a weekly podcast, explained that when he routinely does TV it’s a wire news format that typically demands a blazer and a necktie. But this was late-night TV.
“This is an HBO …so we suspicion maybe go a small cas,” he said. “Maybe they would’ve elite it if I’d ragged a combine dwindle T-shirt.”
Editor’s Note: In respect of all a meant tweets Lewis received, The Daily Caller put together a “mean tweets” video. Video by Grae Stafford. Watch below.