Howard Stern Wants US Government to Bench ‘Stupid People’ Like Nets Did Kyrie Irving

Howard Stern returned from his October vacation this week — five weeks after his summer-long no-work period — with unvaccinated Americans still on his mind. Stern still hates these cockroaches, including Kyrie Irving, deeply.

For not agreeing with Stern’s elite Zoom friends, Stern declared Irving “the top idiot in the world.” It’s unclear whether Donald Trump remains eligible for the title, though Stern may have retired his former friend, now enemy, from contention.

“(Irving)’s my favorite dude who’s putting his money where his mouth is,” Stern said of Kyrie Irving. “In terms of idiots, he’s gotta be the top idiot in the country right now. Guy’s got a chance as a young man to make millions of dollars, all he’s gotta do is get vaccinated.

“Talk about stupid, there’s some people who are willing to walk away from millions of dollars and not get vaccinated,” Stern adds. “They’re so stupid they’re putting their mouth where their money is. This guy’s got a history of being stupid.

“He’s one of those guys who is a flat-earther too. And he doesn’t know anything, his mind works in a very strange way. He says, ‘I can’t figure out gravity, so it doesn’t exist.'”

Got that? Irving is stupid because he doesn’t believe an employer should force him to take a vaccine against a virus that’d put him at little risk. Unfortunately, there are a lot of “stupid” Americans, many of whom help pay Stern’s $100 million salary by subscribing to SiriusXM.

People change over time, especially when their career lasts as long as Stern’s has. Still, Stern’s transformation sits in rare company. Had there been a COVID-09, the Stern of ten years ago would have questioned the government’s role in its spread and the necessity of company-wide mandates. That Stern would have stood up for his listeners, not his bosses. But because it’s 2021, Stern instead uses his platform to spread fear and complain that people don’t do as their leaders demand.

Stern brags that he has barely left his house since the start of the pandemic due to the off-chance someone may sneeze in his face. Stern’s radio show is no longer an independent voice but a megaphone for the establishment. Howard Stern used to be the disruptor. Now he labels disruptors as “idiots.” As Barstool founder Dave Portnoy says, Stern is wagging his finger at his younger self.

Stern ended his rant on Irving by crying that the US government isn’t doing more to force the jab into healthy Americans.

“I don’t know who runs the Nets, but I wish they were running the country,” Stern said on the decision to bench Irving. “I love this. Basically saying, ‘Listen douchebag, you’ve got to do what is right.'”

There you have it. Since you are not vaccinated, you are a “douchebag” who is doing what is wrong. Thus, the government should bench you.

If you have any more questions for Howard Stern, please ask them before his November getaway. That’s coming up quickly.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.


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  1. This is what I mean when I say that the “D” or “R” beside someones name determines the media’s response to a comment. If say, Clay Travis for instance, called Kyrie Irving stupid, he would be endlessly called racist by the media. Here though, we have a Demokkkrat (as least public facing), so its all good please call black people stupid if you like because it fits the 100% vaccinated or bust narrative. Politics “Trumps” everything (all and no pun intended).

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