Once The Masters Began, Cancel Culture Vanished

Greg Gutfeld spoke with OutKick last week about cancel culture and said that once someone ignores the threats, demands, and tweets — it goes away. Over the weekend, as soon as the Masters began, all the calls to move the event out of Georgia over the state’s voting bill vanished.

On radio today, Clay Travis spoke about not bowing to the mob like it’s being led by the Mad King (which I would totally bow to).

“We are so quick to react to whatever viral outrage there is, oftentimes in sports, before people ever do any actual research,” Clay said. “The moment they teed off, the story that the event should be moved disappeared.”

“Once these sporting events begin, all the outrage is just noise,” Clay goes on. “The Masters proved that sports should do less, not more. Once the games start, the action is the story. You don’t have to respond to the outlandish claims like MLB did.”

Watch the full segment below:

Written by Bobby Burack

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

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  1. I believe the simple reason the Masters escaped destruction is that a large chunk of the corporate elitists and politicians powering the woke movement are MEMBERS at Augusta. The juice behind all this crap is corporate America, not grass roots community organizations. “Rules for thee, but not for me.”

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