Video: Jordan Peterson Cried After Admitting He’s The Incel King On Piers Morgan

Sep 29, 2022

Jordo hit Piers Morgan’s new show last night, and it was A CRYFEST!!!

The tears started immediately because Jordo hadn’t stopped crying OR yelling at a screen for three years.

Piers (also a doucher) asked how Jordan felt about being the inspiration for Chris Pine’s evil Incel King character in Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling.” That’s when the tears and victim stuff started.

At least he finally admitted it.

I think he started crying when piers said, “Weirdo, loner men.”

Then he called himself and his incel subjects ‘marginalized’ and cried more because it’s true.

It looks like it’s easy to make Jordan Peterson cry. You just have to bring up emotions, ask him about name calling, or say the word INCEL and the tears flow.

Jordan thinks he’s a hero because he “talks” to these young men, but what he says to them makes Jordan an asshole.

Anyone can “talk” to marginalized people and incels. But what are you saying to them?

Here, Jordan says you have to be dangerous, or people won’t respect you.

That’s why they drive Vans down Yonge Street and shoot up schools and mosques.

Here, Jordan calls transitioning to a different sex “mutilation” and sex change doctors “Butchers.”

My friend Callum nailed it in this little vignette. Jordo tends to pretend his influence on the most unfuckable men on the planet is support for their loseriffic sadness, but it’s more of a call to arms than a playbook for wellness.

Now that the rest of the fuckable world knows he’s the Incel Clown King, it makes him sad.

His respect for women is the connective tissue between his words and every Incel killer from Christchurch to Denmark to Toronto.

So yeah. Jordan Peterson is the King of the Incels and still cries about it.

Have a great day.


Dean Blundell

Dean Blundell is a Canadian radio personality. Best known as a longtime morning host on CFNY-FM (The Edge) in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015 he was named the new morning host on sports radio station CJCL (Sportsnet 590 The Fan). Dean started his career in radio in 2001 and for nearly 20 years been entertaining the radio audience. Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America.

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