Bad News for ‘Trump-Adjacent Weirdos’ Delights

Bad News for ‘Trump-Adjacent Weirdos’ Delights

Late-night television host Seth Meyers has found a new source of amusement in the downfall of “Trump-adjacent weirdos.” These individuals, who have been associated with former President Donald Trump in some capacity, have become the subject of Meyers’ delight as they face legal troubles and public scrutiny [3]. From the implosion of QAnon to the numerous legal battles faced by Trump’s inner circle, Meyers has had plenty of material to work with in recent years [4]. One such example is MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who recently received bad news on camera regarding a defamation suit against him over his claims of election fraud [1]. Meyers’ enjoyment of these developments is not surprising given his vocal opposition to the former president and his policies [5].

The Delightful Downfall of Trump-Adjacent Weirdos

Meyers’ amusement at the misfortunes of “Trump-adjacent weirdos” stems from their association with a controversial and divisive figure like Donald Trump. These individuals, whether they were part of his administration or simply supporters of his policies, have often courted controversy and faced legal challenges. The downfall of these figures provides Meyers with ample material to satirize and critique [3].

One notable example is Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow and a staunch supporter of Donald Trump. Lindell has been at the center of controversy due to his unfounded claims of election fraud during the 2020 presidential election. Recently, he received bad news on camera when he learned that a defamation suit against him would proceed [1]. Meyers’ delight in this development is understandable, as Lindell’s claims have been widely debunked and his actions have been seen as undermining democracy.

Another group that has faced scrutiny and ridicule are the followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory. QAnon gained prominence during Trump’s presidency and propagated baseless claims of a deep state conspiracy against the former president. However, as time went on, the conspiracy theory began to unravel, and its followers faced legal consequences for their involvement in events like the Capitol insurrection on January 6, 2021. Meyers has not shied away from mocking and criticizing the QAnon movement, finding humor in their downfall [3].

Meyers’ Opposition to Trump and His Policies

Meyers’ delight in the misfortunes of “Trump-adjacent weirdos” can be attributed, in part, to his vocal opposition to Donald Trump and his policies. As a late-night television host, Meyers has used his platform to criticize and satirize the former president, often taking aim at his administration and those associated with it. Meyers has been an outspoken critic of Trump’s handling of various issues, including immigration, climate change, and racial tensions [5].

Throughout Trump’s presidency, Meyers consistently provided commentary and comedic analysis of the administration’s actions. He used his show as a platform to shed light on the controversies surrounding Trump and his associates, often highlighting their questionable behavior and questionable claims. Meyers’ opposition to Trump’s policies and his willingness to hold those associated with him accountable have resonated with his audience [4].


The downfall of “Trump-adjacent weirdos” has become a source of amusement for late-night television host Seth Meyers. From the legal troubles faced by Trump’s inner circle to the implosion of QAnon, Meyers has found plenty of material to satirize and critique. His delight in these developments is not surprising given his vocal opposition to Donald Trump and his policies. As Meyers continues to provide comedic analysis of current events, it is likely that he will find further amusement in the misfortunes of those associated with the former president [3].

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