When you’ve been pushed to the edge, you have two choices: You can keep being pushed and fall to your death or you can stand your ground, look at your opponent in the eye, and push back. That’s what Kevin Hart did while on Good Morning America Wednesday.
The GMA interview between Hart and former NFL star and Super Bowl Champ Michael Strahan began with a series of pre-constructed questions to try to trap the comedian saying something to stir outrage on the Left.
“You apologized, you said you were sorry,” Strahan started. “But there were a lot of people who have taken an issue to the way that you’ve apologized, so what do you say to that?”
This question began an awesome series of Hart’s “fed up” responses.
“I say, I’m done with it,” he retorted. “It gets no more energy from me. That’s why I said, ‘for the last time I’m addressing this.”
The comedian went on to explain that the conversation on the issue of his “homophobic” tweets was unnecessary — since he had given so much time expressing his regret for saying such things — making clear his interest was living in the here and now.
But do you think that response ended the conversation and GMA was able to move on to the interview's supposed intended purpose — talking about Hart’s new movie, “The Upside”? Of course, not!
Strahan continued to do the liberal media’s work by hammering away at questions in an effort to get Hart to cave. He, of course, threw kids into the conversation to try and get the comedian to waver, but Hart continued to stand his ground.
“Do you have an understanding for the LGBTQ community, how the youth out there may feel about this, how this may have affected them?” the former NFL star asked.
“I have an understanding that I’ve addressed it and I’ve said everything that I can possibly say. So I’m over it!” Hart gloriously responded. “You will not hear me say anything else about it.”
One word: BOSS!
Hart stood very tall in this “interrogation” by not being added to the wall of the liberal media’s “forced apology victims.” I’ve gained more respect for him because of how he handled himself in this situation. Looks like there’s a thing or two many of us can learn from this show of fortitude.
Take a look at the GMA interview below:
H/T: Louder With Crowder