After what happened, he made out like a total bandit; The Daily Wire used it as the catalyst to make him the newest personality next to Micheal Knowles, Candice Owen, Matt Walsh, Klavan, and Ben Shapiro.

Now while I wouldn't say I liked his tweet (it was mean), as someone who has also struggled with his weight my whole life, I lost 100 pounds back in 2018, and I always have to watch what I'm allowing into my diet and sticking to a consistent daily routine. I wouldn't say I like the push to normalize obesity. I find it more than just offensive; I know it to be toxic. My quality of life is fundamentally higher now that I know what to do; for most of my life, the key was I didn't know.

A lot of the hurt comes from the fear of feeling like it's something we did or are refusing to do; now I realize it's because we've been lied to so much about nutrition that there is just no way to eat sugar and high carb diets and not be overweight for the average person. Period.

Anyway, my whole point is that I get what he was trying to say; I didn't appreciate how he went about saying it.

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A Clay Lamb

A Clay Lamb

I like speaking the truth even though it gets me into trouble.