GREG GUTFELD: Comedian Shane Gillis beat cancel culture, can he save Bud Light?

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Happy Thursday everybody. So sometimes the universe reminds you that for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction. Like Jesse Watters getting the 8 p.m. hour after being diagnosed with micro-penis.

EMILY COMPAGNO: Do we say that?

Yes. Here’s another example. The wildly popular comedian named Shane Gillis, if you’ve never heard of them, here’s a taste.

SHANE GILLIS: The night the United States killed the leader of ISIS, Trump comes out of the Situation Room at like midnight… He walks up in front the entire world at midnight and just goes: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead. He died like a dog… In front of the whole world, Abu. We can hear him crying, I said, Abu, don’t you? Let me tell you something. Abu cried, he cried quite a bit. I wouldn’t have cried. Cry baby Baghdadi. That’s what we were all calling him.

BUD LIGHT PARTNERS WITH COMEDIAN SHANE GILLIS AFTER COMPANY’S FALL FROM GRACE

He’s funny and he does Trump better than Alec Baldwin. Plus, he hasn’t shot anyone, yet. But what’s special about Gillis is that he beat cancel culture. In 2019, he was hired as a cast member on Saturday Night

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