On Thursday, nauseated by the constant threats by Leftists to out their targets on the political Right at the slightest provocation, "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak, whose excursions into Twitter humor have made him a virtual legend among conservatives on Twitter, issued another hilarious tweet, this time mocking the outing mentality.
Sajak tweeted: "I, like so many others, truly dislike ketchup on hotdogs, and I prefer not to be around anyone who uses ketchup on hotdogs. I call upon all hotdog stands to post a list of those who ask for ketchup on their hotdogs."
I, like so many others, truly dislike ketchup on hotdogs, and I prefer not to be around anyone who uses ketchup on hotdogs. I call upon all hotdog stands to post a list of those who ask for ketchup on their hotdogs.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) September 5, 2019
When Woody Paige, sports columnist and frequent guest on "Around The Horn," responded on Twitter, "Mustard, chili, cheese, hot sauce. Or just mustard and a bit of relish. Ketchup is for fries, not hot dogs. Mustard and hot dog together introduced at 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis. Ketchup first put on hot dog at 1962 Mets game by a foolish fan," Sajak was ready and waiting with a laugh-out-loud rejoinder: "You might be giving this too much thought."
In mid-August, Sajak gave a hint of what was to come when he tweeted, "I woke up feeling virtuous this morning. I think I’ll find something to boycott and then tweet about it. Never let it be said I’m not doing my part. #LookAtMe."