CLAY: Buck Sexton was trending all weekend long after he took a shot at the city of Asheville! I couldn’t believe it. I was sitting on the beach. I looked down at the trending topics, and Buck is at war with the good people of Asheville, North Carolina.
BUCK: Whoa, whoa, whoa. I’m throwing a flag here, Mr. Clay.
BUCK: I’m throwing a flag. Asheville is a place with great food, beautiful, very nice people. I arrived and I just was a little bit taken aback — and I don’t know. I want to get back to the bigger news stories, although we should talk about this a little bit. Clay, in downtown Asheville, there are not only masks on most of the employees in stores and businesses you come across —
CLAY: Still. Which is shocking to you, and given it’s North Carolina, even worse than New York City.
BUCK: It was worse than New York City! N95 masks. There were “masks required” signs on some stores. Most of the stores that I saw, ’cause I wanted to go see… It’s Asheville; they’re selling wind chimes and patchouli and whatever. I was going to check out things. I’m like, “What’s that smell? Oh, I found out,” and you walk in these stores, and they’ve got N95 masks on, and all these people walking around, and I just said, “There’s a lot of masks.”
I didn’t make fun of anybody. I just said, “There’s a lot of masks here.” Could I just come back to this later ’cause I need to dunk on some libs? There are some libs, some blue checks need to get dunked on. This is now insane. They have a mental health issue, wearing an N95 as some kind of virtue signaling lunacy and making employees do it. We’ll come back to that, though. What do you say?
BUCK: ‘Cause I want to tee off on some individuals in particular who really deserve it. But, yeah, no, I had a lovely time in Asheville. Carrie and I had a great time. Fun town, good food, lots of drink.
CLAY: Trending the whole weekend long after you got there.
BUCK: Nationally trending Asheville. I don’t know. When was the last time Asheville nationally trended on Twitter? I don’t know. It’s probably been a while.