Few conservative Twitter users have bedeviled leftists more than ‘Catturd’ whose love of animals, witty commentary, and uncompromising approach have drawn national attention to the anonymous Floridian, including from billionaire Tesla/SpaceX CEO and “chief Twit” Elon Musk, and the bane of the”woke” bullies joined host James Golden for an exclusive interview.
Golden, the longtime producer for the legendary conservative talk radio king Rush Limbaugh welcomed Cattturd on Thursday’s edition of “Bo Snerdley’s Rush Hour” where he discussed his newfound fame as a Twitter superstar.
After warmly welcoming his guest, Golden remarked on his catchy Twitter handle, “This is probably the most unique marketing branding I have seen in decades. The first time I saw Catturd and I see this, this cute little cat with, with glasses, I said, who in the world would call themselves Catturd?”
“And then the next time I look and I see Catturd with the little trademark and I said, whoa, this is something…Catturd, how did you decide to become Catturd? What inspired you and your comments my friend, are just all over the social media platform on almost every topic you can think of,” the host asked before turning the floor over to his now-famous guest.
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“Well, you know, when you name yourself Catturd and you don’t expect to get more than 10 followers, that’s the first thing,” Catturd joked. “So you don’t think it’s gonna be a big deal, you know, but I got on social media, I’ve never been on social – I’m 58 now, so I was about 54, and I’d never been on social media. I didn’t even know how to do it.”
“I’d been on Discus and a few places that people talked, but I just saw the, when I decided to do the Catturd, I just was flipping through, I saw the cat and I just, it just popped in my head, Catturd, you know, I never thought I’d get 100 followers on Twitter. I didn’t even know how to use it,” he said.
“And now you have over a million people following you every day and your reach is into the millions. Seriously…,” Golden said, marveling at the exponential growth of Catturd’s following.
“It’s crazy. It’s nuts,” Catturd said of his enormous popularity.
“Tucker Carlson has had you on his program and you are now moving from just being social media, people want to talk to you. Your views are, I guess, right in line with what most conservative or even some moderate, moderates of either party consider to be consistent with their own views,” the host added.
Catturd responded, “Yeah, I’m just a country boy living down here. I live in North Florida and I got a little ranch down here and I’m just an average ordinary, you know, high school educated, normal citizen and I just kind of say what I think and, um, it comes out, you know.”
“We started a podcast last year, me and Jules Jones never done a podcast before. So I didn’t know what I was doing, but we started with Rumble with zero people. You know, we had like my uncle in chat by himself, you know. So yeah, and then Friday we did 378,000 on Rumble that was listening. So it’s growing, it’s growing like crazy,” he added.
Golden then asked, “Now, when you look at some of the issues that are affecting this country, as you said, you’re a country boy. What do you consider to be, Catturd, some of the issues that you are most concerned about?”
“Well, all of them, right?” Catturd responded. “I mean, the liberals are constant and, and by the way, you know, I can’t believe I’m even talking to you because I was probably the biggest Rush fan in history. And, it’s weird. I was telling somebody today that I probably tried to call in for decades and never got through to talk to Bo Snerdley and I got a fast line today, man that was nice, I can’t tell you how exciting that was for me,” he laughed.
“But you know, everything they come out,” he continued. “I was talking to my podcast today about climate change, you know, and I remember Rush the first time he called it a hoax and I was, and I remember screaming at radio, you know, that’s the exact word but it’s a hoax. The whole thing is a hoax and I was trying to explain it so other people could understand it today, and I’m like, well, ok, where I’m at, just wherever you live today, what’s the high and low temperature?”
“So today, the low temperature where I’m living was 55. It’s getting up to 80, so 55 to 80 today. But in 100 years, they say if wherever you live right now it goes up one degree, the whole earth is gonna be on fire and right where I live today, it fluctuated of, you know, 35 degrees,” he said.
“With no fires,” Golden said, noting the lack of real-world evidence to support the mother of all hoaxes that is akin to a religious cult to Democrats and the left. “The oceans didn’t melt and swallow up major cities. We didn’t have, you know, one of the things that amazes me about the entire environmental movement, you have these politicians that are demanding that entire fleets of city cars switch over to electric vehicles, to EVs.”
“In California, they are outlawing, after I believe 2030, gas vehicles and everything is gonna have to be EV and people don’t seem to understand that the fossil fuels, they claim to hate that are supposedly putting the earth in danger are the very fuels that allow people to charge their EVs,” Golden added, pointing out the major flaw in the rationale for the abolishing of gas-powered vehicles. “If you don’t have fossil fuels, you’re not gonna have electric cars..”
“Everything runs on it. It’s reality,” Catturd replied.
“I like to say liberals live in fantasy land.. and we have to live in the real world and power actual vehicles and, I mean, how do they think them electric cars get to the electric car store? Do you think they’re on an electric car truck?” he asked, a question that greatly amused Golden as both men laughed about the sheer ridiculousness of it all.
“What are the tires made of, not electricity? They’re made out of fossil fuels.” Catturd added.
Returning to the topic of his newfound fame and the horde of imitators that have popped up, Catturd remarked, “It’s really crazy because, you know, I do sell a few products just on my website. But there’s probably 100 companies overseas in here that sell, you know, fake Catturd products that aren’t mine. I mean, I can’t control it, I can’t sue everybody. There’s 13 or 14 fake Catturds on Telegram, there’s 15 or 16 fake Catturds on Facebook… It’s almost like a Homer Simpson character now, it is way beyond me.”
Golden then asked his guest to gaze into his “crystal ball” to predict whether a Democrat or Republican will win the White House in 2024.
“Well, if the voting’s fair, it’s a Republican for sure,” Catturd replied. “You know what’s happened to the voting system? I mean, all of a sudden, I don’t even know how old you are but you know, I’m 58 years old and I voted my whole life. I’ve never in my life. Have you ever seen, uh, we always knew election, that night, you know that the counting was that night. We always knew it.”
“But now it’s like a month to count a county, a month to count a county in Arizona, a month,” he added. “Give me a break. Why would you take that long to count? There’s only one reason.”
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