“It’s ‘Clash of Clans‘ everyday, first thing in the morning,” Murray said, making reference to the mobile phone game in which competing tribes fight to the death.
“My friend who’s a great comedy writer, Jim Downey, he’s accused of being a right-wing comedy writer, if there is such a thing — ‘No, no,’ he says, ‘I just think the way Democrats handle things is poor.’
“‘They pick out little pieces of a population and say they represent it — we represent the Hispanics, we represent the LGBT, or something,’” Murray continued.
“They’re not speaking to everyone at once. It’s almost demeaning to say we’re using you, because you’re a splinter group, there’s almost a resentment, to say you’re my people. We’re being separated again by a politician.”
“It’s been a very interesting year out there.
“All the movements have affected the restaurant business. People don’t want to go out in public anymore because people will say, you’re the guy who … whatever.
“If people are monstrous, you know, it comes back. Eventually, it comes around. We get justice, but we don’t get it when we want it.”