Sweet Christ, They Let Chuck Lorre Into the White House

Chuck Lorre

In what can only be described as the most horrific national security mistake ever committed in United States history, the White House allowed television producer and minion of Satan Chuck Lorre to roam its halls last week.

He was there with Allison Janney, who remains a national treasure despite starring in a Chuck Lorre CBS sitcom called Mom (though I’m not convinced she’s not being forced to do it against her will). Janney took the podium at the White House press briefing as her West Wing character C.J. Cregg, initially to have some fun with the room (because Janney will forever be a delight), but then to highlight the opiod epidemic and the good people out there fighting substance abuse disorders.

But just as she was explaining her real reason for being in the White House, something truly unsettling happened. Janney mentioned she was there with her show’s executive producer, Lorre, and then physically pointed him out, evidenced below:

Allison Janney White House Press Briefing

This means Chuck Lorre, the man who unleashed Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory upon the world – without remorse, mind you – was given entry into arguably the most important building in the country. Was Ayman al-Zawahiri just waltzing around, checking out the Oval Office, too?

Lorre has brought more terror to the world than any terrorist organization could ever dream of accomplishing. And there he was last week, slithering around the White House hallways, doing God knows what. If it was gathering intelligence to pitch a new CBS show about White House staffers, we should all hope for humanity’s swift end.



Steve DiMatteo

Author: Steve DiMatteo

Steve is an editor for Robot Butt. You can follow him on Twitter @steve_dimatteo.

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