Brooks Koepka took his turn being interrogated by the far-left media today, and as expected a majority of the questions focused on the LIV Golf Tour.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past six months, the far-left golf media has been fixated on Greg Norman’s breakaway tour, effectively running a smear campaign on behalf of the PGA Tour.
Other than Pro Golf Weekly, there’s not a single golf publication or website that’s provided even balanced coverage. It’s just a firehose of hit pieces, with sensationalized headlines, promoted by snarky tweets.
After several LIV Golf related questions, a frustrated Koepka said, “I don’t understand. I’m trying to focus on the U.S. Open, man. I legitimately don’t get it. I’m tired of the conversations. I’m tired of all this stuff.
“Like I said, y’all are throwing a black cloud on the U.S. Open. I think that sucks. I actually do feel bad for them for once because it’s a shitty situation. We’re here to play, and you are talking about an event that happened last week.”
In a testy exchange with Eamon Lynch, Golfweek’s far-left smear merchant, the four-time major winner said, “We’re here to play and you keep talking about an event that happened last week. I’m tired of the conversation. I’m tired of this stuff.
“You can’t drive a car looking in the rear-view mirror, can you?”
Except the media is not trying to “drive a car.” They’re trying to crash a car so they can blame the car.
Koepka walked away.