If his book "The Kindergarden of Eden" is any indicator, it can be safely said that Evan Sayet believes his diagnosis of the "modern liberal" as an absolute truth, not just a cheap stand-up routine, but he does, however, acknowledges one minor chink in his thesis that he spends the rest of the video debunking. "I have a problem," Sayet says in the video, "If the modern liberal is as stupid as I believe him to be, how does he keep rising to the tops of his professions?"
Good question, and Sayet provides some rather insightful, albeit hilarious, reasons why the "modern liberal" has been incredibly successful at being so stupid by employing brilliant alliteration on the word "do." In essence, modern liberals succeed because they flock to professions that require they do nothing, according to Sayet.
"They don't build, they don't make, they don't construct, they don't manufacture, they don't prepare, they don't sow, they don't mend," Sayet says. "Every single profession that we associate with liberalism is all talk, but no action, and the thing is when you don't 'do anything', you don't know what you're talking about."
Sayet then proceeds with exuberantly merciless mockery to explain why liberals flock to liberal professions, all of which require they "do nothing".
Why does the liberal flock to academia? Because "the academic doesn't do anything."
"The job of the academic," Sayet says, "Is for someone who doesn't do anything to lecture to children, who don't do anything, about the people who do things and did things, and the things that they did and they do."
Why does the liberal flock to journalism? Because "the journalist doesn't do anything."
"The job of the journalist," Sayet says, "Is for someone who doesn't do anything, to report to the people who do things, the things that the other people who do things were doing while they were out doing things."
Why does the liberal flock to government? As conservatives have rightly pointed out for decades, "the government doesn't do anything."