Then there's Pat Sajak, the Wheel Of Fortune host (fun fact: he actually replaced Chuck Woolerly in 1981), who for decades seemed like network TV's version of a golem fashioned from clay to be inoffensive and boring in every way. Then he too found Twitter, and his feed is a train wreck of conservative posturing and blind frothing rage. One of Sajak's biggest bugaboos is climate change, a subject he returns to again and again with statements like "I now believe global warming alarmists are unpatriotic racists knowingly misleading for their own ends." Alrighty!
Wink Martindale, who has an astonishing six decades in radio and television, came out as a Trump supporter, and he uses Twitter to mock athletes who take a knee during the national anthem. Ben Stein from Win Ben Stein's Money said back in 2016 that he's sure Donald Trump doesn't know a goddamn thing about the economy ... but that he'd still vote for him. He has since said that the people who heckled Mitch McConnell at a restaurant were like Nazis, and he called Obama the most racist president ever. Related note: Some presidents literally owned slaves.