IDIOT OF THE YEAR 2023: The complete rankings

2024 has been quite the year, filled with its fair share of idiocy. From celebrities to politicians, there have been plenty of contenders for the title of “Idiot of the Year.” Now, as we reach the grand finale of Deadspin’s festivities, let’s take a look at some of the top contenders for this not-so-prestigious title.

One of the front-runners for Idiot of the Year is none other than Aaron Rodgers. The Green Bay Packers quarterback has made headlines for his controversial comments and actions throughout the year. From downplaying the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic to spreading misinformation about vaccines, Rodgers has shown a remarkable lack of judgment and responsibility. His actions have not only endangered himself but also the people around him, including his teammates and fans. It’s safe to say that Rodgers has earned his place on this list.

Another notable contender for the title is former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling. Schilling has long been known for his outspoken and often controversial views, but this year, he took it to a whole new level. From his offensive social media posts to his support for conspiracy theories and false information, Schilling has shown a complete disregard for facts and decency. It’s no wonder he has become a symbol of ignorance and arrogance.

Sports commentator Skip Bayless also deserves a spot on this list. Known for his hot takes and controversial opinions, Bayless has consistently shown a lack of understanding and respect for the athletes he comments on. Whether it’s belittling their achievements or spreading baseless rumors, Bayless has proven time and time again that he values controversy over substance. His antics may make for good television, but they also contribute to a toxic sports culture that prioritizes drama over the game itself.

Last but not least, we have former football coach Tommy Tuberville. Tuberville, who was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2020, has shown a remarkable lack of knowledge and understanding of basic political issues. From his inability to answer simple questions to his support for policies that go against the interests of the American people, Tuberville has proven himself to be an ill-informed and ineffective representative. It’s clear that he is more interested in his own political career than in actually serving the needs of his constituents.

As we reflect on these contenders for Idiot of the Year, it’s important to remember that their actions have consequences. Whether it’s spreading misinformation, endangering public health, or promoting toxic behavior, these individuals have had a negative impact on society. It’s our responsibility as consumers of media and citizens to hold them accountable and demand better.

With the conclusion of Deadspin’s festivities, we can only hope that 2025 will bring us a fresh start and a new batch of leaders who prioritize honesty, integrity, and intelligence. Let’s leave the idiocy of 2024 behind and strive for a better future.

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