In the year of our Lord 1990, Jim Henson, the famous puppeteer and voice of Kermit The Frog, passed away. He died before his time from sudden illness. This was a very sad day. No more Jim Henson, and no more Kermit The Frog. But wait, Kermit The Frog still lives! He's still on tv and in movies, he still has a voice.
How is this possible? It's not. Except for the very small possibility that someone else is doing the voice. It sounds crazy, but it's possible.
Since googling this and quickly finding out the answer seems complicated and like something a lazy hack writer would do, I've instead compiled a list of two suspects.
Eugene Robinson, and Beth Karas.
Eugene Robinson is the overrated, boring, predictable, shallow columnist for the Washington Post. That rag. He also won a Pulitzer prize, likely for puppeteering. Listen to Kermit suspect number 1:
Or maybe not so obviously. That brings us to suspect number 2,
Court TV True TV reporter Beth Karas. Best known as, you don't know her. Anyway she's on tv all the time talking about trials that you don't care about. She is also very possibly the voice of Kermit The Frog.
Eugene Robinson and Beth Karas, you can fool the rest of America. But I know who you really are. It's not easy being green, or a liar. Come clean, admit what you do. You put your hands up inside a frog and make sounds. You make me sick.