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    Jon Stewart Draws Liberal Anger for Criticizing Biden

    Jon Stewart Draws Liberal Anger for Criticizing Biden: “I’ll Never Forgive You”
    Some Democrats aren’t happy with the 'Daily Show’ host’s critique of the president’s age-related issues, and even the White House is weighing in.

    BY JAMES HIBBERD
    FEBRUARY 14, 2024

    With his very first episode back, Jon Stewart has successfully returned The Daily Show to the cultural conversation — by drawing fire from Democrats.

    Stewart’s return to Daily Show hosting duties Monday night opened with a 20-minute monologue going after Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Stewart especially mocked the current president after his disastrous press conference last week where Biden struggled to assure Americans that he was still cognitively capable of performing his duties.

    Stewart seemed wholly aware his comments would lead to some left-side backlash, with correspondent Jordan Klepper asking Stewart on-air afterwards, “Did you save democracy yet with your ’90s brand of snark and both-siderism?”

    And that’s precisely the sort of blowback that happened, with everyone from progressives to Elon Musk to the White House weighing in.

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    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv...se-1235824591/




    tube of his return on Monday's show



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpBPm0b9deQ



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6F4L5NkdaRY



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cmWbSv-GOE



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    Stewart can criticize Biden all he wants but come November he'll vote for him or whoever the Democrats replace him with.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    Stewart can criticize Biden all he wants but come November he'll vote for him or whoever the Democrats replace him with.
    That's fine. I always thought he was pretty funny though and am glad he is not on board with this new breed of late night comics that don't make fun of Democrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jct74 View Post
    That's fine. I always thought he was pretty funny though and am glad he is not on board with this new breed of late night comics that don't make fun of Democrats.
    Agree, he’s pretty decent guy.

    Personally Championed 911 first responders when rest of media did nothing

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    I'm going to use that. Look at me. Look close. I'm twenty years younger than these motherfuckers. They wish.

    So what's the good news?

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    Quit letting yourselves be manipulated!

    Quote Originally Posted by vita3 View Post
    Agree, he’s pretty decent guy.

    Personally Championed 911 first responders when rest of media did nothing
    No. What John Stewart did was publicize a false story about funding running out for 911 first responders. Then, with overwhelming media backup - he was publicized as their noble “champion”. He was invited to speak in congress, for crying out loud! That was just a show for the dumb, impressionable peons! Uninformed people were led to believe he was the most wonderful, selfless guy, that should be loved and trusted by us all. That is Jon Stewart's role!

    In truth, all that funding always remained intact. No one was trying to cut that funding, as Jon Stewart pushed an ignorant public to believe. No one was ever in danger of losing benefits they were receiving. There was no danger of a lapse in funding. Everyone and everything remained funded at all times. It was an entirely manipulative act and complete BS. Sen. Rand Paul spoke about this at the time of Stewart’s farce and I’m surprised there are people on this forum who don’t know. (Probably a thread about it.)

    Stewart will only (gently and rarely) criticize democrats when it’s extremely safe to do so. This allows him to be portrayed as a “he-criticizes-both-sides-therefore-must-be-honest" good guy. Careless persons are led to believe he’s entitled to the benefit of the doubt when it comes to sincerity. (He's not!) It also gives a false sense of security to less-informed, non-democrats who then let their guard down and forget that, in the end, he will always lie for, and support the democrat/globalist agenda. He knows exactly what he’s doing!

    Stewart was polite to Ron Paul during his presidential campaigns only because it allowed him to insult republicans through Ron Paul’s honest criticisms. He knew Paul was only telling the truth so it wasn’t hard. (I too, really liked John Stewart back then.) He also knew that the treacherous persons In control would NEVER permit Paul to win - otherwise he’d have turned and stabbed him in the back!

    Rachel Maddow did the same thing until the day she found out that Rand Paul was running for the senate and that he very well might win - then it was back-stabbing time! Having burnt her bridges, she finally gave up that act. Stewart is of the same mind - a propagandist for the left who uses occasional truths only to strengthen the credibility of the lies he will sink to, in order to preserve the democrat agenda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorLiberty View Post
    Manufactured anger.
    Hell hath no fury like a liberal scorned. Especially if you're asking how they became stupid enough to vote for a corrupt, senile child molester.



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    The vast majority of presidential candidate front runners and presidents in the past three decades , clintons , gore , kerry , busch, obamas , bidens etc are enough to keep any comedian in business. If they are not getting laughs from this something is wrong. You could do a whole night with biden - harris- fetterman, wheel barrow full of retards.
    Last edited by oyarde; 02-17-2024 at 01:52 PM.
    Do something Danke

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Hell hath no fury like a liberal scorned. Especially if you're asking how they became stupid enough to vote for a corrupt, senile child molester.
    You mean his son is a Molester...
    The Leaked images were not surprising..
    And yet Biden had the nerves to bring his family and Hunter Biden to Ireland and pretend that they Irish.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorLiberty View Post
    You mean his son is a Molester...
    I'm not saying he isn't. But no, I wasn't talking about anybody but the Resident himself.

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    Valli,

    Jon was a absolute champ to get bill passed the first time. It doesn’t happen without him & probably saved some human lives.

    I agree the 2nd bill was political theatre & had way too much fat$$ in it
    Last edited by vita3; 02-17-2024 at 05:08 PM.

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    Initial Bill which Jon deserves credit for was in 2010:

    On December 16, 2010, comedian Jon Stewart dedicated an entire episode of The Daily Show to the political battle over the Zadroga Act. Guests included four 9/11 first responders suffering from severe diseases and injuries related to their work near the WTC site. Stewart also interviewed Republican Mike Huckabee, who urged that "Every Republican should vote for this bill". Stewart also lambasted the lack of media coverage over the bill's political struggle in Congress. Stewart's coverage of the Republican filibuster raised media awareness of and public support for the bill, drawing praise from politicians and media outlets. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs acknowledged Jon Stewart's role in revitalizing support for the Zadroga Act, and The New York Times compared Jon Stewart to Edward R. Murrow, describing his coverage of the Zadroga debate as "advocacy journalism. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg described Stewart's coverage as "one of the biggest factors that led to the final agreement".


    Jon got involved again in 2015 for renewal & testified in Congress in 2019.

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    I'm surprised the Democrats aren't trying to draft Stewart into running for president. He would easily win in a landslide. Voter fraud would not be necessary.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    I'm surprised the Democrats aren't trying to draft Stewart into running for president. He would easily win in a landslide. Voter fraud would not be necessary.
    The two worst presidents in history. Two proven losers. The Republicans are being herded like cattle, huddling together in fear of imported wolves, and the Democrats are flatly being told the racist, senile molester is the only choice they're allowed.

    It's a game, and it was rigged from the start. Business as usual is the road to doom.

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    Stewart called BS on covid. That separated him from Democrat machine.

    He did an appearance on Colbert show, slyly saying it’s all crap & host Colbert couldn’t have been more uncomfortable

    I think he will still parrot the D line on most things. But he’s about the most honest there is as far as Democratic “news” ? guys
    Last edited by vita3; 02-18-2024 at 08:50 AM.



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    Haven’t seen a lot, but I think he’s been on the side of truth when talking about Israeli total destruction & overkill with Palestinian/Gaza


    That’s pretty freaking impressive for a Jewish man.

    I’m certainly not hating on him.

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    Eh. Can't agree. Not impressed w/Jon Stewart (0R Bill Mahr)

    Quote Originally Posted by vita3 View Post
    Jon was a absolute champ to get bill passed the first time. It doesn’t happen without him & probably saved some human lives.
    Stewart got that bill passed? I don't believe that. He's not a member of congress. Stewart was unecessary - just there to draw in the media. He's an actor/salesman who played a role - the emotional role, as leftists always do.

    "Unlike me, you're inhumane. You're heartless. You don't care about people with cancer. It's practically your fault people die! You're not good like me! I'm so wonderful! I LOVE me!"

    I just can't view manipulative people as decent, even if they occasionally tell the truth (once it's safe).

    Jon Stewart rips Rand Paul's 'virtue signaling'
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flcPLvOHfUM


    Rand Paul's response didn't get 1/10 the coverage Stewarts criticism did.
    Sen. Rand Paul Blasts Jon Stewart's Dishonesty on 9/11 Victims
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sl0QlU99bik

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    Imagine to be still defending Biden after Biden confused the Egyptian President/PM who dead with the Mexican Prime Minster..

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    Valli6,

    I was involved w/ initial bill

    Even went into congress lobbying for it with a police officer who lost it all (health,job & family) when towers fell on him

    Even went into Ron Paul’s office. Never got to talk to him about it

    Heartless Bitch Pelosi did not take it to vote in House (we had enuff votes) because she wanted to use it next Congressional session for horse trading


    When she brought it up later & it did pass house...Senate was stalling , it would not have passed if Jon didn’t do WHOLE show on it.

    Jon worked with John Feal (lost foot from 911 construction clearing accident @ site) ex- Army on this & got to know many very sick & dying first responders
    Last edited by vita3; 02-18-2024 at 06:39 PM.

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    Sick of the cry-ops.

    I’m disgusted by celebrity cry-ops.

    There are a billion heart-wrenching tragedies in the world and when an elitist celebrity picks a single one, and with full adoring media support, uses pure emotional manipulation to publicize it, while focusing misplaced anger on those who advocate for fiscal responsibility - it ain’t nothin but propaganda.

    Stewart might’ve used his platforms to advocate for the truth about how and why 9/11 occurred. He might’ve publicized the names of guilty parties from within our own government and it's ‘allies’ - who failed to protect Americans and even allowed the incident to occur. He might’ve called out all the covering up. He might’ve pushed for public hearings and punishments for those who were negligent and even downright treacherous. This is where all that anger would be rightfully focused.

    He did not, because while that might have been a benefit to American citizens, it would not have been so pleasant for Stewart, nor would it serve the power hungry elitists he supports. The media wouldn’t have heaped praise on him in dozens of interviews. He would never have been permitted to speak in congress.

    It never occurred to Stewart to selflessly work with his wealthy pals to create a fund to cover ongoing expenses for 9/11 first responders. Instead, he made the choice to push for another taxpayer-funded government project - portraying government as our sole savior and himself as a hero. Worse, he chose to focus all 9/11-related anger entirely onto persons concerned with fiscal responsibility, portraying them as unfeeling sociopaths, indifferent to the suffering of others - and Stewart feels good about himself for having done that.

    The tactic is interchangeable for any tragedy - but only a few select tragedies are chosen for this kind of coverage. You may feel closer to an issue when it involves someone you know, but in reality it's no more important than the tragedies of others, who don't have connections to persons with their own TV shows, the adoration of the media, and who never receive invitations to Washington DC.

    So, now Jon Stewart seeks to be heard and appreciated again. Will he advocate on behalf of; imprisoned/murdered journalists? Political prisoners jailed by our own government? Wiped-out, forgotten and long suffering middle-class citizens? Citizens maimed and murdered by violent repeat-criminals who are never punished? Freedom of speech? Requiring search warrants? Equal justice for ALL OF US under the law? With special treatment for none? PEACE?

    No.

    Light-hearted, self-backslapping, propagandist Jon Stewart seeks attention now, because it’s clear Biden can’t win an election and Trump can. Before you know it, he’ll be in love with the new democrat option, with some occasional hemming and hawing to make it look less contrived. Then, it’s back to ‘Trump is a too-rich, tyrant/nazi/dictator who wants to; ship illegal aliens home, make poor people starve, children cry, and first responders die of cancer.’
    Last edited by Valli6; 02-20-2024 at 02:20 PM.

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    Good rant valli. You’re absolutely correct, that if he was that great of a guy he would talk about who really did 911. & all the wars they have gotten from this event, including current ones..

    Facts is Larry Silverstein properties build WTC7 from scratch (only building @ the time his org ever constructed)

    He was paid $4.4 Billion in insurance (Jewish lighting) for collapse of WTC buildings..

    Currently Silverstein properties & Kushners real estate are building multiple 50 story towers in Jersey City NJ......

    Stewart’s perpetual Democratic shilling aside, how could anyone get behind Trump 2.0 knowing this rotten collaboration? Silverstein/kushner
    Last edited by vita3; 02-21-2024 at 07:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vita3 View Post
    Stewart’s perpetual Democratic shilling aside, how could anyone get behind Trump 2.0 knowing this rotten collaboration? Silverstein/kushner
    Here's one way:

    Witnessing the absolute death of my country and my culture by perverse, low IQ democrats who hate me.

    There aint gonna be some white knight riding in to be the ideal nominee. For this cycle, Trump is it. You would prefer to see Biden re-elected?

    We will have to count on that handful of smarter, more knowlegable, more intellectual, liberty-minded office holders we have supported, to bind Trump down and sway him away from the bad decisions he may be inclined to make. Remember, that is how our government was designed to work. You would prefer to see Biden re-elected? A future with possibilities beats sure destruction.

    Would you choose certain destruction because you have a theory regarding a single instance of corruption, when thousands and thousands of acts of unpunished corruption we already know about, have our people dying, and civilization falling down around our ears right now?

    I'm being optimistic here.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Valli6 View Post
    Stewart got that bill passed? I don't believe that. He's not a member of congress. Stewart was unecessary - just there to draw in the media. He's an actor/salesman who played a role - the emotional role, as leftists always do.

    "Unlike me, you're inhumane. You're heartless. You don't care about people with cancer. It's practically your fault people die! You're not good like me! I'm so wonderful! I LOVE me!"

    I just can't view manipulative people as decent, even if they occasionally tell the truth (once it's safe).

    Jon Stewart rips Rand Paul's 'virtue signaling'
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flcPLvOHfUM


    Rand Paul's response didn't get 1/10 the coverage Stewarts criticism did.
    Sen. Rand Paul Blasts Jon Stewart's Dishonesty on 9/11 Victims
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sl0QlU99bik
    That same "Decent" Stewart who called Tucker's interview with Putin a propaganda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valli6 View Post
    There aint gonna be some white knight riding in to be the ideal nominee. For this cycle, Trump is it. You would prefer to see Biden re-elected?
    We need to get out from under the thumb of both these useless parties. I'm tired of settling for terrible because they can always come up with worse. They're re-running the two worst presidents in history. That's not good enough.

    And a lot of people are saying the same thing. We've never had a better chance to break this duopoly. No, Trump is not "it". We have a third party nominee with the name recognition of a Kennedy, and I don't intend to waste this moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    We need to get out from under the thumb of both these useless parties. I'm tired of settling for terrible because they can always come up with worse. They're re-running the two worst presidents in history. That's not good enough.

    And a lot of people are saying the same thing. We've never had a better chance to break this duopoly. No, Trump is not "it". We have a third party nominee with the name recognition of a Kennedy, and I don't intend to waste this moment.
    True about the useless parties, but right now, it's more realistic to expect the president to be somewhat terrible and depend on our more liberty-minded office-holders and judges to "bind him down".

    I have doubts about Kennedy's ability to not behave like a stupid, bubble-dwelling democrat. There are some issues he doesn't seem to want to address. I have yet to hear him admit to the many bad decisions democrats have shoved down our throats in past decades (His uncle ted's push for destructive immigration policies comes to mind at the moment. Also that Obama is a corrupt crook, who spied on opposition party.) I'd have to hear a lot of mea culpas from RFK jr on behalf of the democrat party. I'd need to hear him admit to and call out this popular desire to obliterate my culture. I'd have to hear frequently verbalized apologies and promises to halt this longterm HATRED of my people - before I would entertain giving this guy my vote. I don't anticipate him doing any such thing.
    Last edited by Valli6; 02-21-2024 at 09:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valli6 View Post
    True about the useless parties, but right now, it's more realistic to expect the president to be somewhat terrible and depend on our more liberty-minded office-holders and judges to "bind him down".

    I have doubts about Kennedy's ability to not behave like a stupid, bubble-dwelling democrat. There are some issues he doesn't seem to want to address. I have yet to hear him admit to the many bad decisions democrats have shoved down our throats in past decades (His uncle ted's push for destructive immigration policies comes to mind at the moment.) I'd have to hear a lot of mea culpas from RFK jr on behalf of the democrat party. I'd need to hear him admit to and call out this popular desire to obliterate my culture. I'd have to hear frequently verbalized apologies and promises to halt this longterm HATRED of my people - before I would entertain giving this guy my vote. I don't anticipate him doing any such thing.
    So, you don't demand any of the same from the guy leading the GOP??? Especially, since he already was in charge once and did none of those things.

    Personally, I'm still undecided on which fate would be worse to saddle my children and grandchildren with, but I really like RFK throwing a monkey wrench into the DNC's plans.

    I wonder if Jon Stewart will have RFK on??? lol
    "And now that the legislators and do-gooders have so futilely inflicted so many systems upon society, may they finally end where they should have begun: May they reject all systems, and try liberty; for liberty is an acknowledgment of faith in God and His works." - Bastiat

    "It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere." - Voltaire

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptUSA View Post
    So, you don't demand any of the same from the guy leading the GOP???
    Of course not. They know their party's terrible. They know their candidate is terrible, a proven loser, one of the two worst presidents in history. I'm talking about both batches of partisans, all the people caught up in the false dichotomy and bound and determined to throw their vote away again to avoid throwing it away.

    Independents outnumber either group, and they're increasingly wising up enough to say, a pox on both your houses! We've never had a better chance to break out of this trap.

    Somebody who will only conserve the damage they did will no longer do. Republicans never clean up after Democrats. Time to find someone who will--or at least break out of the Uniparty and pave the way for someone who will.
    Last edited by acptulsa; 02-21-2024 at 10:59 AM.

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    Sorry Valli, I can think for myself & Kushners & Silverstein doing big business together is enough for “my one instance of corruption” awareness to want to puke

    & your theory that Trump F*d up first term, but if we “demand” he selects the right people this time & do the right thing THIS time ... is Krazy

    Very firm & Hard NO to Trump & Biden for me.

    Both these corrupt, fossils are LIVING off both parties hating each other & ignoring how horrible both men really are.
    Last edited by vita3; 02-21-2024 at 01:45 PM.

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