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    Jon Stewart Hilariously Pushes Wuhan Lab Leak Into the Mainstream

    LOL....

    Fast forward to 2:50

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    LOL....

    Fast forward to 2:50

    Wow! I think Stephen Colbert crapped his pants.
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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to dannno again.

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    Anyone paying attention, excluding normies knew what they were saying from the beginning. As always with any disaster they wait a year, or two, sometimes more to easy people in the truth when people stop caring enough to revolt over the topic and witch hunt who to blame. Never trust anything from the government or news media in a disaster. They are serial liars for their own benefit and justify as for your own good.

    So now we see them using comedians to ease the public into the truth. These two represent the epitome of the elite class yet playing the role of outsider comedians.
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    Stephen Colbert is worse than even Rachel Maddow.

    At least Rachel Maddow has an excuse for being so stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kahless View Post
    So now we see them using comedians to ease the public into the truth. These two represent the epitome of the elite class yet playing the role of outsider comedians.
    While true, the policies that have been in effect during the virus event have nearly devastated the economy and so it is good news to see the signs of turning... this is how the "elites" play their hand when they abandon a failed policy, so it's a very positive bellwether...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaytonB View Post
    While true, the policies that have been in effect during the virus event have nearly devastated the economy and so it is good news to see the signs of turning... this is how the "elites" play their hand when they abandon a failed policy, so it's a very positive bellwether...
    The typical viewer that watches that program does not have the mental capacity to comprehend that. They only remember recent news cycles or one or two initial facts from past news cycles. Typically a 6 month attention span. All they will remember is Jon Stewart funny, Steve Colbert funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kahless View Post
    The typical viewer that watches that program does not have the mental capacity to comprehend that. They only remember recent news cycles or one or two initial facts from past news cycles. Typically a 6 month attention span. All they will remember is Jon Stewart funny, Steve Colbert funny.
    Correct. Either way, I take this as a sign that the virus mania is coming to a close. Keeping my fingers crossed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
    Stephen Colbert is worse than even Rachel Maddow.

    At least Rachel Maddow has an excuse for being so stupid.
    Stewart had some great moments but I don't think I've ever found Colbert funny. He built his character up as a sarcastic, smug, elitist persona and I could never get around.
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    This is getting silly.
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    It started silly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nobody's_hero View Post
    Stewart had some great moments but I don't think I've ever found Colbert funny. He built his character up as a sarcastic, smug, elitist persona and I could never get around.
    He went from pretending to be a sarcastic, smug, elitist persona, to actually being one.
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