Comedy Central Deteriorates Further: Ultra-left Race Politics Posing as Comedy Posing as News

The many liberals who rely on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show as their main source of news will continue to be politically correctly informed, even after Jon Stewart has left the scene:

On Monday, Comedy Central announced that South African comedian Trevor Noah would be replacing Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show. To get a feel for Noah’s brand of humor, one could simply watch his debut on the fake news show in December of 2014, when he jokingly declared that present-day America had worse race relations than Apartheid South Africa.

After introducing Noah as the show’s newest contributor at the time, Stewart noted: “And I know that you flew in, I guess, yesterday from South Africa.” Noah replied: “Yeah, I just flew in and boy are my arms tired….No, no, seriously, I’ve been holding my arms like this since I got here.” He made the completely discredited “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gesture with his hands and added: “I never thought I’d be more afraid of police in America than in South Africa. It kind of makes me a little nostalgic for the old days back home.”

The “hands up don’t shoot” meme has been acknowledged to be a flat-out lie even by the libs at the Washington Post.

Noah went on to compare America unfavorably to Apartheid South Africa. For a liberal, this is the worst insult imaginable:

“Here’s the amazing part, for South Africa to achieve that kind of black-white wealth gap, we had to construct an entire Apartheid state, denying blacks the right to vote or own property. But you, you did it without even trying.”

The Daily Show was followed up by its spinoff The Colbert Report, whose time slot has already been taken over by Larry Wilmore — like Noah, a race-baiting leftist of politically preferred pigmentation.

Those liberals who are not driven over to Fox News to find out what is really going on will become more radicalized than ever.

Trevor Noah
Trevor Noah will be telling liberals what it is trendy to believe.

On tips from Bodhisattva and Artfldgr. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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