WASHINGTON, November 19, 2016 — From what’s left of network and cable news to night time talk shows to the hosts and standups appearing on the declining “Comedy Central” brand, most of these entertainment shows have one thing in common: the selling of left-wing politics in a 24/7 format.
In 2016, however, the media’s virtue-signaling leftists really jumped the shark in terms of their nonstop political propaganda that favored the detestable Hillary Clinton while mischaracterizing, smearing, slandering and otherwise condemning Donald Trump as Election 2016 gathered steam. But their herculean efforts to give Clinton the landslide victory that she and they were convinced she deserved failed utterly on November 8, as Deplorable voters came out of the woodwork to give Donald Trump a convincing electoral vote victory over the Democrats and their propaganda machine.
So far in the post-election period, few of these TV personalities have bothered to reassess or moderate their approach to politics, which essentially ignores or belittles at least 50 percent of the electorate. But a few personalities–very few–are trying to grasp what, for them, went terribly wrong during the recent election cycle. One of them could be former Daily Show host Jon Stewart, who actually stepped down from his long time gig in 2015. Regular viewers of the show apparently looked forward to Stewart predictably trashing the GOP night after night.
In a recent interview with fellow lifelong lefty Charlie Rose on CBS Good Morning, Stewart briefly sidestepped the issue of Trump’s supposedly “surprise” election, morally equating 2016’s latest anti-Washington protest vote with the pro-Obama vote in 2008.
However, unlike so many of his colleagues as well as the thousands of Soros-paid demonstrators currently attempting to disrupt Trump’s presidency before it has even begun, Stewart was not so quick to condemn pro-Trump voters as the morons American and international elites claim they are, as Newsweek’s Ryan Bort points out in his recent Newsweek piece on the Stewart interview.
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