“I think of one of the lessons of this book and what we’re talking about is to put satire and culture in its proper place,” Stewart said. “That controlling a culture is not the same as power. And that while we were all passing around really remarkably eviscerating videos of the Tea Party ― that we had all made great fun of ― [they were] sitting off a highway at a Friendly’s taking over a local school board.”“And the lesson there is,” he continued, referencing the Daily Show, “as much as I love what we did and I liked it, there is a self-satisfaction there that is unwarranted, unearned, and not useful.”
Stewart scorned social justice warriors who’ve demonized Trump supporters as racists and homophobic and sexists.
“This has to stop,” Stewart said. “This idea that we’re all … that our team is perfect and the other team is demons.
Jon Stewart is just another in a long line of clueless liberal celebrities who live every minute of every day in an echo chamber where they take turns telling each other how smart they are. They’re all geniuses in that little echo chamber because nobody disagrees with them.
WELL, BY GOD, SIXTY-FIVE MILLION REAL PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THE REAL WORLD GOT UP ON ELECTION DAY AND DISAGREED WITH EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM AND WE’RE NOT DONE YET!
Think about that, Jon Stewart, you with that smug, condescending smile and glib little one-liners that you didn’t even write yourself.
Think about THIS the next time you and your clueless little snowflake audience chooses to mock us, laugh at us and make fun of us: THERE ARE MORE OF US THAN THERE ARE OF YOU, AND THE GREAT UNDECIDED MODERATES ARE NOW LEANING OUR WAY.
Game over, pal.