Does anyone view Fox News as an actual news program? I mean—they’re not really relevant they’re more of a propaganda show, right? Well, I guess they didn’t get that memo because the “hosts” of the show “The Five” decided to attack Jon Stewart. Again, Jon Stewart who hosts a satirical news program was attacked by guys that call themselves newsmen.
Jon Stewart’s show is aimed at making fun of news because—it’s an easy target. The times we live in are ridiculous so “The Daily Show” points that out. Sometimes, actual news comes out of the show but it’s mainly a show that says, “Hey, world stop being an douchebag”. It’s not the place you turn for breaking news. It’s an opinion show. It’s the opinion of Jon Stewart and his writers.
Fox News is a racist, disgusting, barbaric program and Jon Stewart routinely calls them out for it. This behavior is what has him in their crosshairs this week. One of the hosts from “The Five”, Eric Bolling, said that Congressman Ellison is “very dangerous” and has been “the Muslim apologist in Congress for a long time.” He also noted that Ellison “raised his right hand and took the oath of office on the Quran” that’s probably because Congressman Ellison is a Muslim and swearing on a Bible mean d*ck to him. He used his religion’s holy book to swear an oath…WHAT A DANGEROUS MAN! He also took on Bob Beckel who called for America to restrict Muslim students from entering the country.
So, Jon Stewart made fun of two men who said that America should racially profile people and prevent people of a certain religion from entering a country that was built on religious freedom.
In response to Stewart calling them racists, Bolling turned to an article from the Union Leader newspaper, in which he said a professor agreed with his theory. The professor Bolling mentioned cited no sources or studies in the article. Instead, she made a similarly sweeping assertion:
“When we talk about radicalized Islamic ideologies, it’s a very small population within Islam,” she said. “Only about 10 percent of Muslims are fundamentalists, and only 1 percent of that 10 percent have a radical understanding of Islam.”
“Hey Jonny boy, pull up a chair right here between Bob and me and let’s debate this thing,” Bolling said. “You got the cojones?” Does Jon Stewart have the balls to debate an article by a professor that has no sources and therefore is stating her personal opinion? Yeah, I don’t think that needs a response from Stewart.
Beckel stepped up next and said “I was a liberal activist and a progressive before you were out of your Pampers,” Beckel said. “You may get on a TV show and talk liberal politics. I’ve been on the lines registering voters, being on union lines, and others. Maybe you want to bring your credentials up here.”
Says the man on the most conservative television program. He is not a liberal. He can pretend to be all he wants. He is a paid host on a conservative network and he is there to give the illusion of a balanced panel. Methinks thou doth protest too much.