The Daily Show
From Encyclopedia Dramatica
—haters, in denial about how he airs more truth than the news does
The Daily Show is a half-hour fake news show on Comedy Central hosted by Jonathan Leibowitz✡ (aka Jon Stewart), a supposedly liberal Jew and comedian. The Daily Show is the absolute definition of quantity over quality, with their demographic being college-bound, Godless hipsters who may or may not be stoned.
When not hosting The Daily Show, Stewart can be seen going to other shows just to troll their pundits. If that's not clitty enough, in 2013 word got around that Stewart was the highest-paid personality on late night television, being owner and executive producer as well as star.
No one knows that the show was created in 1996, hosted by Craig Kilborn (Before he made the great career choice to leave for his own late night show on network television, thence disappearing) and even then, wasn't funny. Though Jon Stewart likes to pretend that he was the original everything, Stephen Colbert was already on the show for 2 years before Stewart came by to make it even better.
Today, the show includes over 9,000 graphics per story, and the only one who laughs at the jokes is Jew. For the second half of the show, Jon commences to kiss the ass of whatever guest he happens to have on, such as his popular show with Hitler, in which he admitted that kristallnacht "wasn't all that bad". The "Moment of Zen", which previously contained such lulz-worthy clips as people throwing baby chicks to alligators as feed, now contains a re-run of C-Span, funny only to... well, no one, actually. And when the "comedy" fails, Stewart resorts to whining about Fox News and making incredulous 'get-a-load-of-this-guy' faces at the audience, because it's easy.
In 2005, The Daily Show made the full leap to Saturday Night Live Lite, with the addition of the then over-the-hill White Stripes as a musical guest. Since then, Jon has found more and more ways to vary content and suck up to his hipster-asshole-Hillary-Clinton-is-god fanbase.
The only worthwhile point of the show was the last minute, in which Jon kissed Stephen Colbert's ass, trying to ride on his coattails. Like the rest of the show, this failed, and seconds after the credits roll, Jon went back to his day job, prying gold teeth out of burned concentration camp corpses. In 2009, when Colbert started wiping TDS in the ratings, Jon stopped doing a lead-in. (Not that he really cares, being a co-creator and co-producer of both TDS and The Colbert Report. No matter what shit rolls downhill, Jon doesn't lose.)
On the night of July 14th, 2008, Britfag (with standard-issue green teeth) John Oliver made Jon Stewart his Jew bitch when he rickrolled Jon on national television. And in 2014, Oliver quit (after years of making Stewart look incompetent) and started his own HBO show that completely ate Stewart's foreskin off. Unfortunately, however, John Oliver's time spent with Jon Stewart (what is it with pasty white Johns?) ensured that he inherited his bland, shitty, distinctly liberal sense of humor.
Jon Stewart has recently been declared the most trusted newsman after Walter Cronkite (or even Dan Rather). Of course, this was declared as the result of an online poll by Time Magazine, who have the most fool-proof polls around.
The Daily Show exploits a loophole that renders them invulnerable to criticism:
- Use the show to further liberal agendas;
- Show clips of other news channels criticizing The Daily Show;
- Tell viewers that other channels can't criticize them because it's a satire news show;
- Continue to use the show to further liberal agendas.
If You Can't Take the Heat, Have Your Opponent Shitcanned
Despite claiming to do it for the lulz, the surprisingly thin-skinned Stewart is known to undermine the careers of anyone lower than him on the television totem pole who has the unmitigated gall to criticize him too often.
In 2004, bowtie-clad conservative Tucker Carlson and equally obnoxious arch-liberal Paul Begalia invited Stewart to their debate show, Crossfire. After insulting both hosts to their faces, Carlson responded like the smartass he is by saying, "I do think you're more fun on your show." Stamping his spoiled little Jew feet, Stewart responded angrily:
When Crossfire was canceled months later after 23 nauseating seasons, CNN president Jonathan Klein openly referred to Stewart's appearance on the show as a factor.
Embroiled in another battle of absent wits years later with CNN douchebag extraordinaire Rick Sanchez, Stewart decided that it was time to again call on the aid of the Zion media banhammer when Sanchez spoke honestly for a change in regard to Stewart and his ilk, and their absurd tendency to pose as victims:
—Rick Sanchez, in a rare moment of clarity
Afterwards Sanchez went further and claimed John Stewart is bigoted because he was raised in a middle class liberal household who can't relate to hardworking conservative Sanchez with poor daddy but never gave a specific example of racism because privilege=racism. Rick Sanchez later admits in this video that he just feels like lashing out because he is paranoid that people look down on him for coming to America on a banana boat.
After Sanchez was immediately fired for speaking the obvious truth, Stewart decided to add insult to injury on one of Comedy Central's many unfunny specials:
—Jon Stewart, intentionally obtuse
This stratagem has the double advantage of trolling Sanchez while assuring (through implication, not statement) Stewart's brain-dead fanbase of addled hipsters and college kids that Jews don't actually own and administer the vast majority of North America's mass media production and distribution companies.
Should the unthinkable occur and a serious rift should come between Stewart and Stephen Colbert, the former will likely be powerless to do anything. Luckily for the little, tiny Joisey eater of bitter herbs and Manischewitz crap in a can, this never happened. Colbert left for CBS in 2014 and got a better job running Letterman's show. Colbert is now the highest-paid person on late-night TV, easily beating his former employer. So Butthurt Jon turned in his own resignation, effective August 2015.
Even before Jon was out the door (and replaced by a mixed-race person), his victims were lining up to take shots. Wyatt Cenac, an actual black person who spent "almost five years" working for the Leibowitz Sweatshop and No-Tell Motel, talked about how the Big Boss treated him during Daily Show staff meetings. Of course this led to Cenac leaving the show.
Global Zionist Conspiracy
The Daily Show is part of the total reign by pork-gobbling Jews over the USA. By doing WTC, the heebs have cleverly manipulated the entire middle class (lol) population so they will think that watching The Daily Show constitutes an acceptable level of dissent against idiot-genius W and his policy of pwning all their taxes to pay for the Zionist controlled extermination of every towelhead on the planet.
Their grip was tightened further when Stewart and his Zionist Pig Meat Overlords threw Rick Sanchez off of CNN for proving the existence of their horrible conspiracy.
- See WTC for more bacon
The Rally To Restore Sanity
In mid-September, 2010, Jon Stewart decided to jump on Stephen Colbert's massive ballsack and hitch a ride to Washington DC where Dr. Colbert would be holding a rally at the National Mall on Octobert 30th. This in an attempt to take the volume of the National Conversation down a notch after months of hysterical yelling from the pundits of Faux News about Black Jesus being a Commie, secret Moslem hellbent on destroying America, the rise of the angry mob of teabaggers led by Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin and the hysteria surrounding such IRL trolls as the Ground Zero Mosque and Burn A Koran Day.
The funniest thing about the rally was Colbert stealing the show by jumping out of the ground wearing an Evel Knievel/Elvis jumpsuit and flapping his arms. The "political commentary" ended up being tedious and not especially funny--just like the paranoid Glenn Beck rally that it was meant to counter. Yet this was a "high point" of the Stewart-controlled era of Comedy Central's late-night political "satire". The only people actually laughing were the pathetic stoners who slept thru South Park.
|"I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!"
Who among us has not wanted to open their window and shout that at the top of their lungs?
Because we're looking for those people. We're looking for the people who think shouting is annoying, counterproductive, and terrible for your throat; who feel that the loudest voices shouldn't be the only ones that get heard; and who believe that the only time it's appropriate to draw a Hitler mustache on someone is when that person is actually Hitler. Or Charlie Chaplin in certain roles.
Are you one of those people? Excellent. Then we'd like you to join us in Washington, DC on October 30 -- a date of no significance whatsoever -- at the Daily Show's "Rally to Restore Sanity." Ours is a rally for the people who've been too busy to go to rallies, who actually have lives and families and jobs (or are looking for jobs) -- not so much the Silent Majority as the Busy Majority. If we had to sum up the political view of our participants in a single sentence... we couldn't. That's sort of the point.
Think of our event as Woodstock, but with the nudity and drugs replaced by respectful disagreement; the Million Man March, only a lot smaller, and a bit less of a sausage fest; or the Gathering of the Juggalos, but instead of throwing our feces at Tila Tequila, we'll be actively *not* throwing our feces at Tila Tequila. Join us in the shadow of the Washington Monument. And bring your indoor voice. Or don't. If you'd rather stay home, go to work, or drive your kids to soccer practice... Actually, please come anyway. Ask the sitter if she can stay a few extra hours, just this once. We'll make it worth your while.
- See Shit for moar shit
- John Oliver replaces Jon Stewart for the summer, and kills it
- Jon Stewart embarrassing Tucker Carlson and Paul Begala on Crossfire
- Jon Stewart's Rally To Restore Sanity
- Rally To Restore Sanity on Failbook
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