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  • Stephen Colbert to Produce Donald Trump Cartoon Show for Showtime

    07/27/2017 5:55:53 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 16 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | July 27, 2017 | P.J. Gladnick
    It has been announced today that Showtime has given the go ahead for a 10 episode series of animated shows about President Donald Trump to air this Fall. So will this cartoon series be done in the spirit of good fun such as the way Vaughn Meader satirized John F. Kennedy in his First Family album over 50 years ago? Well, the fourth†sentence of this†Variety†article reveals that probably won't be the case:
  • Ted Cruz Asked Stephen Colbert to ĎHumanizeí Him

    05/21/2017 4:36:58 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 61 replies
    New York Post ^ | May 21, 2017 | Lindsey Kupfer
    Former GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz once went on ďThe Late ShowĒ and asked Stephen Colbert if he could ďhumanizeĒ him. Colbert was explaining to an audience at New York magís Vulture Festival on Saturday that audiences can ďsmell a prepared answerĒ from a politician. ďI donít want to betray my guest because thereís what happens on-camera and off-camera, but I guess itís okay because I donít think [Ted Cruz] understood what he was asking,Ē the 53-year-old host said.
  • YIKES! CNN Statement Slams Trump for Knocking Cuomo, Lemon; ĎBeneath the Dignity of the Officeí

    05/11/2017 3:00:25 PM PDT · by ForYourChildren · 70 replies
    MRC Newsbusters ^ | 05/11/2017 | Curtis Houck
    Not convinced the media is the opposition party yet? Well, Thursday provided another example as CNN issued a statement disguised as an editorial, blasting President Donald Trump for comments he made about liberal CNN hosts Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon as ďbeneath the dignity of the office of the President." Reported by Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter, he filled the role of network stenographer: "CNN says President Trump's latest anti-media attacks "are beneath the dignity of the office of the President." "In an interview with Time magazine, Trump insulted CNN's Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon and criticized MSNBC's Joe Scarborough....
  • Gaslighting ĎR Us

    05/11/2017 6:26:29 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 5-11-17 | MOTUS
    Attention Americans: when youíre not being manipulated youíre being gaslighted.Butt thatís okay, the looney left is so conditioned to watch and listen for the Pavlovian signals to indicate which way to the feed bag that theyíd starve without proper direction from the media mavens.Unfortunately they sometimes† get their signals crossed, as they did at the Colbert show the other night. CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert (of Ďcock holsterí infamy) informed his audience Tuesday evening at the taping of the Late Show of the then-breaking news that FBI Director James Comey had just been fired by President Donald Trump. Colbertís...
  • Video: Liberal Crowd at Colbert Show CHEERS Comey Firing

    05/10/2017 2:52:36 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 32 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 05/09/2016 | Kristinn Taylor
    How like sheep are liberals? Easily led, like lambs to the slaughter. CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert (of Ďcock holsterí infamy) informed his audience Tuesday evening at the taping of the Late Show of the then-breaking news that FBI Director James Comey had just been fired by President Donald Trump. Colbertís liberal audience erupted in wild cheers at the news that their defeated 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clintonís nemesis (over his handling of Clintonís email investigation) was finally dealt justice. A stunned Colbert rebuked the audience, waving a shaming finger at them and saying, ďHuge, huge Donald Trump fans...
  • From Johnny Carson to Stephen Colbert

    05/09/2017 1:31:08 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 94 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 9, 2017 | Dennis Prager
    In a monologue considered witty by teenagers, teenagers in adult bodies and those who hate President Trump, CBS "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert said about President Trump, "The only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin's c*** holster," and "You're turning into a real prick-tator." Witty? Not to many of us. And not just not witty but obscene, which is particularly disturbing because it was broadcast on network television, not cable television. But more than anything, it exemplified a trend in American life that one could identify without any exaggeration as the unraveling of civil society. To...
  • FCC to investigate, 'take appropriate action' on Colbertís Trump rant

    Late night talk show host Stephen Colbert's controversial joke about President Trump drew the attention of the Federal Communications Commission. The agency received "a number" of complaints about Colbert's commentary earlier in the week, according to the FCC's chief. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai promised to "take the appropriate action" following a comprehensive investigation of Colbert's remarks. The FCC's response will depend on whether Colbert's remarks are considered "obscene."
  • Crude Comedians of 'the Resistance'

    05/05/2017 4:44:55 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 30 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 5, 2017 | Brent Bozell
    TV comedy cannot be too harsh when directed at President Donald Trump. There are no limits, and CBS "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert has proven it. Under the rubric of corporate loyalty after the president cut an interview short with CBS "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson and mocked his show as "Deface the Nation," Colbert called the president a "prick-tator," and then suggested the only thing the president's mouth is good for is being a holster for the sexual organ of Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was on national television, and his audience roared -- and gasped. The notion...
  • Stephen Colbert Should Hire a Good Lawyer

    05/02/2017 4:38:18 PM PDT · by ckinv368 · 58 replies
    Kinvig on Politics ^ | 5-2-2017 | Cameron Kinvig
    There comes a time within the bounds of human decency and national consciousness where the populace needs to stand up and declare that ďenough is enough.Ē With regard to the political discourse in America, that time is now. On the evening of May 1, late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert decided to push well beyond the confines of acceptable political dialogue. When speaking of Trumpís first 100 days in office, he dove deep into the realm of crass, witless, maliciously defamatory humor that is neither acceptable within our honorable society nor protected by the Constitution of the United States. In...
  • What Atheist Ricky Gervais Got Wrong Debating God With Stephen Colbert

    02/09/2017 8:11:03 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 28 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 02/09/2017 | John Ellis
    Comedian and atheist Ricky Gervais recently squared off with comedian and Roman Catholic Stephen Colbert over religion during a recent†taping of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." The exchange was brief and mostly unproductive in terms of articulating anything of value, but it did provide some insight into one of†atheism's†blind spotsóteleology (the purpose of things). I encourage you to watch the video. Not long into the discussion, Colbert presents Gervais with the philosophical question, "Why is there something instead of nothing?" Gervais immediately dismisses the question as making "no sense at all." Ricky Gervais then proceeds to change the question...
  • Wikileaks: Colbert Report took orders from Clinton group

    12/06/2016 7:14:55 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 46 replies
    Red Alert Politics ^ | December 6, 2016 | Ryan Girdusky
    Stephen Colbertís role as the conservative newsman on the Comedy Central hit show, The Colbert Report, was a prime source of news for many millennials. It was also a chief avenue of propaganda for the Clintons years before Hillary ran for president. Wikileaks revealed on Tuesday that Colbert and his team at Comedy Central were making episodes at the request or order of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) back in April of 2013. Craig Minassian of the Clinton group e-mailed John Podesta, the close ally and future campaign manager for Hillary, to see if he saw a specific episode of...
  • Stephen Colbert Slams Senate for Failing to Pass Gun Control Bills

    06/22/2016 7:10:03 AM PDT · by rktman · 51 replies
    yahoo.com ^ | 6/22/2016 | Nick Paschal
    Stephen Colbert was angrier than usual with the Senate after they failed to pass any of the proposed gun control bills this week. The Late Show host had a hard time believing that they couldnít come together on something that so many Americans agree on, saying, ďNinety-two percent of Americans want to expand background checks for gun buyers, and you just ignore them. Since when does 8 percent of the population get to have total control of an issue?Ē
  • It's 'Our Jobs' As Journalists to Shift Conversation Away From Clinton's Past

    05/29/2016 7:48:25 AM PDT · by Mier · 22 replies
    http://newsbusters.org/blogs ^ | May 26, 2016 | Kristine Marsh
    During a conversation Wednesday night at a YMCA in New York City, CBSí late night host Stephen Colbert interviewed CBS News political director John Dickerson on the race for the White House. At some point in the interview, they took audience questions in which one person asked if Bill Clintonís past should affect Hillary Clintonís future. Dickerson responded by admitting that it was one of journalistsí ďjobsĒ to steer the conversation away from candidates' pasts.
  • Colbert to Hillary: 'Lying Should Be the Easiest Part of Campaigning!'

    02/23/2016 7:00:10 PM PST · by Kaslin · 12 replies
    NewsBusters.org ^ | February 23, 2016 | Melissa Mullins
    They say "honesty is the best policy" but apparently Democratic presidential candidate frontrunner Hilary Clinton didn‚Äôt get that memo either. Nevertheless, comedian Stephen Colbert tried passing along the message to her this past Friday on The Late Show when he joked, ‚Äúlying should be the easiest part of campaigning,‚ÄĚ reacting to the cringe-worthy, face-palm inducing statement the former secretary of state made to interviewer Scott Pelley of CBS: Well, but, you know, you're asking me to say, "Have I ever?" I don't believe I ever have. I don't believe I ever have. I don't believe I ever will. I'm going...
  • REPORT: Megyn Kelly & Bill O‚ÄôReilly at War After She Slams His Show on National TV

    02/11/2016 8:16:40 PM PST · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 113 replies
    For many months, Fox News and GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump have been at each other's throats. Trump has claimed that Fox News personality Megyn Kelly hasn't been fair to him, and Fox has said that Trump's accusations are baseless. New York Magazine reported that this little spat may be causing some further complications within the Fox News network. Reportedly Megyn Kelly and Bill O'Reilly are at each other's throats over Trump and Kelly's increasing popularity. Despite angering many people with her treatment of Trump, Kelly's popularity in Republican circles has actually grown, and she is now at the center...
  • Stephen Colbert Moderates An All-Trump Debate

    01/30/2016 11:32:41 AM PST · by GodGunsGuts · 61 replies
    YouTube ^ | January 29, 2016
    Starts at minute 3:21
  • Greenfield: Trolling is the New Politics

    01/22/2016 5:58:11 AM PST · by Louis Foxwell · 21 replies
    The Sultan Knish blog ^ | Thursday, January 21, 2016 | Daniel Greenfield
    Thursday, January 21, 2016 Trolling is the New Politics Posted by Daniel Greenfield Your classic troll was an amoral sociopath or played one on the internet. His only cause was his own amusement. He advocated horrible and contradictory causes because it amused him to infuriate people. If he could get an entire group howling for his blood, he won. If an outraged media reported on his antics, he was a prince among trolls. Chaos and absurdity were his only agendas. But eventually the trolls who did it for the "Lulz" gave way to the "Moralfags" sincere trolls who were sincerely...
  • Colbert says he 'completely agrees' that Donald Trump is his old conservative character

    12/27/2015 3:47:26 PM PST · by presidio9 · 33 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 27 December 2015 | Nikki Schwab
    Stephen Colbert is seeing some striking similarities between his old character and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. ‚ÄėI‚Äôm not the first person to say this, but I completely agree that he‚Äôs my old character with 10 billion dollars,‚Äô Colbert said. Colbert had played a cartoonish conservative for years on The Colbert Report, before retiring the character to take the reins of the Late Show in September, after David Letterman retired. Talking to Face the Nation‚Äôs John Dickerson, Colbert said that Trump was ‚Äėdoing it better than I ever could.‚Äô Colbert said Trump‚Äôs success comes because ‚Äėhe‚Äôs willing to drink his own...
  • Stephen Colbert Will Pretend to Support Trump on Face The Nation

    12/24/2015 12:03:27 PM PST · by PJ-Comix · 25 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | December 24, 2015 | P.J. Gladnick
    Don't panic, liberals. Stephen Colbert won't really be supporting Donald Trump†on Face The Nation this Sunday. He will only be pretending to support Trump in his character of pretend conservative from The Colbert Report. Since his current Late Show ratings on CBS are falling, one can't blame him for attempting to reprise a role that enjoyed some success. Of course, many liberals out there won't be in on the obvious joke when reading this Politico report †which leaves off the fact that Colbert will only be pretending although anybody who is familiar with him would know there is no way...
  • Colbert's 'Late Show' has become propaganda for Democrats

    11/21/2015 2:58:25 PM PST · by EveningStar · 33 replies
    New York Post ^ | November 21, 2015 | Kyle Smith
    So Stephen Colbert turns out to be just as much of an a-hole as "Stephen Colbert." Viewers have noticed. After an initial burst of interest spurred by CBS's big-bucks saturation advertising campaign for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the show's ratings have tanked and it is now running third in late night behind NBC's Jimmy Fallon and ABC's Jimmy Kimmel, who rarely has managed second place before. The reason? A survey by the Hollywood Reporter found that conservative viewers are turning off Colbert in droves. Nearly twice as many Republicans are watching Kimmel as Colbert, who has turned "Late...