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Whenever the Catholic Church gets into any hot water, the liberal media is always there to fire off some ignorant criticism or scathing tirade. Of course, it’s the perfect opportunity to channel their ire for the Church, so why hold back? Daily Show host and liberal mascot Trevor Noah didn’t hold back with his anti-Catholic monologue on Wednesday.
In a Comedy Central promo, Daily Show host Trevor Noah is shown lecturing Republicans about their opposition to socialism, claiming concerns over the radical left-wing ideology are “all in you mind.” During a recent interview with socialist New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Noah dismissed the term as just a political “label.”
The journalists at CBS This Morning on Thursday brought on liberal Daily Show host Trevor Noah to pontificate as a serious political analyst and not a comedian. With no hint of Noah’s hard-left politics, the hosts tossed him softballs such as this one from Alex Wagner: “My question to you is do you think this crazy moment we're in is passing crazy or permanent crazy?”
Global warming may have taken a back seat in the national dialogue, but for lefties who still talk about it, the rhetoric has gotten crazier. In his monologue titled “The World Is on Fire” on July 26, Trevor Noah on the Daily Show brought up some weird and wild speculations about climate change, so crazy that he even joked that he was on weed.
There apparently is no backing down for the “politically correct” left. Trevor Noah of the Daily Show was hit with a wave of outrage after his comment, “Africa won the World Cup,” was construed as racist by the French. The comedian finally addressed the issue on his Youtube series, “Between the Scenes.” Reading a letter from the French ambassador, Gerard Araud, Noah refused to offer an apology to the French, but instead tried to dig himself further into a hole by saying, “When I say they're African, I’m not saying it as a way to exclude them from their Frenchness. I’m saying it to include them in my Africanness.”
When social justice warriors in Hollywood screw up, it’s absolutely hilarious. The host of the Daily Show, Trevor Noah, has stated again and again that President Trump is a racist. So the wheel turned full circle when France and French comedians accused Noah of making a racist comment about their soccer team. Echoing the sentiments of Nicolas Maduro, president of Venezuela, Noah stated on his July 16 episode of the Daily Show: “Africa won the World Cup!”
The left in Hollywood enjoy extremist rhetoric because it makes them heroes in their own eyes.
In the increasingly bipolar media coverage, Justice Kennedy retiring is bad, but a socialist winning a Democratic primary is cause for overwhelming, sickening joy.
Feminism was necessary when women didn’t have the same rights as men. But now that they do, feminists have to find something to complain about. Rather than admit they are already equal, they found a new way to find men sexist. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Nigerian author of A Feminist Manifesto and 15 Suggestions, appeared on The Daily Show on Thursday to talk about how men can be a champion for feminism.
Appearing on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, liberal comedian and Daily Show host Trevor Noah surprisingly gave Donald Trump credit for his peace summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and urged viewers to “not hate on” the President in the wake of the historic meeting.
Yikes, Jim Acosta. When The Daily Show is mocking you alongside the President, it’s safe to say that you’re having a rough time in the credibility department. Thursday night on Comedy Central, Daily Show host Trevor Noah was exasperated that CNN’s chief White House correspondent lashed out at reality show celebrity Kim Kardashian West for meeting with President Trump to talk criminal justice reform and pardoning a jailed great-grandmother.
It should come as no surprise that liberal comedian Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, doesn’t watch Fox News. In fact, he dismissed the top-rated cable channel as not the “villain we’re chasing after.” According to an article posted on Monday by The Hollywood Reporter's Jeremy Barr, one of the biggest differences between Noah and previous host Jon Stewart is the fact that “Noah’s version rarely touches on the network” while Stewart “was heavy on criticisms” of FNC.