Stephen Colbert decided to continue producing a stripped down form of his late night comedy show in the midst of the coronavirus quarantine, though it wasn’t just the production quality that appeared to be suffering, but the material itself. Maybe that’s just because we’re tired of lame jokes from the bottom of the far left political barrel.



Eager to join the rest of the media in politicizing the coronavirus, on Monday’s CBS Late Show, liberal host Stephen Colbert sought to use the disease to attack President Trump. Colbert commenced the thrashing session with an opening monologue in which he skewered Trump over his response to the coronavirus:



The leftist factions within the media seem to be engaging in a sort of circular firing squad as of late, amid all the chaos and division in the Democratic presidential race. The most recent opponents to square off being CBS late night host Stephen Colbert and a portion of MSNBC. All In host Chris Hayes absorbed the heat on behalf of his network during an appearance on Wednesday’s Late Show.



For many in the media, it seems as though words are lacking to adequately communicate their over-encompassing contempt for President Trump -- at least words in English. Thus, some have resorted to formulating their own terms in foreign languages. One of those individuals being New Yorker columnist Susan Glasser, who paid a visit to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night.
 



During a live edition of the Late Show following Tuesday night’s chaotic Democratic Debate, host Stephen Colbert applauded the candidates for ignoring moderator and CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell throughout much of the raucous event. He also ironically warned that “you can’t listen to a TV person.”



Liberals love nothing more than to trash the Fox News Channel as a propaganda network for President Trump. That narrative played out on the February 16 episode of Showtime’s Our Cartoon President in an episode titled “Fox News” that treats the president's relationship with Fox News like a dysfunctional marriage.



Leftists are delusional and they hate founding fathers. That was reiterated in this week's episode of Stephen Colbert's unwatchable Showtime cartoon, Our Cartoon President (Colbert is not original with titles). The first two episodes of this season jumped on the impeachment bandwagon and fantasized about the American economy crashing. 



On Tuesday night, during a special live edition of the CBS Late Show following President Trump's State of the Union address, host Stephen Colbert was joined by Washington Post “journalists” Carol Leonnig and Phillip Rucker. Colbert and his fellow Trump loathers proceeded to trash the President's speech and fear for the future of the republic.



If you thought a ditzy celebrity attempting to exert their political will upon you was obnoxious enough, imagine a foreign born star doing just the same. On Thursday's Late Show With Stephen Colbert, aired early Friday morning, Canadian-bred Full Frontal host Samantha Bee (who now holds dual citizenship with the US) longed for a process of impeachment in the United States that replicates Canada’s vote of no confidence.



The impeachment trial in the Senate is finally underway, but this has been a long time coming for Hollywood. Ever since election night 2016 they have been desperate for ways to overturn the results. Their fevered dreams of removing Trump from office, especially via impeachment or the 25th Amendment, have bled over into their tv scripts. Whether its addressing Trump directly or using other presidential characters as stand-ins to show how easy it could be, several shows have had storylines about the president being removed in the Trump era. Here are the top six.



Appearing on CBS’s Late Show Monday night, aired early Tuesday morning, MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski joined liberal comedian Stephen Colbert in predictably trashing President Trump on everything from impeachment to Iran. The trio were “hopeful” Trump will “pay for all the lies.”



The media meltdown over Iranian terrorist Soleimani’s death continues to spiral into an abyss of delusion. Not unlike his colleagues in the liberal press, CBS host Stephen Colbert spent a portion of his interview with Senator Bernie Sanders on Thursday’s The Late Show excoriating President Trump for his executive decision to annihilate Soleimani.