Jon Stewart was roasted for suggesting that living in crime-ridden, filthy big cities is “the price of freedom” and that anyone uncomfortable with that is a stooge for Vladimir Putin.
Stewart has been wheeled back into position as host of The Daily Show for 2024, presumably as yet another mouthpiece for the Biden campaign.
During his show last night, the comedian raged against Tucker Carlson for interviewing the Russian president.
“Right, because the difference between our urinal-caked, chaotic subways and your candelabra beautiful subways is the literal price of freedom,” said Stewart.
“I mean liberty is nice, but have you seen Russia’s shopping carts,” he added.
Yes indeed, Jon.
Living in crackhead-infested, needle and shit-strewn big cities where criminals run rampant and aren’t even apprehended or prosecuted is “the price of freedom,” and you’re bad for suggesting it wasn’t like this once.
After all, countries like Japan, which have both political freedom and nice, clean, relatively low crime big cities simply don’t exist!
Stewart then claimed that Tucker was sympathetic with Putin because he is an ‘ally’ in the war against “woke,” despite the fact that Putin has openly said he wants Joe Biden to win the election.
Respondents on X had a field day.
Some noticed that Stewart has largely dropped the goofy comedy act to become yet another regime narrative enforcer.
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