June 11, 2019
Jon Stewart is the kind of American I respect. If more Americans were like him, I suspect I wouldn't have as much distrust for America as I do
Have ever notice the thumbs up and thumbes down on youtube of what is right an wrong? Mostly these days , this is the vote.lol
He has every right to be angry, only a leftist wouldn't be, they'd fake victimhood. All while Cortez, the dumb bitch, wants a raise for sitting on her ass and tweeting all day long.
Man I miss seeing him on the air, anyway medicare for all would solve this as well (still congress is a joke).
Fuck Congress. I'm now an Independent voter. Both parties are full of shit and lie to our faces only to get a vote.
I never realized just how great Jon was when it comes to activism. He cares, and he wants the people who risked their lives to save whoever they could to be taken care of.
They are heros, they deserve living Good.
In China, the government always take in charge, but no one can criticize.In US, anyone can criticize the government, but no one would be responsible.Both imperfect systems.
Who voted these congressmen into the offfice?
Americans watching HBO's Chernobyl wanna pretend like Russia & America are different.#CongressIsAJoke #OurGovernmentIsTheDisaster #PoliticiansAreLiarsAndThieves
Do you know why his lines are so quotable? Because no one else says these things. No one. This has been the case with many of Jon's words. He lends his articulation to the poor, the unrecognized, the beaten down. The victims of the world... and especially the victims of America.I'm happy he's focused on something not only important, but completely non-arguable. Yet, here he is having to, in fact, argue the importance of these people; the same people mentioned by at least one million individuals on Twitter or any social media over the years. These people who, then, and now, have remained absolutely unseen. Today, we witness their faceless identities, as considered by our politicians. The disposable usefulness of these men and women, as told by each and every one of those empty chairs of Congress.