Conservative legendary actor Robert Duvall takes a swipe at liberal Stephen Colbert

There aren’t a lot of them in Hollywood but conservatives do exist.

Actor Robert Duvall is making the rounds promoting his new movie “The Judge,” a drama in which he co-stars with Robert Downey Jr..

The conservative legend gave David Letterman a hard time on Thursday’s Late Show when he asked, “Why are you retiring? That guy taking over’s not that funny. That guy’s not that funny. Sorry, maybe your friend.”

Duvall was referring to comedian Stephen Colbert, who takes aim at conservatives every chance he gets. The New York post had similar sentiments in a recent article on the Letterman replacement choice: 

Colbert essentially does the same joke over and over (conservatives are morons) and he’s only funny if you accept the premise (conservatives are morons) while you snort Mountain Dew out your nose thinking about what an awesome point he just made. (Conservatives are morons.)

Colbert’s audience is young, but his act gets old after about five minutes, and his legendary ability to “stay in character” is a myth.

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