It’s always refreshing to be lectured about guns by those born outside the United States.
Trevor Noah, the South African comedian who replaced Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show,” celebrated President Obama circumventing Congress yet again with an executive action on gun control. In fact, Noah said the act of going against the will of the American people “sounds pretty cool” to him.
“Something will get done, finally,” he proclaimed on Wednesday’s show, before launching into a tirade against Fox News analysts for doubting the sincerity of the president’s tearful call to action on Tuesday.
The left has been losing its collective mind ever since analyst Andrea Tantaros responded to Obama’s weeping performance by facetiously suggesting someone “check that podium for a raw onion.”
“Are you f**king kidding me?!” a disappointed Noah cried.
He then displayed the tolerance, or lack thereof, the left is renowned for, bemoaning the idea he and his liberal cohorts have to share the title of “human being” with the skeptics at Fox News.
Skeptics who’ve watched this president lie again and again to the American people — “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” ring a bell?
“Shedding tears when you think of murdered children is not really believable?” Noah said. “You know what, there is something here that’s not really believable: the fact that the rest of us have to share the title of human being with you.”
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