Late Night Hosts Blast 'Masturbating' Critic, Tell Thomas to 'Suck It'
The trio of Chelsea Handler, Seth Meyers, and Stephen Colbert continued their lamentations at the downfall of Roe v. Wade on their Thursday night and Friday morning shows. The trio did everything from rage at random Twitter accounts, give the Supreme Court an “F” grade, and invited Justice Thomas to “suck it.”
Colbert, Kendi Falsely Claim Critics Opposed to Teaching Slavery
Radical, self-proclaimed anti-racist author Ibram Kendi journeyed over the The Late Show on CBS for Stephen Colbert’s Thursday-taped show and miraculously the duo managed to not burn Ed Sullivan Theater to the ground despite all the torched strawmen that say Kendi’s critics want avoid teaching about slavery in schools.
Colbert Compares Praying Football Coach to Satanic Goat Sacrifice
CBS’s Stephen Colbert used Wednesday’s edition of The Late Show to express his displeasure at the Supreme Court ruling in favor of a praying public high school football coach. According to Colbert’s less than brilliant analysis, the decision could lead the way to Satanic goat sacrifices at your local high school football game.
'Delegitimize,' 'Theocrats,' Racists, Late Night Roe Panic Continues
Day two brought a drop in the quantity of post-Roe lamentations from the self-styled comedians of late night, but the lousy quality of legal analysis, civic understanding, and promotion of abortion as a social good continued on Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
Late Night Warns of Sex Licenses, Guns Having More Rights Women
CBS late nights hosts James Corden and Stephen Colbert and ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live! guest host Chelsea Handler all reacted to fall of Roe v. Wade with great horror, decrying it as a loss for the rights of women. There were sorrowful lamentations, references to sex police, and angry denunciations of Republicans, but no passing grades when it comes to understanding what…
Colbert Spins Staff Arrests by Capitol Police: 'First-Degree Puppetry'
On Monday's Late Show, CBS host Stephen Colbert addressed the arrest of seven staffers filming after-hours in the Longworth House Office Building. He made light of how they were committing "first-degree puppetry" and then blamed the sensitivity of the Capitol Police on "Putin's puppet" for causing the January 6 riots.
Woodward, Bernstein Cite Themselves to be Optimistic About Democracy
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein joined CBS The Late Show host Stephen Colbert on Tuesday to reminiscence for four segments about the fall of Richard Nixon during Watergate and assuage Colbert’s fears about the future of democracy by citing their roles in that process.
Colbert Laments 'Fancy TV Producer' Needed For People to Care About J6
While President Biden going on Jimmy Kimmel Live! may have taken up most of the headlines, CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert welcomed Rep. Adam Schiff onto his Wednesday program to preview Thursday’s January 6 Committee hearings by lamenting that the committee had to hire “a fancy TV producer” to get people to care about the future of democracy.
Late Night Hosts Get Confused By The Concept of Doors
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Seth Meyers used their Thursday show to inform the world that they do not know how doors work as they were responding to a suggestion from Sen. Ted Cruz to limit the number of entrances on school premises in the aftermath of the mass shooting in Uvalde.
Late Nights Hosts Defend Beto, Blame GOP, SCOTUS For Shootings
For the late night hosts, the school shooting in Uvalde provided them the opportunity to use their Wednesday shows to blame “the gun lobby,” Republicans, and the Supreme Court and to praise Beto O’Rourke’s stunt in the push for gun control.
CBS Late Night Hosts Lament 'Backward' America's Sense of Gun Rights
CBS late night hosts Stephen Colbert and James Corden reacted to the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on their Tuesday-taped shows by urging America to pass gun control and bash America and Second Amendment defenders.
Colbert Declares Half of Republicans Agree With Buffalo Shooter
CBS’s Stephen Colbert returned to The Late Show on Monday after a COVID absence to declare that half of Republicans agree with the Buffalo racist mass shooter, including Fox’s Tucker Carlson and Rep. Elise Stefanik.
Late Late to Truth of Abortion: Corden 'Gobsmacked' by Draft Ruling
It’s no surprise that James Corden is leaving The Late Late Show after this 2022-23 season. The talk show has drifted from mere talking to now pushing leftist propaganda in a theatrical fashion.
Here's The WORST of Day 2 Of Late Night On The Abortion Draft Ruling
As if references to the Taliban and The Handmaid’s Tale were not enough, three of late night’s alleged comedians were back at it on Wednesday night for another round of outrageous commentary on Justice Alito’s leaked draft opinion that may overturn Roe v. Wade.