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Let it never be said that these late-night 'comedy' hosts aren't doing yeoman's work for the Democrats

Here’s a brief update on the state of late-night “comedy” shows using two different hosts as examples.

Up first we have Stephen Colbert trying his best to get Sen. Chuck Schumer to commit to ending the filibuster. Late-night “comedy” activism at its finest:


Maybe the FCC should require tags at the end of late-night “comedy” shows that say “We’re the Democrats, and we approve this message.”



And speaking of Senate representation, Seth Meyers tried to help out the Democrats on that issue:

Do they really not know the difference between the intent of the House vs. the Senate?

One thing’s for sure:

Ah, the good old days!

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