How many of you are so tired of liberals trying to impeach the President of the United States?
Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, fair and square. But now, a very prominent liberal, comedian Jon Stewart, is coming out against all of this impeachment nonsense. Independence Journal Review has the details:
Comedian Jon Stewart dissuaded people from impeaching President Donald Trump and instead encouraged them to beat him in an election with their ideas.
According to the Daily Beast, during a stand-up performance in San Francisco, Stewart discussed the possibility of Russia interfering in the United States’ presidential election and special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
Stewart encouraged everyone to be “honest with ourselves” and explained that just as Trump doesn’t “really care about the word ‘c**t,” in reference to comedian Samantha Bee, “We don’t really give a f**k about Russia.”
He even went so far to say that Democrats were so desperate for their candidate to win, they would look the other way if the Russians had helped Hillary win. That is definitely true. Since Trump won, he says, we “now we’ve got to act like it’s super important.”
Also, this is cool. Stewart, who is no fan of Trump, still doesn’t think that the President’s voters are racist, which is also a popular trope amongst liberals:
During a “TimesTalks”interview in November, he explained that a “s**tload” of first responders voted for Trump.
“The same people that voted for Trump ran into burning buildings and saved whoever the f**k they could no matter what color they were, no matter what religion and they would do it again tomorrow,” Stewart said in a rebuttal to the idea that all Trump’s voters are racist.
Here’s the key takeaway from his rant. “F**k impeaching the guy, f**k any of that stuff,” he said. “Beat him, in an election, with ideas.”
Exactly. This is America. We have elections. Elections have consequences.
Deal with it.
Hat Tip: Independence Journal Review
Image Credit: Comedian Jon Stewart applauds the athletes who participated in the 2016 Department of Defense Warrior Games during the closing ceremony at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., June 21, 2016. DoD photo by EJ Hersom