Of course, all of us should be honored to be listed on the TIME 100 alongside the two men who will be slugging it out in the fall: President Obama, and the man who would defeat him, David Koch. Give it up everybody for David Koch.
David, nice to see you again, sir.
Little known fact, David’s brother Charles Koch is actually even more influential. Charles pledged $40 million to defeat President Obama, David only $20 million. That’s kind of cheap, Dave.
Sure, he’s all for buying the elections, but when the bill for democracy comes up, Dave’s always in the men’s room. I’m sorry, I must have left Wisconsin in my other coat.
I was particularly excited to meet David Koch earlier tonight because I have a Super PAC, Colbert Super PAC, and I am — thank you, thank you — and I am happy to announce Mr. Koch has pledged $5 million to my Super PAC. And the great thing is, thanks to federal election law, there’s no way for you to ever know whether that’s a joke.
By the way, if David Koch likes his waiter tonight, he will be your next congressman.
Next time you feel like stirring up something, tell all the mouth-breathing dipshits who worship Stephen Colbert that he’s a pedestrian talent who bullies his guests and that his “satire” is really mediocre humor masking white privilege and racism.
They really hate it when you do that.
The “racism” in question is this interview Colbert did with Professor Harris-Perry. Watch it for yourself if you’d like, but I’m certain that what’s going on here is just Colbert’s usual treatment of guests on his show. If anything, Harris-Perry is annoyed by Colbert’s shenanigans and his habit of interrupting with punchlines, but anyone who’s seen an episode of The Colbert Report can tell you that that’s just how he behaves.
tl;dr Colbert isn’t racist, he’s just annoying.