Are you sick of all the late night comics yet?
Late night television has become a breeding ground of dangerous liberal ideology.
And nowhere was that clearer than one late night comic’s show where he was just caught red-handed with this fake news story.
You would think these late night anti-Trump comics would get a clue by now that the majority of Americans don’t share their radical political views—but that delusional ship seems like it sailed a long time ago.
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon are the most infamous of late night Trump-hating vitriol, but you can’t forget about all of the cable TV, lower-rated shows with hosts like Conan O’Brien, Samantha Bee, Jordan Klepper, and Trevor Noah.
Noah is a South African who took over for Jon Stewart after he retired at Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. And he just embarrassed himself by spewing misinformation about illegal immigration in a desperate attempt to attack Vice President Mike Pence.
Pence recently visited Brazil to give a speech to the South American nation warning them that if they cross the U.S. border illegally, then the consequences would be of their own doing.
Pence said, “If you can’t come legally, don’t come at all. If someone tells you they can bring your child to America, don’t believe them. Hold on to your children.”
Trevor Noah mocked about his comment, saying, “There’s no issue with immigrants coming from Brazil illegally. You realize that Florida is closer to Central America than Brazil. Like, there’s no issue with immigrants coming from Brazil illegally.
Brazilians don’t even speak Spanish; like Brazil’s just kind of similar to them. What does that mean? It’s like going to a ‘Star Trek’ convention and going, ‘I’ve got a message for Chewbacca!’ But I guess for Pence it’s close enough?”
Ha! Chewbacca doesn’t speak English! That’s “really” funny, Noah.
The fact is, according to the Migration Policy Institute, nearly 30-percent of the 340,000 Brazilians living in the United States are here in the country illegally, which is approximately 100,000 people.
That’s approximately 100,000 people leeching off the system.
They work here as illegal immigrants and send money back home hoping to bring their families up to unite with them. They’ll even pay top dollar to get them across the border.
But this isn’t exclusive to Brazil; this happens with every single South and Central American citizen who wants to escape their homeland and enter the U.S. illegally.
And many of them come across claiming asylum when there isn’t a shred of truth to their claims.
Now we have a late night comic who has actively convinced his liberal watchers there are no Brazilians here illegally when that is a total lie.
But should that really surprise you?