Jon Stewart and the Daily Show have found a new moniker to label former vice president Dick Cheney with after: 'America's Tragedy Herpe'
Whenever Dick Cheney drops into our TV sets and espouses doom and gloom about war and torture, you know Jon Stewart and Comedy Central smile with glee. He's an endless treasure trove of material for them and they never fail to use it wisely.
Stewart and his team of brilliant writers had a lot of material to work with after Cheney appeared on TV attacking Obama for pulling out the troops in Iraq that he bragged about himself in 2009, starting a new Super PAC and looking like Cliven Bundy and even mocked him for shooting a friend of his in the face during a hunting trip.
Stewart: There he is, America's tragedy herpe, Dick Cheney.
Following the Senate Intelligence Committee's vote to declassify parts of the Senate report on the CIA detention and interrogation program, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart takes a look at how the Bush administration "are dealing with their twisted legacy."
Georgetown University Professor Michael Eric Dyson lashed out at conservative strategist Mary Matalin, a former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney, after she defended her one-time boss for branding Nelson Mandela a terrorist in the 1980s.
Jon Stewart finally took a bit of a break from what he's been doing for the better part of the week -- which is feeding the trolls on this so-called "scandal trifecta" -- and called out Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney for acting like they should be allowed to pile on as well.