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Colbert Destroys Fox Pundits For Feigned Outrage Over Obama's Visit To China

All that's old is new again.

The wingnuts were out in full force this week, freaking out over President Obama's visit to China and Stephen Colbert was ready to make a mockery of every bit of it on his show this Tuesday by channeling we saw from the pundits over at Fox "news" and their sister network, The Fox Business Channel.

Colbert started out by going after Obama for wearing traditional Chinese garb, but for forgetting to wear his Starfleet communicator. And then came Gum-Gate.

COLBERT: Even worse, when he should have been over there chewing China out, he was chewing something else.

Cue Fox and every other media outlet going crazy over President Obama chewing Nicorette gum when he first arrived at the summit.

COLBERT: That is outrageous. Why were you chewing Nicorette Mr. President. You're in Beijing, the one place on earth where inhaling burnt tar is the healthier choice.

Colbert moved onto griping about one of the right's favorite obsessions which they still can't let loose of, which is President Obama supposedly "bowing" to other world leaders. It seems the bunch on Fox & Friends first were beating that dead horse once again this week and Colbert concurred.

COLBERT: Yes, some say he bowed. First Fox, now me. Two is some.

Colbert saved the best for last where he made a complete mockery of Fox Business Network and Imus regular, Bo Dietl, who went on an insane rant this week about President Obama's visit to China and whether or not President Obama is taking care of our veterans, and who is apparently prone to just making words up as he goes along.

Colbert's imitation of him was something to behold, but this was my favorite part.

COLBERT: He's right. If it weren't for our veterans, we'd all be wearing abba dabba doo hats. We would! Pushing around abba dabba doo cars and arguing with our abba dabba dishwashers. And that's time we could be spending with our Bam Bams.


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