It seems that the late night show host Stephen Colbert couldn’t stand this continuous national disgrace of an election. And to tell his opinion about the situation he devoted a segment after the big political events of the season. He was live on CBS after last night’s debate, and he may well have broken some FCC regulations. What got on his nerves was Trump’s refusal to say that he won’t be accepting the result of the coming elections, which, alongside his consistent talk about how that race is fixed, focuses to a system of undermining the authenticity of American vote based system.
This did not sit well with Colbert.
“I guess we’re all going to have to wait until November 9 to find out if we still have a country,” he said “If Donald Trump is in the mood for a peaceful transfer of power, or if he’s just going to wipe his fat ass with the Constitution.”
Clearly Jon Batiste liked that one:
Colbert also had his take on Nate Silver for an immediate response to the night’s festivities. Silver, the Nerd King of Poll-istan, was time after time fooled by the rise of Trumpism this cycle.
Yet, despite everything he appeared to be genuinely certain that Trump’s chances of getting to gold-emboss the White House come January are getting progressively thin:
How about we trust he’s privilege about that other thing, as well: That public will be excessively tired of this godforsaken elections, making it impossible to permit Trump to string it out past November 8.