Late-Night TV Show Host Stephen Colbert Declares the Supreme Court Unconstitutional

The progressive political activist and comedian Stephen Colbert, known for his late-night TV show, is unhappy over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to consider the Trump immunity case.

It’s difficult to imagine something like this occurring in the era when Johnny Carson dominated late-night television, but that’s because Carson wasn’t an insane, self-indulgent progressive like Colbert.

Also, during that time, the New York Times didn’t operate like a college campus newspaper.

As reported by The New York Times:

Stephen Colbert Declares the Supreme Court Unconstitutional

‘The Thrilling Conclusion of America’

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear Donald Trump’s claim that he’s immune from prosecution on charges of plotting to overturn the 2020 election. One result is that the trial will be further delayed.

“These proceedings have been frozen for so long they legally count as children in Alabama,” Stephen Colbert said on Thursday’s “Late Show.”

“Kind of weird that SCOTUS feels the need to consider whether or not laws exist.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

“And it gets worse — because the oral arguments are in April, but court watchers don’t expect a decision until June. And the trial judge has promised the defense 88 days after that to prepare, meaning the trial could now be delayed until late September or October, plunging the proceedings into the heart of the election. That is terrible news for democracy, but fantastic news for television. All of the plotlines will come together at once for the thrilling conclusion of America.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

By the way who cares what Colbert thinks?

Colbert is pathetic. It’s sad to witness the state of late-night “entertainment” programs.

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