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    Joe Rogan Experience #1498 - Jon Stewart

    Joe Rogan says we need him now especially what is going on right now ... Jon Stewart said his anger & rage was to such a degree he could not stay "funny" 24/7 anymore.

    The only thing left was staring in the camera saying nothing anymore (only his facial expression). He also mentioned he had a total burnout and still recovering from it. They also mention that it feels like everything in the media is totally rigged!


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    I like a good Rogan episode, but why post this with no info?

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    I like a good Rogan episode, but why post this with no info?
    I added (edited) some personal insights now.
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    Jon Stewart said his anger & rage was to such a degree he could not stay "funny" 24/7 anymore.
    What was his anger and rage about...??

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    This might not be the best thread to state this but I was just hypothesizing with friends and family on how it feels like there is an element in the world today that is trying to break the will of the general populous for something yet to be revealed.

    Knowing in some way that if the people were not softened/ wore down that that which is coming would NOT be received well at ALL.

    (gut feeling, take with a grain of...)

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    Jon Stewart said his anger & rage was to such a degree he could not stay "funny" 24/7 anymore.
    What was his anger and rage about...??
    Okay, I got it. (And I agree with him. He's very eloquent — and serious.)

    He's angry and enraged about the inequalities and gross financial unfairness in American Society. (Not just any issues of systemic racism, which is a subset of that.)

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    Jon Stewart said his anger & rage was to such a degree he could not stay "funny" 24/7 anymore.
    What was his anger and rage about...??
    Okay, I got it. (And I agree with him. He's very eloquent — and serious.)

    He's angry and enraged about the inequalities and gross financial unfairness in American Society. (Not just any issues of systemic racism, which is a subset of that.)
    I haven't listened to the vid as yet, but this may be one of the reasons why Jon Stewart is angry. The hearing was on about June 11, 2019.
    These men and women should be up on that stage and Congress should be down here answering their questions as to why this is so damn hard and takes so damn long. They responded in five seconds. They did their jobs with courage, grace, tenacity, humility. Eighteen years later, do yours! Thank you.
    How Jon Stewart Became a Fierce Advocate for 9/11 Responders


    “You should be ashamed of yourselves,” the former “Daily Show” host told lawmakers on Capitol Hill for not funding health care for emergency personnel.

    Jon Stewart Calls Treatment of 9/11 Victims ‘Shameful’

    Jon Stewart, the comedian and former host of “The Daily Show,” became emotional on Tuesday while speaking on Capitol Hill about the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. He called lawmakers who skipped the House hearing “an embarrassment to the country.”

    Behind me, a filled room of 9/11 first responders, and in front of me a nearly empty Congress. Sick and dying, they brought themselves down here to speak to no one. Shameful. It’s an embarrassment to the country and it is a stain on this institution. The official F.D.N.Y. response time to 9/11 was five seconds — five seconds. That’s how long it took for F.D.N.Y., for N.Y.P.D., for Port Authority, for E.M.S. to respond to an urgent need from the public — five seconds.

    Hundreds died in an instant. Your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity: time. It’s the one thing they’re running out of. This should be flipped. This hearing should be flipped. These men and women should be up on that stage and Congress should be down here answering their questions as to why this is so damn hard and takes so damn long. They responded in five seconds. They did their jobs with courage, grace, tenacity, humility. Eighteen years later, do yours! Thank you.

    Jon Stewart, speaking on Capitol Hill about the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, was not the cool, detached comedian that television viewers are accustomed to.

    Instead, faced with empty seats as he spoke on Tuesday to a House Judiciary subcommittee about a bill to secure funding for ailing Sept. 11 victims, the former host of “The Daily Show” was outraged, at times pounding his fist on the table, shouting at lawmakers and choking up as he came close to tears.

    “It’s an embarrassment to the country,” Mr. Stewart said, criticizing members of Congress for skipping the hearing.

    “And you should be ashamed of yourselves,” he scolded.

    The day after Mr. Stewart’s emotional rebuke, the full House Judiciary Committee unanimously voted to send the bill to the House floor for consideration.

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    Jon Stewart slams Congress over benefits for 9/11 first responders
    June 11, 2019
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