Late night talk show host Stephen Colbert has made quite a name for himself. No, it isn’t for being the host of a clever, edgy TV show. Instead, it’s for being a rude, classless clown who stoops to the laziest comedy there is: Bashing the President of the United States.
Here’s an example of Colbert being both funny and edgy:
More like rude and disrespectful!
Viewers tuned in to see what he’d do next. How far would he stretch the boundaries of good taste under the guise of art?
Recent ratings for late night talk shows came out and it looks like Colbert and his “cock holster” brand of comedy is not as popular as he had hoped.
NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon‘ narrowly squeaked past Colbert’s ‘Late Show’, averaging 34,000 more viewers.
Note: Colbert has been leading the ratings war since President Trump was sworn in.
This may be a signal to TV clowns like Colbert that their brand of humor only appeals to a limited audience, and that audience is continuously decreasing in number.
Young Conservatives reports:
Stephen Colbert has made it clear over the last many years that he isn’t funny.
Sure, he might be clever. He might be rude. He might say provocative things.
But, he’s really lacking in the originality department.
And let’s not forget that bashing Trump is the laziest comedy there is. It’s low hanging fruit to bash the president no matter who it is. You aren’t taking any risks there. The real risk would be calling out the Democrats or the news media for making up stories.