Jon Stewart got uncharacteristically angry over the Eric Garner grand jury decision

12.04.14 3 years ago

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Jon Stewart got uncharacteristically angry over the Eric Garner grand jury decision
“The Daily Show” host displayed raw emotion last night as he taped the show as the Eric Garner was just coming out. “If comedy is tragedy plus time, I need more f*cking time,” he said. “But I would really settle for less f*cking tragedy, to be honest with you.”

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