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Stephen Colbert Blames ‘Systemic Racism’ for Tyre Nichols’ Death – Despite Being Killed by Black Cops

In today’s woke Olympics, we welcome leftists late-night comedian Stephen Colbert who blamed “systemic racism” for the death of Tyre Nichols, despite the fact that he was killed by 5 black police officers.

On Monday, Colbert responded to comments made by Rep. Jim Jordan, who described the tragedy as “evil”.

Jordan said, “I don’t know that there is any law that can stop that evil that we saw. I don’t know there is anything you can do to stop the kind of evil, we saw on that video.”

Instead of taking the opportunity to agree with Republicans (and most Americans) on the subject, Colbert chose to attack Jordan for not being more woke.

“But if you keep witnessing evil and do nothing about it, at what point do you stop being a witness and start being evil?” Colbert asked.

“The officers involved have been fired, but is it enough to get rid of a few bad apples? Seems like there might be a problem with the tree.” he continued. “The thing is, in that interview there, Jordan is dangerously close to understanding something.”

“On that police video, we’re looking at evil,” Colbert said. “And you have to stop that at its root. What is the root of evil? In this case, it’s systemic racism. Systemic, because unlike so many of the examples we’ve seen, the five officers charged in this case are Black and part of a special squad called Street Crimes Operation to Restore Peace In Our Neighborhoods, or ‘SCORPION.’”

He added, “But Jordan can’t go down that road to identify what kind of evil this is, because then he’d be in danger of being, what’s the word? Woke. And if you’re a Republican politician, you’re afraid of being woke, you’re afraid that once you’re woke, you have to give up on having sex on your gas stove while fantasizing about the sexy green M&M.”

The talk show host conveniently left out that there are Republicans lawmakers openly calling for police reform, such as Senators Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott. Of course, that part doesn’t fit his narrative so he didn’t mention it.

Colbert also compared Jordan to Batman looking over Gotham city and not doing anything about the crimes being committed.

“But of course, everyone wants someone to do something about evil. There’s a reason Batman doesn’t look over Gotham and say, “woof, real mess down there. I don’t like the look of that clown. Anywho, whaddya gonna do! Guess I’ll go to the Batcave and play Mario Kart with Robin,” he quipped.





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  1. You and all those like you have no idea what you are talking about. All you do is “go with the latest words of the day”.

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