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Jon Stewart Takes on the Media and Its Coverage of Mass Shootings View Count: 112
Jon Stewart loves to deliver punch lines and jokes whenever possible, but one episode of his show delivered a very important message; how the media covers mass shootings in this country. He basically attacked media outlets for being more concerned with Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, viral videos and sports results than the actual news.
Stewart ends his segment on a recent episode of “The Daily Show:”
“Of course there’s nothing we can do to stop this from happening even though pretty much every other developed country has somehow stopped this from happening.
And since we can’t always stop this from happening why ever try to stop it from happening? So we are good? Okay let’s get back to the news.
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Isn’t that easier? Problem solved. We will be right back.”Jon Stewart Takes on the Media and Its Coverage of Mass Shootings by Jim Vassallo
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