Liberals, especially young liberals are a ridiculous lot. Whiny, Full of complaints, arrogant but above all liberals are hypocrites. Taken as a whole not a pretty picture. Sadly, liberals are the last people on this planet who can laugh at themselves.
Despite tweeted assurances from President Trump that his wife, Melania, “truly loves” living in the vermin-infested White House, “I’m not sure that the first lady is happy in Washington, D.C.,” Stephen Colbert said on Thursday’s Late Show, pointing to a recent tweet from Melania’s communications director. The tweet insisted that the first lady was having fun decorating the White House for Christmas, and it had a bleak photo attached. “Which holiday is that for?” Colbert said, recoiling. “St. Gorlon’s Feast of Human Bones?”
But holiday decorations aren’t “all the first lady has to deal with,” Colbert said. “She’s also, once again, getting flak from Trump’s first wife, Ivana Trump,” who threw some more shade at Trump’s third wife in a recent interview on Irish TV. To find out if Melania Trump is actually happy in the White House, Colbert brought on his Melania impersonator, Laura Benanti!
Stephen began by saying, “I want you to feel like The Late Show is your home.”
“Aw,” Laura (as Melania) replied. “Can I move in here?”
In response to a report that Melania is unhappy with her role as First Lady (which her team vehemently denied), Laura (as Melania) said, “Stephen, this is a fake news lie. I am very happy to be First Lady.” As she struggled to maintain a smile, she insisted, “Look at me—being happy!”
Stephen then showed footage of the real First Lady silently observing her jewelry box ballerinas during a recent White House walkthrough. “There I am—alone on my staircase of happiness, admiring the freedom of movement,” Laura (as Melania) said. “Fly away, little birds! Fly away!”
Asked about the backlash over her holiday décor, Laura (as Melania) said, “More proof of my happiness is how much I love to decorate. It’s all so merry, the stringing of the lights, the baking of the cookies, and Santa Claus—such an inspiration to me. If you can come down a chimney to go into a house, then you can go up a chimney to get out of a house. I have gotten all the family Christmas stockings and tied them into a rope. Merry Christmas to all—and to all, a goodbye!”
Ugh… Stephen used to be somewhat comical. This show has gone downhill in the last few years. Stupid is not funny. Lay off the sauce, the politics and get some new material. I feel I do more cringing than laughing so what’s the point in watching. Signing off for good…