Jon Stewart On Fox's Fake "Common" Controversy: "It's Almost Impossible To Express How Ridiculous...You All Are"

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On the May 11 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart highlighted the absurd hypocrisy in Fox's manufactured controversy over the White House's decision to host rapper Common at a poetry event. As Stewart pointed out, Fox has celebrated musicians with far more violent lyrics, including hosting Ted Nugent--who once told President Obama "to suck on my machine gun"--multiple times. From The Daily Show:

Previously:

MSNBC Notes Hypocrisy Of Fox's Attack On Rapper Common

Making Sense of Fox News' Common Freakout

Hypocrisy (Music Lyrics Edition): Fox Attacks Rapper Appearing At White House

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