The Daily Show's Trevor Noah Mocks The War On Christmas As A “Stupid Message”

Noah: People Getting “Fake Mad” About Starbucks Cups Are “Hoping To Attract The Attention Of Gullible People”

From the November 10 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah:

TREVOR NOAH: Oh, I'm sorry. None of the usual Christmas markings? The cups are red and green. That is the color of Christmas.


And just to be clear, in the news, critics say Starbucks is anti-Christmas, but it's really just one critic. This guy. And I know he looks like a Kevin James impersonator. But he's actually a guy on the internet who goes around getting fake mad about hot-button issues. Then he posts them to his Facebook page, hoping to attract the attention of gullible people who might amplify his stupid message. 


I'm sorry, we're all going to be saying Merry Christmas? What the hell is going on? I feel like I'm watching the most backwards Christmas movie ever. Like the rich out of touch businessman is the one who's trying to save Christmas. We're all going to be saying Merry Christmas! It's all mixed up. Next thing you'll have have a poor orphan boy on crutches being like 'Santa screw you! And your stupid horses with horns! Atheism rules!' 


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