Stephen Colbert, “Late Show” host and liberal buffoon, has concocted a new “awards ceremony” for whiny liberals who are mentioned by President Trump on Twitter.
The first inductees to Colbert’s cringeworthy “Trump Attacked Me on Twitter” hall of shame were lovebirds Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
On Wednesday night, HBO’s John Oliver, the braying jackass who hosts the low rated show “Last Week Tonight,” was also inducted.
Trump rightfully mocked Joe and Mika after they relentlessly attacked him for months, and laughed about rejecting Oliver’s attempt to have the president appear on his pathetic excuse for a late night program.
As President Trump continues to shame liberals on Twitter, it’s certain that Colbert will have many more D-List celebrities to add to his embarrassing awards show, provided his dismal ratings hold out long enough…
From Fox News
“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert introduced the “Trump Attacked Me on Twitter’ hall of fame on Tuesday and “awarded” the honor to a few of his guests who have been mentioned in a tweet written by President Donald Trump.
On Tuesday, Colbert had MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough on his program and announced that they were first inductees into the mock “hall of fame.”
Trump tweeted last month that “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” Brzezinski was “bleeding badly from a face-lift” when she was at his Florida resort Mar-a-Lago early this year. Trump also called Scarborough “Psycho Joe” in the series of tweets.
In a video, Scarborough and Brzezinski and Scarborough said it was an honor to be the Colbert’s first inductees.
Former Florida congressman Scarborough also revealed on Colbert’s show that he would be leaving the Republican party.
“I am a Republican but I’m not gonna be a Republican anymore,” Scarborough told Colbert. “I’m gonna be an Independent.”
On Wednesday night, Colbert added another inductee, John Oliver, the host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight.”
Last October, Trump tweeted that John Oliver’s “people” called him to be on “his very boring and low rated show” but he said “NO THANKS.”
Oliver thanked Colbert in a video for what “doesn’t feel like an honor.”
Oliver claimed his show’s staff did not call Trump to be on the program and that the president’s claim that he turned down the appearance request is a “total lie, a lie so meaningless it almost becomes meaningful because what type of moron would lie about something so pathetic?”