Donald Trump Jr. Might Want To Check His Math

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Donald Trump’s eldest son may have attended top-flight schools, but his Skittles meme heavily implies that he failed English and Math.

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Aaron Z says:

That's not a meme, it's just an image graphic. :/

Rebecca Sullivan says:

So clearly Stephen Colbert is a Starkid fan :)

Javier Fauxnom says:

This is a 'straw man argument'. To represent the problem of mass immigration from Muslim countries as only some risk of "being killed by a refugee in a terror attack" is to divert attention from the real issue. The greater threat is the longer-term demographic shift, and the importation of a seditious political system that is hostile to ours. The Islamification of western countries is already well underway, and unless we rethink our actions, Muslim dominance of our once democratic countries, and Sharia law, is the horrific legacy we will be leaving our grandchildren.

Muslim populations of most western countries are in the low single digits – a seemingly tiny minority – and yet they have a surprising amount of political power, with our presidents and prime ministers doing the tippy-toe dance of appeasement around Muslim leaders, and trying desperately to not cause the Muslim community any offense lest a violent protest from the Religion of Peace break out. Imagine what it will be like a few generations from now when Muslims make up 25% or 30%….or 51% !

I'm a liberal, and a long-time fan of Colbert, and I think Trump is the slimiest creature to ever drag itself towards an election podium, but the regressive liberal-minded mainstream media is seriously deluded with their relentless narrative of inclusiveness and tolerance towards Muslim refugees. I bear no ill-will towards Muslims as people because I know that most Muslims are Muslims only because they were indoctrinated as children, and many are trapped in Islam against their will, but the values of Islam are diametrically opposed to our western democratic values. Islam is a dangerous, insidious threat to our way of life.

Sugar Daddy says:

Maybe the best way to help refugees AND ourselves is to stop creating refugees in the first place by destabilizing their countries. We can stem the flow right now by ceasing all support for so-called rebels and allowing the Syrian government to reassert control over his territory and borders. Problem is both the left and the right are intent on manufacturing crisis in the ME and using them for their own respective ends: justify mass immigration, and continued military presence in the name of fighting terrorism (itself to a large extent a consequence of the chaos those wars create).

OldBoy says:

I'd still pick the Skittles over the cyanide. Skittles are delicious.

Liam Anderson says:

Anybody else notice he held up Rockets when he said Smarties?

Tulsi Thanawala says:

clever… loved it. hahaha…

BlandMelons AJ says:

"Just three bowls will kill you."

Taeyeon says:

Love it when Colbert does this

Brandon mckenzie says:

wow i bet he ate his words after the mall attack

nGon- says:

While I agree that the risk is often way overblown, at least for the US, I wonder how they got to that figure. I mean it would also imply the chances of a refugee, who gets admitted, being a terrorist is 1 in 3.6 billion or smaller, while the world population is only around 7 billion (well probably closer to 8 billion by now) and that of Syria is only 23 million.

Volt Wrecker says:

See, this is one of Colbert's least disliked videos, because no one can bloody argue with facts.

Kang5030 says:

Holy fuck I want whoppers now

LatajaceStadoKotow says:

It is safe to assume that Stephens audience is becoming more and more homogeneous, as there are serious flaws in his reasoning about bigger picture, but almost nobody in the comment section is pointing them out, like it was in such instances only a few months earlier. Moderates and conservatives are abandoning Colbert, and he supposed to be the one which connects all of us :(

Quick Dodge says:

Yikes. Why would he rip off a wrong cancerous feminist meme. That's just wrong.

Garygilldotnet says:

As a Canadian, someone who voted Justin into office. It makes me smile that our neighbors have people this, People like John oliver, and especially my favorite Trevor at the daily show. Great stuff. America will be fine, as long as you alow these 3 people to speak to the masses. Kudos Stephen Colbert

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