And speaking of morally bankrupt(bleep) shows,
let's check in with, uh,night two of the RNC.
(dramatic music playing)
Oh, my God. Whew.
So, it was a historic nightin Cleveland.
Donald Trump clinchedthe nomination.
Uh, his kids were the onlyavailable character witnesses
they could find.
Uh, there was evena real live bridge troll.
But the pièce de résistance
was the long-awaited return
of my favorite Republicanprimary candidate,
Dr. Ben "Black Droopy the Dog"Carson.
And... and, let me tell you,
hey, man, he came outwith gifted hands swinging
against Hillary Clinton.
Her senior thesis wasabout Saul Alinsky.
He wrote a bookcalled Rules for Radicals.
On the dedication page,
it acknowledges Lucifer.
So are we willing to electsomeone as president
who has as their role model
somebodywho acknowledges Lucifer?
Think about that.
I shall think about that.
Okay, I'm thinking about it.
Dre, can I havesome thinking music, please?
Okay, I've thought about it.
Uh, you're a (bleep) idiot.
-(cheering and applause)-You really are.
I've thought about it. Okay,here's what I want to know!
Why is this guy speaking,anyway?
You know what? It's a differentversion of the SkeazyPass.
All right? Here's what it is.
The RNC gives major speakingplatforms to a few black people,
and it doesn't matterif they're crazy
or slamming other black people.
They can go,"See? We're diverse."
That's whyCNN's token Trump supporter
and Emperor Palpatine lookalikeJeffrey Lord
is-is so proudto say (bleep) like this.
Uh, I don't needany thinking music for this one.
(bleep) that guy, all right?
Okay, so Lord mentioned theother crazy convention brother
Sheriff David Clarke,and-and that guy is SkeazyPass
in full effect.You guys know Clarke, right?
You-you... He's the...he's the Fox News pundit
and black Yosemite Samwho, um...
Right?You know what I'm talking about?
Who got to loudly proclaim thisat the RNC.
Blue lives matter in America!
(cheering and applause)
Okay, let's be 100% clear here.
We all agreethat blue lives matter.
Everybody already knowsthat's true.
It's like goingto a Beyoncé concert
and holding up a sign that says,"Beyoncé is talented."
Everyone agreeswith you already.
But Blue Lives Matter was nevermeant to just support cops.
It was meant to cynically co-optthe Black Lives Matter slogan
in order to shut it down.
It's a messageto Black Lives Matter,
and the message is"Shut the (bleep) up."
And everybody in the hall getsto cheer this,
because a black guygives them a pass.
Well, this black guy saysthat pass is revoked.
We'll be right back.