Do white people know how to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day? Leslie Jones asks them directly. #DailyShow #Comedy
Sad to see the daily show going so far backwards. This man on the street routine is reminiscent of the kilbourn days. Just a shallow mockery of format (done better, to your shame by the likes of Leno) rather than poignant satire
I love Leslie Jones!she killed it!
“If you can’t fly, run. If you can’t run, walk, If you can’t walk, crawl. But by all means keep moving.”- MLK
Not funny, and not a fan of the show any longer. Find a better host, please.
One of my favorite quotes, the arc of history bends towards justice.
Wait hold on a second the intro I was like wait hold on Daily Show already had a black host what do you mean? The other person in the background seems to understand what I meant
This is a perfect example of exclusion and both people do it. I’m so sick of this limited worldly thinking of “black and white”. Stop being prejudiced and dividing people. You better be asking Asians, Latinos, Middle Easterners, and more how they celebrate MLK Day also. If you don’t, then don’t ever b* about inequality again. It works all across the board. I can’t stand this “me, me, me” world. And the world is more than just black and white, it’s COLORFUL, LIKE THE WAY MLK WANTED. WHY CAN’T YOU TRANSITION YOUR PERCEPTION TO WHERE THE REST OF US ARE? LEFT BEHIND MEANS “STUCK IN THE PAST”…. SO SAD.
And so sick of people taking from OTHER people, such as their scholarships, their jobs, and more – all in the name of “diversity”. I hate this concept of diversity. It’s highly unjust and dishonest and very very evil. Only the wicked and lazy resort to such methods as THEFT in order to succeed and get ahead of others. So sick and tired of it.
They only know “I have a dream” as a quote. One of the most important quotes that I will always remember is “they’ll judge us not by the color of our skin but on the content of our character”
Pray, we share a heavenly Father, all will be revealed, and he was there always faithful as we go through it he is there. Our Grandma’s tears weren’t in vain, the Almighty was there on the sidelines as prayers for a thousand years prayed, the bad isn’t his baggage he’s the Redeemer. Put your faith in a loving Father who is with you always.
This black b.s is getting old
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