MAGA Mike Johnson

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Published on October 26, 2023

From the people who didn’t see “Magic Mike” because they thought it would turn them gay comes a brand new Johnson. #Colbert #Comedy #ColdOpens

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19 comments

  • Bull Market Basics 4 months ago

    Bible thumping psycho

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  • Freya 4 months ago

    We are so screwed.

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  • Martin Kilner 4 months ago

    Hillary was Right! 😱

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  • busstop1100 4 months ago

    What a dick well said well played

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  • Chris V 4 months ago

    Where exactly do all these politicians crawl out from under?

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  • batgurrl 4 months ago

    Thank you Stephen and your writers for turning tragedy into comedy. What a D*ck, indeed🎃

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  • Derrick Mehok 4 months ago

    He’s Jim Jordan, but boring as hell.

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  • Maggie Beau 4 months ago

    Thank you democrats for giving us Mike Johnson!

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  • John 4 months ago

    He’s the kind of turd that the Republicans were hoping for

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  • B C 4 months ago

    Lil Jimmy just couldn’t get there so, instead we got this Johnson.

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  • Herlander Carvalho 4 months ago

    OMG… I’d watch that movie! Fully Elect! LMAO!!

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  • Ti Gq 4 months ago

    Hey writers! We’re not worthyyyy! 😂 glad your back!✌💜

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  • valogden 4 months ago

    Wonder who is standing behind him pulling his strings. He has no idea what he’s fond of in for.

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  • M R 4 months ago

    If Traitor Trump really likes him then you know he’s a real dirtbag.

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  • steve conn 4 months ago

    Mike should come as a guest on Colbert just so he can be Stephen’s evil doppelganger.

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  • Yuriel Cundangan 4 months ago

    Luka Magic he’s got guts. It’s nice too see someone stick on their own values

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  • Yuriel Cundangan 4 months ago

    Love Luka Magic he’s got guts. It’s nice too see someone stick on their own values

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  • Bystander232 4 months ago

    No party/independent voter, FTR. And this is relaying information, not my personal opinion. But before the GOP confirmed Mike Johnson, there was an editorial argument in the Washington Post that suggested the following.

    The Speaker of the House is elected from the House’s majority caucus. What the election and ousting of Kevin McCarthy, followed by the failed votes of the last three weeks have demonstrated is that the Republican Party is no longer a caucus. There’s whatever you’d like to call the Trump-leaning group and whatever you want to call the conservatives/moderates/old guard. They are opposed in ideology AND voting behavior, with enough conviction to grind Congress to a stop for three weeks because they lacked sufficient common ground to elect a leader. Therefore, this editorial reasoned, the House is currently a three-caucus body, of which the Democratic Party forms the largest group. The House Speakership, it concluded, should probably have gone to Hakeem Jeffries.

    I don’t know if this argument has validity, under the spirit by which the House Speaker is supposed to be elected. (You’d think it may have been reasoned, 200+ years ago, that picking the leader of the majority caucus was intended to provide a head of House all members could respect enough to work with.) But I think we can all agree, going from thin blocks and losses to a unanimous vote on someone no one’s heard of – before the presumptive POTUS GOP candidate could weigh in – was not motivated by finding the perfect candidate.

    The terms of McCarthy’s potential ouster were at least public. It’s concerning that we don’t know what concessions and deals had to be made to put an election denier in the Speaker’s seat.

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  • PragatiMohit Gulati 4 months ago

    So his only cons are that he’s just like every other republican? 🤔

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