The 58-year-old Stewart, of course, is Jewish, and has frequently referenced Judaism throughout his comedy career, including before, during and after his time on “The Daily Show.”
Stewart slammed the sparsely attended Congressional hearing last week about renewing funding for a program that provides health care to first responders who became sick responding to the 9/11 attacks
"You should be ashamed of yourselves for those who aren’t here but you won’t be because accountability doesn’t appear to be something that occurs in this chamber," Jon Stewart said.
Somebody's feelings were hurt!
What happens on Twitter doesn't stay on Twitter.
At a Stand Up For Heroes benefit in New York City this Tuesday, the beloved former host of “The Daily Show” took the stage to tell an expletive-laden tale of the Republican nominee.
Jewish comedian's first project for premium cable network expected to involve timely short-form digital content.
As of midday Friday, more than 159,000 people had signed a petition for the comedian to be a debate host.
Jon Stewart was many things to many people: A self-hating Jew to those who loathed him, a well of knowledge to those who revered him, but too all he was a seminal figure in the political sphere.