US Politics

Jon Stewart: Biden is too f---ing old to be president

The former host of the Daily Show poked fun of the President: "Don’t say 'Joe Biden is old' — don’t say what people see with their own eyes! You can say it, he can’t hear us.”

Actor turned Activist Jon Stewart gives remarks at a PACT Act rally to support funding veterans who are victims of burn pit related illnesses. (Photo: Jon Stewart)

Comedian-turned-political-commentator Jon Stewart took part in a comedy sketch on the Netflix is a Joke show in Los Angeles last Friday. The former Daily Show star repeatedly poked fun at President Biden, in what has become a trope for political commentators on both the left and the right of the political isle.

"I know liberals say, ‘Don’t say Joe Biden is old’ — don’t say what people see with their own eyes! You can say it, he can’t hear us. I know you know how f---ing old he is, and I know you don’t want to say it because Trump is so scary, but he’s so f---ing old. When you watch him on television, you’re nervous, aren’t ya?" he lamented.

Stewart clarified later on that Biden does have something to give to the world even if it may not be as a political leader. "I’m not saying that Biden can’t contribute to society, he just shouldn’t be president," quipped the comedian.

Stewart got a lot of backlash for making fun of Biden's age in the past. During his return to "The Daily Show" in February, Stewart mocked Democrats for defending Biden's mental capacity.

"If you're telling us behind the scenes he's sharp and full of energy and on top of it… you should film that," Stewart insisted.

"This guy couldn’t remember stuff during his deposition. Do you understand what that means? He had no ability to recall very basic things under questioning..."

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