Jon Stewart rips into Congress over 9/11 support

The comedian choked back tears as he called out lawmakers for failing to fully fund a program to support sick and dying 9/11 first responders.

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25 thoughts on “Jon Stewart rips into Congress over 9/11 support

  1. Look at how Congress is handling this and tell me that's who you want in charge of YOUR healthcare. If there's ever been an argument AGAINST medicare for all, it's THIS video. When your health benefits go wrong, how can you make an unaccountable congress do anything about it? You can't! You're screwed, just like these folks.

  2. didn't the guy who owned the building strangely get like 4 trillion dollars of insurance claim from insuring the building 6 months before the attack, why doesnt he donate some money?

    just google the guy, he literally looks like an evil rat

  3. Congress need to get their act together on this issue. Jon Stewart is right about time running out. I wonder how many of the Congress today were in office on 9/11, and rushed to a secret location whilst doing their job, whereas the brave firefighters did their job running towards danger. Congress need to get their priorities right on this. God bless Jon for his persevering stance on this.

  4. I find it very sickening because of the Socialist Democrats that now the total cost this year alone for illegals is over 122 billion and rising. Just the cost today is around 700 million per day. Look it up on One America News clock of illegals costs. Anybody that votes for Democrats and wants to waste more money on illegals should be impeached and thrown out of office. With this money that could be going to these firefighters, veterans and the homeless, and yet it’s wasted on people that are not even supposed to be in this country. That is very repulsive to me and anti-American.

  5. The first responders have already been covered through 2090 by Congress. The only outstanding issue is compensation. Odd, since the PDNY and FDNY both have their own workers' compensation systems administered by themselves. If there is any truth to the claims being made then surely it would fall under workers' compensation.

  6. Here's the full testimony: @ . The no shows were: Louie Gohmert, Republican, Texas; Jim Jordan, Republican, Ohio; Guy Reschenthaler, Republican, Pennsylvania; Ben Cline, Republican, Virginia; Kelly Armstrong, Republican, North Dakota.

  7. Nobody denies 9/11 responders deserve proper medical treatment, but John stewart is just doing this shit to grand stand. Hes a sanctimonious prick. Everything he does, he does so that he can be seen doing it.
    That bastard is worth over 100 million dollars. If the plight of 9/11 responders medical treatment was truly paramount to him, he would have simply paid these expenses out of pocket in secret.

    But that wouldn't set the internet on fire with small minded dupes saying "Gee, what a great guy John Stewart is, he can piss on my face if he wants to."

    John Libowitz is literally using 9/11 responders to glorify himself, and ALLL you idiot's are falling for it.

  8. Stewart has NOTHING to say – after being a first class liar and political propagandist disguised as "comedy. Stewart gets up and there pretends to make "jokes" which are actually a form of persuasion to win people over to a particular political view – that it pretends to be non-political and all for "fun" is an obscene deception. Stewart has thrown his weight behind the effort to turn the people against Trump.

  9. So 9/11 first responders should get a degree of consideration that others don’t? There are people who face these same health issues because of years of work but because it was not on 9/11 they are ignored.

  10. Amazing. Those hero’s deserve every cent of those greedy congress’ money. Can we have a man in support of women’s rights do something to this extent to ensure women continue to uphold their rights? It seems that emotional testimonies are only taken seriously when given by men. Love John Stewart with all my heart!

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