For a initial time given he left a post that done him a domicile name, comedian Jon Stewart returned to a Daily Show Monday night to warn a assembly and horde Trevor Noah.
Wearing a t-shirt and sporting a beard, Stewart waved to a audience who went nuts while Noah pronounced “I can’t trust it! This is awesome.” He added, “Oh, wait, wait, wait, shit. Are we here to take a uncover back?”
“A thousand times ‘no’,” Stewart pronounced in reply. “I have this emanate we caring about really deeply and we was wondering — we wish to get courtesy paid to it though we was realizing we don’t have a show, and nobody gives a shit anymore. So we thought, we have a show, and maybe we could come and…” he pronounced to cheers.
With a theatre set, Stewart spoke of 2010 James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act and a need to make a health caring appropriation permanent so 9/11 initial responders can continue to be treated for illnesses suffered that fatal day.
“It lapsed in September. Soon to be out of money, these initial responders, many ill with cancers and pulmonary disease, had to transport during their responsibility to Washington, D.C., hundreds of times to beg for a supervision to do a right thing. Plead,” Stewart pronounced exasperated.
“The usually end we can pull is that a people of Congress are not as good a people as a people who are initial responders,” Stewart added.
The former host, who given withdrawal a Comedy Central show signed a four-year prolongation understanding with HBO, afterwards showed footage of himself concomitant 9/11 initial responders to a offices of lawmakers who have not sealed onto a check in an bid to change their minds.
Following a episode, a Daily Show Twitter comment common a call to movement petition for Stewart’s cause.
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 8, 2015