Howard Stern Ripped for His Suck-Up Interview with Joe Biden

Howard Stern
at the "America's Got Talent" Los Angeles Auditions, Pantages Theater, Hollywood, CA 04-24-13

It’s no secret that Howard Stern is one of the biggest sellouts in the American entertainment industry. The former shock jock now usually just comes across as your annoying liberal aunt Peggy who wants you to wear a mask at Thanksgiving. His turn from crusader to liberal pansy has been shocking and remarkable.

Stern illustrated this again last week when he sucked up to a freshly plastic-surgeoned Joe Biden for an “interview.”

Stern’s voice is actually quivering and on the verge of tears as he tells Joe Biden that he is a “great father to our country.” And the reason for this, Stern actually says out loud, is because Biden is such a great father to his own children.

 

That’s just too much for a real comedian like Jimmy Dore, who asks an important question:

If your son is a crackhead, and you showered with your daughter so she is now a crackhead, are you really a great father?

It’s refreshing to watch someone take Stern and Biden down a peg after their truly awful sit-down with each other. Stern is a ludicrous caricature of his former self, who was never that funny to begin with. And Joe Biden looks and sounds like a slightly animated corpse in this interview.

Even Jimmy Dore’s introduction to the interview is hilarious and spot-on:

“Do you want to watch Spooky Witch interview a Zombie?”


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