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Following the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate, “comedian” Stephen Colbert began his CBS late-night show with a monologue aimed at the former Commander-in-Chief Tuesday night, celebrating the incident while laughing maniacally.

Colbert began his monologue for “The Late Show” by talking about the New York weather, stating that “it may be hot outside, but in here it’s Christmas.”

“Because yesterday, we all got the present we wanted: FBI agents raided Mar-a-Lago,” he added while cheering and laughing, as his audience applauded. “Oh, mwah! That is the most beautiful sentence America has ever produced. It’s right up there with ‘We put cheese inside the crust.’”

“Early Monday morning the FBI executed a search warrant on the former president’s offices and personal quarters,” Colbert proclaimed. “I feel bad for those agents. ‘Sir, I finished searching the cabinet full of empty chicken buckets. Where should I go next? Please don’t say the bathroom. Please don’t say the bathroom. Please don’t say the bathroom.’”

“So we know the raid happened,” he continued. “We still don’t know why the raid happened because we don’t yet know what was in the warrant. Think about that: We’re talking about the former President of the United States of America. The FBI raids his home and all I can think is, I wonder which of his crimes they’re investigating, cause he’s done so many. It’s hard.”

Colbert then attempted to switch back to being a comedian again, rather than a political commentator:

“At this point, he can’t keep track. ‘Sir, do you know why I pulled you over?’ ‘Let’s see, the body’s in my trunk? The meth in the glove compartment? The back seat full of illegal spider monkeys who definitely got into the meth? Oh, it’s the busted taillight? I was kidding about the other stuff.’”

FOX HOST CALLS FOR GOP TO HIT BACK AFTER WEAPONIZED RAID BY DEMOCRATS ON TRUMP’S ESTATE: ‘IT’S TIME TO HOLD EVERYONE ACCOUNTABLE’

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The late-night host then explained the raid was triggered through an investigation by the National Archives and Records Administration, regarding 15 boxes of letters, mementos, and documents Trump reportedly took with him to Mar-A-Lago, following the end of his first term in office.

“That’s right, he’s going to be taken down by the librarians,” Colbert joked. “Oh, they’re coming for you baby. They’re organized. They know where everything is. And you never know which way they’re coming because they’re so quiet. They are silent but deadly.”

The former Comedy Central star then went on to attack Donald’s son, Eric, mocking his intelligence and his appearance with an attempt at impersonating him — over a comment he made on Fox News about potential letters that could be found by the FBI.

Colbert continued his monologue railing against the former president as his attempts at comedy failed miserably. He has spent years shilling for the Democratic party establishment saying that President Joe Biden is “currently on a hot streak.” What planet are Colbert and his CBS masters on?

In just the past month alone, Colbert has personally help push the Democrats’ agenda having guests on like Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, member of the January 6 Committee Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), MSNBC host Chris Hayes, and Critical Race Theory promoter Ibram X. Kendi.

He stopped being funny long ago and his blatant attempts at pushing radical liberal talking points, showcases just how out of touch the New York City elite really are.

They’re in for a big surprise come November though, as it seems many of these heavy-handed tactics will end up backfiring and ultimately result in a massive, nationwide red wave at the ballot box — as voters go into the booths asking themselves: “What’s the future worth?”

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