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20 February 2013updated 26 Sep 2015 3:16pm

Jon Stewart: “At least God isn’t hurling rocks and loose horsemeat at us.”

The Daily Show tackles horse meat.

By Alex Hern

Jon Stewart engages in a little schadenfreude for his American audience. Gas prices may be rising; the President is claiming the right to execute Americans with missiles; and Geraldo Rivera is running for Senate. So he’s introduced a new segment to the Daily Show called:

We may be fucked, but at least God isn’t hurling rocks and loose horsemeat at us.

Thankfully, we got off easier than the Russians did. Watch the video below:

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