Stephen Colbert Mocks Throw Rug-Seeking Oregon Militants: Is This a Revolution or a Bed and Breakfast?
Stephen Colbert tore into the Oregon militants during a recent segment of The Late Show.
He criticized the militants, asking if they were starting a revolution or a bed and breakfast.
According to Colbert, Ammon Bundy’s mother sent more than 80 items to the militants over the weekend.
“She would deliver the items herself, but the clubhouse sign clearly says, ‘No girls allowed,’” Colbert said.
“It’s one thing to face off against the jackbooted thugs of the tyrannical government, (but) it’s another to have to fight the frizzies,” Colbert said. “You want hair to bounce and behave.”
Raw Story reports:
The militants also asked for pillows, bed sheets, throw rugs of any size and French vanilla creamer.
“They’re either starting a revolution, or they’re opening a bed and breakfast,” Colbert said. “It’s just like Patrick Henry said: ‘Give me French vanilla or give me hazelnut — they’re both yummy.”
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