Spare a thought for the late night comedy writers whose funny bones were broken by Donald Trump

We’ve come across quite a few progressives, including comedianKathy “He broke me!” Griffin and directorJoss “I think I’m broken” Whedon, who blame President Donald Trump for “breaking” them.

Save a tear, though, for those working behind the scenes in the entertainment industry who have also been broken by the election of Donald Trump. Some of them spoke this week during the Television Critics Association press tour, and Variety was there with the sad story.

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‘Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah wishes ‘pro-lifers’ would devote their zeal to gun control –

There was a sigh of relief across the entertainment industry afterSouth African comedian Trevor Noah managed to earn enthusiastic reviews forhis debut as host of “The Daily Show.” Today, though,we’ll just go ahead and sigh. It’s not that we thought Noah would manage to find humor across the political spectrum; we just didn’t think he’d resort to unfounded liberal clichs so quickly.

The Los Angeles Times notes today that Noah tackled the subject of gun control on Monday night’s show by wishing that pro-lifers would devote some of their zeal to preventing gun violence; i.e., passing gun control.“Imagine if we could bring some of that pro-life passion into being well, more pro-life.” ROTFL!

His comedic observation? Republican anti-abortion activists are like comic book collectors: “Human life only holds value until you take it out of the package, and then it’s worth nothing.”

Because until it’s delivered, the fetus is just a clump of cells. Didn’t you learn anything from Bill Nye’s dropping of hardcore abortion science?

If you can handle the hilarity, the clip “Not so pro-life after all” can be streamed at Comedy Central’s website.

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