WATCH: Jon Stewart Sums Up Donald Sterling-'I'm Racist, but My D*ck and My Wallet Are Not'
Like many Americans, Jon Stewart is sooooo happy that racism has been declared over in America. Anne Coulter thinks so, the Supreme Court thinks so. Must be true. Good news, right? The Supreme Court declared it over when it banned affirmative action at public universities in the Michigan case recently, after having eviscerated the Voting Rights Act last year. But, lo and behold, just one week after Easter, racism rose again. "It's an Easter miracle!" Stewart quipped.
Stewart's racism recap, of course, included Cliven Bundy, then moved quickly to Donald Sterling, the L.A. Clippers owner who was allegedly recorded telling his mixed-race, Mexican and black girlfriend not to be seen with black people or bring them to his games, although she is allowed to f*ck them. "I'm racist but my d*ck and my wallet are not!" Stewart sums up, marveling at the rarity of finding a racist swinger.
Adding to the strangeness, Stewart noted that Sterling, who has been accused of discriminating against black people in his real estate empire, was about to receive a NAACP award for lifetime achievement.