Jon Stewart Sizes Up Joe Biden's Entry Into 2016 Race

Jon Stewart, with only three episodes left, began his show Tuesday night catching up with the latest in non-Trump GOP news, notably Texas cartoon senator Ted Cruz, who felt that the best way to stand out last week was to make breakfast by firing a machine gun with strips of bacon wrapped around it. 


"You don't need bacon to make America like guns? It's not a salad!" Stewart lamented. 

"At least it's fun to watch. The Democratic primary is one joyless Bataan death march to a Hillary Clinton nomination." Stewart joked. "Sure,  Bernie Sanders is drawing crowds in the thousands, but for some reason the 'media' has decided you can't be a serious candidate if your hair looks like your dick got caught in an electrical socket."

But wait: enter Joe Biden, whose biggest downside — saying really dumb stuff — has suddenly turned into his greatest quality. 

"Whoa? Joe Biden?" the Daily Show host asked, perplexed. "Joe — says you can't go into a 7/11 without running into a guy with an Indian accident, asks a guy in a wheelchair to stand up, praises a man's dead mom even though she's still alive — Biden? How's this going to play out?"

Stewart went on to play a series of clips of pundits praising Biden's candid style.

Suddenly Biden's gaffe's are an asset? 

Watch the clip below to judge for yourself:  

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