The Detroit Free Press has published a rather stunning refutation of remarks that were made by “Late Show” host — and alleged comedian — Stephen Colbert, who took some serious shots at Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon during one of his recent monologues.
According to Fox News, Colbert beat up on Dixon — metaphorically speaking — last Wednesday for raising concern during a debate that took place on October 25 over “pornographic” material being discovered in school libraries across the state. Given the left’s most recent push to include books normalizing all manner of sexual activity and gender identities, it wouldn’t be much of a surprise to find this kind of stuff jammed in schools too.
“Dixon’s not the only one worried about this issue. So is this guy she totally made up,” Colbert went on to tell his viewers.
The late night talk show host then played a clip of Dixon saying, “I had a gentleman come up to me just a few nights ago and he said, ‘I found content in my school library describing how to have sex to my son.’”
Colbert then attempted to employ the comedic technique most often known as sarcasm by replying to the clip, “Okay, fine ‘that happened,'” emphasizing his use of sarcasm with air quotes. In the hands of a person skilled in the art of making others laugh, these techniques can produce a lot of snickering, giggles, and just plain out right joy. That is yet to happen for Mr. Colbert. Sadly, in order for these tools to be effective, you have to have talent.
Unfortunately for Mr. Colbert, the Detroit Free Press says that event described by Dixon actually did happen. Facts have always been an inconvenient nuisance for the left.
“A Dearborn resident whose existence was doubted by comedian Stephen Colbert during a monologue last week has a message for the CBS late night host: I am real and so is my switch to the Republican Party,” Free Press reporter Niraj Warikoo stated at the beginning of his report Wednesday.
Khalil Othman came forward as the individual that Dixon referred to at a recent rally of hers that he attended.
“To claim that I’m not here, I don’t exist, I’m not human, that’s absolute ignorance,” Othman stated in an interview with the paper. “If this person did his due diligence and start researching or has his team do a little bit of research of who’s this person who attended Dixon’s rally, they will be able to find my name right away easy on social media. Just Google it.”
“Othman, a father of five and a former Democratic candidate for state representative who migrated from Yemen nearly 20 years ago, had shared a video on Facebook of the comments he made at the Dixon event speaking out against sexually-explicit content found in school libraries,“ Fox News reported.
“I am a proud Muslim American who expresses my values and concerns all the time,” Othman continued in the video. “Dearborn has been voting Democrat blue for the last decade or two decades. But not anymore. On behalf of myself and my family, I guarantee you for sure that my family and my friends will vote for Republicans.”
Dixon then slammed Colbert for his comments at an event that was held this past Sunday, telling supporters, “That’s what he said, this story never happened. That’s where the Democrats are right now. You don’t exist, your stories are not important.”
That’s how Democrats view anyone with a different set of beliefs and values from their own. You don’t exist. You aren’t important. You are the villain of the story and they are the heroes. It’s convenient to spin up these kind of narratives in order to make yourself feel better about failed policies and the destruction of society and culture.
Liberals are so deluded that they cannot even fathom that folks who disagree with them are real. Tell me leftism isn’t a mental disorder.