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Deafening Silence: Comedy Central’s ‘Daily Show with Trevor Noah’ Won’t Acknowledge Bombshell Report Linking Fauci to Wuhan Lab After Glowing Interviews

Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” has aired not one but two primetime interviews with Dr. Anthony Fauci in the past two years, providing the physician with a platform to talk about the coronavirus at the start of the pandemic and later about the vaccine. But now the show is remaining silent about Fauci’s connection to the Wuhan lab allegedly at the center of the global outbreak.

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Watch: 3 Times Comedy Central Host and ‘Cuomosexual’ Trevor Noah Praised Disgraced Andrew Cuomo

On Tuesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that he would resign in two weeks, ahead of likely impeachment proceedings, over multiple accusations of sexual misconduct. But before Cuomo’s fall from grace, it was New York resident and Comedy Central host Trevor Noah who was one of Hollywood’s biggest supporters of Cuomo — proclaiming himself a “Cuomosexual” as many leftists angled to anoint Cuomo as a “sex symbol” for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic in the Empire State.

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Dark Day for Hollywood’s ‘Cuomosexuals’ as Andrew Cuomo Set to Resign in Disgrace

A slew of Hollywood elites showered disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with praise during the pandemic. For months, celebrities like talk show hosts Ellen Degeneres, Trevor Noah, and Jada Pinkett Smith publicly declared themselves Cuomosexuals. Left-wing pop star Cher said “I’m in love with Andrew Cuomo.” Comedian Chelsea Handler said he was her “boyfriend” and she was “hot” for him. The celebrity-filled public love affair turned to despair on Tuesday after Cuomo resigned. As of this reporting, the Cuomosexuals have stayed remained in the face of Cuomo’s scandal-ridden political demise.    

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Video: Trevor Noah Trashes American Law Enforcement but Defended Use of Police Force in South Africa’s Marikana Massacre

Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah used his nightly platform Wednesday to trash U.S. law enforcement, smearing American police officers as fruit from a “rotten tree.”  Now, one of Noah’s old stand-up comedy acts has resurfaced in which he defends the use of deadly police force in the Marikana Massacre in South Africa.

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 08: Trevor Noah speaks onstage during The National Board of Review Annual Awards Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street on January 8, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for National Board of Review)

Comedy Central’s Trevor Noah: The System of Policing in America Designed to Keep Poor and Black People in Their Place

While a series of polls taken since last summer show that black Americans don’t want police departments defunded, and in some cases, want a larger police presence in their neighborhoods, Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah, who was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, said “the system in policing is doing exactly what it’s meant to do in America and that is keeping poor people in their place.”

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - DECEMBER 02: Trevor Noah attends the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 at FNB Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100)

Comedy Central’s Trevor Noah Blasts Cuomo Over Coronavirus Cover-Up: ‘You Did the Wrong Thing’

The Daily Show host Trevor Noah took a break from mocking conservatives to launch a rare offensive against a fellow left winger — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), who is facing a widening scandal over allegations that his administration covered up the extent of coronavirus deaths in nursing homes in order to avoid a federal investigation under the Trump administration.

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Gabrielle Union, Trevor Noah Among Celebrities Demanding ‘The Abolition of Police’

Hundreds of left-wing celebrity figures, including actress Gabrielle Union and Comedy Central late-night host Trevor Noah, signed onto a statement from the Black Artists for Freedom — “a collective of black workers in the culture industries” — demanding the abolition of police and “the complete dismantling of the racist prison-industrial system” as a means to end the America’s “racist culture.”

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