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"America is like four wars behind when it comes to caring for their veterans." Comedian and activist Jon Stewart is back to support new legislation to increase veteran benefits.

jon stewart'>Comedian Jon Stewart is using his star power to bring attention to vets exposed to 'burn pits.' @dailybriefing  host @DanaPerino  talks to former Marine@MatthewBetley , who says toxins from burn pits made him sick! Listen to the #FOXNewsRundown 

People reacting to supercuts of lying politicos like it has any effect clearly didn’t watch Jon Stewart in his prime

‘We always have money for war, we never have money for the war fighter.’ — Jon Stewart introduced a bill to address caring for veterans who’ve been exposed to burn pits and other toxins

Jon Stewart on helping sick veterans: ’This is an eminently fixable problem. It’s simple and the money already exists in the system … the money to help these veterans is in the system.’

Jon Stewart introduces bill for sick veterans: ’Welcome to another exciting episode of ‘When is America going to start acting like the great country we keep telling ourselves we are?’ … Our veterans lived 24/7 next to toxic smoke … It’s bullsh*t.’

Jon and Tracey Stewart and Stephen and Evelyn Colbert have donated $100,000 to benefit New Jersey's arts industry.

"America is like four wars behind when it comes to caring for their veterans." Comedian and activist Jon Stewart is back to support new legislation to increase veteran benefits.

Jon Stewart on helping sick veterans: ’This is an eminently fixable problem. It’s simple and the money already exists in the system … the money to help these veterans is in the system.’

"Everybody thinks that veterans get health care for life, but they don't. They only get health care if their injury or illness can be tied to their service," Jon Stewart says about legislation that would help veterans affected by toxic burn pits.

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"We're gonna make sure that every one of those people goes on record and is held accountable for the illnesses of our veterans." An angry Jon Stewart calls for action on legislation to help U.S. veterans exposed to toxic burn pits.

Jon Stewart introduces bill for sick veterans: ’Welcome to another exciting episode of ‘When is America going to start acting like the great country we keep telling ourselves we are?’ … Our veterans lived 24/7 next to toxic smoke … It’s bullsh*t.’

Watch Jon Stewart's speech slamming Congress for its inaction supporting 9/11 victims and first responders. "What an incredible metaphor this room is. ... Behind me, a filled room of 9/11 first responders, and in front of me, a nearly empty Congress."

‘You should be ashamed of yourselves.’ — Jon Stewart went off on Congress for not yet renewing the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund

WATCH: Jon Stewart's full statement before House cmte., demanding additional funding for 9/11 victim compensation fund, which is set to expire next year. "Your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity: Time! It's the one thing they're running out of."

"Your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity: time." Jon Stewart receives a standing ovation from 9/11 first responders after slamming lawmakers for failing to fund programs providing healthcare to the first responders

Confederate statues weren’t built during the Confederacy, they were built during the Jim Crow to incite fear. Jon Stewart explains:

Jon Stewart testifies for September 11 Victim Compensation Fund: "Accountability doesn’t appear to be something that occurs in this chamber…I'm sorry if I sound angry and undiplomatic, but I am angry, and you should be too."

thank you Jon Stewart, for making sure "never forget" isn't just a nice-sounding slogan

CNN’s Jim Acosta has turned down my invitation to appear on my radio show, joining a long list of no shows over the years, including:Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer, Barack Obama, Jon Stewart, et al.

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