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Jon Stewart highlighted the ongoing struggles of the California drought, and their efforts to conserve water — from the reprocessing of toilet water, to Governor Jerry Brown’s bad poetry, or good old-fashioned citizen snitching.

And California-based Daily Show correspondent Al Madrigal was flown in to the show to talk about the water shortage. But what happens when a Californian is finally able to enjoy all that freely available New York water?

Larry Wilmore and The Nightly Show contributor Mike Yard looked at the latest round of media victim-blaming over the McKinney pool party raid. And it turns out that Mike Yard has a solution: He will literally become a saint.

In his monologue, Conan O’Brien reviewed the latest hijinks from the presidential candidates: Hillary Clinton’s fundraising, Jeb Bush’s visit to Europe, and Lindsey Graham’s plan for a “rotating First Lady.”

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Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Reprinted with permission from Media Matters

After the Anti-Defamation League again called for Fox News host Tucker Carlson's firing due to his promotion of the white nationalist "great replacement" conspiracy theory, Carlson's first response was to tell a podcast interviewer, "Fuck them." His second was to use his prime-time show to blame a Jew for the resettlement of Afghan refugees in "your" neighborhood, echoing the apparent motivation of the alleged perpetrator of the 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.

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Dominic Pezzola, center rear with grey beard, confronts Capitol Police officer outside U.S. Senate Chambers.

Photo from U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia

Reprinted with permission from DailyKos

The next time that right-wing gaslighters—whether Tucker Carlson or other far-right pundits, or Republican congressmen—try to valorize the insurrectionists who attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6 by depicting them as harmless protesters, it might be helpful for everyone to review the case of Proud Boy Dominic Pezzola, charged with conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, assault, and multiple other felonies.

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