'Late Show': Stephen Colbert applauds Parkland, Fla. students for activism

Stephen Colbert’s Late Show was on interregnum when bullets pennyless out at Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland, Fla one week ago. On Tuesday, a horde returned with a summary of optimism, a approach outcome of a activism of a high school’s students.

“Like you, we was disgusted and heartbroken, not usually by a attack, and a detriment of trusting life, though by what we feared would be a finish miss of transformation by a leaders,” Colbert told viewers. And while he was flustered with Sen. Marco Rubio, Colbert said, “There is one organisation that does give me wish that we can do something to strengthen a children and sadly, it’s a children.”

“These students saw their leaders doing zero and said, ‘Hold my base beer,’ ” a comedian said, introducing clips of students skewering politicians. 

Citing planned walkouts and a impetus In Washington, Colbert called a students “inspiring,” joking that a “the usually reason we walked out of category was to go behind a propagandize and … study.”

Though a Florida House declined to discuss an attack weapons ban, Colbert wanted students to sojourn emboldened. 

“I wish these kids don’t give adult ’cause this is their lives and their future,” he said. “Someone else might be in power, though this nation belongs to them. There is reason for hope.

“Look during a Me Too movement,” Colbert continued. “A lot of group in energy did not see that entrance though it valid that change can occur overnight. This is an choosing year. If we wish to see change, we have to go to a polls and tell a people who will not strengthen we that their time is up.”

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