Alleged comedian at WHCD smears Bannon as a ‘Nazi,’ Sessions as a racist

Minhaj White House Coorespondent's dinner, Steve Bannon, Nazi, Jeff Sessions
Hasan Minhaj (YouTube)

During Saturday night’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner, alleged comedian Hasan Minhaj “entertained” operatives of the Democrat-media complex and took jabs at Steve Bannon and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, referring to the former as a “Nazi” while calling the latter a racist who uses the “n-word.”

Initially, he said that he had been asked not to insult the current administration, but did anyway.

“Now a lot of people think that Steve Bannon is the reason Donald Trump is a racist,” he said. “That is not true. Is he here?” he asked, looking out into the crowd. “I do not see Steve Bannon. I do not see Steve Bannon. Not see. Nazi Steve Bannon. Nazi Steve Bannon.”

Get it?  Are you laughing yet?  I’m not…

“Jeff Sessions could not be here tonight; he is doing a pre-civil war enactment,” the alleged comedian said. “On his RSVP he wrote, ‘No.’ Just no! Which happens to be his second favorite n-word.”

His remark actually elicited groans from the audience.


Here’s video of his complete comments:

He also referred to President Trump as the “Liar-in-Chief.”

Twitchy said many were waiting for Minhaj to be funny…

Reviews were mixed, and attendees not only had to wait until the end of the night for Minhaj to perform; once he did get his show on the road, there was another wait for the jokes, according to Fox Business Network host Kennedy.


We’re still waiting as well.  We’ll let you know when he says something funny.  But you may be waiting for a long time…

H/T Breitbart.com


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