On The Daily Show last night, Jon Stewart spent a segment gleefully breaking down Ballghazi. It was pretty fun.
“You know, after 16 years,” he started. “I’ve been here 16 years, 17 years. Sixteen and a half years, I don’t know. I’ve seen it all: financial crisis to war, to another war, to war, to another—like nearly five wars—there’s not much that can get to me anymore. Or so I thought.”
After speeding through various news reports, Stewart landed on Robert Gronkowski’s self-produced YouTube video, wherein the footbro had some words for everyone putting pressure off his legendary, cheating-ass teammate.
Stewart then moved on to Brady’s podium interview, where the quarterback lied about having any knowledge of wrongdoing.
“I can’t believe you had—as your friend Gronk so eloquently put it—deez nuts to say that,” Stewart quipped.
A good segment. Great, in fact. You can watch it here: