State-run CBC’s state-funded comedy show Little Mosque on the Prairie was raised on Fox News Channel’s O’Reilly Factor Wednesday night by Bill O’Reilly, along with correspondent Juliet Huddy — who said the show did a nice enough job satirizing the situation. I mean the situation in which there is a mosque on the prairie —not the situation in which a free country’s government owns and runs a state media outfit providing comedy shows to a small cabal of people who watch their stuff, as if providing comedy shows and TV stations were a core function of a free country’s government. I mean there’s actually a lot to mock, here, in this situation, but they stayed with the little mosque angle.
They played a clip. Here’s a screen capture:
Laughably, clearly not understanding CBC, the nation’s state-owned media, Juliet Huddy told Bill O’Reilly “It must be good because it’s been on for five seasons in Canada!”
So that was funny.
Bill asked if there was a “Theo” Mohammad on the show. Ore a “Rudy” Mohammad. No, answered Juliet, getting that joke.
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