Stephen Colbert taken aback as Jon Stewart pushes coronavirus lab leak theory on 'The Late Show'
Jon Stewart was the first guest when The Late Show With Stephen Colbert returned to the legendary Ed Sullivan Theater on Monday for the first time in 15 months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Colbert was stunned when Stewart started talking about the origin of the coronavirus, advocating the laboratory leak theory, which is a popular topic of conversation in conservative media.
"I think we owe a great debt to science," said Stewart. "Science has in many ways helped alleviate the suffering of this pandemic, which was most likely caused by science." "Perhaps you mean this was made in a laboratory?" asked Colbert. "A chance?" answered Stewart. “There is a novel respiratory coronavirus overtaking Wuhan, China, what are we doing? Oh, do you know who we could ask? The Wuhan Novel Respiratory Coronavirus Laboratory. The disease has the same name as the laboratory! That's just a little too strange! "
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