Jon Stewart "The Naturalized" on History Channel will be pro-massive immigration propaganda

This fall, a two-hour, Jon Stewart-produced show called "The Naturalized" will appear on the History Channel (link):

[It] follows eight individuals through the bureaucratic morass of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The special will also include interviews with undocumented and deported illegal immigrants... It's a look at that process that is very much in Jon's tone and manner," says Nancy Dubuc, History's executive VP and general manager. "The early stuff we're seeing is quite funny but really poignant and relevant."

In other words, it's going to be a snarkfest with a gooey center, designed to smear opponents of massive/illegal immigration on one hand and present a PIIPP-level view of the topic on the other. If it includes any contrary arguments, those will be minimized or misrepresented. I could include a disclaimer just in case I'm wrong, but I don't have to because I'm not going to be wrong.

It's worth noting that the History Channel is part of the A&E Television Networks (AETN), which is in turn a joint venture of The Hearst Corporation, Disney-ABC Television Group and NBC Universal.


'is very much in Jon's tone and manner," Oh, so sanctimonious and not funny. Gotcha.