American Late Show host Stephen Colbert pokes fun at Scott Morrison on Election Day

US late show host Stephen Colbert mocks Scott Morrison over QUE Macca rumor and jokes that PM’s re-election campaign ‘is falling apart’

American comedian Stephen Colbert has targeted Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Addressing Morrison’s recent headlines during his monologue on Friday night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the comedian first compared Morrison to a “fly-thinking bull frog that ran away “.

He continued: ‘Since Morrison was elected, the Australian Prime Minister has been dogged by scandals, from allegations of racism to his friendship with prominent conspiracy theorist QAnon.

Laughs: US comedian Stephen Colbert (pictured) took aim at Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Addressing Morrison’s recent headlines during his monologue on Friday night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

“It’s not good – of course, there politicians’ reputations go down counter-clockwise.”

Colbert also addressed the rumors that Morrison soiled himself at McDonald’s the night the Cronulla Sharks lost the 1997 Grand Final.

“Morrison’s press has gotten so bad that last year the Prime Minister went on the radio to deny he had ever pooped his pants at McDonald’s. And even worse, no one accused him of it,” he joked.

“Since Morrison was elected, the Australian Prime Minister has been plagued by scandals, ranging from allegations of racism to his friendship with prominent conspiracy theorist QAnon.  It's not good – of course, there politicians' reputations go down counter-clockwise,” Colbert joked.  Morrison is pictured

“Since Morrison was elected, the Australian Prime Minister has been plagued by scandals, ranging from allegations of racism to his friendship with prominent conspiracy theorist QAnon. It’s not good – of course, there politicians’ reputations go down counter-clockwise,” Colbert joked. Morrison is pictured

Gags: Colbert also addressed rumors that Morrison soiled himself at McDonald's the night the Cronulla Sharks lost the 1997 Grand Final.

Gags: Colbert also addressed rumors that Morrison soiled himself at McDonald’s the night the Cronulla Sharks lost the 1997 Grand Final. “Morrison’s press got so bad that last year the Prime Minister was went on the radio to deny he ever pooped his pants at McDonald’s,” he joked.

In 2020, while speaking on KIIS FM’s Will and Woody show, the Prime Minister laughed heartily when asked if the story was true.

“It’s the biggest load of trash this thing,” he told KIIS FM radio hosts, adding that it was a source of amusement among his staff.

Colbert then mocked the Prime Minister for accidentally knocking over a child during a football match this week.

Ouch: Colbert continued to poke fun at the Prime Minister for accidentally knocking over a child during a football match this week, during a visit to Devonport Strikers Soccer Club.

Ouch: Colbert continued to poke fun at the Prime Minister for accidentally knocking over a child during a football match this week, during a visit to Devonport Strikers Soccer Club. “No surprise Scott’s re-election campaign hasn’t gone the best,” Colbert said.

“No surprise Scott’s re-election campaign hasn’t gone the best,” Colbert continued.

“So he launched a reboot this week to get some good press, which brings the latest from Morrison: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison tackled a child to the ground during an election photo op.

“To which his campaign responded, ‘can we go back to McDonald’s poo?'” he joked.

“He launched a reboot this week to get some good press, which brings the latest from Morrison: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison tackled a child to the ground during an election photo op.  To which his campaign responded,

“He launched a reboot this week to get some good press, which brings the latest from Morrison: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison tackled a child to the ground during an election photo op. To which his campaign responded, ‘can we go back to McDonald’s poo?’ Colbert joked

Morrison was visiting Devonport Strikers Soccer Club, which is in the constituency of Braddon in Tasmania, on Wednesday when he knocked down the child during a football match.

The little boy, called Luca, who was ‘shaved’ by Morrison, later appeared on the Today show with his grandmother Joy to discuss the tackle, with the child telling the co-hosts he was ” good ” and was not injured.

Colbert’s comments came hours before polls closed for Australia’s federal election, with Morrison’s Liberal government hoping to win re-election.

Election Day: Colbert's comments came hours before polls closed for Australia's federal election, with Morrison's Liberal government hoping for re-election

Election Day: Colbert’s comments came hours before polls closed for Australia’s federal election, with Morrison’s Liberal government hoping for re-election

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Javier E. Swan