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Watch Louis C.K.’s controversial riff on child molesters: ‘It must be amazing for them’ because they won’t stop

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Comedian Louis C.K. began his hosting duties on Saturday Night Live with an opening monologue touching on a variety of topics before going into uncharted territory with a riff on child molesters that had the audience gasping at times.

Saying he grew up in the seventies when, he said, “There was a child molester who lived in my hometown, and it wasn’t a big deal. ‘Yeah that’s the house where the child molester lives.'”

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He then ventured into darker material, lamenting the fact that the local child molester wasn’t “in to me'” before turning to the compulsion to sexually assault children.

“Child molesters are very tenacious people. They love molesting childs” the comedian explained. “It’s crazy. It’s like their favorite thing. When you consider the risk of being a child molester — speaking not even of the damage you’re doing — but the risk, there is no worse life available to a human than being a caught child molester.”

“And yet they still do it! Which from, you can only really surmise, that it must be really good. I mean, from their point of view,” he continued as part of the audience gasped while others laughed.

“Not ours, but from their point of view. It must be amazing for them to risk so much,” he added before laughing and saying, “How do you think I feel? This is my last show probably.”

The entire monologue is excellent, with the comedian discussing his own “mild racism” as well as comparing his children fighting each other with the centuries-long war in the Middle East.

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Trump became enthralled with presidency while watching balloons drop on 1988 GOP convention stage

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Donald Trump became enthralled with the presidency while watching balloons drop for George H.W. Bush at the 1988 Republican National Convention.

The celebrity real estate developer had been taken to New Orleans by his longtime pal Roger Stone, a Republican political operative hoping to spark an interest in Trump to run for the presidency, reported Politico.

“I got the definite impression that Roger Stone was preparing Donald Trump to run for president,” said Michael Caputo, a Stone associate who worked for Trump's 2016 campaign. “I didn’t know when it would be — but it was very clear to me that he wasn’t there for the cocktails.”

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Trump’s conservative media allies aren’t getting on board with his Joe Scarborough attacks

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Shotgun-brandishing Montana man told immigrant coworker that ‘we kill people like you’: police

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A Montana man who regularly brandished a shotgun in front of an immigrant coworker was arrested this week after police say he made a racist death threat.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports that 60-year-old Jim Daniels this week was charged with felony malicious intimidation after he told a coworker who immigrated from Brazil that "in Montana, we kill people like you."

"The victim, who is Brazilian, has worked at Rent For Less in Bozeman for two years and said the racial threats by Daniels started as comments about the color of his skin," the Bozeman Daily Chronicle writes. "Those comments eventually escalated, and Daniels on several occasions brandished a shotgun and tried to provoke the victim into a fight, authorities said."

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