Category Archives: Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer shows up on the Daily Show.

The entire interview can be seen in three parts here. Jon Stewart, as far as I am concerned,was as serious as a heart attack and was a true journalist last night during his interview with Jim Cramer from CNBC. He pointed out time and time again last night, that CNBC is nothing more than a shill for Wall Street and the financial industry, they never do anything negative about the industry or any investigative pieces on the industry. Cramer was apologetic at best and a whiner at worst. Quite a bit of the interview was left on the cutting room floor due to time constraints. But the link above will show you the entire interview uncut. Check out part one and two below.

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Jon Stewart said last night, and I believe it to be true…that there are two stock markets…the real one that is dangerous and volatile and the one shown us on networks like CNBC, who shamelessly represent only the interests of Wall Street.

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Jon Stewart vs Jim Cramer and CNBC

I don’t know if anyone is following the skirmish between Jon Stewart and CNBC’s Jim Cramer but it’s very interesting and funny as hell. From Alternet who has the whole sordid mess from beginning to end:

The fight between Jon Stewart and CNBC started out with a “brutal, but utterly hilarious” attack on Rick Santelli’s infamous rant against homeowners, and an insightful look at just how wrong CNBC got it in the days and months before the econopocalypse:

Stewart aped Santelli’s newsgrabbing shouty-faced blubber from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, coyly admitting, “I have to say, I find cheap populism very arousing.” And then, for eight minutes, Stewart at his arch best (with the help of the crackerjack Daily Show research team) went on an absolute tear and burned CNBC right down to the doorframes. “If only I’d followed CNBC’s advice, I’d have a million dollars, provided I’d started with a hundred million dollars.”

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Then, Cramer went after Stewart on his show, Morning Joe and the Today Show. Below is Jon Stewarts response:

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Cramer will be on The Daily Show Tonight…Its must see tv!