Hollywood star Jon Stewart and Jack Posobiec have reached a deal to help veterans that has put Washington D.C. politicians on notice.
Stewart and Posobeic, the senior editor at Human Events, had a heated argument over the PACT Act.
The PACT Act provides funding for veterans and first responders exposed to toxic chemicals.
However, the deal has been stalled by political bickering.
The two men announced their truce in a video posted to Twitter.
“This is Jack Posobiec.
“I’m here with Tim Jensen of GruntStyle and Jon Stewart is also here.
“Jon Stewart and I have decided to come to an agreement. Have we not?”
“Yes, sir,” said Stewart.
“I lost my temper a little bit.
“I felt like I was being trolled and I realized that the important thing is we just gotta get this done for these guys and get them over the finish line to get the healthcare they need.”
“We’re at 98 percent,” said Posobiec.
“Let’s get it over the last two percent.”
“Please,” said Stewart.
“Is that fair?” asked Posobiec who then shook hands with Stewart.
I’m here in DC with @jonstewart and @GruntStyle1SG with a message about helping the veterans pic.twitter.com/fdIvBSkRG7
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 1, 2022
Stewart mocked his critics earlier by joking to be “Hunter Biden’s cocaine dealer.”
“I’m a liberal piece of shit,” said Stewart.
“I get it.
“I know what I am.
“I’m Hunter Biden’s cocaine dealer.
“I get it.
“I’m more gay pride flag than man. I get it.
“But the VFW isn’t, and the American Legion isn’t, and the IAVA Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America isn’t, and DAV Disabled American Veterans isn’t, and the Wounded Warriors Project isn’t.”