After a recent poll from the Pew Research Center showed that the American people are "more polarized along partisan lines than at any point in the past 25 years," Stephen Colbert just couldn't take it anymore. "Where is our sense of community?" he asked on last night's Report. "That recognition of our shared values that we had during World War II that allowed us to come together as a nation and intern those Japanese-Americans."
The answer is that what brings us together can be found in a video of a teacup pig named Hamlet struggling down the stairs to get to a bowl of oatmeal. Our shared investment in Hamlet's success leaves us with a unifying message: "Today, we are all Hamlet the pig." Or so Colbert thought. It turns out that even this seemingly innocuous video is a product of partisan politics – in particular, the vegan, homosexual, and socialist agendas. Watch: