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WATCH: Colbert's 'The Late Show' writer demands reparations, calls Founding Fathers 'douche nozzles'

John Thibodeaux, one of the writers for Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show," piped in on the show on Thursday night, making a call for reparations and showing hate for the Founding Fathers.

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John Thibodeaux, one of the writers for Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show," piped in on the show on Thursday night, making a call for reparations and showing hate for the Founding Fathers.

Colbert specifically was talking about the Biden administration's plan to put the image of Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, when Thibodeaux had something to say about it:

"It's nice to be on the money, but we want to have the money. Recognition is nice. Reparations are better. Plus, she won't exactly be in the best company. You know who else is on those bills?" asked Thibodeaux.

"Yeah, I've handled money in the past. You've got George Washington..."

"Slave owner," replied Thibodeaux.

"Alexander Hamilton," mentioned Colbert.

"Slave buyer," Thibodeaux shot back.

"OK, Thomas Jefferson...."

"Big-time slave owner. Hall of Fame. The Babe Ruth of slave owners, if Babe Ruth had sex with his home runs," said Thibodeaux, referring to the fact that Jefferson had an intimate relationship with Sally Hemmings.

"Harriet Tubman was a black woman abolitionist, at a time when it was life-threatening thing to be any of those things, let all of them. She repeatedly risked her life for other people's freedom, and now we're asking her to hang out with those douche nozzles? She needs a squad!"

"I'm talking Frederick Douglass on the one, Rosa Parks on the five."

Thibodeaux then said that black people should all get sets of the new money, including the "Beyonce coin set."

Thibodeaux then said that he himself could possibly grace the new 10 dollar bill:

"I'm calling it the Tibbo 10. It's catching on, Stephen."

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