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After a woman in last week's controversial Daily Show segment about the Washington Redskins shared her awful experience, another participant — this time from the Native American side — is speaking out about his involvement.
The segment featured correspondent Jason Jones interviewing Native American activists and Washington Redskins fans separately about the criticism over the team's name. When one Redskins fan suggested "we need to be sitting down with the people that actually are offended," Jones brought in the group of activists.
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If you hopped on Twitter Friday and noticed that the hashtag #TheDailyShowGoneTooFar was trending, you might have assumed it was in reference to the show's recent segment that pitted Washington Redskins fans against Native American activists. But you'd be wrong.
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The Daily Show finally aired the controversial segment that left one participant in tears and calling the police.
In the segment, correspondent Jason Jones interviewed Native American activists and Washington Redskins fans about the criticism over the team's name in separate rooms. But after one Redskins fan suggested "we need to be sitting down to the people that actually are offended," Jones facilitated just that, bringing in the group of activists.
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