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On Thursday night, Jon Stewart apologized for his Daily Show segment from the previous night, where he said he "didn't know what to say" about the lack of an indictment after the death of Eric Garner. He was wrong, a shooter did get indicted. The shooter of the video of the death.

The night before, Jon Stewart began his show discussing the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner case, saying, "I honestly don't know what to say. If comedy is tragedy plus time, I need more (expletive) time."

The district attorney in San Bernandino County, Mike Ramos, took issue with a previous Stewart segment that aired Monday, saying “they had their facts all wrong."

Stewart expressed more incredulity at the aftermath of the case on Thursday, especially Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's commentary about how cigarette taxes were responsible for what happened.

Outside of the studio, mass protests were shutting down streets in Manhattan, as well as in many other cities across the county.

Correction: A previous version of this post said that Mike Ramos objected to a Daily Show clip from Wednesday. The segment aired on Monday.