Last week Jon Stewart took on Fox News for their coverage of Obama's speech in Cairo calling their personalities "extremists" and saying, "What a torture it must be for such pretty people to see such ugly things."
Last night, Stewart continued to pound the cable network for biased insinuations, and showed a clip of Hannity editing Obama's words to unjustly make him sound like a 9/11 apologist. This practice, as our own Jason Linkins has pointed out, is not unique to Hannity, but endemic to Fox as a whole.
To keep things fair, Stewart also looked at the other big two cable networks: MSNBC and CNN. He mocked the former for mentioning Rush Limbaugh at every turn, and CNN for being desperate to win the social networking wars. (Note: That might not actually be a thing.)