When Jon Stewart retires from "The Daily Show" later this year, Fox News might be the first in line to throw him a party because being on the wrong end of his wrath night after night can't be that much fun.
On Thursday, Stewart tore the "fair and balanced" news network to shreds over its repeated demands that Ferguson protesters and their supporters apologize in the wake of a Department of Justice report that found Michael Brown didn't have his hands up when he was shot by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri.
"The lesson Fox News is getting at is very clear," said Stewart. "Wouldn't it be nice if people who jumped to conclusions and peddled a false, divisive, anger-stoking narrative had to apologize for misleading America?"
So how about Fox News and its "two-year rage-gasm" over Benghazi? As Stewart points out, a report from a Republican-led committee that cleared the Obama administration of just about every conspiracy theory Fox News has been pushing went largely ignored by the network.
Has Fox News apologized for its "tsunami of misinformation?"
Of course not -- and, for now anyway, Stewart is still here to remind them of it.
Check out the clip above for the full takedown.