Jon Stewart chokes up, gives angry speech to Congress


  1. Xickboy

    Xickboy49 phút trước

    Like if Jon is totally one of the best people alive

  2. Mathew Richardson

    Mathew RichardsonGiờ trước

    Dude was like a lion

  3. Qarymee Presents

    Qarymee PresentsGiờ trước

    "Al Qaeda didn't shout Death to Tribeca!" ...#Chills

  4. NGC 660

    NGC 6602 giờ trước

    Who dislikes this?! Just because it was uploaded on CNN? If that's the case you need to rethink your values and life. Disgusting.

  5. Sabine Wilson

    Sabine Wilson2 giờ trước

    NONE of the Republicans showed. That shows more than words ever could.

  6. booby scoo

    booby scoo3 giờ trước

    Talk about aging gracefully. From a late late night show, to a mainstream talk show, to a full-blown REAL American idol. Go, Jon.

  7. Alex Musial

    Alex Musial4 giờ trước

    They risked their lives to serve America's people. They should not have to die fighting America's government.

  8. Qwerty Metastin

    Qwerty Metastin4 giờ trước

    Reminds me of Tyrion

  9. Ajith Inguva

    Ajith Inguva4 giờ trước

    Shameful I am so sorry for America

  10. Angel Aponte

    Angel Aponte4 giờ trước

    Imagine someone having a reason to dislike this video

  11. Richie Demo

    Richie Demo5 giờ trước

    If CNN likes complaining about free health care and socialism so much, then why haven't they said anything about this until this brave man spoke up about it?

  12. OneBigBugga

    OneBigBugga6 giờ trước

    Honestly he ripped into them a lot gentler then I ever would of....

  13. Miguel Mathewson

    Miguel Mathewson6 giờ trước

    One way how about you give 75% of your wealth too them Bernie Sanders would make you...fucking John. Love the act

  14. Russell Weymouth

    Russell Weymouth7 giờ trước

    Incredible dysfunction

  15. Jeff Li

    Jeff Li7 giờ trước

    This speech should have its place along with Gettysburg Address and I Have A Dream

  16. algore lier

    algore lier8 giờ trước

    Virtue signler!!

  17. algore lier

    algore lier8 giờ trước

    Fake outrage

  18. Zacharias 220

    Zacharias 220Giờ trước

    You are both simply fucking idiots

  19. Corkfish1

    Corkfish18 giờ trước

    I think he's right, but I don't think he's the one who should be advocating. It looks like stolen valor

  20. Khaled stiveliw

    Khaled stiveliw8 giờ trước

    911 was an inside job. They only planned for the towers going down, paying for others treatments was not part of a deal. He rehearsed his speech quite well, he's got talented writers. But all that fake sentiment and acting from his end takes away the beauty of the cause and shifts our eyes from the real issues being addressed here, he might had good reasons to do it at the beginning but at the end he just wants to be under the spotlights.

  21. Andy L

    Andy L8 giờ trước

    Jon Liebowitz is a poser. Jon is the stain on America. Just shut up and get your millionaire actor friends to give.

  22. Kristopher Kaun

    Kristopher Kaun8 giờ trước

    Run for office, Jon Stewart!!!! You've my vote!

  23. StockyPhilB

    StockyPhilB8 giờ trước

    Jon!? They don't care, Jon. When you die, they'll start a wonderful college fund in your name, for the responder's children, if they have any after their exposure to that whole mess. But not while you're alive, Jon. They don't negotiate with terro...i mean comedians trying to support our entire first-responder industry. The comments to this video restore my faith in humanity, but governments, in general...they have no good credit left with me, only with the idiots who don't mind being duped.

  24. tyler lewis

    tyler lewis9 giờ trước

    John Stewart for president please let that happen, this world needs this man, we Americans need this man to help better our country ASAP

  25. Scooch

    Scooch9 giờ trước

    Just ruuuuuuuuuuun!

  26. Stacy boulderdash

    Stacy boulderdash9 giờ trước

    Comedians are now the voice of America? We’re screwed!

  27. Waimea Ohana

    Waimea Ohana9 giờ trước

    Thankyou John Stewart for your courage, your leadership, your sadness, and your rage. We need more men and women like you to save our people and our nation. This is true leadership, and I want to follow!

  28. George Blatant

    George Blatant9 giờ trước

    yeah yeah, where was he 5 years ago....??? This is all BS. Just because there is an election on the horizon - and here HE IS>>> You are on the wrong side Jon... Ask THOSE who actually caused the 9/11 - the DEMOCRATS>>>

  29. NGC 660

    NGC 6602 giờ trước

    George Blatant, kindly fuck off you disgusting stain on our Country, bringing politics to this moment, your actions make any Republicans and Democrats and whoever look more patriotic than you by light years.

  30. grumplfutz

    grumplfutz2 giờ trước he was there.

  31. John Smith

    John Smith10 giờ trước

    Maybe there's a solution that doesn't have to involve the federal government? How much would everyone who has watched this video have to donate for there to be enough money?

  32. Myotic Tesseract

    Myotic Tesseract10 giờ trước

    0/10, they brought a comedian on but he didn't get a single laugh out of anyone. Seriously though, what a fucking speech. You can just tell he cares so much about the lives of these people and how pissed he is that they're getting so unfairly fucked over. This man is nothing but goodness.

  33. ruthieo54

    ruthieo5410 giờ trước

    Big "THANKS" to the New World Order, the real perpetrators.

  34. ben beech

    ben beech11 giờ trước

    This speech should go down as one of the most meaningful in American history

  35. Dominic Roseland

    Dominic Roseland11 giờ trước

    When news breaks, we fix it!

  36. Travis Miller

    Travis Miller11 giờ trước

    Congress ignores everything and everyone!

  37. Koko Mmc

    Koko Mmc11 giờ trước

    Insert 9/11 joke Grabs popcorn

  38. Incredible World

    Incredible World11 giờ trước

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  39. Grace Seeley

    Grace Seeley12 giờ trước

    It took them 5 seconds to respond, it should’ve taken Congress 5 seconds to pass it

  40. Alex

    Alex12 giờ trước

    Jon Stewart can suck a fucking dick

  41. Pookie0504kb

    Pookie0504kb12 giờ trước

    maybe that country isn't that great after all (not talking about (some of) the people!)

  42. Casey Jones

    Casey Jones13 giờ trước

    Thank You Jon Stewart!!!!! You have a gained an Entirely a new level of respect from me!!!! Members of Congress shame on ALL OF YOU... Especially those who were elected to represent the People of N.Y City!!!!!!!!!

  43. Mohani Lal

    Mohani Lal13 giờ trước

    Everyone tries to show they really care. Did John donate anything? Who is this guy? I never heard of him before. Is he a flop actor? Then I hear from a loud mouth Occasionally as if she were really so compassionate. White people are beating themselves thinking why they were not black. I am tired off this show off. Is he John Cina? But he does not look like a good wrestler anymore.

  44. Higo Broke

    Higo Broke13 giờ trước

    I don't understand why some folks have an problem with this. I personally think that an well educated an intelligent men like Jon Stewart would check this issue and if he see reason that there is an problem with the funding of health insurance of the first responders then he will have good reason to think so. Also he made an point about that if there is an problem about that it's the responsibility of all true American to help this heros like the helped people on 9/11 Thanks that I could share my thoughts and opinion about that. Best Regards Higo

  45. Erik Brinkhof

    Erik Brinkhof14 giờ trước

    George Carlin would've been proud

  46. magesticmaniacc

    magesticmaniacc14 giờ trước

    Ya well people who died from america showering them with bombs in iraq didnt get jack shit. let alone health care, let alone justice ( ie George bush is a painter these days, dick cheney must be some oil corporations ceo). This is karma. God or whoever has burdened you with indifferent leaders. The common mans blood means fuck all. iraqi or american.

  47. d

    d14 giờ trước

    Stewart seems like a phony and is putting on an acting job, wouldn't surprise me if he is going to run for a political office in NY and this is his pre-cursor to it

  48. Arctica Frostbite

    Arctica Frostbite15 giờ trước

    How is it, that this great tragedy brings the country together, but regardless of this, there is still animosity towards our fellow man? How is it that one man can look at another and just because of the chemical make up of their skin and say without a shred of humility and say they deserve less than them, How is it that the government can pour hundreds of millions into the military and yet refuse to pay anything to the soldiers after they've returned, HOW can people sit content with their position in the government, a government which in the God Fucking damn national anthem's first nine words are "We the people of the United States of America" and yet refuse to help the heroes that keep the country, to keep your right to own a firearm, to say ill again the system itself, your right to the freedoms you're given, if they refuse to do their jobs the ones they were elected to by THE people they are refusing to help, then by god as our witness to this nation, we will use the rights given to us in our bill of rights, our right to revolt. Now this is the part where you attack me because im a furry, but if I'm speaking something that you agree with then where is your place to say I should be killed? Where is your right to get offended when someone gets upset with you for the things you say? In this flawed system that you defend to the bitter end. If you're going to attack one person for how they are, then do NOT get upset when they attack you back, if they get up set with you and you try to say freedom of speech, remember that freedom of speech only spares you from the government imprisoning or persecuting you for what you say, it does NOT save you from how society treats you. I've spoken long enough, if you've read this and all its entirety then thank you, but if you came down here to only attack others for your political views, then enjoy the guilt of being on the side of those who did not attend this hearing.

  49. 19grand

    19grand15 giờ trước

    How can they even be discussing this?

  50. mynamebestname

    mynamebestname15 giờ trước

    all the money was used on the memorial instead of the people?

  51. Juan Escalante

    Juan Escalante15 giờ trước

    Bravo John Stewart

  52. Michael Davis

    Michael Davis15 giờ trước

    congress is a shit show and it is a disgrace of an institution. I hope those fuckers dont get a wink of sleep. They don't deserve it for being so negligent.

  53. phoenix ashes

    phoenix ashes16 giờ trước

    Hey i'm with Jon . Was not a fan of his show but he's using his celeb status to do something positive instead of getting on stage and saying fuck Trump. Our military,firemen,police,medical professionals deserve more than they get but someone like AOC wants a raise.

  54. Paul Mansfield

    Paul Mansfield16 giờ trước

    2900 down votes? That's a lot of people who must be empty inside, devoid of humanity.

  55. alvisc2002

    alvisc200219 giờ trước

    it's weird that Loui Anderson didn't say anything though

  56. extrafreshhh

    extrafreshhh20 giờ trước

    This healthcare issue, senates lack of response to pollution and climate change, this just fucking proves they don’t give a fuck about the people who they represent.

  57. pako joe

    pako joe21 giờ trước

    Congress needs to be fired or displaced

  58. Oisin Stack

    Oisin Stack21 giờ trước

    Insert 9/11 joke *Grabs popcorn*

  59. jacksputrid

    jacksputrid22 giờ trước

    Titles are meaningless, real leaders don't need titles they need actions. Jon Stewart is a man first and everything else after

  60. Tempting Fate

    Tempting Fate22 giờ trước

    Hey look at that... I gave a CNN video a like. It took Jon Stewart yelling at congress to do it.

  61. Incredible World

    Incredible WorldNgày trước

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  62. lizardking02793

    lizardking02793Ngày trước

    Jon Stewart is quite the actor.

  63. Peege Clarke

    Peege ClarkeNgày trước

    Er.. running for pre.. Pres.... ... Prrress Secratary?

  64. fsoon yoog

    fsoon yoogNgày trước

    I wanna know who are the 2.9k people who gave this a thumbs down

  65. justingutube

    justingutubeNgày trước

    If you are right wing or left wing I don't give a shit. Put your politics aside and have a fucking heart. Get it together Congress, get it together!

  66. Tom Ganks

    Tom GanksNgày trước

    Working in congress should be like serving in the military. Nothing more. No sponsorships, no paid speeches, no under the counter bullshit. You're there to represent our country and make it better for the sum of us.

  67. Yammo Yammamoto

    Yammo YammamotoNgày trước

    CNN are the ones sitting on the pulpit... The REASON the First Responders are not prioritized - is because immigration is getting all of the moneiz.

  68. Annabel Attridge

    Annabel AttridgeNgày trước

    Every time a politician brings up 9/11 as a defense for why we need such a strong military and all of that never once stops and talks about the needs of those first responders who are now suffering. I find it depressing the person who stands up for them is a comedian and not those in power who could and should be helping those who risk their lives to help others on 9/11. The fact that they still do not have adequate health Care is appalling to me. My family originally Pink's New York from Ireland 1913 my great-grandfather my grandfather my great-uncle we're all volunteer firefighters. I'll never forget my grandfather telling me why he was a volunteer firefighter it was because he believed in the good of his community and believe that that good could only exist if everyone did what they could to continue that good. this is a disgrace and it's time that Mitch McConnell and his little band of goons got thrown out on their asses and a new era fueled by compassion and humanity and not by corporate interests takes place. My heart goes out to The first responders who are still suffering and to their families if anyone knows of a GoFundMe or away to help some of them please let me know I might not have much but I I would be remiss if I did not contribute what I could for these brave souls and thank you Jon Stewart for being a voice for good when so many in power are cowards.

  69. Eric Nick

    Eric NickNgày trước

    This is why healthcare for all matters.

  70. Sheriff of Rock Ridge

    Sheriff of Rock RidgeNgày trước

    I don’t think that even phased them

  71. Operaton Creation

    Operaton CreationNgày trước

    Congress is so gross...

  72. Jason Shepherd

    Jason ShepherdNgày trước

    Just another reason why John Stewart is the Man.

  73. Timed Revolver

    Timed RevolverNgày trước

    How did Congress not just spontaneously combust when he was done?

  74. sneakie squid

    sneakie squidNgày trước

    Who the fuck down votes this? This is the problem with the government. Unless it's a vote getter they don't care. Watch though Sept 9 they will be out there saying never forget and wearing their American flag pins

  75. silentruth

    silentruthNgày trước

    Do we know who WAS in attendance from congress?

  76. Kitty Kat

    Kitty KatNgày trước

    How is America a first world country 🤣🤣 Jesus Christ. Shit health care and shit government. Daaaaaaamn

  77. john pappas

    john pappasNgày trước

    Congress needs to be fired or displaced

  78. john pappas

    john pappasNgày trước

    Jon did you expect anything else.

  79. Tetractys

    TetractysNgày trước

    Brilliant man, brilliant speech! God bless you Jon Stewart and the 911 first responders.

  80. Chris Marv

    Chris MarvNgày trước

    To hell with this new Congress.

  81. ss

    ssNgày trước

    Jon, this is a problem all over at least the English speaking West. We have Economically Rationalised ourselves into inhumanity, selfishness and out-right greed. Where we expect dedicated people to go out and put their lives on the line for their community, state, country and not help or compensate them and their families, when they are injured or killed. We just chew them up and spit them out when we are done. The shameful treatment of armed forces veterans is the same.

  82. Caleb DesJardins

    Caleb DesJardinsNgày trước

    Jon Stewart has fantastic oratory skills...if he’s not careful he could run and be successful.

  83. patrick 4774

    patrick 4774Ngày trước


  84. Sharif Ahmed-Zeballos

    Sharif Ahmed-ZeballosNgày trước

    I wanna know who are the 2.9k people who gave this a thumbs down

  85. shep bojangles

    shep bojanglesNgày trước

    We need to have someone with this kind of drive and compassion stand up for our black community and put a stop to the racial profiling and overall mistreatment they face every day.

  86. payday64

    payday64Ngày trước

    Jon Stewart is the comedian and congress is his joke

  87. jeoffmetry

    jeoffmetryNgày trước

    I cant wait for Hollywood to make a movie about all this, and one day we’ll see videos that put the movie and the real life event in a side by side comparison.

  88. Alex G

    Alex GNgày trước

    So who are the names of everyone that wasn't there?

  89. Kathryn Harris

    Kathryn HarrisNgày trước

    A-freaking-men! He is so right-there shouldn’t be a single no vote on this, and every lawmaker that considers voting no should have their constituents knocking down their doors, and sending them packing in their next reelection bid if they fail to do the jobs they were elected to do. These are the people that run toward the danger when everyone else is running away. It isn’t just a job. It’s a vocation, and it’s a sacrifice to the people they serve. They had to know riding in the trucks down to the WTC as the first tower was burning and as the second one was hit that they weren’t all going to come out of this alive. But they were going to die trying to save those people trapped in there if they had to. They didn’t consider doing any different. They had families at home to care for. But in that moment they were thinking only about getting those in the doomed towers home to THEIR families. It was their mission above all else. As many people who did die that day, it still could have been a lot worse. It’s hard to imagine, but it’s true. A LOT more people could have perished, and the only reason they didn’t is because of those men and women who responded in those early minutes as calls were coming into 911 dispatchers and people were still trying to figure out what the hell was going on. They knew people needed help, and when they answered those calls they didn’t count the cost. Even in the days following, when it went from being a rescue effort to one of recovery; to bring closure to families (as terrible as that knowledge would be), give them some answers and the opportunity to properly lay their loved ones to rest; these people worked tirelessly around the clock, covered with and breathing in soot and dust full of every toxin imaginable-concrete, paint, metals, lead, glass, asbestos, and yes, even jet fuel-stuff that no mere dust mask could protect them from. But they STILL didn’t count the cost. They just did the job; as they had done every day of their careers and hoped to continue doing for years more. Sadly though, the death toll would not be fully accounted for any time soon. It still is being counted, because many of those brave men and women who managed to survive that day will still perish as casualties of that horrific attack almost two decades later. Nearly TEN THOUSAND first responders and others at Ground Zero have been diagnosed with cancer since that time; determined to be most likely attributable to the environmental toxins they were exposed to in the aftermath of the attack. Why should any of us be surprised that this is happening? Any dolt with a functioning television screen and eyeballs in 2001 SAW what they were up against; what they were covered with and pulling into their lungs with every breath as they labored, doing the work every single American expected them to do and held them up as heroes at the time for doing it. This is why it isn’t enough to post “Don’t Forget” on every anniversary of that terrible day, but then do EXACTLY that every day in between. Shame on us if we stand by and allow it to happen! God bless this man for standing up and saying it. He isn’t doing it for himself, so he can get his fifteen minutes. He doesn’t need that. He is doing it for THEM; these heroes that have given EVERYTHING and don’t have the platform to be heard...some of whom have yet to pay the ultimate price after years of suffering and with their families buckling under the strain of lost wages and medical costs in the meantime, with the resulting foreclosures and daily calls from debt collectors because their loved ones had to stop working long before they were eligible to collect a pension. It would be lovely if we could say that this is all just in the past and that the pain and suffering as a result of the evil perpetrated on us that day could be tidily wrapped up and contained within a chapter of our history books. But that day isn’t here yet. Hell, think of all the veterans still suffering the effects of the Vietnam War! We even still have a few survivors of concentration camps and the battles of the Second World War. Why should we expect this war to be any different? Just like we still need to take care of those heroes, we cannot forget the heroes of 9/11. They certainly aren’t going to forget. They are still struggling with not only the physical effects; but the psychological effects of post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of those experiences. Even New Yorkers who were merely PRESENT in the city that day are still struggling to overcome those horrific memories and the lasting emotional and even physical effects. Some of them moved away because it was too difficult to stay; the memories haunting them just from being there. I can not begin to imagine their pain, let alone that of people who ran into those burning and collapsing structures; who dug tirelessly through the 1.8 million TONS of debris, hoping to save just a few more lives before it was too late. Many families of those heroes never saw them again after they left for work that fateful day. Some didn’t even get a body to bury...1,717 families to be exact. Soon, medical experts estimate that the number of first responders who die as a result of 9/11 related morbidities will actually exceed the number lost on 9/11 and the days immediately following. There will still likewise likely be deaths that occur due to the effects of responding to the attack on the Pentagon; added to the numbers who perished at the crash site in Virginia, in the plane brought down short of its likely destination in Washington, DC; by passengers who knew they were going to die and made the choice that in their last act on this earth, they weren’t about to allow those evil men (who twisted a faith beyond all recognition into an excuse to take out our very center of government, defense, and business on that terrible day) take still more lives. The tough reality is that; even all these years later, those terrorists are unfortunately still winning. People are still suffering and dying as a result of what they chose as a most miserable and hateful legacy. This is to say nothing of the hate crimes since perpetrated against innocent Americans of Middle Eastern descent and/or their Islamic faith by people looking in all the wrong places to avenge what took place on that dark day. Unfortunately there isn’t anything we can do to change the past. But we CAN decide how we are going to respond today to the needs of those who responded so readily in OUR national time of need 18 years ago. There is only one path available to us to ensure that these terrorists don’t continue to rob us of innocent lives and that precious commodity of time that Mr. Stewart spoke so eloquently and passionately about: we can make sure that those who ran to save as many as they could because they had a kind of love and courage in their hearts that those terrorists could have NEVER comprehended let alone be capable of; don’t suffer alone, wondering how they are going to pay for their medical bills and meet the basic needs of themselves and their own loved ones. We can do that by making sure that the survivors’ fund continues to be there for those who need it. We can let our representatives in Congress know that WE want them to allocate more funding to this desperately important cause. I don’t know about you; but I can say one thing for myself: if it means making sure those heroes from that dark day have more time to make happy memories with those they love, and can suffer a little less; I’m MORE than happy to pay an extra $50 in taxes every year to keep that fund there for them when they need it. I’m on SSDI and I can afford that much. I suspect that you probably can too. If all of us chip in a little, we can make this happen. This certainly makes more sense to me than a full $1.5 trillion tax cut for the wealthy, or a border wall that could cost up to $70 billion and has no hope of actually solving the illegal immigration issues that we currently face, (which CAN be accomplished through much more sensible technological and tactical means already proven to work and that cost far less to implement and maintain). If you don’t believe me, do about five minutes of research...I’m not going to get into all of that here. Regardless of any of that though, the bottom line is that survivors need our support, and if we all come together we can make sure it happens. I can’t think of a better cause to champion right now than this one! Here’s what you can do RIGHT NOW to help get this done: First, sign the online petition to Congress to continue reauthorizing budget allocations to the 9/11 survivors’ compensation fund: Secondly, consider donating to the organization linked below that advocates for 9/11 survivors and helps them access needed resources: Third, share this information on your timeline and personally encourage your friends and family to do the same. You CAN make a difference. You won’t be the same kind of hero those first responders were, but you can offer JUST the kind of small act of heroism they need right now. All of our small acts of heroism can add up to make a truly significant impact. I hope you will be a part of it, and encourage your circle to join in as well! Sources: 9/11 By the Numbers: Deaths from 9/11 diseases will soon outnumber those lost on that fateful day: 9/11 first responders begin to feel attack's long-term health effects:

  90. Axis Galaxis

    Axis GalaxisNgày trước

    Lol...a comedian thinks he can make a hijacked by a bunch of billionaire n millionaire pervert neo nazi professional corruptionist feel bad with Shame n funny...only thing that fixes our hijacked by PERVERT neo nazi professional corruptionist is a ride to d cemetery in a hearst...till then your all just hostages to those thats truth!

  91. Bob Buff

    Bob BuffNgày trước

    Fuck you CNN

  92. Rusty Undercarriage

    Rusty UndercarriageNgày trước

    Amen! Fake government.

  93. Mesa Lowe

    Mesa LoweNgày trước

    Wait till you hear it blatantly. The system doesn't care.

  94. Sha B

    Sha BNgày trước

    wheres the right wing, trump supporter to bash Jon Stewart here?? this is an obvious issue, shut the f*** up about party affiliation and excerise some damn common sense.

  95. Kathleen Hanna Wannabe

    Kathleen Hanna WannabeNgày trước

    imagine if these people didn't have an advocate as articulate and moving as Jon Stewart. Imagine all the other people who don't.

  96. Chelsea Hill

    Chelsea HillNgày trước

    Wow this speech was amazing

  97. The Scranton Strangler

    The Scranton StranglerNgày trước

    Jon is a cuck, Trevor is a better anchor

  98. Tavis Brown

    Tavis BrownNgày trước


  99. alienresearchlab

    alienresearchlabNgày trước

    I wish he called them assholes at the end. Quit fucking around and get it done.

  100. deoo iopg

    deoo iopgNgày trước

    This is a disgusting failure ! How u treat these ppl like this ??

  101. Ryan F

    Ryan FNgày trước

    That was an incredible, passionate speech. Even angry, that was very well put and very true. Beautiful.

  102. Eristitia

    EristitiaNgày trước

    Maybe Congress will learn the next time something like that happens and first responders decide to stay home and protect their families instead. I can't imagine many people are going to think it's worth it in a country where "Never Forget" has been used to scare the populace for two decades but there's nothing of substance in it.

  103. Z32spdstr

    Z32spdstrNgày trước

    They did their job..after 18 years.. do yours!! Amen Jon well said sir I've laughed at you but..shit just got real well said

  104. Maria Teresa

    Maria TeresaNgày trước