Some conservatives have been politicizing the earthquake in Haiti and Thursday Jon Stewart took notice.
"At times like these I guess the only thing you can say that whenever something this horrific happens everyone comes together. Almost everyone," said Stewart.
Rush Limbaugh was one of the first conservatives to politicize the disaster. "They'll use to this burnish their, shall we say, credibility with the black community, both light skinned and dark skinned black community in this country. it's made to order for them."
Stewart frowned at Limbaugh's remarks. "I think I know the cause of your heart trouble: you don't have one," said Stewart.
"I guess Rush Limbaugh is not the one you turn to in times of crisis. In times like these, you turn to men of god," Stewart said, introducing a clip of Pat Robertson.
Robertson attempted to explain the cause of Haiti's troubles. "(Haiti) got together and swore a pact to the devil. They said we'll serve you if you get us free to the prince. True story but ever since they've been cursed by one thing after the other," concluded Robertson.