Last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the comedian took inspiration from his Colbert Report days to roast the right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

If you're not aware of Alex Jones, he's the founder of Infowars, a radio station home to many false conspiracy theories. Donald Trump is a fan — the president appeared on Infowars in 2015, and has also said the host has an "amazing" reputation.

Jones is known for his particularly shouty, and sometimes crying, monologues.  He is also currently embroiled in a court battle to get custody of his children, and his well-documented rage probably isn't helping things. Jones's reputation is so bad that his lawyer is arguing that he is actually a performance artist, playing an angry character on his show.

Colbert knows a lot about playing right-wing characters, so last night he debuted a new one, Tuck Buckford, whose ridiculous monologue comes incredibly close to Jones's own.

Colbert shouts: "Listen, people, the liberals want to tattoo Obama logos onto the skin of Christian babies, O.K.? And it makes me want to fight! Fight with my fists! My blood is on fire! My heart is a volcano. It’s time to throw a virgin in there!" Things only gets crazier from there, watch the full video above.

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