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Stu Burguiere gives history lesson from hell on the dark side of Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson, Illustration by TheBlaze (Getty Images)

Stu Burguiere, host of TheBlaze’s The Wonderful World of Stu, took a dark and humorous approach to a history lesson this week on the progressive President Woodrow Wilson.

From the ashes of hell, similar C.S. Lewis' "Screwtape Letters" perspective, Burguiere plays the role of a satirical hell-bound progressive, reminding his audience of some of the more controversial themes and remarks in Wilson's liberal political career in early 1900s.

"How are we going to realize the conceptions of the author of the Declaration of Independence in our own day?..." Wilson said to the Jefferson Club of Los Angeles in 1911. "The question is not whether all men are born free and equal or not. Suppose they were born so, you know they are not."

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