John Oliver: "We should probably be grateful he hasn't tried bottling his urine and selling it as Trump Immunity Juice."
John Oliver examines various efforts to destabilize the vote, how to ensure your ballot is properly counted, and why we may need to prepare not just for an election night, but for an election month.
He called Carlson's show something that exists to "teach its viewers precisely three things: Property damage is violence, homicide is order, and pillows are for sale."
"There's perhaps nothing more emblematic of his presidency than this wall," the late night comedian said.
“There is so much to say here—some of it complicated, much of it all too clear—or, you know, you could just go on TV, open up your mouth, and let this sh*t fall out,” Oliver said.
That is what we want to say to Tucker very often, as well.
Oliver noted that Trump "makes policy decisions based on his never-ending game of 'Six Degrees of How Is This About Me?'"
"There is no better argument for a permanent welfare state than watching your government desperately try to build one when it's already too late," the Last Week Tonight host said.
It's the OAN propaganda network, and the comedian really lets them have it.
His regular studio had confirmed cases of coronavirus.
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