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John oliver

"There was a mood here that can only be described as a reverse 9/11. Why? Because it combined complete euphoria and abiding disgust for Rudy Giuliani."
“Polls over the years have shown that over half of Americans consistently endorse at least one sort of conspiratorial narrative.”
"Seventy percent of us are in favor of allowing any voter to vote by mail if they want to. And if this pandemic continues into the fall, as it almost certainly will, people will want to do exactly that."
Cancelling sports was “emphatically the right thing to do,” but that doesn't mean it hasn't had a huge emotional and financial impact on the country.
"Without financial help, the USPS may not make it past September without significant service interruptions, which is upsetting especially during an election year, a census year and a pandemic that has people house-bound."
"Again and again, the people in charge failed to prepare for the worst-case scenario and have been slow in fixing mistakes."
John Oliver dove into the misinformation and conspiracy theories spread by the likes of Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, Phil McGraw and more.
"It shouldn't have taken a pandemic to prove our unemployment system is a mess, that we need universal health care, and that workers need benefits, the right to organize, and wages that reflect how essential they really are."
“The kind of misinformation OAN is spewing right now could end up getting people killed, and sadly their message is being actively spread by the White House."
"It is so profoundly disheartening that we’re being led through this crisis by a man who may be less equipped to deal with this historical moment than anybody in recorded history,” Oliver said.
As one YouTube commenter put it, "This is so weird, without the audience, it's just a sad British dude telling us how the world is dying."
Come for the trenchant commentary on Trump's swamp-draining promise, but avert your eyes for Trump's kissy face, which 'is the single most disgusting thing that's ever been in a movie.'
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