RNC 2020 & Kenosha: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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    John Oliver discusses a week that saw the Republican National Convention, a horrific series of shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and a strike in professional sports -- three stories that are really one story, about race in America.
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    1. Megha Malhotra

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    2. Laura Brown

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    3. MCPunk55

      Well, let's see... Biden - a man about as creepy as Pennywise - who is showing strong signs of mental decline is president of the U.S. and the Vice-President is a dame of mixed race whose career was PUTTING NEGROS IN JAIL FOR POSSESSION OF DRUGS. Besides, if any of these tampon eaters had been paying attention Biden is just a watered-down Trump, which is why the Democratic Party, again, committed fraud against Bernie Sanders; because it's not remotely left wing, it's as right as a British car's steering wheel.

    4. MCPunk55

      You haven't been any of those things yourself, and neither has anyone you know. But I get the sentiment, so let me say this: Whatever you are complaining about, Caucasians have suffered as well, and in Africa, Caucasians are still enslaved. Hypocrisy truly is the tool of the bigots...

    5. MCPunk55

      To be fair, property damage is violence. At least, the kind that BLM employs is. I am not against carte blanche against those mongrels.

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    7. TheIvannoob

      I feel bad for Kyle. Just some kid caught up in a shit situation because of some shit ideologies.

    8. Astro Wolvez

      The amount of people defending Kyle ritterhouse is sickening.

    9. Losttech Wetlights

      Ummm did you use cotton eye Joe as a dividend of race when the artist was black and in it's prime was a successful and race bridging song that led to Black artist being seen by white capitalist

    10. Norvel Curtis

      And let's leave Germans out of this. They dealt with this stuff 80 some years ago and have been trying to get our attention to wake up since.

    11. Norvel Curtis

      Sheriff "G" has some far out ideas. Too bad none of them support things like racial equality and civil rights in America. When publicly speaking to the press about a group of young blacks stealing from a mall and running from the police, he really puts it all out there. Life sentences for shoplifting, running from police and getting girls pregnant? "These people" "lets put them away" "This group of people" he's talking about young black people who are suspected of shoplifting but suggesting penalties that would not apply to the worst death row sentences in America. Some note that he appeared to be supportive of Black Lives Matter issues but how could that be? "A group of young blacks..." Is who he is talking about here. Ok maybe Some Black Lives Matter. With all that was going on during those days I can see how that missed the headlines. His comments were worst than anything I've heard from white people in the south who claim to be racist and even they wouldn't support those kind of public statements from a Sheriff.

    12. Shaun Walton

      Rapist deserve seven warning shots to the back. Way to race bait Johnny.

      1. Astro Wolvez

        Race bait 😂😂😂

    13. M Kalyan

      I've never seen an accurate representation of prison industrial complex than in the sheriff's speech

    14. Brian McManus

      OLIVER!!!

    15. Gene Thompson

      Jacob black was shot in the back? The US supreme court already delt with it...

    16. Justin R

      24k salty rnc fans watched this, good to know

    17. Bilal Malik

      John Oliver, two words: Lyme Disease

      1. Narokkurai

        Shouldn't have been named after the town of Lyme. It's unfortunate and wrong and something the scientific and medical community is actively trying to avoid going forward.

    18. Lil Beef

      9:20, Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp a Butterfly, Mortal Man (suggest if you haven't listened to it or if you a casual rap fan to listen to the whole album through, but if you are not a fan of hip hop, listen to this, its chilling now)

    19. Cruz Froehlich

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    20. Chris OBrien

      Are we just gonna forget that that one of the guys who was killed by Rittenhouse was a felon and had a gun.

      1. Astro Wolvez

        Also this murderer crossed state lines with a gun, which in itself in a crime. And the gun wasnt his, also a crime. Also doing so while being a minor, also a crime. And the intent to kill.

      2. Astro Wolvez

        Even if he did we're going to ignore the other one? He doesn't matter for your narrative?

    21. Moebius Bedroon

      Republicans and their followers have absolutely no values whatsoever

    22. Maggie O'Brien

      “The system does not respond until its forced to.” Preach.

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      The stereotyped boy holly admire because bracket realistically deceive for a overt cheetah. late, abhorrent offence

    24. Ryan Jäger

      To be fair, if you watch the videos of Kyle, he shot the two people because both were running after us attempting to do him harm. He also surrendered to the police completely and didn’t resist in any way

      1. Ryan Jäger

        @Astro Wolvez That is probably true, and I don't doubt that. But, if you watch the videos of him shooting, he is being chased down by a man who states that he was gonna kill Rittenhouse (not a good idea to chase down someone with a gun btw) and in the second he is actively being assaulted

      2. Astro Wolvez

        He was out for blood, we know this because he crossed state lines with a gun that wasn't even his. He saw protests were happening and saw this as an opportunity to kill with no consequences.

      3. Astro Wolvez

        Ah, well that excuse murder.

      4. Astro Wolvez

        😂

    25. johannes roux

      look at how red he gets!

      1. Astro Wolvez

        K

    26. Mocky

      im pretty much agree with everything here but i still feel like kyle's name never should have been released since he was 17

    27. The new Ninja

      It’s just so heartbreaking

    28. Laust

      “If Biden wins, he’ll be controlled by the environmental extremists” I fucking wish

    29. Quirky Black Enby

      The fact that a cop said that confidently in public says everything you need to know about the institution of the police.

    30. Michelle Dixon

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    31. Kyra Wilson

      Everytime I hear about police I just think about 12 year old boys having that phase when they are unnecessarily rough and mean to everyone but then cry when they get in trouble I don't think any police officer every left that phase of childhood

      1. Eckser

        What disturbs me about police officers is that there are VERY GOOD ones out there. And I SUPPORT the good ones. But there just isnt enough done about the bad ones.

    32. William Burgess

      9:40 and yet we got an even better example not four months later...

    33. Some College Kid

      Will we quit with the virtue signaling and actually do something? Actually work for police reform before the next innocent black person dies and the cops get away with it.

    34. Dick Dastard

      If you’re black in Wisconsin.........why?

    35. Christian

      17:35 whoever wrote that bit needs their salary tripled. HOLY SHIT THAT WAS GOOD

    36. E C

      There is no shame

    37. K R

      Kudlow, it is February the 12th. I hate you. He'll never see it but I feel better.

    38. flanker

      Oh, c'mon johnny... "A white couple who threatened BLM activists at gunpoint" you say? Wanna mentioned they did that in their own property? Against people who broke down the gate of their house? I like shitting on republicans as much as the next guy, but, you're literally no different than them. You're just at the opposite end of the spectrum.

    39. Herold Mpetha

      The best is yet to come 😆😆😆😆

    40. Kalida

      PREACH BROTHER!

    41. Alba Spire

      „We‘re gonna have these warehouses which we will later repurpose into other things“ what are you gonna fucking call them, Sherrif? BIRKENAU??

    42. Alba Spire

      I would KILL for Biden to be as far left as these wankers claim he is

    43. Gabe M&M

      Never say never John... “If you’re looking for a better visual illustration of the differences between being black and white in America, I don’t think you’re gonna find one“ is what we all thought but then January 6th 2021 happened

    44. Yui

      "The best is yet to come" is a weird thing to say after having held office for 4 years.

    45. 88mphDrBrown

      Wow, I love this show but implying the only difference between the Blake and Rittenhouse arrests was skin color is staggeringly dishonest. One man had his hands raised and was willingly turning himself in, the other turned his back and lunged into his car while under arrest. These are objectively two completely different situations. To be clear I'm a leftist that believes we need massive criminal justice reform. I'm just truly appalled that John would be that blatantly dishonest.

      1. 88mphDrBrown

        @MushiePuppet17 at no point did Rittenhouse represent an active threat to the police.

      2. 88mphDrBrown

        @MushiePuppet17 but again whether Rittenhouse was black has nothing to with my original comment. A man turning away from the police and lunging into his car is drastically different than a man walking towards officers with his hands raised.

      3. 88mphDrBrown

        @MushiePuppet17 I specifically said if Rittenhouse was black he most likely would have been arrested, why do you keep misrepresenting what I'm saying?

      4. 88mphDrBrown

        @MushiePuppet17 there are massive differences between the cases that have nothing to do with skin color. Oliver said that anybody can see the difference between the cases and implied it was just skin color, that is dishonest.

      5. 88mphDrBrown

        @MushiePuppet17 That's not the main point of what I'm arguing, I've repeated myself multiple times. *The tactical situation the police were presented with were completely different*

    46. Plumikii Ryu

      Please Do A Piece on Michael Jackson Hi, I’m writing to you because Last Week Tonight as opposed to other such shows actually cares about issues rather than chasing the headlines. It has been 11 years since Michael Jackson passed away yet to this day what the common consensus is that he is a taboo subject for many. I recall you guys once did a piece on Public Shaming. Michael Jackson was a genius, an abused child. He was strange. He was one of the few major stars from the 80s who came out of the 80s without a heroine addiction. He in his own way did many, Many strange things, but so do most other superstars. And more than others he actually cared. About children, about the earth. About the issues we are discussing to this day. While Icons like Freddy Mercury, Elvis Pressley, Prince, Beetles and many more are known for their good works, Michael is known for the something which he has repeatedly been acquitted for. It’s the truth that anyone looking for will find instantly but due to the “where there is smoke there is a fire” narrative, even 11 years after his death, the new media treats him like a criminal. All his trial pages are open for the public to read. He WAS weird. Making a ranch called neverland, hanging out with children. Trusting people he shouldn’t. But I urge you please cover him, hear beyond the noise like you guys often do. The most successful African American Artist of all time was a humble man child, who respected women, loved children and cared about our environment. He was not a heroine junkie, a private man who did not share his disease even all the way back in 1993 even though he was accused of wanting to become a “White Man”. He was eccentric. Hanging out with animals and caring about them. theobjectivestandard.com/2020/02/justice-for-michael-jackson/ This article covers multiple sources, some of which I had read previously. Michael Jackson was a multi talented millionaire pop star, who was not an alcoholic, was a caring father, a filial son, Treated women with respect, cared about the planet and it’s beings. The press that constantly kept DASHING him, had found a way to subvert their guilt. All those years of calling him a “Jacko”, “monkey” and many more hurtful things was justified if he was a paedophile. They NEEDED him to be guilty. Such a man cannot exist in Hollywood. Such public shaming had allowed and to this day allows Michael to be a victim to all this slander. Please do a piece, if not one that exonerates him then one that once and for all cements the fact the Michael Jackson, the greatest pop star, the first African American Idol was a paedophile. Not through unknown sources or flimsy headlines but through concrete proof. A news echoing in a closed chamber will not reach anyone, most fans who what to know the truth know it, other people will read the headlines but not the explanations. It’s about time the general public knows. Please do a piece on Michael, the blatant mistreatment by the media, The systematic racism he faced during his trials. Please don’t let the first African American Singer be remembered for the things he did not do, He was weird, weird enough to annoy Freddy Mercury with Bubbles feedbacks, weird enough to let kids crack raw eggs over Michael Jackson, Weird enough to play water balloons with children. But he was not a paedophile and the world needs to acknowledge that. He was in no way a “Perfect Human” but he tried his best to live right and we should not punish him for doing that. On this year please exonerate this Black man, the Justice System has done it two decades ago, it’s about time everyone else does. Please do a piece on Michael Jackson. #spreadtheawareness #justiceformichael #hedeservedbetter

    47. Kick Starter

      great stuff

    48. Miguel Sanchez

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    50. Jesse Henderson

      Update on Rittenhouse. Out on bail and now is MISSING. Fantastic. Armed white nationalist murderer is on the streets free and clear.

    51. T_ Buddski

      10 days can't wait for the new season

    52. Homeless Clown

      January 6th was THE BEST YET TO COME?

    53. Kyle Cooley

      I support coach rivers. I have heard a lot of the people on the right call him racist after this. I fon't get it they must be brain damaged.

    54. Amicus 28

      It is not the people who reproduce fast if you do not stop them- its stupid racist and faschist ideas

    55. MusicUnderMyBreath

      A part of this reminded me of a conversation I had with a fellow employee once. For some background information, I am a supervisor at my job where I overlook 15-25-year-olds. We also like to engage in debates when guests aren't around. Over my time as a supervisor, I find the best way to teach any lessons is to let someone think through the situation and to guide them to the right conclusion subtly so that they have an "Oh, this is why that makes sense" moment. This is because most teenagers have a knee-jerk reaction way of thinking and have a tendency to not processed the implications or consequences thoroughly. Also, this story also takes place either right before or around the time Trump was elected. Also, Also, we're not Americans. So I was at work and the night is starting to slow down we had a conversation in the back about what Trump's presidency would mean for world economics and if he was serious about most of the outlandish racist things he had been saying. We had broken off from the one major group into smaller groups and or started working on closing up. I was standing near this particular employee when he, a 16-year-old boy said "Too bad, there isn't a way for people who are illegally entering America and get caught to go, I dunno somewhere that's not a prison because that's not right but kept separately or something" I wasn't facing him and in an instant, I knew what he was trying to say but noticed he didn't realize the implication he just made and how bad it sounded so I kept my face neutral as possible and said "Oh? Like if we could build a temporary placement for them?" and he goes "Yeah!" At his enthusiasm, I kept going "Kind of like a camp?" and he said, "Yes like some sort of camp". At this point, I knew I had to drop the subtly because he wasn't picking up on it so I said "And at this camp, they can think about the crime they committed and-" he interrupted with an "Exac-" and I finished with a "- where they can really concentrate on what they've done" and at that he response"-ly. Oh! Oh no!" The conversation ended with a discussion on WW2. I knew he didn't mean it in a racist way. All he understood that they have technically committed a crime but felt jail was way too harsh a punishment for it. and understanding how they probably left for a good reason. But as someone who isn't a history buff or has an interest in legislation, he couldn't figure out a solution and was based on a prison-like system. Poor kid, but he got there in the end even if I had to spoon-feed him the History lol.

    56. dorothyhelly

      If peaceful protests are made impossible, violent protests become inevitable

    57. krepnata kadara

      American can easily accept fascist authocracy just fine but not socialist even in smallest level, im shocked they still claimed as democracy and "give" it to everyone

    58. Carmen Sandiego

      “I think I’m saying what most people in society are saying but are just afraid to actually say it” Society: gtfoh, you don’t speak for us!

    59. River Griffith

      How does someone be an ally in this fight without speaking over African american voices? I've always wanted to help but have never known how.

      1. Robin Hayes

        It's really cool you're seeking to be an ally!! Proud of you, brother. It is good to raise up african american voices if you can

      2. The Viewer

        Promote them if you can.

    60. Edwin

      8:47 oh that my pillow comment really on the nose

    61. Antifa High Priest

      Have a blessed day folks!

    62. Samurai44314 Games

      I think you would make a great zazu.

    63. Seth Foss

      I'm certain i watched this when aired. I'm, what's the verb for being astonished you have maggots in your lungs"?", that I forgot about Kenosha. Yeah, it was months ago, yeah, i'm an alcoholic, but I'm giving attention to relevant to the date topics for basically the past two years and I'm having trouble remembering what happened in 2019. I know 2020 started with fires in Australia.

      1. Paul Decker

        I think it's more the sheer volume of horrible things going on. None of us have the space in or brains for every single awfulness that's happened over the last four years. Hopefully the number will go down some for now.

      2. Blokka Nokka

        Thx, and take care of yourself bro

    64. Kevzy Dev

      Why didnt you show the videos of the couple holding guns and the guy shooting 2 protestors? Because ur argument wouldnt be as legitimate...

      1. Space marine

        @R Langer They where peaceful yes the people who pulled guns on them said that they broke down a gate. Then they just started to walk towards the mayors house to protest. That group wasn't doing anything but walking and chanting and they got guns pulled on them because you know in their minds they protesters where thugs there to burn down buildings and riot. When they pulled the guns on them they didn't say anything threatening and tried to defuse the situation.

      2. R Langer

        @Space marine the blm protestors were threatened because they trespassed on private property and broke down a locked gate into that couples front yard, bashed loaded magazines together and said they would live in the couples house after they were dead.

      3. Space marine

        Because then sponsor and advertisers would have pulled out and plus people where shot and threatened isn't that enough?

    65. Johnatan Birt

      We need to get away from leftist and rightist...they should be for the majority of people party(left) and the party for the rich to use the poor and ignorant against eachother(right).

    66. Glenn McGrew II

      You jumped the gun on this episode. There are several inaccuracies, especially regarding Kenosha (Blake/Rittenhouse), but also a few other things. I realize you give yourselves only a week to research an episode, but I found out the facts on Minnesota, Blake and Rittenhouse in less than a week...SMH

      1. Glenn McGrew II

        @Blokka Nokka First of all, those people shouldn't have been there and the police shouldn't have thanked them for violating the curfew and guarding properties, if that what was said. It was a bad idea for them to have been there, and unutterably stupid to have brought a child (in my eyes, anyone under 25 is still a child). Those people should've been turned back home as soon as the police encountered them. Also, I'm pro-gun-control. You seem to have your facts confused. 1) Yes, he was 17 but the WI law didn't prevent him from being in possession of the AR-15 someone else gave him because he didn't cross the state line with it. As to your claim that he's" not even able to hold" the AR-15, I doubt there is any law that prevented that at that time. 2) I have no idea what altercation with POC you are referring to since I've not heard anything about it. He was chased by MANY people of different colors, one or two of whom actually were seen in footage to have hit him. The men he shot during the rioting were all WHITE and had chased and accosted him; the first one he shot was in more than one video from that night behaving aggressively towards people on the other side of the protest (whoever they were). 3) Assuming that the video shows Kyle, as has been claimed by those who released the video, it is not relevant as it happened weeks prior, instead of just before the "rally" (riot). Pointing to that video, which is incomplete - i.e. we don't know the context - is like saying "Breonna dated a drug dealer, so she must've been a dealer or user." That's called a non-sequitur (false logic). Anyways, there were several people involved in the fight, and it was started by the two ladies in the video, after which some other people got involved, and then a group of young men (koff) jumped out of their car while recording and some of them started beating up one of the boys. The video is very shaky and it's really hard to follow what's happening. If you want relevance, John forgot to mention that Blake was in the commission of crimes WITH his kids in tow, when the officers approached him. THAT is relevant. 4) Motive is something that is not easy to determine without a lot of information. You could listen to the incendiary provocateurs at Color of Change and believe that he's a white supremacist - but why'd he shoot whites instead of POC? That doesn't make sense. You could believe he's a Trump supporter, but what bearing does that have? You could believe a bunch of other things. The only conclusion I can draw from the multiple videos I watched from that night is that he was accosted, chased by adults, and shot in self-defense. Any scared rabbit would do that. If there were other motives, I can't say. Hopefully, it'll be figured out in court.

      2. Blokka Nokka

        Wasn't that the underaged guy, who got beat up by a group of poc because Kyle was in a fight and hitting a girl, and then turn up at a rally with a weapon he is not able to even hold? There is no motive though lol

      3. Kevzy Dev

        If he showed the videos of it he wouldnt sound so credible.. Thats the problem media choose and pick their narrative.

    67. Phil Gol

      Short reminder from the far future; this f***ers did not even HAD A PLAN for covid they just didnt bother to come up with one

    68. Brian

      Distractions from reality, economics!

    69. Knitwit

      I went shoplifting and evaded security when i was a teenager- they didnt arrest us or vigorously pursue us. And yet some racist ass sheriff says we should KILL some dumb teens stealing, as MANY teens do at some point. Fire him and block him from working literally anywhere.

    70. Jelly Whit

      Forced diversity, does not unite it simply causes strong resentment defiantly from white people if not both. Why does government insists on forcing blacks and whites living in the same communities, sure it benefits blacks and other minorities but it doesn’t help whites. So stop, please f ing stop forced diversify. It’s bad enough we are forced to deal with it at our work places, it shouldn’t be forced on our home life too. This only causes resentment. Trickle down economics doesn’t work and forcing diversity on our home lives doesn’t work either. Let it go! It’s not going to happen.

      1. The Viewer

        @Jelly Whit How does it hurt white folk? How does the simple presence of a black neighbour hurt a white family? Cause unless the family is racist, or you make racist assumptions there isn't any way someone with a darker skin tone living in the same street is a bad thing.

      2. Jelly Whit

        @Francis Leepol1236 I am from America 🇺🇸, besides how long do you have to be from here to be considered from here? No other Country does my family claim. America’s policy on immigration is simply an unfortunate aspect of the lot, which is America in its entirety. Some of these comments effects as when I was younger and annoyed at the slowness of old people, I was told you’ll be old some day too. I thought to myself yeah, and.... I’m growing bored and am no longer interested in continuing this thread. Thanks everyone for your well wishes and opinions. Take care.

      3. Francis Leepol1236

        @Jelly Whit Its funny that you have this outlook on diversity in a place like America, a place that if it didn't have immigration you would not be currently living in, unless you are native American. But what makes diversity so uneasy? Different cultures and beliefs? Something that is even more essential to America than even diverse race is the diversity of culture and beliefs. You're acting like every black person is the same and all will have qualities that you don't like which doesn't make any sense. Black people, or any race for that matter, can be just as diverse personalities and characteristics wise as white people. So how could you say you'd be uncomfortable or have a preference for having white neighbors when race has nothing to do with how they will be as neighbors. Being loud, obnoxious, rude, annoying, friendly, social or any form of behaviour is not dependent on race. The only thing that all black people have that you can have a preference for or not is the colour of their skin. Which is such a surface level, superficial quality that has no baring on how a neighbor will be like. Diversity can only lead to positives. More perspectives, different values, different world views can bring new ideas and experiences that can enhance your neighorhood. A black person can just as easily be a friend as a white person, race has no effect on how a person is, just what they look like. And its pretty wrong to have a preference for how people look in your naighborhood because that is not what any free country should strive for. Or anybody who enjoys a free country.

      4. Jelly Whit

        @Francis Leepol1236 I love America and our Democracy, I’m a firm believer of you do you, especially while you doing you effects me not about where I live and who my neighbors are. Have you ever taken a job but during orientation the company has stipulations or rules that cramp your style, you don’t agree with but you have to acknowledge that you are aware of such stipulation, rules or policies or you won’t get the job? That’s exactly how I feel about my nation being built on diversity and immigration. Yeah, yeah I don’t agree with that part being forced on me on some part of my life. I will try my best to ride under the radar, and let the parts I’m not to keen with effect my life negatively (depress me, give me anxiety, make me feel I have to move or put up with it, even though I won’t really. It will be consistently riding just under the surface keeping me at a state of unease daily, knowing it didn’t have to be a thing at all, if diversity wasn’t forced upon us) and still work at this company for the benefits I applied for with them or this is my homeland and as long as the benefits out way the unfortunate bullshit I plan to not have to deal with the stuff I’m not too keen on. Preference, Preference, Preference!

      5. Space marine

        @Jelly Whit Not at my former high school kids where divided on sports/activities but that's California where every one is on a swim team.

    71. Killian Garvey

      I’m an English barrister called Killian Garvey (Google me for proof). I’m convinced that John Oliver would make a great barrister based on his ability to communicate and argue

    72. Omega Zapruder

      Major props to John Oliver for giving the WNBA the credit it's due. I see you ladies, I love you, I stand behind you, and I stand beside you

    73. Ravage Zero

      If you are reading this since the months that have followed. Kyle Rittenhouse has been hanging in bars with his new pals, the Proud Boys. Hanging with his mom the chaperone and flashing white power signs with his new buddies.

    74. Snail Cat

      ‘Yes put us Gen Zs in wear houses’ why put us in wear houses? Because we’re the most diverse generation ever, And know we will accept others.

      1. Blokka Nokka

        They do not hate genZ, they hate black people, and also every other color of the rainbow. He literally wants to lock up people he does not like, so they do not breed, and die off, we are and have been past Hitler, and these are our neighbors and coworkers :(

    75. Dominic Don

      I am happy that i live in Romania !

    76. Kevin Marren

      This episode had a nuanced and generally excellent interpretation of right-wing rhetoric. Very well done!

    77. Scott D

      If you have to constantly remind and reassure people that you're not racist, you're probably pretty racist.

    78. Truce Truce

      He sounded on the verge of tears near the end he was so pissed. Everyone should be on te verge of tears everyone should be pissed why cant things change

    79. Wendy Snelgrove

      Jesus, that Sherriff is crazy. Your prisons are already warehouses. You incarcerate an enormous percentage of your citizens, I think more than any other country on earth. It isn't helping.

      1. Blokka Nokka

        "all you have to do is comply and be respectful"...

    80. Yvonne Jer

      Some of these news stories Must be trolls.. Should be trolls? Maybe a parody??? Nope.

    81. Neyonius

      Lashing, locking up, then rehabilitating violent criminals is one thing, but locking them up until they expire is a bunch much.

    82. Jai Clary

      Jakobe Blake wasn't shot because he was black. He was shot because cops are racist.

    83. Arreyn Grey

      "These messages are not designed to appeal to Black voters, they're designed to tell white Americans that voting Republican doesn't make them racist." (Paraphrasing just a bit >.< ) This. Fucking this. The WHOLE conservative message is built around spoon feeding white Americans the idea that they're good people and innocent victims who are under attack. It's absolute garbage and it makes me sick. I AM a white American, I grew up middle class but am pretty damn poor now, and let me tell you, the privileges I've had compared to people of other races are astronomical. We need to sit down and have the hard conversations, reconcile with our racist ass systems and society, and figure out how to fix things. Now.

      1. Jabroni

        the sad thing is, alot of laws that were made to hurt black people by targeting the poor have inadvertently sucked the wealth from many lower-middle class white families as well. these people, now poor and fearful, are being radicalized by the very officials that proposed and supported said laws. there being told its everyone elses fault, that its not theirs. it actually isnt, its just that they still support the same people that have put them in this difficult position. we need to find a way to break through the fox news bullshit bubble and get these people, who are also in need of help, to see that the democrats are here to help ALL who have been impacted by systemic racist (and classist) laws, that includes the poor white families.

    84. George Tsiros

      they couldn't have had "breonna taylor" on the t-shirt, because that's a person's name. Under normal conditions, the t-shirt indicates the *player's* name, which is not "breonna taylor". Yes, someone may dismiss this reasoning with "but we _know_ that 7 foot guy is not breonna, how could we confuse them?!" but i still consider it a sound reason for not including it in the list of "approved" labels.

    85. Antonius Tyaswidyono

      Honestly, I want to call you the world's greatest Zazu. . . . . . Unfortunately we have Rowan Atkinson so that's that, John.

    86. Blacknecro13

      Just like white police officers, blaming violence on the victims. If the protestors hadn't been out after curfew protesting police violence they wouldn't have been gunned down by a violent, white extremist.

    87. Olivia Raster

      l 0

    88. BioHyde

      Those athletes are fortunate enough to be able to skip work. If every worker in the world would've been able to go on strike, we would've live in a different world thought, and that's the only reason why the working class are not paid a decent wage.

    89. Eric Hao

      Damn... This hit hard. How do people like that cop exist

    90. lyntetpine

      Hold on though, Rittenhouse was the lesser evil in his scenario. Sure, he was illegally carrying firearms, but the protesters he shot were clearly trying to fuck him up. It’s not like the two shot dead were bystanders, they were clearly going for the kid, and even have criminal histories (the hippie skateboarder on battery and drug possession, the other one on domestic abuse, disorderly conduct, and battery). They were masking their looting and rioting with the pretense of protest. All around, they’re not exactly model citizens. Rittenhouse would not have shot at those three/four individuals had they not come sprinting at him oozing harmful intent. I agree with the Jacob Blake case, but Rittenhouse’s case had another side that this show did not cover. *I don’t like Rittenhouse and what he stands for, but fair’s fair.* He shouldn’t (and probably wouldn’t) be charged with anything higher than illegal possession and reckless endangerment-the case of self-defense against manslaughter is pretty strong. He ran and retreated until he couldn’t and was left with no other choice but to open fire. Skateboard hippie and domestic abuser kinda had it coming.

    91. Kenneth Trainer

      "The best is yet to come." Takes a real different meaning after the riot.

    92. Alfred M

      Love it “Get Fu....jarred” you go John!!!

    93. Walt Zamalis

      Mr McCloskey claims people “protected criminals from honest citizens”. Which is true, because people protected him.

    94. Cristobal Macario Costero Palencia

      15:08 Even ignoring the position of those athletes, can we all agree that Jared has no right to criticize anyone for “taking a day of” when his only job is to look like he is doing something important and then being pay for it, like a doll of a guy in a suit that you need to pay every month millions of dollars.

    95. Tyler Almquist

      Dude: Talks about Covid in the past tense January 2021: Hello, we are now at 400,000 deaths

    96. IamMe

      Honestly I am impressed there was no genocide yet. The red party seems to try and kill as many people as possible for decades now.

    97. LankyLink

      Why does everyone in the Alt-Right think that everyone thinks like them? Not only is that stupidly wrong, but even IF everyone did think that, it wouldn’t make their ideas any less braindead.

    98. Leftover Lemons

      I would legitimately like to see a 28 minute video on the corn tax. Hey, that gosh darn corn tax is really important! In fact, the corn tax is crucial to our agricultural system. Consider that corn is in everything. High fructose corn syrup is derived from corn. Corn is used as animal feed. Corn is subsidized by the government, so it’s easy to profit off of. So yeah, the “corn tax” would actually be a viable video. (Technically, it’s government subsidized, but hell, this corn business is wacky)

    99. Serene 117

      Yeah, things have gotten worse. Hands for everyone seeing this after the terrorist attack on the capital

    100. Saciej

      Best came at January 6th