Late Sunday on HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the liberal comedian despaired, along with the rest of the media, over Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement from the Supreme Court. Playing advocate for the Democrats, the host spread doom and gloom predictions over the legacy of Roe v. Wade and gay marriage.



John Oliver isn’t just a liberal HBO host, he’s a hard-left comedian who REALLY hates conservatives. On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, he encouraged viewers to send “erect” penis pictures to Jeff Sessions. Then he gave out the Attorney General’s e-mail address.  After playing a clip of bizarre Norwegian safe sex commercials, the host narrated:



Slamming White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during April's White House Correspondents’ Dinner was apparently not enough for liberal comedian Michelle Wolf, so she continued her barrage on Sunday night as part of the premiere of Netflix's The Break. Wolf, who was criticized for attacking the White House official’s “looks” at the dinner, was careful to state that she was not commenting on Sanders’ appearance but was instead criticizing her “ugly personality.



One late-night host is smearing pregnancy centers for “dubious information.” But he’s one to talk. On Sunday, during Last Week Tonight, HBO host John Oliver spent more than 20 minutes bashing crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) or “facilities whose primary purpose is to talk women out of terminating a pregnancy.” (Not, of course, a baby.)



Liam Stack sticks out among even the liberal journalists at the New York Times for his unrelenting snark and his partisan Twitter feed. He was at it again on Wednesday, with the hard news that liberal comedy host John Oliver has rushed out a children’s book to troll one by Vice President Mike Pence’s 24-year-old daughter Charlotte: “When 2 Bunnies Love Each Other Very Much, and Troll the Pences.”



Left-wing comedian John Oliver on Sunday became completely unglued, using his HBO show to hint at the “sexual tension” between Ivanka Trump and her father. He also sneered that NRA TV is like a “deranged letter from a serial killer.”



The entertainment world has readied the battlefield for the resistance with scripted and unscripted shows.



Put three liberal late night talk shows in one room, and what do you get? A lot of political hate. That’s what happened at the 11th Annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit, according to The Daily Beast. Jon Stewart, Trevor Noah, and John Oliver all had plenty to say about the president, that, presumably, they thought the audience would find funny.



Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver is facing a lawsuit after yet another angry diatribe. This time, the HBO host targeted the coal industry and one its top CEOs. Oliver has a long history of assailing conservatives and Christians as “racist,” “evil” “Islamophobes.” The comic has mocked the United States electoral process as a “four-year-old’s birthday” and Donald Trump as “viscerally horrifying.” 



Radical-left journalist Ken Silverstein is exposing liberal-media hero John Oliver at Observer.com (until recently owned by Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner). It seems the moralist who preached against income inequality and tax dodging in July 2014 is practicing what he preached against. Oliver had a tax attorney set up two revocable trusts, one for him and one for his wife, to hide the couple’s purchase of a $9.5 million Manhattan penthouse. “Then he used a tax loophole created by Donald Trump himself back in the 1970s.”



The news media needs to follow the more “rational” and “reasonable” journalism of late night comedians, says Vox writer Carlos Maza, in a video posted Monday afternoon to the left-leaning website.  

 


“Fake” news host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight John Oliver is apparently trying to “explain” to Trump about healthcare, through advertising on Fox News’ Fox and Friends. The liberal comedian bought ad time on the news network to play spoof ads for his show, where an actor talks directly to the camera, pleading with the president to reconsider repealing the Affordable Care Act, the Washington Post reported.