The Supreme Court: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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Published on September 28, 2020

In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death, John Oliver discusses the future of the Supreme Court, why the government doesn’t always represent the political leanings of the electorate, and how those issues will impact the next generation of Americans.

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20 comments

  • Xavier 1 month ago

    Religious conservatives…. Are the worst.

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  • leftinthirdgrade 1 month ago

    The electoral college should have been abolished with slavery. The fact the two arent mutually exclusive defeats the purpose of their purposes.

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  • TheBigJohn 1 month ago

    Stop taking a month off we need yall

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  • Lou Bangman 1 month ago

    3:06 lol he thinks the democratic party isn’t center-right hahaha

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  • TravelTheWorld 1 month ago

    I have never seen John so 100% livid and alarmed

    And he is 100% right to be so.

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  • Larry Byrd 1 month ago

    hahahah Americans don’t leave it elections up to chance… Republicans just don’t want to change anything because they would quickly loose all power, and because of the current system keeps republicans in power they don’t see any problem. They look at the unfairness and they take advantage of it (as a politician should TBH).They actually fight to get things done. Democrats are just backsliding not making any progress. if you just wanted to be on the winner side you’d be a republican. basically nothing will change till the democratic party implodes and reforms with strong leadership. Until then good luck to you all!!! and the world cause america holds a lot of power.

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  • Maruhom Magumpara 1 month ago

    Napovo interco!!!!

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  • Redisia 1 month ago

    The last 4 years have shown me a European how corrupt the American system is. Sorry, but 2 parties, everything politiCized, votes in a election do not matter (electoral collage), the list of things that are influenced by the us vs them is insane. On top of that the whole political siruation is fueled by financial lobbying (that is just legal bribery) instead of their opinions following moral convictions they follow money…. I can’t even…

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  • Jay 1 month ago

    So wait a minute, if those 15 states are just going to GIVE their electoral votes to the national winner, wouldn’t every election just come down to NY, CA, and the other coastal (and mostly Liberal) states? That doesn’t seem right.

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  • Elaine 1 month ago

    “Voters elected/chose Trump” Haha. Ha. Ha. No, no the majority didn’t. The electoral college elected Trump, not the actual majority of voters.

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  • fastacker2 1 month ago

    Cry some more.

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  • Luke Taylor 1 month ago

    Oh hey, Electoral College stuff! Looks like my time watching CGP Grey has paid off!

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  • Rye Rye 1 month ago

    There’s escalation, de-escalation and taking it lying down. Democrats will do the latter. They have no vision or platform other than being a party of opposition.

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  • Curtis Valentine 1 month ago

    the irony of a criminal selecting judges hundreds WTF this is america? A criminal president supported by our other 1/3 like david karesh, and jim jones supporters. i feel like we’ve been country jacked and he wont be taken alive.

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  • Samantha Leshikar 1 month ago

    I first learned about the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact from CGP Grey, so it will forever be the “NaPoVo InterCo” to me… AKA “TOP SNEAKY”

    Sauce: https://youtu.be/tUX-frlNBJY

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  • Kjackry33 1 month ago

    Oh hey John welcome back

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  • Torbjørn Karlsen 1 month ago

    Being used to the electoral system we’ve got in Norway, the American one seems absolutely bonkers.

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  • Richard MacLean 1 month ago

    The fool’s gold likes Golden nuggets.

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  • Maruhom Magumpara 1 month ago

    https://youtu.be/tUX-frlNBJY

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  • Crocoshark 1 month ago

    “Last week, Ruth Bader Ginsburg died.”

    Was that really the best photo of her you could use while saying that sentence?

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