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John Oliver rips homophobe Mike Pence — and does something amazing with his pet rabbit Marlon Bundo

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As the noose continues to tighten on Donald Trump, John Oliver looked forward a bit with a deep profile of Mike Pence.

Not only is Mike Pence is the only person Trump can’t fire, he’s an extremist who opposes women in the military, supports gay conversion therapy and supported a law that would legalize discrimination against gay people.

Despite being a Christian, Pence is just as dishonest as Trump—when Pence was confronted about Trump’s bald-faced lying about winning the popular vote, Pence called it “refreshing.”

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Omarosa Manigault, who spent time with both in the White House, says people would miss trump if Pence ended up in office.

“We’d be begging for Trump back if Mike Pence became president,” she said. “He’s extreme. I’m Christian, I love Jesus but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things that are… I’m like, ‘Jesus ain’t say that.'”

Monday is a big day for Pence, as his wife and daughter become published authors with the release of a children’s book about his pet bunny.

Marlon Bundo’s Day in the Life of the Vice President tells the story of the life the vice president as he battles to take away people’s constitutional rights.

By coincidence, a second Marlon Bundo book will be coming out tomorrow, courtesy of John Oliver. It’s called a A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo, and stars a gay bunny who battles an evil stinkbug to secure his right to marry. You can buy that here, with proceeds supporting two charities.

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Bill Barr slammed by ex-FBI official for ignoring the right-wing ‘Boogaloo Bois’ infiltrating protests

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Attorney General Bill Barr was slammed by the former assistant director for counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Saturday for misleading Americans about the source of violence at the protests over the killing of George Floyd while in police custody.

"There's evidence developing, Brian, that the organization we're seeing of the most violent protesters is coming from a couple of disturbing places," both, by the way, there's disparate in terms in being from the right or the left. here's what those who monitor these groups and sites are seeing.

"We're seeing a far-right group, one group for example known as the Boogaloo Bois, who on their private Facebook page and social media outlets are calling for violence, calling for people to show up," Frank Figliuzzi told MSNBC's Brian Williams.

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Trump is the ‘greatest troll in the history of the internet’ and Twitter needs to ‘pull the plug’: NYT columnist

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President Donald Trump would face an existential crisis if Twitter were to enforce it's own rules and hold him accountable -- and one New York Times columnist wants to see it happen.

"C’mon, @Jack. You can do it," Maureen Dowd wrote, referring to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey with his username on the platform.

She urged Dorsey to "just pull the plug on him."

"You could answer the existential question of whether @realDonaldTrump even exists if he doesn’t exist on Twitter. I tweet, therefore I am. Dorsey meets Descartes," she explained. "All it would take is one sweet click to force the greatest troll in the history of the internet to meet his maker."

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Justice Roberts took ‘clear swipe’ at Kavanaugh in opinion siding with liberals in religion case: report

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On Friday night, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in South Bay United Pentecostal Church v. Newsom, holding that California Gov. Gavin Newsom's restrictions on church gatherings are not a violation of religious liberty. Chief Justice John Roberts crossed over to join with the liberals for a 5-4 split.

But the ruling was dramatic in a key way. As court watcher Mark Joseph Stern wrote for Slate, Justice Brett Kavanaugh "falsely accused the state of religious discrimination in an extremely misleading opinion that omits the most important facts of the case" in his dissent — and was so dishonest that Roberts went out of his way to rebuke him in the Court opinion.

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