Coronavirus VIII: Prisons & Jails: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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As US prisons and jails see an alarming spike in COVID-19 infections, John Oliver discusses why the virus has spread so rapidly behind bars and what we can do to stop it.
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  • Balloon Boy happened in 2009 You know what came out in 2009? “Up”

    Zombie GuyZombie Guy4 日 前
  • im not entirely certain that baloon boy was fake

    bald breadbald bread7 日 前
  • Here's a fact from a personal experience. No hearsay, no heard it from a friend, I saw this downhill spiral in person. Tigger warning, this involves drug use, and abuse. If you're sensitive to this type of thing, I'm giving you fair warning now. My adopted sister's bio father was in jail, she was my best friend, and we originally had only a power of attorney because it was thr assumption she would return to her dad once his jail time was over. Now, her dad was by no means a good man. He abused all his ex's, mentally and psychologically abused my sister, and was a heavy drug user. For once he didn't actually commit the crime, he was framed, I won't go into it because thats a whole different story, but his sentence was lowered, and he spent the rest of it at a halfway house. We would visit him, play games, take pictures, and for once, he looked amazing. He had muscle, his face was filled out, his hair wasn't gray, and had grown back. He looked better. He had a great plan for what he was going to do when he got out, and it all was promising, until it wasn't. No place would hire him, no apartment would lease him, he couldn't drive, didn't have money, and had no where to go. So he did the only thing he could do, go back to the people who were a bad influence on him. He spiraled fast, drugs, got back with an ex, stealing, and ended up right back in prison. For a lot longer, and an offense that was 100% his fault. Again, a whole different can of worms to open with that story. It was tragic, and it made me see how we treat past criminals in a whole new way. He wasn't a good person, by any stretch, but to see him try to be only for him to be set up for failure. It broke my heart, and it broke my sisters heart because she was his biggest advocate, always had been, no matter how many times he broke her heart. That was the last straw for her honestly. These videos always hit me harder because I've seen first hand how that system works, and how it treats criminals. You can go on, and on saying "if they didn't commit the crime", but most the time. The system sets them up for complete failure.

    Jocelyn LewisJocelyn Lewis11 日 前
  • Ironically, I watched news coverage of balloon boy while my family was handling my dad’s trial

    Kira BarnesKira Barnes15 日 前
  • Johnny boy! Still lookin for a job let me help you make an episode!

    Michael WhiteheadMichael Whitehead17 日 前
  • "no cruel and unusual punishment"

    Djdaniel MDjdaniel M18 日 前
  • The use of solitary confinement is horrifying enough normally, but putting someone there for no actual reason - especially if they’re positive for a virus that’s goddamn killing people - makes me want to vomit, and do it over everyone responsible. These are human fucking beings, not numbers, not cash cows. I’ve been having a hard time trying to find out how to donate books to local jails - now I see why! Even so, solitary would be even a hair’s width easier to deal with if you had a distraction like that.

    Riley DragoncrowRiley Dragoncrow20 日 前
  • Well, maybe next time dont imprison everyone for jaywalking or being black and call it a day? Is that so hard?

    krepnata kadarakrepnata kadara21 日 前
    • For a country founded on white supremacy, yah.

      captainautobotscaptainautobots12 日 前
  • Balloon boy's parents might be innocent -

    BugBotBugBot23 日 前
  • Really missed a joke opportunity with the whole soap in prisons theme

    Juraj HledíkJuraj Hledík27 日 前
  • The interesting cow frustratingly pretend because scallion descriptively belong amidst a cheap mustard. quixotic, cute adult

    heid showsheid shows27 日 前
  • N it doubled in a day they cut off there phone access refused testing for months prior to the whole facility was contracted it the facility's name was community transitional serves Russel in Louisville Kentucky also a rehabilitation program or know as a substance abuse program if u get the opportunity u should look at it the actual facility owner Barbara strong been charged for DUI recently n the sap facilitator Kenneth somrthing has been brought up in federal court on charges they he watched people over dose n all Mr john look at it be a good piece

  • My grandson was locked up in a halfway house n watched the whole population of 300 people

  • That Criminal Justice Reform Activist talking about the death cruise ship might be the *coolest* person I've seen on the internet in a long while. Not just his kickarse title but his absolutely stellar dress sense too. Kudos to you, Mr Eric Russell.

    Jessamine HaakJessamine Haak29 日 前
  • Balloon Boy wasn't a hoax: Justice for Richard

    Robert FlinchRobert Flinchヶ月 前
  • Balloon boy wasn't really a hoax tho, it's complicated. Go check @internethistorian 's video on it.

    Xiang GhostXiang Ghostヶ月 前
  • please upload high resolution picture of stay up late by brian swords, i'm want to use it as wallpaper for my computer, please please please. I love that painting.

    Saniya 666Saniya 666ヶ月 前
  • When Donald Trump catches the virus and dies, John Oliver: time to be a hypocrite Note: JK

    masuda ahmedmasuda ahmedヶ月 前
  • I knew it would be fucken Shkreli

    Micaiah LeighMicaiah Leighヶ月 前
  • Where is all the answers to these problems?

    Joe PeifferJoe Peifferヶ月 前
  • Eh...

    huh nahhuh nahヶ月 前
  • Thank you for talking about this issue!!!

    Daniel VasquezDaniel Vasquezヶ月 前
  • 200,000 OUT 200,000 IN ! Have to keep it full ! Non violent ! They let out pedophiles !!!! Those are the one u need to keep in !

    Daniel VasquezDaniel Vasquezヶ月 前
  • @governor cuomo

    JadaJadaヶ月 前
  • Fav thing

    Ducky GuyDucky Guyヶ月 前
  • Excellent report, and I applaud that inmates stand. If he has to die from the virus at least it's with purpose.

    Betty Ann Flagg RigginsBetty Ann Flagg Rigginsヶ月 前
  • Covid19 is the blacklight on the hotel sheets of our broken country.

    Charles NewtonCharles Newtonヶ月 前
  • Not wanting that evil pharma guy to die a painful death is wayyyyy too goody-goody of you, John

    lazy homebodylazy homebodyヶ月 前
  • Super late for this, but there is strong evidence to suggest that the Balloon Boy event was not a hoax and the confession was only given from lots of pressure from both the community and police harassing the family.

    Andrew CookAndrew Cookヶ月 前
  • The level of compassion that John Oliver is showing in this vid is what I wish the whole world had... that just because someone did something wrong doesn't mean they deserve death.

    Yasmin MYasmin Mヶ月 前
  • Ballon boys parents are innocent

    max cassonmax casson2 ヶ月 前
  • When I told my grandma the golden state killer was officially sentenced she said because of covid he would be released. She wanted a serial killer released instead of people with non violent drug charges released

    Abigail HAbigail H2 ヶ月 前
  • Balloon Boy was not a hoax, check your facts

    Write MindWrite Mind2 ヶ月 前
  • That.... That impersonation of you.... Kinda... Sounded like Jamie Oliver.... O.o. Jamie and John.... Oliver.....

    Tim LienauTim Lienau2 ヶ月 前
  • When is it OK to start playing Christmas songs? 🤔🎄👇 Fleabag is streaming now on BBC iPlayer.

    Harold DenverHarold Denver2 ヶ月 前
  • I can't go thru all I've not seen to see if you've covered it. Prisons in Norway. Please take Lawrence Lawton with you!!! 😌

    TarabethTarabeth2 ヶ月 前
  • The UN global forecast of death statistics for 2020 has been reduced by almost a million people

    Marek WojcikMarek Wojcik2 ヶ月 前
  • Would it be considered “cruel and unusual punishment”

    최나리최나리2 ヶ月 前

    Llewellyn DuckLlewellyn Duck2 ヶ月 前
  • dont do the crime if you dont wanna do the time

    Paul mPaul m2 ヶ月 前
    • This isn't doing the time this is sentencing ppl to death with low level charges

      Lola PLola Pヶ月 前
    • This has nothing to do with crime or time. This has everything to do with the inability of our government to sufficiently protect people it has put under its ward. It takes an extreme lack of humanity to not even pity people whose lives are at risk just because they did something illegal.

      BadassPlaya2517BadassPlaya25172 ヶ月 前
  • Thank you for bringing up these issues John

    Alex QuantzAlex Quantz2 ヶ月 前
  • I don't care.. you're a prisoner for a reason....

    Stephen HauptStephen Haupt2 ヶ月 前
    • This is sentencing ppl w low level crimes to death. What if someone who had some meth on them once was given the electric chair

      Lola PLola Pヶ月 前
    • Prisoners are meant to be either rehabilitated people punished Whichever situation they find themselves in, neither should put their lives in danger, and not giving a shit about their plight means that you deny them their basic humanity, regardless of what they've done

      BadassPlaya2517BadassPlaya25172 ヶ月 前
  • Same deal in homeless shelters. Every soap dispenser dry as a bone, you get literally one drop of detergent for laundry a week. Only funding that shelters get are for food. You could be in a violent filthy unregulated shelter, but eating delicious/healthy hot breakfasts & dinners, + for lunch Trader Joe's drops off snacks and their 10 dollar pre made salads on their "export date" (they were fresh and quality) Look out for homeless shelter advocates and directors who are extremely obese women. All they do jobwise is secure more food donations or volunteer chefs. They eat like absolute kings alongside the homeless, who can't wash or clean or avoid catching sh It like MERSA. Fat homeless shelter directors refuse to make any quality changes not related to eating. It's impossible to starve in America if you don't have dignity or pride to protect. But "feed the homeless really wel in perpetuity" persists over "rehab and rehome the homeless". Homeless are just a bargaining chip for fat people 'advocating' for there to always be really high quality, and get praised endlessly for doing so. Always taking a plate of the typically expensive meals every day they "work" at an otherwise filthy and irreputable shelter

    MPHswayzeMPHswayze2 ヶ月 前
  • I would like to agree with this...... But then I watch Internet Historian's video showing criminals getting released..... And lasting only 30 mins outside before getting arrested again......

    Danny CaraccioloDanny Caracciolo2 ヶ月 前
  • it is hard to feel sorry for rapist murders and pedophiles. don't do crime

    Paul BaskervillePaul Baskerville2 ヶ月 前
    • @Lola P good so when u are knocking up one of your baby momas and having a nother kid that u aren't supporting and adding to the 8 billion or so humans. Mother nature or a higher power or God has had enough. Floods famine plages earthquakes and it's not enough . the population of the world keeps going up . Having six kids when u can't afford to take care of 1 . If u do the crime u bo the time but now a days it costs to much money to keep people in jail so less time for more crimes . One of showes I like the perge. Give me a hunting licence And I and others will thin out the heard . U say I discuss u but u are hurting the world bringing down iq and promoting a lazy anti work ethick. What u can't under stand is u work pay bills work harder and get ahead . U may fall on your face a few times u pick your self up and go back to work. There is no free lunch unless it is someone else's and that is wrong . Taking money out of school lunch programs and programs to help the working poor and putting it in to prisons and drug rehabilitation programs is sick like u .

      Paul BaskervillePaul Baskervilleヶ月 前
    • @Paul Baskerville You disgust me thinking of human lives like that. Stfu

      Lola PLola Pヶ月 前
    • @Lola P very few people that take hard drugs don't effect family and friends or rune there lives . One of my next door neighbor kids od when driving killing him and his girlfriend. In most cases it is not a second chance 4 or 5 or 9 . China and other countries including the US and Russia use drugs as a weapon to destabilize other countries . From China in the mail one neighbor bought and sold enouf to buy a house in a beter neighborhood . In 2 years to get his new house it cost 9 lives . U are right there are 1 out òf 100 that only hurt them selves .the cost to society and the damage that drugs do is to high .

      Paul BaskervillePaul Baskervilleヶ月 前

      Lola PLola Pヶ月 前
    • @Lola P how meny mistakes do these so called humans get . how many deaths and family members that they hurt till the bleeding hart's call them animals and put them to sleep.

      Paul BaskervillePaul Baskervilleヶ月 前
  • Please help in cold spring tx San jacinto jail

    Jose JaimesJose Jaimes2 ヶ月 前
  • I would re look into the hoax with balloon boy, with more and more time it almost seems like an accident. Just saying.

    MaddronnMaddronn2 ヶ月 前
  • The man held in solitary confinement for posting a video about ill prisoners, and refusing to take it back... what a fucking hero.

    PingoPingo2 ヶ月 前
  • The fact that people are surprised that American jails are privatized is as alarming as people not knowing that companies pay political figures to play favoritism with laws and regulations on their behalf regardless of party lines. To say fuck this president seems to be a little underwhelming these days to because he made the swamp that existed cooler and bigger than the slogan he branded. It's like saying I'm tired of these racoons going through my trash and buying racoons to guard the garbage knowing they going to trash it anyway.

    TheNewyorktrademarkTheNewyorktrademark2 ヶ月 前
  • I honestly can't wait until things get more violent

    Nik SattNik Satt2 ヶ月 前
  • I would purposefully catch it so I could infect the guards

    Nik SattNik Satt2 ヶ月 前
  • So serious that he made a dig at business daddy without calling it business daddy.

    Kcwilson529Kcwilson5292 ヶ月 前
  • Damn that intro was a bit too relatable.

    Magical GirlMagical Girl2 ヶ月 前
  • balloon boy wasnt a hoax

    oscarlumleyoscarlumley3 ヶ月 前
    • #freeballoonboy

      Write MindWrite Mind2 ヶ月 前
  • "2009 really was a simpler time." does this mean that you would be fine with a community movie.

    EzraEzra3 ヶ月 前
  • This country has been broken,set on fire and is radioactive.

    August and Riley SlackAugust and Riley Slack3 ヶ月 前
  • so you dont get quote health care so u riot I'd argue let's take care of the people who matter first the law abiding citizens before we help the murders an drug dealers

    Paul mPaul m3 ヶ月 前
    • @Paul m that's slightly above the conditions of a concentration camp, so either we accept that prisoners should be given basic hygienic supplies, or we accept that we share our incarceration system with Hitler

      BadassPlaya2517BadassPlaya25172 ヶ月 前
    • @BadassPlaya2517 3 meals a day an a safe place from other prisoners anything more an they are being incentivized to sell drugs an get locked up. I dont want my tax dollars going to luxury items.

      Paul mPaul m2 ヶ月 前
    • Prisoners are wards of the government, meaning it's the government's responsibility to care for them. If anything, the government has an even greater responsibility towards prisoners than non-prisoners, because non-prisoners can take care of themselves significantly more

      BadassPlaya2517BadassPlaya25172 ヶ月 前
  • Balloon boy wasn't a hoax! Watch Internet Historian's viden

    Ark ArkArk Ark3 ヶ月 前
  • Trumpvirus

    A WA W3 ヶ月 前
  • america is a first world country that wants to be a third world one at heart

    Kana BeatsKana Beats3 ヶ月 前
  • Just saying

    Chris SmithChris Smith3 ヶ月 前
  • Yeah I watch John during my lunch break it's nice to have some sanity in a crazy world

    Chris SmithChris Smith3 ヶ月 前
  • It breaks my heart and scars my soul! Am crying in my patrol car we as a people have to figure out how to fix this situation for posterity

    Chris SmithChris Smith3 ヶ月 前
  • Actually balloon boy has a deeper story

    Mac BookMac Book3 ヶ月 前
  • It's just showes how litle aboiute American prisoners that facking 1st world country for you

    MikołajMikołaj3 ヶ月 前
  • I hate to disagree with you John Oliver, but we are not all in the same crew ship. We are in the same storm. But other people are on other boats that may or may not be better equipped to face a storm.

    akeepsakeforfantasiesakeepsakeforfantasies3 ヶ月 前
  • How can we get the naturalized citizen law amended so John Oliver can run for president?

    Jared GlickmanJared Glickman3 ヶ月 前
  • It is dangerous to just let people out. If you are gonna suggest letting people go then there needs to be a system for it. I like the idea of releasing non violent offenders onto house arrest but that is about it. Anything else just seems to risky.

    EthanEthan3 ヶ月 前
  • not the top priority but balloon boy wasn't a hoax. big surprise the justice system coerced the parents into false confessions through illegal means.

    jj3 ヶ月 前
  • This show would probably be a lot easier to watch if there wasn't that god awful attempt at comedy.

    ThePoshBoy 1ThePoshBoy 13 ヶ月 前
  • John Oliver: when people are let out of jails the virus spreads. John Oliver 25seconds later: let everybody out of jails.

    Jarod RhudyJarod Rhudy3 ヶ月 前
  • The prison scene in America seriously looks like a plot for the next Resident Evil or Fallout game.

    MCPunk55MCPunk553 ヶ月 前
  • Republicans - let them stay in. They Deserve it. Democrats - Free the black ones! they are only there because of the systemic racism

    Gene ThompsonGene Thompson3 ヶ月 前
  • I uh, feel very weird about saying this, but I feel like I'm in lust with your brain John. Yeah...or at the very least your team IDK. I don't know how to feel about it either. Let's hope we never ever meet IRL. Keep doing what your doing and I'll keep being out of prison. Loves, hugs and exaggeration xo.

    Nik GrillmeierNik Grillmeier3 ヶ月 前
  • I would bet trump (and others with money, power and connections within Russia and/or China) is taking Arbidol, a reportedly highly effective antiviral medication (which reportedly has minimal, if any, side effects.) This medication is widely available and very inexpensive in Russia as an OTC. If trump is taking Arbitol, it would explain his not wearing a mask and his apparent lack of concern that he (the ONLY person he truly cares about) could potentially be exposed to or get COVID-19. Arbidol (being used in Russia and China for prevention and initial treatment of Covid-19, as well as other viruses) could also explain why those two countries have had a significantly lower death rate during this pandemic. If what I have read about Arbidol in various medical reports is correct, this would indicate, among other things, that the Russian and Chinese governments care more about the health and well-being of their citizens than the USA does (and that we have been 'brainwashed' into believing the exact opposite.) Watch "The Arbidol Story: How a Clinically Used Antiviral Drug Inhibits Hepatitis C, Ebola, and Zika Virus" on JPworlds

    Truth MattersTruth Matters3 ヶ月 前
  • they won't fund prisons to get enough soap? what the actual f--k!!!!

    sigis sigissigis sigis3 ヶ月 前
  • i hope Qoronavirus leave us alone whoever see this comment i wish you,your family and the ones you love a healthy life i hope God save all of us.

    george thomsongeorge thomson3 ヶ月 前
  • Wear the facial mask....

    임동하TV임동하TV3 ヶ月 前
  • Make John Oliver President

    Super ManSuper Man4 ヶ月 前
  • Oliver, stop using the f word every other sentence. You sound like a teenage dropout having a tantrum. No credability.

    cooking Gersoncooking Gerson4 ヶ月 前
  • I just recently found out about John Oliver's segments and started binge watching them. Prior to this I have liked and favorited every episode. Unlike some people I will not dislike it, but at the same time I can not give it a like simply because, while your heart is in the right place and I agree almost entirely with a lot of your words, I feel that you simply failed to look into what the end results of your suggestion would truly be. There are some pretty big issues that you either never thought about or even worse deliberately avoided bringing up since they wreck your case. My biggest issues with this segment are two fold. First, is the issue of nastier or vengeful inmates who will go out of their way to try to deliberately infect people if released and with no prior procedure for detecting which person falls into such a category besides the obvious inmates who are in prison precisely because they deliberately infected people with aids or similar deadly diseases. How exactly would we go about proving that petty thief A is mentally planning to infect people while convicted killer A actually is safe to release and only plans on hunkering down until it is all clear? And how exactly would you go about proving that these outbound persons will not carry the virus with them out of the correctional system and into the country outside? If we dedicate a greater percentage of the testing then that means that other areas of vital testing are being short changed as a result. And how exactly do you keep these potential outbound individuals quarantined from the rest of the population and even each other while wait for the results to return? But this risk while real is probably a small percentage issue and so it pales to my second issue. Second, is the issue of the fact that what you are suggesting is a serious breach of quarantine in a situation where you already know the virus exists. Yes, we have established that the quarantine has already partially failed due to workers, and the release of jail confined people. But you yourself mentioned that this is bad, and yet you are advocating more of that. Where exactly would these prisoners go if they were released? For prisoners with family they would be released to them, and thereby potentially infecting the very people they would least want to infect. For everyone else where would they go? Likely to the cheapest housing facilities, where I promise you with a 100% guarantee you would then see an instant spike of covid outbreaks through the populations of inner city housing areas. You mention in your reports that the victims of this outbreak have a higher than average count when it comes to certain minorities and I am sadly not at all surprised to hear that even though it is yet another tragic example of how badly our society is set apart. But guess what, that percentage of minorities infected would only go up if the prisons all did what you are advocating here and for the very reasons I just pointed out. I am not saying that these prisoners deserve to die in a cruel and inhumane way for any crime, not even the small percentage of inmates who are in prison for deliberately infecting people with aids should be faced with this situation since they should have been in our care and safe from this nightmare scenario. Frankly this entire situation is absolutely horrible, and you are absolutely right that leaving them in a situation where they are highly likely to contract the virus is a tragedy that should never have been allowed to happen in the first place. What I am saying however is that the things you are advocating sounds great but have not been properly thought through. You are potentially committing a worse tragedy just to try to combat a tragedy that others have already created. By all means blame Trump and the rest of the system for allowing things to get to this point in the first place. But in an epidemic outbreak society needs to understand that sometimes tough decisions need to be made. Just like the overwhelmed hospital staff need to decide who to treat when their resources are not there, and I really hate what I am about to say and it is killing something inside me that I even say it, so too do we as a society need to decide whether the risk of releasing potentially infectious people into the greater population is better than simply leaving people locked up where at least the contagion is finite. And yes I realize that saying this is dooming people to die when they could have been saved. But we are seriously in a no win situation at this point and I would rather have the knowledge that I doomed a prison population to extinction, (although I truly hope they are able to still somehow contain the outbreaks internally) than that I doomed entire cities in the multiple by letting them out. When it comes down to it better to damn your soul leaving a few hundred thousand to die in one relatively closed system than to release that population and watch as it splinters to dozens of different locations and infects all of them instead and as a result killing millions more. The correctional institution should have done far more and far faster to prevent such a situation in the first place. But once they were known to be heavily infected it was too late. At that point it would be safer for the country as a whole to just write off everyone in those facilities rather than trying to save the remaining population and dooming everyone else. In the worst case scenario you will know a maximum number of people who will die from that part of the outbreak, and maybe we will even get lucky and somehow by a miracle the safety procedures will stop the spread that they already failed to avoid in the first place. Do I feel like a monster for even saying this? Yes, yes I do. No one will point their hatred at my words more than I do right now. But I feel like when it comes to a colony's survival that deliberately taking in known risk of infectious cases is dooming that colony. And make no mistake, at this point we are talking colony survival when it comes to our country as a whole. When this is all over and we have the ability to take liability into account then by all means those who are responsible for this situation in the first place should be taken to task for causing such situations in the first place. Why was there not a better quarantine of the prison systems in the first place? Why were the workers not put under harsher scrutiny for health during a known outbreak? Why did they continue to transfer prisoners between facilities after an outbreak was known to be occurring? Why were there not new temporary facilities made to handle new prisoners rather than sticking potentially healthy individuals in with potentially infected ones and vice versa?

    HauntHaunt4 ヶ月 前
  • What is truly shocking is that all those prisoners were wearing masks. Yet most right wing dumbfucks can't manage to do the same. >_> Translation: Prisoners are being more socially responsible to their fellow human beings right now than right wingers are.

    Ryan ClarkeRyan Clarke4 ヶ月 前
  • Actually balloon boy wasn't a hoax. Surprised they didn't do more research on that story.

    NatalieNatalie4 ヶ月 前
  • About 5 years ago I decided watching tv was the most futile intellectual exercise I could do and I removed every service related to it. Last week tonight is one of those very few things I still watch (when it is made public in youtube). It is amazing journalism with a façade of comedy which gets to people (or at least I hope people really understands what John is saying). My brother was incarcerated a while back because a thief took his wallet and a few days later dropped the empty wallet (with his photo ID) in a bank robbery. The police came by and said they found his fingerprints at the bank (on his wallet) and sent him to jail awaiting review of the case. He was later on released and a retraction was put on his file but I can imagine this happening all throughout the States and thinking all of these men/women sent to these facilities. Most of this people wont have a stable source of income for the rest of their lives and now they might be physically debilitated as covid can leave you with long lasting effects. Is this the world we want?

    Rod LandaetaRod Landaeta4 ヶ月 前
  • jesus christ, from the stories i’ve heard people in even the “”nicer”” prisons are already losing body parts due to diabetes (as well as developing it in there), i cannot imagine what a spit in the face of a death sentence something like this must feel like

    Nicole BruhNicole Bruh4 ヶ月 前
  • John Oliver for president

    EmilEmil4 ヶ月 前
  • You know, most real criminals are the ones with the keys to the prison. This whole thing is bloody unconscionable!

    Srihari YamanoorSrihari Yamanoor4 ヶ月 前
  • Maybe those in prison should have robbed politicians...

    Srihari YamanoorSrihari Yamanoor4 ヶ月 前
  • Some time I wonder why was I born to be on a earth so cruel and I’m black too smh can’t get any worse

    Kandyyman PharaohKandyyman Pharaoh4 ヶ月 前
  • So sad

    Kandyyman PharaohKandyyman Pharaoh4 ヶ月 前
  • You seriously had a topic about soap in prisons and you failed to make the most relevant joke?

    MegaMementoMoriMegaMementoMori4 ヶ月 前
  • The mother's son in prison is in solitary confinement.

    metparkermetparker4 ヶ月 前
  • I feel the need to post this since Balloon Boy was mentioned. Since this shows a different side of the Balloon Boy story.

    Biospark286Biospark2864 ヶ月 前
  • Allow me to fix this problem in the good old American way, Nuke em all

    Cheesy Chocolate CrumbsCheesy Chocolate Crumbs4 ヶ月 前
  • I feel like driving a golf cart while drinking out of a Pringles can. Its 2020. Why the heck not?

    Michelle PlassMichelle Plass4 ヶ月 前
  • Who can poop the quietest😂😂😂😂😂

    M DavisM Davis4 ヶ月 前

    rapleleraplele4 ヶ月 前
  • You can really hear how upset he is at the end of the video.

    Tools lolTools lol4 ヶ月 前
  • Risen from the grave to remind if I was black, there would be a civil war 2.

    Dan LempDan Lemp4 ヶ月 前
  • I used to think the balloon boy thing was a hoax, but one day I looked deeper into it and now I totally think that they 100% believed he was in the balloon. A lot of the things people pointed to as evidence they were lying actually had totally reasonable explanations, some of the stuff was just made up and not true. And when I watch the footage of the balloon flying off, it does not seem staged. The guy actually seems like a total asshole, because he yells and swears at his kids and his wife that the balloon isn't properly tethered before being told by one of his kids that his other son has crawled inside before the balloon took off - the guy doesn't believe it at all and continues acting like a jerk while yelling out for his son to come out until he starts to get worried when he can't find his son. If he did try and stage this for publicity, I highly doubt he would have been swearing at his wife and kids while yelling about his balloon flying away.

    StreakyBaconManStreakyBaconMan4 ヶ月 前