Felony Disenfranchisement: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

2018/09/09
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Many people with felony convictions are unfairly prohibited from voting, and the worst state for this - surprise - is Florida.
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  • John looks cracked the fuck out in that thumbnail

    Jason TeqjaJason Teqja2 日 前
  • Just one more reason why America is not a Democracy at all.

    Sebastian LoesslSebastian Loessl7 日 前
  • People who can vote: the mentally challenged, crazy people, the KKK, but not felons?

    Lorna MillerLorna Miller23 日 前
  • To change a man into evil is to change his destiny from his good, into a higher destiny. But, why take evil from another man when you can read into it a passage at a time from a thousand anonymous men and still own your own destiny? The truth is that most cannot choose evil or change into it. Few opportunities arise and they seldom recognize them. Any good man would turn evil, they just don't see the opportunity other than crime.

    Four Books UnknownFour Books Unknownヶ月 前
  • 6:18 A series of 4 athletic competitions would be a tetrathlon, not a quadathon. I'm pretty sure getting that wrong wasn't an intended part of the joke, but what do I know?

    VitalVampyrVitalVampyrヶ月 前
  • If there was a hunger games with one person from each state, Floridaman would win based off of his knowledge of how to disturb the peace

    Amy BickettAmy Bickettヶ月 前
  • Rick Scott thinks he's some King over a state of peasants. What a loser. Give that man his civil rights.

    Shawn HustonShawn Huston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
  • I won't vote. Its rigged. Even if you get the vote . the other guy can take it without any explanation.... Shrug your shoulders and say 'electoral' America. Great place . shitty people

    Danny SantosDanny Santosヶ月 前
  • #ZealouslyPreservingTheBourgoisee @#Franchisees @#MistakesWereMades @#TripleFatGoose

    ANGELA WHOANGELA WHOヶ月 前
  • The halting squid weekly untidy because sociology hemperly consider against a shaggy restaurant. ill-fated, kindly mayonnaise

    Pack AnnaPack Annaヶ月 前
  • Florida Man is 10% of the Florida population? (3:26)

    HenckquesHenckquesヶ月 前
  • I saw people, legal voters, that thought the people commenting on videos of Trump going after those peaceful protestors for a bible photo shoot were 'sheeple' for believing it. They literally thought all the video footage of what happened were _fake,_ because it was negative news about Trump and they had been told by him anything like that as 'fake news'. If that person can vote, I think someone who did some drugs or stole some stuff should be able to.

    Sarah SutherlandSarah Sutherlandヶ月 前
  • May I say some thing…As a red blooded Southern born Republican… fuck Rick Scott

    HULL GUITARS USAHULL GUITARS USAヶ月 前
  • Rick Scott for real denied that man on the basis of "just cuz"...un-fuckin-real.

    Adam StampleyAdam Stampleyヶ月 前
  • do you go to church? me - yes, to praise the great fragarius, the god of strawberry jam :3 also that photo 5:16 0_o

    pepe the frog poops on right wingerspepe the frog poops on right wingersヶ月 前
  • I had a group of people that wouldn’t even let me get a job cause I was a felon and they believed bullshit about me.

    just mejust meヶ月 前
  • I’m a felon and I was chosen to sit on the grand jury for the whole of kootenai county.

    just mejust meヶ月 前
  • No voting rights after being convicted by laws created by those very lawmakers? Colluded.

    P SP S2 ヶ月 前
  • Oh GOD!!! Seriously this is so ridiculous ESPECIALLY for non violent offenders. & “do you go to church?” SERIOUSLY?!? Me; How many atheists have started ANY wars in history?!?!!! The world; mmmmmmmh is that the sound of crickets I hear? Fuuuuuuuc Florida already! Please please please just break off into The Atlantic already!

    mandy mooremandy moore2 ヶ月 前
  • “A TJ Max Janis Joplin”. CLASSIC!!!

    mandy mooremandy moore2 ヶ月 前
  • F*ck Rick Scott, like seriously just F*ck him, I can't believe how someone can be such a prick

    Captain Man HatCaptain Man Hat2 ヶ月 前
  • Wow footage of Mitch McConnell before he started to melt into the spineless blob he is now. He looks almost human here.

    mufasa2005mufasa20052 ヶ月 前
  • It is real simple now...Republican win by fewer people vote

    Michael ZhuMichael Zhu2 ヶ月 前
    • good thing most people did vote.

      Ilan SmoldersIlan Smolders2 ヶ月 前
  • Florida state song does sound racist in instrumental form.

    Kenneth AndersonKenneth Anderson2 ヶ月 前
  • As a man living in Florida, I approve of your message John Oliver

    wayne schickwayne schick2 ヶ月 前
  • Trevor Noah did a piece on this they voted for the amendment but former felons have to find the money to pay a fee to get back their right to vote

    racquel faganracquel fagan2 ヶ月 前
  • 8:31 I wonder if his favorite movies are the 7 Harry Potter films.

    craigcarter400craigcarter4002 ヶ月 前
  • Voting can't a right if the government can revoke it. It's guillotine season friends

    Sara HSara H3 ヶ月 前
  • Doesn't Trump now live in Florida? I wonder if he'll soon lose voting privileges...

    Vinu ThomasVinu Thomas3 ヶ月 前
  • The only thing funny about this is when Trump is no longer able to vote in Florida after he gets convicted 🙏🏽

    Jorge AceytunoJorge Aceytuno3 ヶ月 前
  • Ballots By Mail. ..... .... A Possible Enabler of American Democracy. The following is a rather lengthy missive that was composed last night (and early morning, it seems) that has to do with voting by mail in general and in California in particular. I believe that universal mail ballots is may be the future of Democracy here in America and that we should be working to put the necessary infrastructure in place to enable doing so. Here goes....; Mail in and drop off votes rather similar. Both can be tracked. So……. Unique codes are printed on ballot cover or envelope. These scannable codes can be used to: > Verify that a ballot has been sent to voter address. > Verify that a ballot has been delivered to the voter address. > Cause a reminder notification to be sent to a voter whose ballot has been delivered but that the voter has not yet returned a completed ballot to the elections office. >Verify that a mail in ballot has been received by USPS for delivery to local elections office. OR that the elections office has received ballot via drop off box or poll location. > Allow the USPS to track each ballot as it flows through their system. > Verify that USPS has delivered a mail in ballot to local elections office address. > Verify that the local elections office has not only received the ballot but that it has also been accepted AND counted. Or….. Allow notification to be sent to voter to inform him that ballot has been rejected due to issue with signature or some other defect and suggest ways to rectify problem so that a ballot can be counted. Now then… Mail in ballot tracking utilizes and correlates separate sets of records generated and retained by 1. State elections office, 2. USPS mail tracking system and 3. Each individual county elections office. (Paper ballots themselves are also retained for a period of time by local elections office for a possible recount if deemed necessary.) So….. Any attempt at fraud would have to not only involve forging bogus paper work but would need to deal with three separate entities that create and maintain records involving the handling and processing of mail in ballots. FYI….. ! Mail in ballot tracking for voters is happening right now….: Mail Ballot tracking .... It works! BallotTrax system is available in California, Nevada, Colorado, North Carolina and Georgia. BallotTrax is also being used in parts of Oregon, Arizona, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida. Check availability with your local elections office or your Secretary of State office. BallotTrax is a free service to voters. From what I understand BallotTrax only works for mail in ballots that are submitted to the United Stated Postal Service (USPS) for delivery to your county elections office. BallotTrax apparently does not yet track ballots placed in official ballot collection boxes or submitted at official election voter polling sites. BallotTrax doesn’t work with non-official ballot collection boxes placed in some communities by privately run ballot harvesting organizations. BallotTrax tracks your mailed ballot from post office to your county elections office. You will be informed when your ballot has been accepted AND counted by your county election office. If your ballot has been received and is not accepted due to a lack of signature, mismatch signature comparison or some other other reason, you will be contacted and advised how to correct the deficiency. (Apparently In Colorado ballots with signature problems can be corrected on line with a special secure app.) So.... I put mine in rural style mailbox and it seemed like it may have been scanned by our mail carrier as I received a text message (‘bing!’) that afternoon, not long after the usual Mail pickup time. BallotTrax notifications can be text, voice, or email and are sent as ballot moves through the postal system to your county elections office. Works kinda similar to Amazon package tracking. Ballot tracking is entirely separate from election process. It only tracks the envelope you put in the Mail, not the ballot inside. Individual County and State election administrations contract with Ballottrax to provide this service. California example... BallotTrax (santacruz.ballottrax.net/voter/dashboard) Stay well.... Vote Early.... ....and thank you for taking the time to read this.

    NNANNA3 ヶ月 前
  • IT passed... and then Florida changed the law so that taxes and fines could be levied before a former felon can vote now in 2020 "how many felons on the voter rolls owe court fees, fines or restitution that would disqualify them from voting under a subsequent state law that limited the amendment’s scope. Florida officials have not removed any felons from the rolls for owing fines or fees, and they’re unlikely to do so before Election Day, Secretary of State Laurel Lee said in an interview Monday. It’s unclear whether those whom the state fails to prune are entitled to vote after all - or may face prosecution if they do." Because of the 2019 law requiring felons to pay off those debts before voting, they are legally on the rolls but may be ineligible to vote. “It’s a shame that despite what the people of Florida clearly voted for in the ballot initiative that this high percentage of folks are being prevented from exercising their constitutional rights,” said Sukhatme, who established a free website, FreeOurVote.com, allowing felons to see if they are free of fines and fees." www.propublica.org/article/in-florida-the-gutting-of-a-landmark-law-leaves-few-felons-likely-to-vote

    Lissy LondonLissy London3 ヶ月 前
  • "and the worst state of all concerning this, and arguably everything else, is Florida." I support this message as a Floridian

    Morgan CarmichaelMorgan Carmichael3 ヶ月 前
  • RICK SCOTT IS STILL EVIL

    Douglas RutkowskiDouglas Rutkowski3 ヶ月 前
  • Lol

    Dilan DashDilan Dash3 ヶ月 前
  • One of the few things I fully agree with John Oliver on

    Taki PapadopoulosTaki Papadopoulos3 ヶ月 前
  • Can we please get an update on whether Leon Gillis, who is featured in this episode, ever got his voting rights restored in Florida? (from the 9:09 mark in video)

    Leah FLeah F4 ヶ月 前
  • Rick Scott at 5:15 looks like the grown-up National Enquirer Batboy.

    Alan WinterAlan Winter4 ヶ月 前
  • "You go to church?" Sir, I'm Muslim.

    Uthman BakshUthman Baksh4 ヶ月 前
  • A Federal court has ruled that the ex felons have to pay any court debts they may have before they can vote. Stop the voter suppression by paying off the court debts :wegotthevote.org/finesandfees/

    Michael CrumptonMichael Crumpton4 ヶ月 前
  • People can get their felonies pardoned by the governor you just have to wait a certain amount of time depending on what state you're in and once your felonies or pardons then you can vote.. It's not like some of these people can never vote for the rest of their lives I've met more than one person who's had a felony gotten it pardoned and then gotten all their rights back because of that

    Bern PriBern Pri4 ヶ月 前
  • it took me until 2:00 to realize this was about voting and not boating

    Santiago BarreraSantiago Barrera4 ヶ月 前
  • I'm so late to this game, but I can not get over how perfect the speaking to Florida transition is.

    Tim JohnstonTim Johnston4 ヶ月 前
  • Not allowing people the right to vote, if they were convicted of a felony is strange. First of all, there are only ever one of two bad choices who are generally similar in their policies, if not their rhetoric. Most people(myself included) tend to vote for the “lesser of two evils” or they vote against the candidate who they dislike more. Secondly, our elections are decided by the electoral college, not the popular vote with perhaps the exception of the occasional referendum. I’m also not sure who they’re afraid felons will be voting for. A few more votes for the Democrats? A few more votes for the Republicans? As far as I know, there’s no felony party that they can vote for. A party that wants to legalize crime. A party that wants to lie, cheat, and steal.....oh wait, there are two of them already. Who are they afraid will be elected by allowing former felons to vote? Once a person is convicted of a felony, and they serve their sentence, pay their fines and legal bills, attend rehab or anger management or whatever other requirements the court decides. At a certain point, a person has paid their dept to society and to not allow them to rejoin that society is inherently unfair and it ultimately teaches them that they are and forever will be outside of society. If that is the case, then why should they try to be a part of that society? Why work a crappy job for minimum wage when you can engage in illegal activities for far more money with far less work? Why should they bother paying taxes? As John mentioned, “no taxation without representation” was one of the earliest objections the original 13 colonies had to British rule. Ultimately, not allowing a felon a way to rejoin society tells them that there’s no way back and there’s no hope so, you might as well be a permanent criminal because there’s no place for you in the legitimate world......unless you can come up with the money to run for office.

    Matt RandazzoMatt Randazzo4 ヶ月 前
  • Is rape a felony?

    Somewhere UpthereSomewhere Upthere4 ヶ月 前
  • property crime is not non violent since taking my stuff by force is violence

    whhyyyyyyyyyywhhyyyyyyyyyy4 ヶ月 前
  • Side note: Convicted criminals do not lose their rights. This is very important because one of those rights is Eighth Amendment, which is summarized as follows: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” Note that all of these requirements are things you would specifically apply to criminals. Meaning if they lost their rights upon being convicted, the Eighth Amendment would be literally pointless instead of just being widely ignored by many courts in the US. (Bail can cost ridiculous sums of money, and psychology has long since developed to the point where solitary confinement is indisputably cruel, and subjecting people to the conditions in many prisons is cruel in and of itself, and would be unusual if not for the fact that one of the biggest issues was overcrowding, making it very common and not at all unusual.) Incarceration involves a very specific set of laws that defines what rights are suspended. In Canada, where I'm from, it's pretty much limited to freedoms of movement around the country, association, etc that are inherent in the act of incarceration. Indeed, our hard right wing types make a fuss every year because of the fact that Elections Canada sends a team out to every prison to collect the votes of the prisoners there, because why would you want a criminal's opinion. (Maybe because most criminals are people that have faced major socioeconomic problems and their support of the right politicians might help in reducing the number of people facing those problems before they reach the point where they're desperate enough to steal, lash out, or turn to drugs.) I'm no specialist in American law, but I would hazard a guess that the laws that actually define what rights are suspended when a felon is convicted of a crime are all written relative to the sentence that is handed down. That is, after all, the purpose of sentencing - to impose reasonable limits on the punishment of a crime such that they are proportional to the nature of the crime. (If you want to argue the purpose of sentencing, make sure you do the research on the history of criminal punishment first. There was a time when a thief's hand would be cut off, someone drunk and disorderly would be pressed into service doing hard labour on work crews or in the Navy. Go far enough back and you get to Hammurabi's Code which contains phrases like the following: "If a man destroy the eye of another man, they (those doing justice upon the criminal) shall destroy his eye." Meanwhile, in societies without solid legal codes defining punishments or easy ways for certain classes to avoid them, the solution would often be the murder of the guilty party, which in turn might lead to the family of the guilty party murdering someone from the original victim's family, and so on until you have massive feuds between the surviving members of extended families. Basically, look at the politics from Game of Thrones, and you get a good idea of how that kind of society operates: very poorly. Once you have a solid grasp on that context, then I'll listen to your explanation for what the purpose of sentencing is.

    rashkavarrashkavar4 ヶ月 前
  • Weirdest math project ever

    Enzo DeGregorioEnzo DeGregorio4 ヶ月 前
  • This is the reason I can never be a Republican. But I still can’t vote for Biden.

    Andrew FinnellAndrew Finnell4 ヶ月 前
  • why does it seem like everytime there's a story about something appalling, republicans are involved somehow

    oof oofoof oof4 ヶ月 前
  • Rick Scott is the uglier brother of Reverend Henry Kane from Poltergeist 2. #youreallgonnadieinthereyoureallgonnadiiiiiiiiie

    JohnJohn4 ヶ月 前
  • When you get out of jail you should get rights back. What the hell is wrong with Americans. Also Florida is so fucked up even Morceau than what I think of America

    kerry nichollskerry nicholls5 ヶ月 前
    • Stupid translator

      kerry nichollskerry nicholls5 ヶ月 前
  • How did I know it was florida

    DougDoug5 ヶ月 前
  • In my country only under extraordinary circumstances a person is disallowed voting. So even people in jail, murderers and other people one would consider “low life”, are able to vote. It’s simple: they are still human after all.

    Mar TijnMar Tijn5 ヶ月 前
  • www.pep.org/. cornbreadhustle.com/. www.ptk.org/reach-blog/2020/08/06/from-inmate-to-ivy-league/

    Alexander, name from the GodsAlexander, name from the Gods5 ヶ月 前
  • This was put into place to keep minorities from voting.

    Anthony GularteAnthony Gularte5 ヶ月 前
  • Dude, I'm white and the cops lied to add on charges. "ROE" Yeah? You want to tag that on? How can I resist or obstruct while I was handcuffed and then after I was restrained they fucking tazed me yelling "stop resisting" oh, by the way way, I was chillin in my backyard just having a beer... with a gun....on felony probation.... but if you saw your neighbor you've known for years and has always been the loveable kid, just sitting there minding his own business, why call the police, say your life is in danger? Yeah...and IM the criminal. Quit watching so many movies Zach Yester(s) Parents. Granted going to prison was the best thing to happen to me... so you can see how this gets complicated so quick. My dad's kind of old compared to me and he just had a stroke, they knew it and instead of coming over and talking to me, that's what they chose? You see how this gets so murky so quick? You see how everybody is right and wrong at different times? Oh yeah, this is my girlfriend's JPworlds account. My phone is disconnected right now cause guess what, nobody keeps a felon around at a job. Especially not now

    Tiffany LehnertTiffany Lehnert5 ヶ月 前
  • As we all know, the amendment did pass and what happened??? Absolutely nothing because our idiot governor, Ron DeSantis keeps fighting it in court. We are still disenfranchised!! And I do mean - WE as I (the white person you see in the photo) am a felon who is waiting for my right to vote to be restored. I served my time, I pay my restitution, I deserve equal representation.

    CAROLINE TRUDE-REDECAROLINE TRUDE-REDE5 ヶ月 前
  • And Rick Scott should be serving a felony prison sentence for the largest Medicare fraud. He's a criminal.

    MakeUSAGr8MakeUSAGr85 ヶ月 前
  • Someone people are to privileged to ever understand how easy it can be to caught up in that life

    chad Joneschad Jones5 ヶ月 前
  • that Florida governor just does that to make himself feel powerful. holding people's lives in their hands.

    once upon a dimeonce upon a dime5 ヶ月 前
  • This is weird to watch in 2020!

    Chris MoonChris Moon5 ヶ月 前
  • How is America the greatest country in the world?

    ErikErik5 ヶ月 前
  • i think rick scott denied that guy because the guy is black and rick scott is an old white guy who's probably really racist

    oof oofoof oof5 ヶ月 前
  • Fuck you rick scott! So, another reason not to go to florida lol

    Brian AdamsBrian Adams5 ヶ月 前
  • It REALLY bothered me when the one guy asked if they go to Church. That takes balls for a state official to ask that. Given the whole separation of Church and State. And what the hell does going to Church have to do with voting? What if they're Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Agnostic or Atheist? And the attitude they had was fucked up.

    DynaMikeDynaMike5 ヶ月 前
  • The only question you have to ask is "define what a right is" by definition it cannot be taken away

    whitmanryan1945whitmanryan19455 ヶ月 前
  • This was changed in November for non Floridians

    DavidDavid5 ヶ月 前
  • I can tell John never visits the south by the things that often surprise him

    Happy DudeHappy Dude6 ヶ月 前
  • As a Floridian who has tried to look into every possibility for having a charge on his record minimized to get his life on track (even just feel better about shit I didn't do and just plead to because my public defender hadn't even looked at my case) I can tell you 7-8 years isn't the case. They make you wait 10 years after your sentence is completed. I'm just glad the thing was a misdemeanor and the officer publicly shamed for falsifying information so I can use that whenever I want

    VeloxVelox6 ヶ月 前
  • 9669

    bloorp god of frogsbloorp god of frogs6 ヶ月 前
  • So if felons shouldn't be able to vote they should not have to pay taxes!! Why would you want there "dirty" money?? Remember that alot of felons pled guilty to a crime so that they don't face a much longer sentence and some are even innocent to begin with!!! It's the exact thing as when someone says "Did you vote? No? Well you don't get to complain"!! Really?? Then don't tax me because I pay taxes for Federal, State, County services and the salaries of those in government!!

    Champy El CaballoChampy El Caballo6 ヶ月 前
  • did you know that if they didn't commit felonious crimes. they would not be felons, do you want first and second degree murders, people charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to rob or steal, kidnappers, and criminal sexual conduct in the first degree to be voting?

    microwaved skittlezmicrowaved skittlez6 ヶ月 前
    • Were they sent to prison? did they serve their sentence and pay their debt to society? If so, THEN YES, LET THEM VOTE.

      Jon-Luc RobinsonJon-Luc Robinson5 ヶ月 前
    • If they paid their debt to society already it shouldn't matter what they did.

      juujuu6 ヶ月 前
  • Jason Daylon, man with baby is 100%. They are surprising the most educate on the subject....Taxation without representation.....

    Tony TrinidadTony Trinidad6 ヶ月 前
  • I couldn't vote for 7 years because I had an empty baggie with some residue of a crushed up Xanax. When I was 18, and had only been 18 for a month and a half. Seven years.

    Airborne RaccoonAirborne Raccoon6 ヶ月 前
  • The government are getting dangerously close to adopting China's social credit system which dictates what you are restricted to do such things such as voting, getting a bank account or using public transport. If you have a conviction, drink a little too much, smoke cigarettes or get behind on your Bill's your score goes down.

    Alan ConstantineAlan Constantine6 ヶ月 前
  • Why does John Oliver always make a *really* fucking good point

    Noah BowieNoah Bowie6 ヶ月 前
  • There just has to be some way to file and win a class action lawsuit right?

    OntalioOntalio6 ヶ月 前
  • I my contry, every adult has voting rights. Even prisoners who are serving a life sentence, has the right to vote from prison. We call it "DEMOCRACY"

    anders1621anders16216 ヶ月 前
  • This is just endlessly confusing to me. In my country you don’t lose your right to vote EVER, except for treason and terrorism, where you actively tried to undermine the state and its democracy. You can vote during your sentence and afterwards. That’s because voting is a human right and no matter what horrible thing you did that doesn’t strip you of your humanity. Otherwise no other law makes sense anymore. We could just do with prisoners whatever we wanted. Hell, we wouldn’t even need to imprison them anymore, just shoot them straight away. Glad this amendment passed!

    CloudCloud6 ヶ月 前
    • It's another tool republican used tried to prevent minorities from voting.

      silfumussilfumus6 ヶ月 前
  • "No taxation without representation."

    Gomez Monkey BoyGomez Monkey Boy6 ヶ月 前
  • America is really good at punishing people long after they've already done their time. I hope Rick Scott goes to jail someday and then the judge is all like "I COULD give you a lighter sentence...but I'm just not feeling it today."

    Leila PereiraLeila Pereira6 ヶ月 前
  • Robbery isn't something that just happens. I'd be fine with him not being allowed to vote.

    BSbragiBSbragi6 ヶ月 前
  • So did they turn it round ?

    TimStamperTimStamper7 ヶ月 前
  • 4:46 Isn't that the plot of Kobayashi's dragon maid

    A Cluster of GoatsA Cluster of Goats7 ヶ月 前
  • I go to the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption.

    DiabloMineroDiabloMinero7 ヶ月 前
  • go florida, go!

    Alex CioAlex Cio7 ヶ月 前
  • Shit, in my country PEOPLE IN PRISON can vote, save the ones already released

    AKAK7 ヶ月 前
  • As someone who’s been a victim of this disenfranchisement... Fuck that fish fucker!

    DMack4rmTheWestDMack4rmTheWest7 ヶ月 前
  • Don't commit felonies and problem solved. Dumbass

    dwight nixdwight nix7 ヶ月 前
  • This country is evil AF. So, what, we just don’t do assassinations anymore? Like FOR REAL, we just need knock these MF OFF!!! You can’t just deny someone’s civil rights just because you don’t feel like it and you’re not in the mood. These are people’s lives and livelihoods!!!

    LoveAndSnappleLoveAndSnapple7 ヶ月 前
  • They passed the amendment. Guess how many black Floridians will still be disenfranchised in 2020? That would be 1.4 million.

    Chris NadenChris Naden7 ヶ月 前
  • Imagine being imprisoned 50 years for small scale weed dealing and all you want to do is vote for politicians or bills that will fight to eliminate these draconian sentencing practices and all these idiots can say is "yOu bRoKe tHe lAw aNd dID a bAd tHiNg".

    JuniversalJuniversal7 ヶ月 前
  • Any update Florida?

    Nabil HouariNabil Houari7 ヶ月 前
  • I often wonder if John is watching tv and sees a funny moment and thinks “Im gonna somehow incorporate this into this week episode”

    Kelley HawleyKelley Hawley7 ヶ月 前
  • In Finland they even arrange for prisoners to vote. There's no way for a finnish citizen to lose they right to vote in Finland. And which country is more fucked up USA or Finland?

    Anja SundqvistAnja Sundqvist7 ヶ月 前
  • In Germany you can only be excluded from voting for a few years when you committed treason like trying to stage a coup d‘état or whistleblowing

    Jul79Jul797 ヶ月 前
  • It's simple really: If you pay taxes in a country you should be able to vote there. That's it. Nothing more to say about that subject.

    _Masko__Masko_7 ヶ月 前
  • Commit more crime. Go to prison more. When will lefties understand this.

    Psycho BergmuisPsycho Bergmuis7 ヶ月 前
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