Coronavirus IX: Evictions: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) 

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With evictions set to rise due to the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus, John Oliver discusses the long struggle with housing in the US, why it’s gotten worse in recent months, and how to prevent an escalating crisis.
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Dayon Mage
Dayon Mage 23 hours ago
Samuel Porter
Samuel Porter 7 days ago
$15,000,000 gone in approximately 90 minutes. That's approximately $2,800 a second. #IDoesTheMath
M Walker
M Walker 8 days ago
We already have a homeless crisis in this country. The fact that it is not acknowledged and nobody cares is just more evidence of how broken our society and government are.
Dea Carey
Dea Carey 9 days ago
I am beyond blessed that, even though my finances are incredibly tight due to months of underemployment, I STILL HAVE MY HOUSE. This isn't true for many people, and that fact is incredibly shameful for a "developed" nation.
roverts bob
roverts bob 10 days ago
the US:"so hear me out, we want you staying at home because there's a full blown pandemic out there but at the same time we're kicking you all out of your homes so y'know, tough luck out there!!''
M. Collier
M. Collier 14 days ago
So what are landlords supposed to do when the bank comes calling for their mortgage payment... or property taxes are due? Everyone is such a bleeding heart when its a dead beat family that doesn't pay their bills... but turn savage when the person who saved and earned money to invest, expects to be paid for allowing people to live in HIS PROPERTY! Yeah I'm a landlord... but I only have 2 units.... and the struggle to find someone, to rent to, that isn't a lying sack of shit and a complete scumbag is tough. You renters know it too... you smoke, drink and party... get tattoos and then complain when rent is due that you "can't pay"... "things are really tough", "I cant even put gas in my car", etc. etc. blah blah blah. When my wife and I were newlyweds (18 years ago) with a new child... I worked full time at a shitty job being paid $12.50 /hr. and I paid ALL my bills, including my rent ON TIME, EVERY TIME! PS. Yes... there are good people out there that arent scumbags that because of COVID arent able to pay rent... and I do sympathize with them... and delaying rent / evictions is a good idea.... IF the banks aren't allowed to demand payment from the landlord... or the gov. isnt gonna demand property tax.
M. Collier
M. Collier 10 days ago
@xlylegaman I did... I'm having no problems...I'm thinking about other people. You see... I'm not a self centered asswipe like you.. I can remove myself from a situation and look at it objectively.
xlylegaman 10 days ago
poor baby, and just like landlords told renters they should have saved for a rainy day, guess you should have been able to as well.
M. Collier
M. Collier 14 days ago
Wanna bet John still doesn't have a PS5?
Bill Weeks
Bill Weeks 14 days ago
"No evictions", talk about bait-and-switch.
Bill Weeks
Bill Weeks 14 days ago
And yet when you apply for health insurance they don't give a crap about how much of your income goes to just staying alive.
Bill Weeks
Bill Weeks 14 days ago
Still don't believe in "the great reset"?
Klydewitha K
Klydewitha K 17 days ago
4:37 TRUE, I'm a gamer and I get it!
Henrik Vaula Rasmussen
Not one peep about mom and pop landlords with lazy people taking advantage of the rent freeze. The market is way better suited than government at finding solutions to people who can't afford rent.
Caitie 15 days ago
Get bent tbh
Derrick Stinoski
Derrick Stinoski 21 day ago
😂 this guy tho
thetwinkleturnip 23 days ago
Landlords are shooting themselves in the foot. They're going to need to fill these apartments, and if they don't rent to people with eviction history, it will be difficult to do so. Furthermore there will be no way to determine who is a bad renter and was evicted, and who is not. Typical landlord lack of foresight, really.
Thomas Norman
Thomas Norman 23 days ago
Please don't stop watching and please don't stop caring. We hold the power...
T Lindsay
T Lindsay 25 days ago
The amount of respect I have lost for your work after finding out you’re associated with the next for autism event is astronomical. If you can’t do the one google search it takes to listen to autistic voices on this matter, then I dont trust you to properly research your stories. Nothing about us, without us!
VaMa 28 days ago
Dayum, good thing i live in europe, czech rep.
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Ashley Korn
Ashley Korn Month ago
Why do we keep voting these people in?? Mitch was just reelected and its the peoples own fault. We oviously dont learn from the past. Plus why is an OLD man making choices for us? All these people are dinosaurs yet they are making all these choices for us. They are sooo outta touch its not even funny.
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mario yu Month ago
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Goodbrew84 Month ago
This is what I never understood about the way the bail outs were done. Person owes bank $1000. Bank is missing $1000. Person and bank struggling. Government gives bank $1000. Person still in debt. Bank fine. Why not give person $1000 to give to bank and then everyone fine?
David L
David L Month ago
The argument was to make it more holistic not just “cancel rent” like wtf! There are many small property owners (maybe renting out their 2nd home) w mortgages and if you don’t pay rent, that’s the mortgage. There’s forbearance but no mortgage payments forgiveness. People are going through a tough time but passing the buck it’s not the solution. Government should’ve stepped in and help not just give trillions to corporate America to still lay off people.
Mark Ironside
Mark Ironside Month ago
Gotta give it to John for keeping the show going during the pandemic
Lauren M
Lauren M Month ago
america is going to become a third world country damn
Daniel Zapata Moreno
magikarp jokes!!! more of that
Asher Moghan
Asher Moghan Month ago
Half their income on housing. Even 70 percent. We in greece laugh at you thats our whole life😂
Top OfTheLine
Top OfTheLine Month ago
I don't think I heard anybody bring up the fact that why is this lady living in Canada that has properties in the US I don't think you should be allowed to do that
ah24787154 Month ago
John oliver doesn't know what pokemon is.
Earl FromIpanema
Eviction is awful. And I'm sure most landlords didn't feel good about evicting people during a pandemic when so many people are out of work. But the landlords have expenses to pay too. It's so sad. Nobody should be at risk of being homeless due to circumstances beyond their control. And a big thank you to that man for waiving the rent for all of his tenants. Much respect 👊
Adam G
Adam G Month ago
well good news , for the first time in a century working families got a bit of a bailout
Mark van Es
Mark van Es 2 months ago
Lynching white republican senators is sounding more worth it by the second.
ghostrider 077
ghostrider 077 2 months ago
The best part of this video is that John admitted he is not only a gamer, but a Play Station homie as well
Rebeka Lánská
Rebeka Lánská 2 months ago
rent is such a weird concept
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
Its monstrous.
Sir Clifford Drake Malcolm Jackson
Its crazy that the amount people will spend on a single player for a single year on 1 playeron an NFL team is the same amount theyll spend on like the ENTIRE STATE that needs rental help!! Or making a new stadium or anything! I just barel y started thinking about this in those terms but when i heard 15 million dollars was spent in 90 minu t es on this it blew my mind!! Thats SO NOT RIGHT!! It wouldnt even be a great player!!
Sir Clifford Drake Malcolm Jackson
Michael bowman @ 10:35 looks straight up like a movie villain!! On the computer screen trying to get a ransom payment!! Its just crazy that he is a REAL LIFE villain!! What a slimeball piece of garbage!! I dont want hkm hurt, necessarily but i would LOVE IT if he had to deal with anything that his tenants had to deal witn!!
Koen Diepen, van
Koen Diepen, van 2 months ago
Since most US politicians spend most of thier time gathering funds. They can't handle a crisis. They don't have time.
Juan Hernandez
Juan Hernandez 2 months ago
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Its me or whatever
Its me or whatever 2 months ago
Here's the solution for renters: Government pays everyones rent for a year
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
@Its me or whatever oh god, at least they have an excuse to be oblivious about sociological issues, like drug abuse. What's your excuse?
Its me or whatever
@Anton Back Maybe you'd enjoy s-cking em off, princess welfare? :) They'd be happy to pay you I'm sure. Share the love, right? Help thy neighbors? I have tons of compassion for those who deserve it. My neighbors who do meth, abuse each other and their kids, steal and lie and catch the place on fire... yeeeeah, sure hope they dont hurl themselves off a bridge into traffic. That'd be tragic.
Its me or whatever
@Anton Back lol, shut up. They all do f-cking meth, lmao. And i make less money than them.
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
@Its me or whatever yes, very elitist. The sociological problems that make them "trashy" wouldn't be there if they weren't kept poor by rents, health insurance, crippling dept... And so on. I'm sorry you don't have compassion for people you deem lower class than yourself.
Its me or whatever
@Anton Back Yeah, I don't want my neighbors living next to me for free forever. They are trashy enough as is, imagine if they didn't have to pay to be able to live here.
Seano Mac
Seano Mac 2 months ago
How can we sit and blame the landlords in this situation? They still have to pay their mortgage, taxes, water and sewer but then tell them they have no way to collect rent!! We should have told the banks to go screw and stop mortgages, car payments and interest on all credit cards!!! It was more important to protect the banks over the American people!!!!
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
You make a good point. But as Taylor said, I don't need to feel sorry for parasites who make their living by owning stuff.
Thiefnuker 2 months ago
When he said "drastic measures" I thought they wanted to hang the owners or landlords or at least seize the property, not a basic strike lol.
J Robb
J Robb 2 months ago
Omg thank you!! I needed a break from hearing about politicians (and I know it’s referenced - I just mean entire stories and news pieces about left or right)
Phillip Walklett
Phillip Walklett 2 months ago
Mario the landlord,,,, I bow before you ,,,, you are one cool guy. !!
Kalergi Toonces
Kalergi Toonces 2 months ago
There is a reason that whenever social order breaks down the first ones that hang are the landlords
MCPunk55 2 months ago
"Fifteen million dollars to help folk pay their rent aaaaaaannnnddd it's gone!"
MCPunk55 2 months ago
Capitalism: Violating your rights, one at a time.
Teirdalin 2 months ago
Our house burned down over here in the fires last September in Oregon. Pretty bad past couple of years.
Lauren Spenla-Woodruff
I inherited a house, and its empty, I'd love to help someone out, but there's no way of knowing how to help or find the legal way of helping without liability or utility costs...
Origami and Cats
Origami and Cats 2 months ago
Not every landlord is a huge corporation. They may only manage a few properties and will not be able to keep up the property. The people we elect to represent us rarely do. They are generally self-serving and , mediocre managers even at the best of times.
Lindsay Johnston
Lindsay Johnston 2 months ago
States or Fed should allow Property owners to apply for interest free loans
Talyah R
Talyah R 2 months ago
John's shoutout to Horizon made me love him so much more 💘
Ben Danforth
Ben Danforth 2 months ago
I love how confident John is when he makes his video game jokes; even though he probably had to have half of them explained to him. A++ performance!
Cioda 2 months ago
John Oliver should really avoid video game jokes. He just cant pull them off.
Zheng 2 months ago
As much as I love this show, this particular segment fails to highlight that, while there are probably more bad landlords than good ones, property owners are hemorrhaging money while tenants cannot pay rent. Owning rental property comes with a lot of fees and a lot of owners are still paying mortgage on those properties. Not every landlord is a money-grubbing elite. A lot of them are modest people who cannot afford to go without collecting rent, which can lead to debt and no source of income. Many are older folks who have retired and would be forced to find some kind of work to support themselves.
Oi! the Tresen
Oi! the Tresen 2 months ago
Landlords should get lined up and shot. Besides the jumpsuit guy. He's cool.
Abe Teme
Abe Teme 2 months ago
Then have their property seized by the government which will demolish their homes, kick out the residents, sell the land to developers to fund an extra drone, kill some kids in Yemen, and pay officials to shout down the wealthy pig who dares rent out an attic?
The Trashcan
The Trashcan 2 months ago
Reminder that all landlords are bastards and rent seeking is an immoral, predatory practice. Housing is a human right.
Slapstick Genius
Slapstick Genius 2 months ago
New Zealand and Australia, though not perfect, are far better. As is Vietnam.
MissKK660 2 months ago
I think people forget that alot of these folks are struggling with shitty low wages to begin with and are barely getting by. People just love to shit on poor folks. Their out here working and paying taxes, (more than rich people technically) and use assistance to eat and people attack them like their lazy. It's really absurd. People complaining about being house bound all the last year should be grateful they have homes, food and internet to watch this.
Senior Whoopy IRL
Senior Whoopy IRL 3 months ago
Nezeph 3 months ago
Landlords aren't particularly rich either, some of those people are bad business people that are making maybe $100 in profit a month. The government should've stopped banks from collecting on mortgages first especially since they preach so much about small business. Of course some landlords are going to freak out, they aren't just in danger of losing their rental home but the bankruptcy could also put them on the street. Other landlords are just scummy morons and I hope their tenants continue to not pay and can save their money to find a better place.
Imre Bertalan
Imre Bertalan 3 months ago
4:54 - Welcome to the real world USA! In Hungary, this is the situation since the 2000s. If you are alone, then 60% of your salary goes away for a shitty rent.
Plumikii Ryu
Plumikii Ryu 3 months ago
Please Do A Piece on Michael Jackson Hi, I’m writing to you because Last Week Tonight as opposed to other such shows actually cares about issues rather than chasing the headlines. It has been 11 years since Michael Jackson passed away yet to this day what the common consensus is that he is a taboo subject for many. I recall you guys once did a piece on Public Shaming. Michael Jackson was a genius, an abused child. He was strange. He was one of the few major stars from the 80s who came out of the 80s without a heroine addiction. He in his own way did many, Many strange things, but so do most other superstars. And more than others he actually cared. About children, about the earth. About the issues we are discussing to this day. While Icons like Freddy Mercury, Elvis Pressley, Prince, Beetles and many more are known for their good works, Michael is known for the something which he has repeatedly been acquitted for. It’s the truth that anyone looking for will find instantly but due to the “where there is smoke there is a fire” narrative, even 11 years after his death, the new media treats him like a criminal. All his trial pages are open for the public to read. He WAS weird. Making a ranch called neverland, hanging out with children. Trusting people he shouldn’t. But I urge you please cover him, hear beyond the noise like you guys often do. The most successful African American Artist of all time was a humble man child, who respected women, loved children and cared about our environment. He was not a heroine junkie, a private man who did not share his disease even all the way back in 1993 even though he was accused of wanting to become a “White Man”. He was eccentric. Hanging out with animals and caring about them. theobjectivestandard.com/2020/02/justice-for-michael-jackson/ This article covers multiple sources, some of which I had read previously. Michael Jackson was a multi talented millionaire pop star, who was not an alcoholic, was a caring father, a filial son, Treated women with respect, cared about the planet and it’s beings. The press that constantly kept DASHING him, had found a way to subvert their guilt. All those years of calling him a “Jacko”, “monkey” and many more hurtful things was justified if he was a paedophile. They NEEDED him to be guilty. Such a man cannot exist in Hollywood. Such public shaming had allowed and to this day allows Michael to be a victim to all this slander. Please do a piece, if not one that exonerates him then one that once and for all cements the fact the Michael Jackson, the greatest pop star, the first African American Idol was a paedophile. Not through unknown sources or flimsy headlines but through concrete proof. A news echoing in a closed chamber will not reach anyone, most fans who what to know the truth know it, other people will read the headlines but not the explanations. It’s about time the general public knows. Please do a piece on Michael, the blatant mistreatment by the media, The systematic racism he faced during his trials. Please don’t let the first African American Singer be remembered for the things he did not do, He was weird, weird enough to annoy Freddy Mercury with Bubbles feedbacks, weird enough to let kids crack raw eggs over Michael Jackson, Weird enough to play water balloons with children. But he was not a paedophile and the world needs to acknowledge that. He was in no way a “Perfect Human” but he tried his best to live right and we should not punish him for doing that. On this year please exonerate this Black man, the Justice System has done it two decades ago, it’s about time everyone else does. Please do a piece on Michael Jackson. #spreadtheawareness #justiceformichael #hedeservedbetter
Stevie 2 months ago
drop it.
shrimp19921 3 months ago
So what happens when the person that actually owns the home also runs out of money?
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
@Taylor Reeves oh, and yeah, I rent too. I would love to own an apartment instead, but I'm not worth nearly enough. Meanwhile, my landlord goes on skiing vacations in northern Sweden on the rent she extrorts from me every month.
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
@Taylor Reeves well my point was that the person who buys the property is likely to be just another landlord. I don't know about you, but I'm not really a player in this game of monopoly, the people with all the properties and who control the housing market already owned it all before I was born, and they don't care about me to begin with. They care about their property appreciating in value, and gaining profit from it.
Anton Back
Anton Back Month ago
@Taylor Reeves its taken by the bank, who will likely sell it to someone they deem rich enough to pay them, and who is therefore also likely to be an even more evil piece of garbage than the previous owner. Owning buildings other than the one you live or work in shouldn't even be possible to begin with.
Christophe B
Christophe B 3 months ago
Its also surprising more expensive overall when people get evicted esp with kids. the renter will prob lose their job cuz you need a place to keep a job. and need to find homes of the kids and then their are more cost to other services like more homeless and and more emergency services. Just like the flint water crisis it is(would) be cheaper to just spend the money upfront rather than save money now and pay much more later to fix the problems caused. Also I have no sympathy for the landlords that depend on majority or all of their tenants rent to pay their mortgage.
Richard Haighway
Richard Haighway 3 months ago
As a Canadian im sorry.
Bieph 3 months ago
RIP Larry
Ilovedoggie 3 months ago
He's awesome. More. Landlord like him would be great...instead of my property management company who's charging us $200 a month for late fees
Tim Affoo
Tim Affoo 3 months ago
that Larry King joke didnt age well :(
Outlaw renting, take the property from landlords, imprison landlords who refuse. They can get a job beyond buying a building before you can and holding that over your head.
dog 3 months ago
Landlords. The rot to society that keeps on growing.
benjamin reed
benjamin reed 3 months ago
Bilguun Tserenbadral
8:00 An unsang hero. Light of happyness.
Aidan Benson
Aidan Benson 3 months ago
#JusticeForZaraKay #JusticeForZara #StandUpForZaraKay
Deadbrother 3 months ago
My only take away is that landlords are fucking leeches. Their generosity doesn't erase their parasitic status.
Devin Abraham
Devin Abraham 3 months ago
If they don't want to pay rent, they shouldn't have made a contract.
Devin Abraham
Devin Abraham 3 months ago
@The Viewer I don't. However, if you do, that sounds like a you problem that you shouldn't be attempting to project onto other people.
Devin Abraham
Devin Abraham 3 months ago
@Andrew Carr Not at all. It's a simple way of saying: 'If you weren't going to honor your word, don't sign on the dotted line." If you believe that all poor people should live on the streets, that's a you problem. Don't project your problems onto me.
The Viewer
The Viewer 3 months ago
Just admit you hate poor people.
Andrew Carr
Andrew Carr 3 months ago
What a simple way of saying "all poor people should live on the streets".
Nathan 4 months ago
Fun fact Adam Smith, often credited as the "Father of Capitalism" thought that landlords should be outlawed, since they produce nothing of value but still earn money. "the landlords… love to reap where they have never sowed, and demand a rent even for its natural produce." - Adam Smith
broke_AF_ Games
broke_AF_ Games 4 months ago
In Canada (Atleast Ontario) you pretty much cant evict people...doing so is already hard enough here, but now you pretty much can't do it, now people are taking advantage. it's really unfortunate. There is no good way to handle this, but I would say how things are being handled in the states is greatly unfortunate and hope things have gotten better
Samuel Rosander
Samuel Rosander 4 months ago
The very first part of the segment needs to be restated again and again: rents have gone up much faster than wages. We need to look at why that is, and then figure out how to change that fact. The problems need to be understood before they can be addressed. Trouble is, there is so much money invested in having us not even be able to look at them that it's unlikely that there will be any concerted effort to change. After all, as conservatives love to say, "you should be thankful just to have a job," and whenever that's the case, you can bet that widespread and deep economic hardship is a fact of life.
Virtual Liaison
Virtual Liaison 4 months ago
There was already a homelessness crisis.
Noah Gray
Noah Gray 4 months ago
"That foursome could use some time on the street." ...Hitler spent time homeless and some think that may have contributed to his hatred of, well pretty much everyone.
UhOh Subtitles
UhOh Subtitles 4 months ago
i like this guy.
Joe Weis
Joe Weis 4 months ago
apackofhoboes 4 months ago
And this proves that landlords don't serve a purpose in modern society other than to perpetuate modern serfdom.
Ruger Shooter
Ruger Shooter 4 months ago
Seems people don't understand that landlords have bills piling up too......some landlords have a job that is their main source of income, but now it's gone, rent is the only thing feeding them.......and you want to tell them that they shouldn't try to get a paying tenant. You throw out statistics saying one group over another gets evicted........ didn't say a word about why So far the bills out of the house concerning rent payment work like this......landlord must enter into a contract with HUD, once HUD is in the door they can come around and make up stuff to find you, their fines will quickly pay them back for the rent(10 fold) Now you decide you must get out because being a landlord under contract with HUD is going to bankrupt you.......now you must sell to HUD at what they call fair market value........no thanks, and thankfully the senate has voted this socialism maker down and I don't have to tell my tenants I'm not entering into HUD contract. In 2010, if somebody got fired, couldn't pay rent, would have been acceptable to evict them? or should they be allowed to stay rent free?
Ruger Shooter
Ruger Shooter 2 months ago
@Taylor Reeves what answer??????? Since you're not going to tell me how you think it should work let's see if you can answer questions that might get us to understand you Who should own the property that I rent out? And how does it become their property? 2 simple questions, can she do it
Ruger Shooter
Ruger Shooter 2 months ago
@Taylor Reeves again, you tell me how it should work....... I'm still waiting for your solution
Ruger Shooter
Ruger Shooter 2 months ago
@Taylor Reeves HELLO........still waiting
Ruger Shooter
Ruger Shooter 2 months ago
@Taylor Reeves again, I ask for you to tell me how it should work
Ruger Shooter
Ruger Shooter 2 months ago
@Taylor Reeves you tell me how it should work
Sanae LOUIZ 4 months ago
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Jekyllstein Gray
Jekyllstein Gray 4 months ago
Landlords do nothing to benefit society. All they do is own things and charge others to use the things they own.
flashtu 4 months ago
I Hope John ist sitting at Home now and plays his PS5 😁
Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts 4 months ago
You make it sound like every landlord is an evil rich person/corporation that can just pay endless mortgage payments without income. Most landlords do not own the houses they rent. They have a mortgage. Some of them are rich people and big evil corporations, and some are disabled individuals like myself running a small business. If my tenants don't pay the rent, I can't pay the mortgage, and if that happens they will be evicted for sure. I am not rich, I drive a 20 year old truck, and I live in a small house...all of my tenants have nicer cars than me, and mostly nicer stuff in general. Some of them make more money than I do!
Chad Waller
Chad Waller 4 months ago
The government doesn't have the authority to step in and say renters don't owe their rent. That's a private contract between landlord and tenant.
Joe Cannabyte
Joe Cannabyte 4 months ago
My rainy day came when an IED hit my vehicle and my men and i were attacked. My eye was gone and my legs and left arm were jmshredded by human bones that were turned into shrapnel by the man next to me. A friend and brother. We were upside down two behind me were down and the truck behind me was laying down fire. I realised then i had been hit by ak-47 fire and my men were taking fire. I cut myself loose took 5 more rounds geared up tho i was. Anyway. Managed to get my beretta clear and fired back and did my duty and what i was trainrd to do. It was a massive haze. I took down three hostiles that had closed in and had the four of us dead if i did nothing and somehow with a cracked egg and fucked eye i managed to stay alive. And keep 2 of 4 alive Wish id done better Anyway im better..not what i used to be. But arangers lead the way. And i do good work. But j need my meds and physical and mental health therapy i do high risk gigs and work.as.backup in proper risk pi and the occasional bounty deal. It strained the shit out of me lately snd the closer i head to 40 the older i fee. The VA KEEPA FUCKING ME.AND MILLIONS OUT OF OUR AID. .fucking keyboard in this phone lol. Look. I can't support my family if i slow down any more ..so i need better care.so i go outside of the system..becomes out.of.pocket.
Austin Bell
Austin Bell 4 months ago
That landlords name is Scott. He’s a dick
Lapis Lazarus
Lapis Lazarus 4 months ago
What I'm curious about, when all these people are evicted, who is going to rent the place? Nobody else has any money either.
Bradley Toccata
Bradley Toccata 4 months ago
My only question is what about the landlords who don’t own their homes outright? Do they have a moratorium on their mortgage? Cause if not then I understand why they need to keep collecting.
Collins Sotryn
Collins Sotryn 4 months ago
1:51 Nah man you keep that magikarp to get that Gyrados
Princess & Prince Obama 👑
My heart breaks for the young woman and her young son. Life is so bloody cruel
somedeveloperblokey 4 months ago
Eat the rich* ... But make sure you cook them thoroughly first, to remove all parasites.
Aaron Kamel
Aaron Kamel 4 months ago
On the devil's defense, property owners also need to pay taxes, possibly loans and well... bills, maybe they do deserve a bit of listenning?
Donnie Shue
Donnie Shue 4 months ago
It is now December 26th. Covid relief today waits on a lame duck president who is playing golf. GOP refuses to increase payments. Unemployment enhancements end for many today. Evictions will begin soon. We have been reeling for almost a year with an actual worldwide plague. Now imagine most renters and many homeowners on the street. In January. With their kids. How many more cases of Covid will happen because of the exposure. Not to mention common sicknesses,frostbite,hypothermia and literally freezing to death. Watch the crime rates rocket with so many starving people. How many 'trespassers' sleeping in the woods and fields will be shot by the 2nd Amendment fanatics? For that matter how many homegrown terrorists will use this disaster to destroy and revolt? Yesterday an RV blew up and took out an AT&T hub,knocking out communications and grounding planes. I've wandered from the topic but look at what has occurred since this segment. This is the 08 crisis on meth. With clowns,fireworks and an insane ringmaster.
Mike'sManCave 4 months ago
Mitch McConnell looks non-human
AnHRTBus 4 months ago
@4:30 @LastWeekTonight so I know since you brought up the PS5 you're going to make a segment on Scalpers when the show comes back right?
Adela Hogarth
Adela Hogarth 4 months ago
Shoot every landlord. Why else does America have all those guns for?