John Oliver's Take On Brexit Is Both Hilarious And Brutal

As ever, he's pulling no punches.

America has enough on its Fake Bake-stained political plate at the moment without Brexit to deal with - but if anybody's going to dive head first into a contentious hot topic, it's Last Week Tonight host John Oliver.

Last night, the Brit abroad launched into a scathing and typically hilarious attack on the Brexit movement, taking aim at Boris Johnson ("the look and insight of Bam Bam from the Flinstones"), Nigel Farage, and the scaremongering rhetoric that fuels their arguments.

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Bar a song in the closing moments entitled 'F*ck you European Union', it's a predictably one-sided affair, and we highly suggest you check out our slightly more balanced account of today's Brexit debate.

He finishes with the argument that Britain would be "batsh*t crazy" to leave the EU, but if he actually wanted us to think that, would he really notify us to the existence of the mortifying official EU anthem music video at 12:35?

No. No he would not. Is John Oliver a sleeper agent? A false flag? Whatever the answer, we simply cannot have anything to do with that music video.

What do you think?

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