John Oliver called out the majority of Republicans and Fox News Sunday for failing to condemn Donald Trump's response to the Nazis that sparked chaos in Charlottesville earlier this month.
The "Last Week Tonight" host tore into Trump's bad week, calling out the president for claiming there were "very fine people" marching with the white supremacists at the "Unite the Right" rally.
"No, they weren't, and I'll tell you why: because if you are marching with white nationalists you are, by definition, not a very nice person," Oliver said. "Let me put it this way: If Malala Yousafzai had taken part in that rally, you'd have to say, 'OK, I guess Malala sucks now. I'm confused. I don't know why she's there. But Malala sucks, that's the only conclusion you can draw.'"
Oliver shared with the audience that just "around 54" of 292 Republicans called out the president by name when condemning his reaction to the rally. The HBO host concluded that "the problem with not mentioning him is that suggests that he is somehow not a key part of the problem here."
Lastly, Oliver slammed Fox News for the network's lack of condemnation as well. He played a clip of host Melissa Francis not only defending Trump, but breaking down into tears after saying she felt the president was being judged.
"Here's a tip," Oliver said. "If you're getting emotionally overwhelmed and feeling judged for defending Trump in his Nazi sympathizer phase, stop f-cking doing it! It's that simple. No one is making you do it."
And for those who saw last week as a turning point in the Trump administration, amid Trump's comments and the firing of Steve Bannon, Oliver made sure to point out that nothing will change until POTUS himself is out of office.
"We're not so much turning anymore as spinning. We are basically on a carousel that will not stop. We've vomited so much there's nothing left to throw up. And there's just no way to get off because an unstable, race-baiting carny is operating the controls. We're probably going to go through a lot more before Republicans ever decide to do anything. Because the hard truth here is that nothing is really going to change in the White House until one more person in that White House finally gets shown the f-cking door.'"