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John Oliver returns to brutally roast Josh Hawley over escaping Jan. 6 video

After a month’s absence — and two Emmy nominations — John Oliver returned to the desk at Last week tonight on Sunday to tease the week’s grifters and clowns.

The last time we saw him, he was going after the Democratic leadership for its lackluster response to the coup Roe v. calfincluding Nancy Pelosi reciting a poem and a House Representative doing yoga in his office.

In this week’s edition, Oliver squared off against Josh Hawley, the ineffective Missouri GOP senator who clenched his fist against the Jan. 6 riots to anger them. On Thursday, the Jan. 6 committee unveiled footage of Hawley scrambling for safety as the people he had incited that day stormed the Capitol.

“That is painful embarrassing,” a giddy Oliver exclaimed. “That’s the gait of a man who has either just started a riot that’s about to break out, or had a large iced coffee forty-five minutes ago. Either way, those legs are screaming, I made a big mistake.”

Former DC police officer Michael Fanone, who was injured by rioters on January 6, said of the Hawley video: “The first thought that came to my mind was, ‘Josh Hawley is a bitch. And he ran like a bitch.’”

“Well, I personally wouldn’t say that. I would say Josh Hawley is a dog who ran like a chihuahua and desperately tried to keep up with her owner on an easy walk. But, you know what? To each his own.”

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