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Video: John Oliver Very Unimpressed With Very Unimpressive Third Party Candidates

We've all been flung into a special kind of hell during this current election cycle (new slogan: "Lice On Rats On A Horse Corpse On Fire 2016"), so it's understandable a lot of people disenchanted with the two major parties (Giant Douche vs Turd Sandwich) have been looking toward third party candidates as viable options. Unfortunately, as John Oliver pointed out this weekend on Last Week Tonight, those third party candidates are somehow even worse.
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