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Watch John Oliver Take a Raisin Shower to Make a Point About Political Scandals

September 26, 2016, 1:40 PM UTC
2015 Summer TCA Tour - 31st Annual Television Critics Association Awards
John Oliver accepts the TCA Award for Outstanding Achievement in News and Information for 'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver; via video at the 31st annual Television Critics Association Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 8, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
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This article originally appeared on Time.com.

Since Last Week Tonight has been on hiatus for a few weeks, John Oliver had some lost time to make up for in his coverage of the 2016 presidential election, or as he calls it, “the electoral equivalent of seeing someone puking so you start puking and then someone else puking and pretty soon everyone is puking 2016.”

Presidential elections have had scandals in the past, but the so-called scandals in this campaign have been so pronounced, according to Oliver, that fewer than half of Americans see Donald Trump as trustworthy, and just 36% see Hillary Clinton as worthy of trust.

See also: How to Watch Trump vs. Clinton in Monday’s Presidential Debate

To help any voters who are still on the fence between the candidates, Oliver helpfully walked viewers through the various scandals, including Benghazi, Clinton’s private email servers, the Clinton Foundation dealings, and the Swiss file transfer scandal, which Oliver made up simply to prove the point that, at this point in the election, people will believe anything.

Despite the scandals that have dogged Clinton’s campaign, Oliver still finds her vastly preferable to Trump, or as Oliver calls him “America’s wealthiest hemorrhoid.” According to Oliver, Trump is “quantifiably worse” than Clinton, and has a laundry list of scandals, lawsuits and low Politifact ranking to prove it.

Oliver noted it is “dangerous” to think there is an equal number of scandals on both sides, noting that: “Ethical failings in a politician are like raisins in a cookie — they shouldn’t be there, they disgust people — but most politicians have a few raisins.” He then took a raisin shower to prove his point.