With the FIFA scandal currently ripping apart world soccer’s governing body, British comedian John Oliver has taken it upon himself to try and sort out a few individuals embroiled in the scandal.
Disgraced former FIFA vice president and president of CONCACAF Jack Warner has denied all the charges against him so far, despite being indicted by the FBI for several counts of corruption and wanted by Interpol.
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Warner, 72, has been rather outspoken from his home in Trinidad and Tobago, as he’s bought air time on national TV station TV6 to warn the world that there is an “avalanche” of evidence coming from him that there’s been plenty of corruption from others at FIFA… but not by him.
Anyway, below is a video of Oliver who himself decided to buy a slot on TV6 to address the good people of Trinidad and Tobago as he tries to get a message across to Warner. Oliver’s near five-minute long segment was called: “The Mittens of Disapproval Are On.”
I’m just going to leave this here…