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John Oliver slammed for woke criticism of NYPD's positive portrayal on Law & Order

“John Oliver must be evicted, one of Trump’s bigger failures,” wrote one Twitter user furious after the late night host’s criticism of the NYPD and his network presentation on Law & Order.

The night before the Primetime Emmy awards, British comedian and host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver, tore one of the most powerful men in his industry – Dick Wolf – over his complaint that the Law & Order franchise is too pro-cop. .

Oliver, 45, spent his entire Sunday night making fun of the long-running TV law enforcement franchise for consistently depicting police officers depicting criminal sex offenders as “good guys.”

Criticism of Oliver’s left-wing take on the extremely popular show arrived quickly and included personal and caustic insults against Oliver, as well as condemnations of his anti-police stance.

Journalist, actor and Twitter personality Ben Dreyfuss said of the pointed rant: “The writers of the John Oliver show are really running out of things to ‘destroy’.”

“Why aren’t the TV show’s protagonists incompetent and more corrupt?” Dreyfuss wrote, mocking Oliver’s criticism. “I mean, Law & Order only made one TV movie and the killer in that movie is one of the detectives who was a supporting character on the show for five years.”

One user wrote: ‘I’d rather glorify police than criminals…’

“A man from a country that is literally bursting at the seams spends all his time attacking the US,” wrote another.

Journalist Ben Dreyfuss hints that the removal of John Oliver's Law & Order may have been a little overzealous

Journalist Ben Dreyfuss hints that the removal of John Oliver’s Law & Order may have been a little overzealous

Oliver spent Sunday night's episode of Last Week Tonight criticizing the long-running TV crime drama Law & Order for its positive portrayal of police officers

Oliver spent Sunday night's episode of Last Week Tonight criticizing the long-running TV crime drama Law & Order for its positive portrayal of police officers

Oliver spent Sunday night’s episode of Last Week Tonight criticizing the long-running TV crime drama Law & Order for its positive portrayal of police officers

The online public was quick to criticize Oliver's crusade against Law & Order and the police

The online public was quick to criticize Oliver's crusade against Law & Order and the police

The online public was quick to criticize Oliver’s crusade against Law & Order and the police

Some were unimpressed by the left-wing slant of Oliver's argument

Some were unimpressed by the left-wing slant of Oliver's argument

Some were unimpressed by the left-wing slant of Oliver’s argument

A third argued that the NYPD “should be glorified.”

“They are the only ones to prevent the city from falling into total chaos. If you get robbed late at night, don’t call John Oliver,” he added.

“I want to know what neighborhood John lives in… Hmmm. for some reason I think there are plenty of cops around that he would call in a heartbeat. These guys, like Oliver, only get these jobs because they’re left-wing. It really is that simple. An impostor,’ wrote a fourth, apparently outraged by Oliver’s predictably alert attitude on the matter.

In fact, Oliver reportedly lives in a $10 million 4-bedroom penthouse on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, an area widely regarded as one of the safest in New York City. Other than the point, maybe Oliver is also… Reportedly employed a Donald Trump-created tax evader, whom he wholeheartedly criticized from his platform, for trying to palatial apartment.

Dick Wolf, 75, is the executive producer of Law & Order, which premiered in 1990 and continues to air today

Dick Wolf, 75, is the executive producer of Law & Order, which premiered in 1990 and continues to air today

Dick Wolf, 75, is the executive producer of Law & Order, which premiered in 1990 and continues to air today

One user was strong enough about Oliver's anti-Law & Order, anti-police argument that he promoted the idea of ​​deporting Oliver

One user was strong enough about Oliver's anti-Law & Order, anti-police argument that he promoted the idea of ​​deporting Oliver

One user was strong enough about Oliver’s anti-Law & Order, anti-police argument that he promoted the idea of ​​deporting Oliver

Other users acknowledged that at a time when crime is on the rise, the police should be valued above all, regardless of one's political affiliation

Other users acknowledged that at a time when crime is on the rise, the police should be valued above all, regardless of one's political affiliation

Other users acknowledged that at a time when crime is on the rise, the police should be valued above all, regardless of one’s political affiliation

A user scolded Oliver for criticizing the US television and law enforcement landscape, while major problems are brewing in his home country

A user scolded Oliver for criticizing the US television and law enforcement landscape, while major problems are brewing in his home country

A user scolded Oliver for criticizing the US television and law enforcement landscape, while major problems are brewing in his home country

Oliver told his audience that Dick Wolf, the famed executive producer of Law & Order: SVU, and father of the franchise, maintains a “close behind-the-scenes relationship with the NYPD, employs officers as advisors and boasts of the access he’s given.” had. ‘

Law & Order will never deal with the realities of police work in any meaningful way. Because essentially Dick Wolf is the person in charge of Law & Order and his brand, and he knows exactly what he wants his shows to do and, most importantly, not do,” Oliver said.

He also claimed that Wolf knows that viewers of the show wouldn’t be happy with the police being portrayed chasing offenders of color, which is why the bad guys in the show are so often old, white men.

Oliver insists the show will never “meanly grapple with the realities of police work.”

Some observers of the play disagreed with the substance of Oliver’s argument because of the rising crime rates in New York City and most cities in the US.

“With crime and violence on the rise, everyone in NYC (liberal and conservative) wants more police presence,” Addie Shepherd wrote on Twitter.

Oliver himself lives in a palatial apartment in what is considered an extremely safe part of Manhattan.  Crime is low and policing is strong in the Upper West Side

Oliver himself lives in a palatial apartment in what is considered an extremely safe part of Manhattan.  Crime is low and policing is strong in the Upper West Side

Oliver himself lives in a palatial apartment in what is considered an extremely safe part of Manhattan. Crime is low and policing is strong in the Upper West Side

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