Published: Tue, March 20, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Watch John Oliver Remind Us All of Mike Pence's Discriminatory Nature

Watch John Oliver Remind Us All of Mike Pence's Discriminatory Nature

The Last Week Tonight host took aim at Vice President Mike Pence Sunday night by releasing his own book about the Pence family's popular pet rabbit, Marlon Bundo. FOTF has a history of sponsoring gay conversion therapy programs disguised with names like "Love Won Out" and as recently as previous year Pence appeared before the organization to praise it.

Oliver spent much of the 20 minute segment regaling the audience with stories of Pence's perceived homophobia and sexism, which included Pence's support of evangelical Christian author James Dobson, founder of socially conservative Focus on the Family, and Pence's scorn toward the Disney film "Mulan", because it portrayed women in combat.

Oliver said that the book is already on sale on Amazon, or BetterBundoBook.com.

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The HBO host announced the release of "A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo" (now available on Amazon) on Sunday's "Last Week Tonight", during a deep dive into Pence's history of denying his support for gay conversion therapy - while openly praising and admiring the man behind Focus on the Family, an anti-LGBT organization that views homosexuality as a treatable illness.

Oliver's storybook was written by show writer Jill Twiss, with illustrations by EG Keller, and published by Chronicle Books.

In Oliver's version - the audio book of which features an impressive roster of voice overs, from Jim Parsons, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ellie Kemper, RuPaul, and John Lithgow - Pence's rabbit is gay.

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Last week, The Washington Post brought you news of "Marlon Bundo's A Day in the Life of the Vice President", the furry new tale about the real White House pet rabbit. "Now, none of us can enjoy a book about your rabbit-or can we?"

Oliver introduced the book, saying: "Now, there are a few small differences between the two books... This story is about me, because I'm very, very fun", an excerpt of the spoof Bundo book reads alongside a watercolor picture of the rabbit, clad in a multicolor bow tie, hula-hooping on the grounds of the vice president's residence.

A spokesperson for Regnery Publishing, which issued the Pences' book, called the parody "unfortunate".

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By buying the book, "you'd be doing a nice thing in a really dickish way-and isn't that the dream at the end of the day?" Even better, the proceeds from sales of A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo go to charity organizations The Trevor Project and AIDS United. "This is a sweet story about Marlon Bundo falling in love".

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