WWE Superstars clash with 'The Daily Show' Summer host John Oliver over immigration on Twitter
Using Colter’s controversial mentorship of Antonio Cesaro (and Michael Cole and JBL revealing that Colter has a problem with the British-born Oliver himself) as a springboard, Oliver unleashed his inner Superstar and gave a monologue of his own. Tearing his jacket sleeves off to reveal a pair of 4-inch pythons and sporting a toy WWE Championship, Oliver blasted Colter's politics with the help of none other than WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley.
“Immigrants do our toughest, dirtiest jobs,” said a typically impassioned Foley. “Do you have what it takes; the gall, the stones, to step into a basic cable talk show’s host chair when your boss goes away for the summer?”
“I don’t think you do!” Oliver added.
This is not, of course, the first time mainstream detractors have come forth and bashed Colter’s policies, but this is the first time that nearly all of the myriad parties involved have continued to trade barbs long after the segment aired. Ever since the incendiary tag-team of Oliver and Foley, Cesaro, JBL and Colter himself have all continued to trash-talk each other on Twitter ...
@WWEZeb if I needed you to raise my Info level I would just visit the conspiracy theory museum, at least it would be entertaining— Michael Cole (@MichaelCole) June 19, 2013
@JCLayfield and we should put subtitles on wwe tv then folks will know when you say "moo-gul" is actually Michael— Michael Cole (@MichaelCole) June 19, 2013