« In a TV news landscape where it’s impossible to know whom to trust, one man rises above the partisan hackery of the mainstream media to bring you the only truth that matters: his. From the fringe-friendly mind of Jordan Klepper, this is The Opposition. »A satire of the hyperbolic, conspiracy-laden noise machine that is the alternative-media landscape on both the right and left.
Jordan applauds NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch's historical expertise, discovers the Trumpian themes in "Black Panther" and sits down with comedian Ali Siddiq.
Jordan fantasizes about authoritarian rule in America, uncovers the narc trying to take down Alex Jones and sits down with The Washington Post's Wesley Lowery.
Jordan praises Donald Trump's impeccable cabinet, breaks down the major changes happening in American culture and sits down with religious studies professor Anthea Butler.
Jordan heads to CPAC with Kobi Libii and Tim Baltz, chats with educators about Trump's plan to bring guns into the classroom and sits down with CNN's Bakari Sellers.
The Florida Senate walks back a ban on AR-15 rifles, Tim Baltz gets amped up for President Trump's trade war, and Nikki Glaser discusses her Comedy Central Radio show, You Up.
Jordan unpacks Sam Nunberg's media blitz, salutes lawmakers' righteous attempts to end gun violence and sits down with "Can It Happen Here?" author Cass Sunstein.
Jordan unveils a theory about President Trump's alter ego, gripes about online dating with Niccole Thurman and chats with "White American Youth" author Christian Picciolini.
Jordan gets Tim Baltz's take on International Women's Day, sends Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson on a mission in Kentucky and sits down with author Jesse Eisinger.
Jordan breaks down the MSM's attack on Betsy DeVos, ponders what's wrong with America's youth and sits down with "Hate Thy Neighbor" host Jamali Maddix.
Jordan celebrates the House Intelligence Committee's Russian collusion verdict, learns the fundamentals of conservative comedy and chats with author Tom Nichols.
Jordan breaks down the Pennsylvania special election results, introduces an alternative to government-funded education and sits down with Professor Maya Wiley.
Jordan exposes CNN anchor Chris Cuomo's illicit breakfast behavior, sits down with former Trump advisor Carter Page and chats with the New Yorker's Andrew Marantz.
Jordan marvels at Russia's impressive election results, warns Americans about the dangerous war on men and chats with Atlantic contributor Julia Ioffe.
Jordan confronts teens at the March For Our Lives, finds out how Trump's base feels about his alleged affair with Stormy Daniels and chats with comedian Michael Ian Black.
Jordan warns of the possibility of space debris falling to Earth, passes holy judgment on public figures and chats with "The List" author Amy Siskind.
Jordan suggests innocuous questions to add to the 2020 census, gives props to Fox News host Jeanine Pirro and chats with "Blockers" director Kay Cannon.
Jordan salutes the defenders of the Second Amendment, leads a gun-friendly yoga class and sits down with attorney Alan Dershowitz.
Jordan breaks down President Trump's relationship with Fox News, sends Niccole Thurman to investigate drag queen storytellers and sits down with comedian Aparna Nancherla.
Jordan warns America about the FBI's attacks, offers Mark Zuckerberg tips for his congressional hearing and chats with Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo.
Jordan breaks the shocking news about Paul Ryan's spinelessness, dines with attorney Alan Dershowitz and sits down with "The Opposite of Hate" author Sally Kohn.
Jordan breaks down Scott Pruitt's EPA challenge coin redesign, sends Kobi Libii to confront a crisis actor posing as Alex Jones and chats with tech exec Bari A. Williams.
Jordan dissects Infowars host Alex Jones's emotional reaction to Trump's Syrian missile strike, ponders America's ongoing changes and chats with MSNBC's Rick Tyler.
Jordan reveals Sean Hannity's ties to Michael Cohen, Tim Baltz dives into a conservative punk movement, and authors David Corn and Michael Isikoff discuss "Russian Roulette."
Jordan puts the blame for recent political blunders on Nikki Haley, gets to know conservative YouTube dynamos Diamond and Silk, and chats with Bustle's Alicia Menendez.
Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson investigate global warming, Jordan takes calls from fans seeking advice, and Jay Chandrasekhar and Steve Lemme talk "Super Troopers 2."
Jordan and Kobi Libii wrongly assume that the hero of a shooting in Nashville was armed, the war on men continues, and author Ross Douthat talks "To Change the Church."
Jordan welcomes Kanye West to the right, honors the brave defenders of the Second Amendment and chats with "Dear White People" director Justin Simien.
Jordan offers career advice to White House physician Ronny Jackson, makes a plea to Hillary Clinton on behalf of Republicans and chats with ProPublica reporter Annie Waldman.
Jordan dissects President Trump's "Fox & Friends" interview, Niccole Thurman meets the teens running for governor of Kansas, and Adam Pally discusses "Most Likely to Murder."
Jordan praises Donald Trump's insult diplomacy, Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson attend a Trump rally in Michigan, and Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards talks "Make Trouble."
Jordan dissects Robert Mueller's questions for President Trump, breaks down the Trump administration's divine plans for sex education and chats with Garry Kasparov.
Jordan introduces West Virginia's fringe candidate Don Blankenship, recognizes MAGA-ism as a religion and sits down with "The Young Turks" host Cenk Uygur.
Jordan sheds light on Rudy Giuliani's legal expertise, Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson bring conservatism back to the Boy Scouts of America, and Ron Livingston discusses "Tully."
Jordan gives Devin Nunes advice, Tim Baltz meets with former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray, and Jonah Goldberg discusses "Suicide of the West."
Jordan prepares for Trump's showdown with Robert Mueller, Laura Grey and Niccole Thurman investigate an island for women, and Mark and Jay Duplass discuss "Like Brothers."
Jordan dissects President Trump's Iran deal decision, Laura Grey tries to reach teachers protesting in Colorado, and Nell Scovell discusses "Just the Funny Parts."
Jordan finds a handsome new lawyer for President Trump, Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson critique the liberal summer movie sequels, and Amy Chozick discusses "Chasing Hillary."
Jordan praises President Trump for keeping his promises, breaks down America's immigration policy and chats with former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.
Jordan addresses North Carolina's congressional diversity concerns, helps Tim Baltz fix President Trump's problems and chats with The Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart.
Jordan breaks down the boring details of the British royal wedding, gripes about the latest changes in America and chats with Lady Parts Justice League founder Lizz Winstead.
Jordan uses his gaslight to shed light on Trump's immigration policy, answers questions from callers with Tim Baltz and chats with "The Fourth Estate" director Liz Garbus.
Jordan breaks down Ted Cruz's questionable campaign tactics, gets to know the latest freethinkers running for office and chats with "Raw" author Lamont "U-God" Hawkins.
Jordan praises President Trump's decision to pardon Dinesh D'Souza, gripes about the latest changes in America and sits down with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Jordan celebrates 500 days of the Trump presidency, takes on the NBA with Citizen Journalist Tim Baltz and sits down with "PBS NewsHour" correspondent Yamiche Alcindor.
Jordan discusses Trump's canceled Philadelphia Eagles celebration, sends Kobi Libii to investigate the sanctuary movement and chats with The New York Times's Sheri Fink.
Jordan calls on the Citizen Journalists to decode IHOP's bizarre name change, exposes the latest battlefronts of the war on men and sits down with comedian Franchesca Ramsey.
Jordan recaps President Trump's visit to the G7 summit, celebrates America's brave Second Amendment defenders and chats with gun safety advocate Shannon Watts.
Jordan celebrates the success of President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong-un, breaks down Dennis Rodman's role in the North Korean summit and chats with author Mike Pesca.
Jordan savors Trump's historic peace summit win, commissions a piece of art for the president's birthday and chats with comedian Hari Kondabolu.
Jordan salutes the latest freethinkers running for office, helps America understand who Michael Cohen really is and chats with "Messing with the Enemy" author Clint Watts.
Jordan breaks down President Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy, Laura Grey chats with Senator Jeff Merkley, and Dan Pfeiffer discusses "Yes We (Still) Can."
Jordan questions his trust in Fox News, answers questions from callers with Kobi Libii and sits down with human rights activist and "In Order to Live" author Yeonmi Park.
Jordan adds new foes to his lengthy list of enemies, Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson take down everything in their path, and Karamo Brown discusses "Queer Eye."
Jordan recognizes America's small-town heroes, applauds Fox News pundit Jeanine Pirro's support for President Trump and sits down with comedian Cameron Esposito.
Jordan questions the future of civil discourse, grapples with the ongoing changes in America and sits down with former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter.
Jordan questions President Trump's honesty, sends Laura Grey and Niccole Thurman to investigate Mississippi's sole abortion clinic and chats with Teen Vogue's Lauren Duca.
Jordan sells products to help freethinkers fight the MSM without him, finds out why Niccole Thurman is leaving the Trump train and chats with musician and actress Kim Gordon.
Jordan discusses a major loss for NRA members and chats with "How to Be Black" author Baratunde Thurston, and Laura Grey talks to teen gun control advocates in Florida.
Jordan offers advice to civic-minded teens, talks the #NeverAgain movement with student activists, and chats with Lacey Schwartz and Mat Johnson of "The Loving Generation."
Jordan unpacks the fringe media's theory about the Parkland mass shooting, grills former U.S. diplomats and sits down with author Clint Smith.
Jordan creates a manlier national anthem, sends Tim Baltz to interrogate former FBI official Frank Montoya Jr. and chats with founder of the #MeToo movement Tarana Burke.
Jordan defends President Trump's decision to have a military parade, discusses Black History Month with Kobi Libii and chats with "The Rundown" host Robin Thede.
Jordan adds new enemies to his list, frets over an alarming new version of Monopoly and sits down with The Atlantic's Adam Serwer.
Jordan defends a controversial pickup truck ad, celebrates the Nunes memo and chats with author Ijeoma Oluo about her book "So You Want to Talk About Race."
Jordan examines Donald Trump's unfilled cabinet, passes holy judgment on public figures and chats with "I Can't Date Jesus" author Michael Arceneaux.
Jordan weighs in on the left's plus-ones at the State of the Union, investigates the Department of Education and chats with The Washington Post's Catherine Rampell.
In this live post-State of the Union episode, Jordan clarifies Trump's message of unity, sends Kobi Libii to a boycott and sits down with Charlamagne Tha God and Lauren Duca.
Jordan welcomes Sean Hannity to the fringe, dissects the decline of LGBTQ acceptance with Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson and chats with This Is Not Happening host Roy Wood Jr.
Jordan calls for an end to the gun violence debate, sends Kobi Libii to investigate Muslim extremists in Michigan and chats with EMILY's List president Stephanie Schriock.
Jordan drafts a classified memo about the FBI, puts a new spin on politically correct words with Tim Baltz and sits down with Congressman Ted Lieu.
Jordan runs down Hollywood's list of liberal Oscar nominees, discovers a solution for conservatives in California and chats with former Mexican President Vicente Fox.
Jordan reveals the details of a secret government shutdown, explores Donald Trump's approach to female voters and sits down with Let America Vote president Jason Kander.
Jordan makes sense of President Trump's comments about Haitian and African immigrants, sheds light on the "raw water" trend and sits down with "12 Strong" star Rob Riggle.
Jordan sends Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson to meet nominees for the Fake News Awards, learns a workout routine from Tim Baltz and chats with Media Matters fellow Matt Gertz.