Bill Maher is the king of the liberal Hollywood elites.
The host of Real Time on HBO has been going on anti-conservative tirades for the last three decades and it’s truly amazing that – considering the content of what he says on a weekly basis – he still has a show.
And on last Friday’s show, he said three insane things about President Trump that will leave you speechless.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a show as anti-Trump as HBO’s Real Time w/Bill Maher.
The totality of this Friday night show is nothing but liberal journalists and/or politicians bashing Trump, with maybe an occasional Trump defender which the rest of them berate and boo.
Sometimes the booing is so over-the-top that the sole person defending Trump is drowned out by the hysteria from the crowd and panel, and you can’t hear them.
That’s essentially the synopsis of the hour-long Real Time.
But Maher says anything he wants no matter how ludicrous it sounds and it’s met with thunderous applause.
Here are the three worst things he said about Trump on his last show.
3) Trump “is a traitor”
Maher threw around the “T” word casually like the rest of the Hollywood elites do on twitter. Traitor is about as damaging a word that anybody could call a public servant who has given part of his life to make our country better.
In response to the Helsinki Summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Maher played clips of the joint press conference and then blurted out it was, “Irrefutable evidence of a Russian ho, and his name is Donald Trump.”
The sexual slur is egregious itself, but to call it“irrefutable evidence” is a delusional assessment.
Maher continued, “Yeah, this is like after 9/11, if Bush stood on the rubble at the World Trade Center and shouted into the bullhorn, ‘Bin Laden is innocent and the FBI will hear from all of us soon!’ Yes, the president of the United States is a traitor, but being Trump, a man who’s never been faithful to anything but himself, that is not such a surprise.”
Trump is faithful to America. These kind of innuendos are harmful to America because people believe them as fact.
2) “The deep state should be the man of the year.”
Liberals have always thought of the “Deep State” as a silly conspiracy theory, so this is a little surprising that Maher even acknowledged its existence.
Maher said, “When he [President Trump] attacks the deep state, I always think, the deep state, first of all, you know, TIME Magazine has man of the year, even though it’s sometimes a computer or a group of people…the deep state should be the man of the year.”
Maher even shockingly included such names as James Clapper, Michael Hayden, James Comey and Andrew McCabe as the most influential players in the Deep State worthy of honor.
But what’s truly alarming is Maher is implying he’s totally okay with a pro-Democrat shadow government.
1) “I feel like [The United States], it’s like Iraq under Saddam.”
This one is truly remarkable.
Maher complained, “30% of the population will control 68% of the Senate seats, of course, because California with 40 million people gets two senators, and so does Wyoming with 8 people. So, it looks like we’re becoming this country where I feel like it’s Iraq under Saddam, and the liberals — go with me, right? Because the Sunnis were the minority, but they ran the country, right? They were a third of the country, but they were in power. And two-thirds of the country was the Shiites and they had no power, and we’re going to be two-thirds of the country, the liberals, but we’re not going to have any power, because of the axis of evil of Donald Trump, Rupert Murdoch, and Charles Koch.”
Comparing the current United States of America to Saddam Hussein-controlled Iraq is dangerously obscene. But it’s referring to Trump, Murdoch, and Charles Koch as the “axis of evil” that makes you shake your head.
It’s shocking that Maher still has a job at HBO and it’s shameful the network just lets this circus go on week after week. Or maybe they’re happy to be a part of the alt-left.