Ryan E.
October 30, 2022

BREAKING: Bill Maher Death Report Shocks Nation - Stroke Diagnosis...

Bill Maher is a liberal, but he's one that I actually don't mind listening to sometimes.


Because he uses his brain once in a while.

That's something that most liberals are not able to do. When Muslims are killing for their religion, Bill Maher had the common sense to be the only liberal that wanted to stop them. He's also one of the only ones who don't think that kids should be making their own decisions to change genders at age six after being pressured by their teachers.

His common sense apparently extends to midterms.

Three of the most important Senate races right now are happening in Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania.

Bill Maher has a BIG problem with at least one liberal nominee, John Fetterman.

Big John simply isn't healthy enough to hold office. Why is Maher the only liberal saying that out loud?

He recently opened his show by saying he knows the audience is excited about midterms. They really weren't.

He then said his theory as to why:

"I guess I was wrong, not excited about that. … Well, I don’t blame you for being a little apathetic. I mean, wow, what an election this is, the Republicans are putting up a slate of election deniers and oafs and crackpots and crooks. And the Democrats have a guy who recently died of a stroke, so. No, not died, we’re not making fun, but I don’t know if you saw that debate in Pennsylvania, Dr. Oz against John Fetterman, he did recently have a stroke — Fetterman — and he is still a little shaky. That debate, ooh, neurologists call that condition Herschel Walker."

Fetterman and Biden are more alike than I had realized, even their own party wants them gone.

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