But maybe it’s time to look at your shit if you’re a liberal and decide it’s a little raggedy. In my stand-up act, I used to save religious material until the end, I’d say to the audience, as they were walking out, “I just want you to know I saved this part till the last so you’ve already got your money’s worth.” That seems a planet far, far away. I wouldn’t say this about a lot of people, but I’ve known Al a long time and, of course, we don’t know what’s in people’s hearts, but I just don’t think he’s that guy.
Friedman: You called religion a neurological disorder in America. And I think it was a shame that one of the great Democratic champions was taken off the board. Maher: I’m against all Nazis, and I don’t care who knows it. Maher: Someone, like my friend Roseanne [Barr], who has legitimate mental problems.
But let me say this about the Republicans: Roger Stone was on my show, General Flynn has been on my show. Maher: The Jackie Robinson of American politics, and like Robinson, Obama had to be perfect.
Friedman: What about Colbert, Stewart, Noah and Samantha Bee? I do think everybody else, in essence, is very much afraid to ever say anything that would garner any sort of reaction from their liberal audience other than cheers. I resign.” What he did, I mean, in the picture—was a gag.Dismissing this week’s multiple accusations against Donald Trump of sexual assault as nothing more than his opposition’s “Hail Mary pass,” right-wing pot-stirrer Ann Coulter, even more agitated than usual if that’s possible, told Bill Maher Friday that Trump supporters have long been aware of their candidate’s “baggage.” . It was always about the issues.” Repeatedly interrupting Maher as he tried to ask about “these ridiculous charges” (her words), the conservative pundit attempted to steer the conversation to immigrants, open borders and what she’s now calling the “Uniparty,” apparently a catch-all term for the Democratic and Republican establishments.footage in which Trump bragged about grabbing unsuspecting women’s genitals.“I got news for you,” said Coulter (pictured above with Maher in 2009). host Steve Doocy interviewed author and columnist Ann Coulter about her new book, Mugged, which takes a look at the racial politics of the left.