In yet another so-called ‘tasteless’ remark, Bill Maher is under fire for mocking a GOP Congressman using a racist joke.
It’s almost as if leftist can’t help themselves from being morally offensive and using racial slurs as a way to hurt others.
“The Texas Republican appeared on the Real Time on Friday evening to discuss the ongoing battle over the construction a wall on the southern border, an idea he opposes, leading Maher to ask why he continues to side with the “traitor” President Trump.”
“I’m a Republican because I believe in limited government,” Hurd explained.
“I’m just asking why you’re Republican? Because they’re not good at the debt, that was their big thing. You said limited government, they don’t do that,” Maher contested “What’s in it for you? What is in the Republican Party for you? You were in the CIA!”
“I was in the CIA for almost a decade. I was the dude in the back alleys at four o’clock in the morning collecting intelligence on threats to the homeland.”
Bill Maher insults black CIA vet by suggesting he picked up tips "behind the Popeye's Chicken" same day as Ralph Northam admits he submitted racist af blackface Klan photo to yearbook – it's almost like this is all a game to them.
— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) February 2, 2019
“That’s where you’d collect it, huh?” Maher responded. “Wow. By the Popeyes Chicken?”
The joke was a reference to an old stereotype that black people always eat fried chicken.
“As a result, the remark immediately drew anger from figures across social media, some of whom even called on Maher to quit the HBO late-night how.”
In June 2017, Maher joked that he was only a “house nigga,” after Senator Ben Sasse suggested that Maher spend time working in the fields of Nebraska.
However, the mindset here is clear.
Many people who live in the south would be appalled by such language that Northerners like Maher apparently think is okay.
Such is the left. They are hypocrites, liars, and racists… and their history and present actions show that fact clearly.
Watch the offensive interview below: