Bill Maher Credits Republicans Willingness to Speak With Liberals For Trump's Victory
Bill Maher hosted Steve Bannon on his program last night. After bringing Steve out for their talk, Billiam said a smart thing. Sure, he followed it up with a bunch of leftist bullhickey, but he got this one thing right. At least conservatives are willing to speak with their political enemies. You can't really say the same for Maher's fellow "progressive" putzes.
See for yourself:
HBO host Bill Maher applauded former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon for coming on his show Friday, arguing Democrats lack political power because they are unwilling to engage with their ideological foes.
"I'm going to say to you what I say to every conservative who comes on this show: Thank you," Maher told Bannon on "Real Time with Bill Maher."
"I appreciate it and it says volumes why Republicans are in power and we have none,” Maher continued. “Hillary Clinton never came here. Maybe she’d be president if she was a little more confident."
"Big time," Bannon responded, largely to silence from Maher's audience.
Well, Bill nailed that one.
Unlike most conservatives, lefties would rather run their political opponents out of town than speak to them. A conservative walking into a leftist stronghold risks being lynched by a mob of nasally-pierced, gender-bending warthogs with BMIs in the triple digits. Yet, the righties tend to go in anyway, because they know the squealing noises are a cover for the left's lack of real ideas.
Bill highlighted something that you'd think would be common sense. The left can't really win the war of ideas if they don't participate in the first place. Sure, leftists' ideas are mostly a craptastic pile of garbage. Nevertheless, they'd have much better odds if they at least tried to play the game.