Bill Maher came clean to his audience telling them that based on his extensive travels red states are a joy and blue states are a pain in the ass. Bill said:
“Just resume living. I know some people seem to not want to give up on the wonderful pandemic, but you know what? It’s over. There’s always going to be a variant. You shouldn’t have to wear masks. I haven’t had a meeting with my staff since March of 2020. Why?
“Also, vaccine, mask, pick one. You’ve got to pick. You can’t make me mask if I’ve had the vaccine. I travel in every state now, back on the road, and the red states are a joy and the blue states are a pain in the ass. For no reason.
Sen. Coons, who was on the show, said: “There’s still a lot of countries that are very minimally vaccinated because if a variant develops out in the world that is able to defeat the vaccine, we are all the way back to the beginning.
“So, in the United States, in most of the western world, we’re ready to be done with this, but we’re not done until the world is safe and we’re not safe as a world until the world’s vaccinated.”
Bill said during the show about natural immunity and using antibody tests to verify if someone has had the virus:
“The world recognizes natural immunity, we don’t. Natural immunity is the best kind of immunity; we shouldn’t fire people who have it, we should hire them.”
Bill said this during a discussion on Critical Race Theory:
“If it means separating 5-year-olds by race and telling some you’re oppressors and the others you’re the oppressed, and giving up on a colorblind society, and resegregation, and racism is the essence of America, then I’m out.”
If, like @billmaher, you don’t like the idea of segregation, aren’t ready to give up on a colorblind society, and don’t think that the essence of America is racism, then join us and be all-in on a pro-human future. pic.twitter.com/p9uee0bpdr
— Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR) (@fairforall_org) November 1, 2021
Bill also took a few swipes at former White House oppress secretary Sean Spicer for refusing to say Trump lost the election telling Sean he was afraid of Trump.
Look, if the Dems lost Bill Maher the red wave in 2022 will be bigger than predicted.