Talkshow host Bill Maher has warned the Democrats that they are “going to get their a** kicked in November” because “the Left has gotten goofier.”
Maher went on Joe Rogan’s podcast to warn that the Democratic Party needs to do a complete shift and embrace common sense.
Maher said: “We are both seen as people who are common-sensical.
“And that is what there is a hunger for, I think, in America more than anything, is common sense.
“Away from the extremes.
“People say to me, ‘Don’t you think you’ve gotten more conservative?’
“No, I haven’t. The Left has gotten goofier.
“So, I seem more conservative, maybe. But like, it’s not me who changed.
“I feel I’m the same guy, but five years ago we hadn’t spent $6 trillion to stay home.
“I mean, I understand we had to do something with the pandemic.
“I’m not sure… we didn’t spend a trillion to bail out the economy in 2008.
“Five years ago, no one was talking about abolishing the police.
“There was no talk about pregnant men.
“I mean, looting was still illegal.
“So, like have I changed?
“No, because if someone had said 20 years ago ‘I’m not sure looting is a bad thing,’ I would’ve opposed it then.
“So, I haven’t changed.”
The former host of “Politically Incorrect” said that he would always tell the Democrats “just don’t be the party of no common sense,” and he said they would be surprised how well that would work out for them.
“As opposed to what’s going to happen, which is they’re going to get their a** kicked in November,” Maher shared.
From Fox News:
Appearing on “Fox News Sunday,” McConnell said he’s confident Republicans will win back majorities in the House and Senate because of the Biden’s administration’s “incompetence” on issues like the economy and foreign policy.
“His policies have not worked, beginning with the precipitous and ill-advised withdrawal from Afghanistan, which became kind of a metaphor for the incompetence that’s been on full display during this administration,” the senator said.
“None of the policies they have pursued have worked out well.”
“The economy, the precipitous withdrawal from Afghanistan, the domestic energy issue we’ve already been discussing, crime, problems in public education – this administration has really got their hands full, and I think they’re headed toward a pretty good beating in the fall election,” he said.