Bill Maher: ‘Ruth Bader Biden’ Is ‘Selfish’ for Running for President

Liberal talk show host Bill Maher has accused Democrat President Joe Biden of being “selfish” for running for re-election in November.

During an interview with Mediaite on Thursday, Maher mocked the president by calling him “Ruth Bader Biden” after the last Supreme Court justice.

Maher argues that the Democrats would easily win re-election if Biden were to drop out of the 2024 presidential race.

“If Biden drops out, they’ll win. Without doubt,” Maher told the outlet.

“Biden should drop out, that’s the point.

“He’s being selfish,” Maher said.

“You know, James Carville was here, and he said, ‘Any 50-ish Democrat, it wouldn’t even be close.’

“So, no of course he’s not the voice of God, who knows. But that is my basic belief also.

“Is that it’s theirs for the taking.”

Maher called the president “Ruth Bader Biden,” referring to Ginsburg.

The liberal icon died at age 87 on September 18, 2020, while still serving on the nation’s highest court.

Despite her age and deteriorating health, Ginsburg refused to retire.

President Donald Trump filled the vacancy left by Ginsberg with conservative Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett shortly before the 2020 election.

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“I said it long ago,” Maher said.

“I called him Ruth Bader Biden.”

Maher told the outlet that he believes Trump and his supporters “don’t want to burn everything down” when asked about the GOP frontrunner’s appeal to voters.

The comedian said that Trump “wants to own everything, to control everything, to have power over everything.”

“That’s what presidents do,” Maher said.

“I mean, he’s insane, so he wants it in a much more different way.

“But I don’t think that’s the source of his appeal.

“The source of his appeal is, um, I’ve quoted it a million times, my friend Jimmy said it, insanity photograph.

“Insanity photograph. It’s just, you can’t take your eyes off him.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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