Talk about pot, kettle.
In the wake of the release of a memo revealing the deepest levels of cronyism, corruption, and collusion between former President Obama’s Department of Justice, the FBI, and the Hillary Clinton campaign, liberal comedian Bill Maher called Republicans “treasonous rats” on his Friday night Real Time opening monologue.
“Forget Groundhog Day,” Maher said, “the only large, ratlike creature I’m concerned about is Devin Nunes. This guy — his memo got released today. Of course, it’s not fair to single him out, all the Republicans these days are treasonous rats.”
“Republicans, they did not like what the FBI was finding out about Trump,” Maher later continued. “So, like the true patriots they are, of Russia, they attacked the FBI and the Justice Department because they’re biased. Yes, because they’re in law enforcement, and the Trump crime family commits crimes. So, that’s what they are supposed to do. It’s like saying the exterminator is biased against the termites.”
Playing on the ignorance of his audience which would seemingly believe that Nunes penned the memo as a piece of fiction based on no underlying documentation, Maher likened it to a “Facebook post.”
“Republicans talk about this memo like it’s some smoking gun piece of evidence that they uncovered,” Maher added. “No, they wrote it! It’s not an intelligence document. It’s a Facebook post that you briefly skim before clicking unfriend.”
Astonishingly, in a bad attempt to mine another joke out of the matter, Maher later claimed that the former FBI director was a “Republican appointed by Trump.”
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