Comedian Bill Maher thinks homophobic slurs are hilarious. And so does leftist CNN contributor April Ryan, judging by her raucous cackling when Maher mocked Senator Lindsey Graham for missing “his dead boyfriend” John McCain.
Maher tore into Graham for defending Judge Brett Kavanaugh against the uncorroborated, 11th hour accusations that surfaced last week designed to derail his Supreme Court nomination.
“Lindsey Graham needs the stabilizing influence of his dead boyfriend,” Maher said on his HBO show. The homosexual joke was a reference to the late Trump-hating senator John McCain, who was close friends with Graham for decades.
CNN contributor April Ryan — a self-proclaimed race-baiting “tolerant liberal” — clucked hysterically after Bill Maher made the anti-gay joke.
— Joseph A. Wulfsohn (@JosephWulfsohn) September 29, 2018
Ironically, liberals are now mocking McCain just weeks after they praised him nonstop in a maudlin, seven-day funeral theater extravaganza which they shamelessly used as a vehicle to trash President Trump.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 12, 2018
As BizPac Review has reported, Lindsey Graham won widespread praise after delivering a fiery defense of Judge Kavanaugh, who said his life has been destroyed by Democrats’ sham, 11th hour sexual assault allegations.
“I’m honored to help him,” Graham later said. “If I helped him, it’s one of the highlights of my career…I am more convinced than ever that he’s the right guy to be on the court.”
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 28, 2018
Graham — an attorney who was a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Air Force — said he believes Christine Blasey Ford suffered a traumatic incident during her youth, but Kavanaugh was not the culprit.
Ford’s decades-old accusations remain uncorroborated and flimsy despite her emotional testimony.
“Ms. Ford has a problem, but destroying Judge Kavanaugh’s life won’t fix her problem,” Graham said. He then slammed Democrats for using Ford to try to derail Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reassured Republicans that the GOP has the votes needed to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
“All 51 Republican members of the Senate support the motion to proceed to the nomination,” McConnell said.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 29, 2018
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