Trump Just Received Startlingly Glowing Words From A Unlikely Source

Acknowledging the two do not always agree, leftist comedian Bill Maher recently offered praise for the unorthodox manner in which Donald Trump is handling his presidential campaign.

Maher recently said that “it is sort of refreshing to have a politician who isn’t always walking everything back and who isn’t completely preprogrammed.”

Contrasting the current GOP primary leader with 2012’s presidential loser, Maher further explained Trump’s appeal.

“He’s sort of the anti-Mitt Romney,” he asserted. “Mitt Romney, people hated him because he was so robotic. Well, if you don’t like robotic, Trump’s your guy.”

Part of Trump’s success, Maher reasoned, lies in his ability to stand by an unpopular position or statement.

“That’s his genius,” he said, “that he doesn’t apologize for anything. He’s the king of brushing things off his shoulder.”

Of course, a Trump endorsement from the left-wing entertainer is a long shot. He did note, however, that he isn’t sold on Hillary Clinton yet, either.

“Would I prefer Bernie [Sanders] and his ideas?” Maher asked. “Absolutely, but that’s not going to happen.”

Nevertheless, he thinks the result of next year’s election is a foregone conclusion regardless of the traction Trump, Sanders, or any other candidate is able to gain.

“Even if he would somehow get the Republican nomination,” he said of Trump, noting how unlikely that would be, “I don’t think anyone is going to beat Hillary Clinton.”

Could Trump beat Clinton in a general election? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Watch: Ann Coulter Just Took On These Three Liberals Without Even Breaking A Sweat

During a recent appearance on HBO’s Real Time, conservative author Ann Coulter found herself outnumbered – but not outmatched – by a panel of guests who disagreed with her stance on illegal immigration.

Host Bill Maher acknowledged that his show is akin to “the lion’s den” for Ann Coulter, predicting that his other guests – specifically Democrat U.S. Rep Luis Gutierrez and MSNBC host Joy Reid – are “really not going to like what you say.”

Nevertheless, Coulter discussed the issues and solutions she explored in her latest book, Adios, America!, while defending her views against an onslaught of leftist derision.

She set the stage by engaging in a debate with Maher, who suggested there are more illegal Hispanics in America because of their home country’s proximity to the U.S.

“We didn’t used to take people just because they lived in walking distance,” Coulter shot back. “We used to have an immigration policy where we would choose the best in the world.”

She went on to describe pre-1970 immigrants in comparison to those of today, stating that they were “more educated, made more money, were more likely to buy houses – and 30 percent of them went home.”

Pushed to explain how her estimate that 30 million immigrants is more than twice the number registered by the U.S. Census Bureau, Coulter plugged her book – “I’ll be happy to explain but I think it’s easier to read” – before digging into the numbers behind the numbers.

While a sizeable percentage of illegals likely decided not to fill out official census paperwork, Coulter said the data she relied on used more tangible information including “remittances to Mexico, school enrollment [and] housing permits.”

Coulter punctuated her rant with a monologue that included criticism of an increasingly hostile audience.

“Should American immigration policy be used to benefit the people already here,” she asked, “or should it be benefiting Pakistani pushcart operators, illiterate in their own language, never mind ours, who come here, go on welfare, commit terrorism, engage in crimes? Why wouldn’t you look out across the world like a sports team does and try to find the crème de la crème? Not like this audience. We don’t want these people.”

Maher turned to the audience and confirmed: “You gotta give it to her. She ain’t afraid.”

Is illegal immigration an imminent problem for America? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Bill Maher Goes On Epic Anti-PC Rant

There was a lot from Bill Maher’s show Friday night to piss people off. Like his fake Jesus comments, attacking the GOP on the Charleston shooting, and Ann Coulter going on another rant against immigrants. We’re going to focus on the one thing we agreed with him on…comedy and mocking whiny liberals who can’t take a joke.

(Warning: video below contains strong language.)

“One undergrad from San Diego actually wrote to Jerry an open letter on The Huffington Post to help him, Jerry Seinfeld, better understand how comedy works. Now I sure wouldn’t want to be judged by what I wrote at 20, but, stupid though I was in 1976, I wouldn’t have presumed to lecture George Carlin on comedy.”

“I sure wish he was around to write a letter back to this kid — as only he could. But since he can’t, allow me: ‘Dear you little sh*t, I’m sure you’re busy with your new letter explanation astrophysics to Stephen Hawking. And giving jump shot pointers to Steph Curry…”

He even called out leftists and their faux-tolerence for Muslim intolerance of gays and women…because in that case, it’s just a cultural difference and they’re really a culture of piece. I mean, peace.

That’s the problem with the lefties because they arbitrarily decide what you’re allowed to find funny. There’s a lot we don’t find funny. There’s a lot we didn’t find funny on Friday night’s show specifically. The difference is we just shrug our shoulders and switch the channel. Leftists want you run out of business.

Welcome to the new America.

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Bill Maher Surprises: Attacks PC Liberals Killing Comedy

Bill Maher is becoming an increasingly reliable voice of sanity – yes, we’re at that point – when it comes to calling out the left on their BS. Surprisingly, he wasn’t too thrilled with them when noted vulgar shock jock Jerry Seinfeld spoke out against the PC culture on collage campuses and liberals reacted like, well… liberals.

This part is most telling…

I used to fight with this audience all the time, because we used to get the audience strictly from liberal sources, then we got the audience like from everywhere and I’ve had a much better time the last couple of months.

Think about this for a second…liberals have gotten so liberal that they are too liberal for Bill Maher. He had to go out and fill his audience with normal people (commonly referred to as “Conservatives” for the lame) just so he didn’t hate his job.

He says he’s going to tackle the issue more this week. We can only hope he’s tactful and measured, so as not to offend the sensibilities of any precious little snowflakes who may be triggered by his humorous observations and be required to change the channel.

Liberals, to the safe spaces! Normal people, to the popcorn!

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Watch: Imagine If A Conservative Commentator Said This About A Liberal Hispanic Politician…

Yes, far-left comedian and political commentator Bill Maher has aimed some of his super-edgy criticism lately at Democrats, as Western Journalism has noted. However, it seems that the aggressively sarcastic Mr. Maher simply can’t help but return to his old ways and launch the kind of ugly, vicious attack on Republicans for which he’s gained a reputation on his HBO show Real Time.

What Maher let fly on the latest edition of his program was the kind of shocking insult and demeaning affront that, had a conservative said such a thing about a liberal Hispanic politician, there would certainly be relentless charges of mean-spirited racism leveled amidst the demands for an immediate firing, if not a public flogging. You can just imagine how fast the protest groups and Hispanic advocacy organizations would form massive picket lines outside the HBO studios. You might even wonder if Eric Holder would launch a formal Justice Department investigation.

What did Bill Maher say that many decent people would certainly find repugnant? Paul Bedard of The Washington Examiner points out the short segment in which Maher made a demeaning and derogatory comment about newly announced GOP presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio. Bedard quotes the Media Research Center’s Brent Baker, who offers a scathing observation about liberal hypocrisy:

“Imagine the reaction if a conservative made such a stereotypical, derogatory and racially-tinged joke about a liberal Democrat who is Hispanic. Saying it was just a joke would not allay the outrage. It sure is nice to be a liberal so you’re able to get away with such things.”

By clicking on the video above, you can watch for yourself what Bill Maher said that demonstrated no apparent awareness of the abject hypocrisy of his so-called “comedy.” You see, it wasn’t that long ago that Maher delivered a stinging on-the-air rant against liberals who bully and demean people when it suits their agenda.

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