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Flashback: Bill Maher Says Economic Recession ‘Worth It’ If It Means Trump Loses In 2020

No, Bill. It would not be ‘worth it’…

John Salvatore

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Noted anti-Trump radical Bill Maher doesn’t see eye-to-eye with his liberal peers on every issue, but he does on most. When it comes to getting President Trump out of office in 2020, Maher is willing to see America take a major economic hit. Keep in mind: Bill is a multi-millionaire. A recession wouldn’t hurt him at all.

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Comedian Bill Maher of HBO, a wealthy man who will most likely never experience economic hardship for as long as he lives, now actively hopes that people lose their jobs, having their lives completely upended by way of a recession so that President Trump loses the 2020 election.

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Speaking on his show “Overtime” on Friday, Maher said that a recession would be “worth it” to prevent another four years of President Trump, reports Fox News. Even when business columnist Josh Barro reminded him of the damage recessions can inflict upon people, Maher refused to back down.

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I know, but it’s worth it,” Maher blabbered.

Billionaire vs. billionaire in 2020? If it were up to Bill, the answer would be yes.

Maher thinks the only person who can defeat President Trump in 2020 is none other than TV legend Oprah Winfrey.

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At this particular moment in history, in this particular election year, @Oprah would be the only candidate who is a sure-thing winner for the Democrats.

Basically, Bill is saying that all 2020 Dem contenders will fail and liberal voters would put a check next to Oprah’s name on election day simply because she has name recognition.

In other words, Maher thinks liberals are ignorant.

Here’s a quick Maher flashback, for ya…

Maher didn’t care that he was attacking a teenage boy. It doesn’t matter that video footage exonerates the Covington Catholic kids.

What matters is getting President Trump out of office, even if it means going after American citizens who are too young to vote.

The latest episode of Real Time saw Maher ripping 16-year-old “little pr***” Nick Sandmann.

WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE

HBO host Bill Maher called 16-year-old Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann a “little prick” during his Friday night “Real Time With Bill Maher” opening monologue.

Maher: “I don’t blame the kid, the smirking kid,” Maher said. “I blame lead poisoning and bad parenting. And, oh yeah, I blame the fucking kid. What a little prick. Smirk-face!

I don’t spend a lot of time around Catholic schoolchildren, but I do not get what Catholic priests see in these kids.

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FDA Moves to Expedite COVID Vaccine Approval in Bid to Lessen Reluctancy

But will simply speeding up the process convince anyone of its safety?

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As it stands today, the number of Americans who don’t want a COVID-19 vaccine is roughly equal to the number of Americans who don’t have a COVID-19 vaccine, and that is troublesome for the Biden administration. The President had publicly set a number of lofty goals as it pertains to the coronavirus vaccine, namely hoping to have around 70% of the population at least partially-vaccinated by July 4th.  As we enter August, that number is much closer to 50%, and this isn’t nearly enough to ensure herd immunity. Now, in an effort to convince more Americans to get on board with the inoculation, the FDA is going to expedite the transition from “emergency use authorization” to “approved” for the vaccines themselves. FDA spokesperson Abby Capobianco said the agency is working on “identifying additional resources such as personnel and technological resources from across the agency and opportunities to reprioritize other activities, in order to complete our review to help combat this pandemic surge.” The agency has deployed an “all hands on deck” strategy for this endeavor, Peter Marks, director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said in an interview. The Pfizer vaccine has so far been distributed under FDA emergency-use authorization it received in December. The company applied for full approval on May 7. “We recognize that for some, the FDA approval of Covid-19 vaccines may bring additional confidence and encourage them to get vaccinated,” Capobianco said in a statement. “FDA staff will conduct a thorough review process, while balancing the incredible sense of urgency necessary, both of which are needed to ensure that any vaccine that is authorized or approved meets our rigorous standards for safety, effectiveness, and quality.” Of course, many Americans are already of the impression that the speed at which the vaccines were developed could lend itself…

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Fauci Comes Right Out and Blames the Unvaccinated for Continued Pandemic

It doesn’t get much clearer than that.

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There has been an incredible amount of pressure being applied to unvaccinated Americans as of late, and it’s coming from all directions.  Media pundits are berating them, local and federal governments are targeting them, and businesses around the country are treating them like second class citizens. Now, to add insult to injury, one of the nation’s most well-known epidemiologists is blaming the unvaccinated for the recent uptick in COVID cases. Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden, said Sunday that Americans who remain unvaccinated against the coronavirus are “propagating” the latest outbreak of cases of the highly contagious Delta variant. “We have 100 million people in this country … who are eligible to be vaccinated, who are not vaccinated,” Fauci said in an interview with “Face the Nation.” “We’ve really got to get those people to change their minds, make it easy for them, convince them, do something to get them to be vaccinated because they are the ones that are propagating this outbreak.” In places such as Florida, where the local government has largely resisted restrictive coronavirus precautions, a new daily-case record was just reached on Saturday, besting the previous number that occurred back in January, before the vaccines were widely available. Of course, Dr. Fauci is not a popular man among conservatives and libertarians, who have largely suggested that the government should simply stay out of the way of We The People as it pertains to keeping ourselves safe.

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