After the release of their memo attacking the FBI, Bill Maher brought a heavy dose of truth to Republicans about their treasonous behavior.
Maher said during his monologue, “Forget Groundhog Day, the only large rat-like creature I’m concerned about is Devin Nunes. His memo got released today. Of course, it’s not fair to single him out, all the Republicans these days are treasonous rats. They are all together, on retreat in West Virginia. The people in that town are on to them because the banner said welcome banana Republicans. Which is what we are turning into, this slow-moving to that I’ve been talking about it’s picked up speed this week. Trump declassified the memo, the problem is the Republican’s talk about this memo like it’s some smoking gun piece of evidence that they uncovered. No, they wrote it. They uncovered it in their printer. It’s not an intelligence document; it’s a Facebook post that you briefly skim before clicking on friend. The Republicans did not like what the FBI was finding out about a Trump so like the true patriots they are of Russia they attacked the FBI, and he justice department because they are biased because they are in law enforcement and the Trump crime family commit crimes, that’s what they are supposed to do. It’s like saying at the exterminator is biased against the termites.”
Republican treason is an accepted fact
The audience reaction during Maher’s monologue was interesting. Granted, Bill Maher’s audience is going to be degrees of the left. If a Republican stumbled into Bill Maher’s taping, they’re probably lost, but the audience reaction why Maher said that Republicans are treasonous was nothing. There was no laughter like it was a joke or ever a murmur as when Maher hits a nerve with the audience. It was more like an accepted fact, which is incredible.
In less than two years in office, a substantial number of Americans are convinced that Trump and his party have committed or are committing treason. Bill Maher spoke the truth to Republicans that standing with Trump equals standing with an American who committed crimes against his country.
Republicans don’t see it yet, but treason is their new middle name.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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