Bill Maher apologized and HBO scolded him publicly.But will that be enough to quiet the storm over Maher’s use of a racial slur during Friday’s edition of “Real Time with Bill Maher”? live airing of “Real Time with Bill Maher.” HBO issued a statement Saturday calling the host’s use of the phrase “I’m a house n—–” during an interview with Nebraska Sen.
best-selling author explained that making the short-term “political sacrifice” of four years of Donald Trump in the White House is a small price to pay to for the long-term goal of setting “the groundwork to imagine a new world, a new politics, and a new order.” Hill explained that Hillary Clinton is a “neoliberal” who is “committed to using war as the primary instrument of foreign policy” and is unwilling “eliminate gross forms of militarization around the world.” “We can afford to lose an election; we can’t afford to lose our values,” Hill explained during an August interview with Power 105.1’s the Breakfast Club.
“I would rather have Trump be president for four years and build a real left-wing movement that can get us what we deserve as a people, than to let Hillary be president and we stay locked in the same space where we don’t get what we want.” I’m not scared of Trump.
By multiple accounts, HBO has no plans to take any action against Maher, who has been a mainstay at the network since 2003.
A source noted that Maher has rarely offered any kind of mea culpa for provocative comments.
It rolled off his tongue so effortlessly.” , in which he attempts to explain why 10, 15, 20, and 25-year-olds all seem the same today.
He talked about manual labour developing character and how, in Nebraska, fewer adults go trick-or-treating than in the rest of America.
And I worry we’re investing so much faith in them out of fear…
They’re essentially saying, “If you don’t vote for us, then you’re going to have Donald Trump and your life will be ruined.” If you frame that as the choice, you never get to demand what you actually deserve and what you actually want.
I’m scared of us as a country moving in the wrong direction…
I have very l little trust in what Democratic party is doing.
, the Republican jokingly asked Mayer to visit his state and work in the fields. Senator, I’m a house n***a.” After a mixed reaction from the crowd, Mayer clarified: “It’s a joke.” Many were angered by the comment, civil rights activist De Ray Mckesson writing on Twitter: “But really, Bill Maher has got to go.