Maher rails against ‘outrageous’ Sinema harassment, rips far left for demanding ‘every little thing’ in spending bills
“Real Time” host Bill Maher blasted the “outrageous” harassment Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., confronted when she was adopted right into a restroom earlier this month by activists at Arizona State University.
He additionally scolded progressive lawmakers, claiming they had been holding the bipartisan $1.5 infrastructure invoice hostage in order to move a separate $3.5 trillion spending invoice.
“I think this is outrageous,” Maher reacted throughout a panel dialogue on Friday, concerning the intrusion on Sinema. “You may not like the politics, but when this s— starts to happen, I don’t know where the safe space is in America. And I don’t know where it ends.”
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“When this s— starts to happen, I don’t know where the safe space is in America.”
Panelist Michael Render, aka rapper “Killer Mike,” stated he “doesn’t think it’s right” to comply with a politician right into a restroom, however urged Democrats they “need to bring something home” concerning the spending bills being debated on Capitol Hill.
“Your base is angry with you,” Render warned Democrats, saying lawmakers weren’t performing quick sufficient.
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“But one reason they’re not bringing anything home — they could have that $1 trillion infrastructure bill. And, by the way, $1 trillion – still to some people, is a lot of money,” Maher pushed again. “It’s a lot of jobs, building bridges and roads and all kinds of stuff. That’s being held up, Mike, by people who are saying what you’re saying. ‘We want everything and we want it now. And if we don’t get it, then you don’t get anything.’ And sometimes when you ask for the whole loaf, you get none!”
“Sometimes when you ask for the whole loaf, you get none.”
“And sometimes you get more when you push for more,” Render doubled down.
“Not in Washington,” Maher shot again. “Not very often in Washington.”
Washington Post reporter Robert Costa complained to Maher that whereas Democrats had been combating with one another over the greenback quantity of the spending bills, “democracy in this country is on the brink” and “being tested in every single state.”
Last week, Maher defended Sinema and Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., for not backing the Democrats’ multitrillion-dollar spending proposals.
“Here’s my question: Does spending more money make you a better person? Or a bigger moderate?” Maher requested. “And maybe these two, Sinema and Manchin … might have their thumb more on the pulse on the average Democrat in the country.”
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