HBO“Said real-time presenter Bill Maher Republicans they were “taken from a salesman” but warned liberals not to “humiliate” them, because that would put them back in the “rabbit hole MAGA”, despite a drop in Trump’s support rating.
“You were caught by a salesman,” Maher, 66, said during Friday’s episode. It happens to all of us.
He also compared Trump supporters who changed their minds to people who “went out with a psychopath” and said “the last thing they want to talk about is how they met a psychopath.”
“Look, we all had a friend who dated a psychopath. And then they come to their senses, the last thing they want to talk about is how they met a psycho, “said the host in real time.
“It took a long time for Trump voters to get to the MAGA rabbit hole. Jumping on them the second they take their heads off will provide many more years of political winter.
“Don’t do this, it will bring them back into Trump’s arms.”
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Bill Maher, 66, warned Liberals not to “humiliate Republican voters” because they would return to the “rabbit hole of MAGA” and directly to “Trump’s arms”
Maher warned against calling Republicans “stupid, racist nasty kickers,” and instead asked them “kindly,” “Hey, how are you?” Welcome back to the wonderful world of reality.
Maher even cites a DailyMail.com an article on a Democratic poll that recently showed that swing district voters are “preaching” and “condemning” and telling viewers not to do so.
Despite his warning to play well, Maher highlighted Trump’s declining support, saying “Trump’s fever is starting to dissipate” as attendance at the rally is declining and his “press fart brains” don’t weigh as much as his tweets. .
Maher warned them not to humiliate them, despite a drop in Trump’s rating in opinion polls, falling 18 percent from October 2020 to January 2022. In 2020, 54 percent of Republicans were loyal to Trump because of the party, but now only 36 percent are
“You have to say, maybe you’re not like that anymore,” he said after comparing Trump to Madonna’s hit “B ** ch I’m Madonna.”
In October 2020, polls showed that 54 percent of Republicans were more loyal to Trump than to the Republican Party, but polls conducted in January 2022 showed that he was more in favor of Trump, jumping from 38 percent at 56. Maher did not cite where he got his data from, but it appears to have been taken from January NBC poll confirmed by DailyMail.com.
“Not everything can come from raw animal magnetism [Senate Republican Leader] Mitch McConnell, ”Maher joked.
the former president’s “star” players also refused to support.
“Men, people over 65, freaks of Jesus and white boys who didn’t go to college,” Maher said. “This is a description of the people who made him a star in politics.”
Maher said Republicans without higher education fell 26 percent in support of Trump from the party, down from 62 percent to 36 percent; the Conservatives fell 21 points from 59 to 38 percent; Republicans fell 18 points, from 53 percent to 35 percent; Republicans over the age of 65 fell 23 points, from 55 to 32 percent; and Jesus-freaks fell 19 points from 55 to 36 percent. Maher did not say where these numbers came from.
In the near future Associated Press According to the poll, 44 percent of Republicans said they did not want Trump to run for president in 2024, despite the strong branch of the former president.
“Things seem to have changed,” said Patrick Rufini, a Republican sociologist New York Times in January.
“It’s a strong attachment. This is one that is very likely to win the Republican election today. But is this the same iron, monolithic, Soviet-style attachment we saw when Donald Trump was president? No it is not.’
In 2020, 54% of Republicans were loyal to Trump because of the party, but now only 36% are
In just over a year, the numbers have “reversed” and now 56 percent of Republicans are loyal to the party. Maher added that the people who made Trump a “star in politics” – “men, people over 65, Jesus freaks and white boys who didn’t go to college” – all fell in support in a recent poll
Maher went on to say that “two-thirds of Republicans now even approve of Mike Pence verifying the vote” and that QAnon’s “Shaman” Jacob Chansley claims to have been “cheated” by Trump – although “the garment, he should he owns it himself.
The real-time presenter also mentioned how former Vice President Mike Pence and McConnell opposed Trump and said he was wrong.
“Something must change if heartless miracles, such as Pence and McConnell, dare to say out loud – in the end – that the emperor has no idea,” Maher said on Friday.