Comedians are usually the ones who have the guts to say out loud what the rest of us think, and liberal Bill Maher has paved the way over the past few years.
In an interview with ExtraTV, Maher did not hold back and scolded the Americans as “too politically correct, too sensitive”.
It is probably a safe bet that most conservatives could no longer agree. But approving Bill Maher, at least for Conservatives, has become one of the things they never thought would happen.
Take it into account with age or development, but Bill Maher makes a lot of sense to a lot of people.
And just as often, the American liberals are the subject of Maher’s wrath. Political correctness has been his favorite punching bag for a while.
Bill Maher criticizes Americans as “too politically correct” and sensitive. Everyone needs to hear their message https://t.co/TLAa2u75DJ
– Daily caller (@DailyCaller) July 22, 2021
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Soothe the chronically injured
When interviewed in Las Vegas, home of excess and hyperbole, Maher said, “This country needs Vegas more than ever. It takes a place like this. Everyone should come here and get the stick out of their you-know-something. “
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He continued, “If you’re too critical, too confident, too sincere, you can come back and bite your ass.” In summary, Maher described younger generations of people – especially those we refer to as millennial snowflakes.
Instead of complaining about them, maybe we should ask how did we get here? Why does it seem that an entire generation is not happy unless it is offended and outraged by something?
And what does that say about us?
I think Bill Maher is starting to wake up privately that “his party” has been taken over by cultural Marxists who are in the process of dismantling, politically and culturally, everything that makes this nation “America”.
I think it scares him
– Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) June 12, 2021
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This is not the first time that Maher has called the younger generation
As early as April, on his show “Real Time With Bill Maher”, he beat up younger people who hold views such as defusing the police or who think socialism is somehow cool.
He called them “gullible” because they wanted to turn down the Founding Fathers and other influential figures throughout American history.
Maher also called out Millennials and Gen-Zers for rejecting the wisdom of their elders:
“This is the only country in the world stupid enough not to understand this most basic, intuitive, and obvious concept of ‘file-it-under-duh’: if, as they say, you learn something new every day, then you are so why someone who logged 10,000 more days is generally smarter.
This concept of dissolving the elderly raises another question. Why do those who might have an active brain cell or two in their head let these people do the rules?
If they don’t have enough life experience to know something, then how do they know what the rules should be?
Bill Maher scolds progressives for their relentless, hyperbolic negativity https://t.co/FFrtG0Womb
– Norman Firebaugh (@FirebaughNorman) June 13, 2021
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Young progressives aren’t sure when the story actually began
Bill Maher has accused younger people and others with whom he may be more politically connected of “progressophobia”.
This is an actual term coined by psychologist Steven Pinker to describe liberals and progressives who cannot see any forward movement in America on social and cultural issues.
For those afflicted with progressophobia, it is always the pre-war period. Maher also raised the issue of Millennials and Gen-Zers having no relation to history before they were born.
The reason for this may have more to do with the failure of the educational system to teach real history. Not “story” from 1619, real story from 1776.
One big important thing the youngsters lack if they don’t pay attention to the old people: if you don’t learn the real story, repeat it and all your hard work to show people what racist, sexist, bigoted homophobes are . and how much more attuned you are to these evils than they are will be in vain.
. @ billmaher beats up Gen Z and millennial leftists: “Your ideas are stupid.” https://t.co/ZvNLubeSCC
– PragerU (raprageru) July 21, 2021
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What happened to the comedy?
If the kids were taking time out to cancel each other, they might hear from a guy named Don Rickles. Rickles embodied the insulting comedy and became a legend for it.
But in today’s toxic environment of compliance or otherwise, Rickles would be canceled in 30 seconds.
In 2015, Jerry Seinfeld told ESPN Radio that he and other comedians avoid doing shows on college campuses. He said, “[The younger generation] just want to use these words. That’s racist, that’s sexist, that’s prejudice. “They don’t even know what they’re talking about.”
Bill Maher and others like him must continue to raise their voices. It is no coincidence that there are no more disrespectful shows like “Seinfeld”. And don’t even think about things like “All In The Family” or “Blazing Saddles”.
If you are under the age of 30, such vicious, politically incorrect conversation will surely hurt you for a lifetime.
Check out Maher’s forward-looking comments here:
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