Bill Maher blew the whistle on the New York Times for burying the story on the attempted murder of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during Friday’s “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
Maher began his monologue by discussing the would-be murderer saying, “OK, and they stopped him. OK? But he was, he’s from California, Chuck Schumer said some very inflammatory words, the kind of thing that people on the right to say and there’s a horrible shooting and they blame it is rather comparable.”
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) was one of many Democrats who incited violence against the Supreme Court after a leaked draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to the public.
The inflammatory rhetoric of the Democrat Party may very well have inspired the man who wanted to kill Justice Kavanaugh, and as such, the mainstream media has gone into overdrive to bury the story.
Maher continued saying, “The point is, I think your point, and the point I would agree with, is The New York Times buried this. If this had been a liberal Supreme Court justice that someone came to kill, it would’ve been on the front page. And that’s what so disappointing about a paper like The New York Times. Because they wear their bias on their sleeves and if it’s not part of something that feeds our narrative, fuck it, we bury it.”
Maher has once again hit the nail on the head, and one has to wonder how long before Maher is pushed off the air for his questioning of the regime. The response to the attempted assassination of a Supreme Court Justice has been unacceptable, and Republicans need to demand action.
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