Sometimes even a outrageously liberal fanatic can be a useful tool in helping to point out the hypocrisy that other liberals embrace without question or thought. This is especially true of Bill Maher, who according to the Blaze tricked his liberal guests on his show to attack a supposed “racist” Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) quote that was actually said by Michelle Obama.
You truly have to see the reaction HBO host Maher gets in the video to appreciate the moronic utterances of the panel as each tries to out do the other in dissecting the Ryan remarks on, “the importance of changing the culture of “inner cities” to emphasize the value of “work,” reported the Blaze.
After there was a little discussion about that, Maher then used another quote, that this time was supposedly said by congressman Ryan. The quote in question is, “When it comes to getting an education, too many of our young people just can’t be bothered. They’re sitting on couches for hours playing video games, watching TV. Instead of dreaming of being a teacher or a lawyer or a business leader, they’re fantasizing about being a baller or a rapper.”
The two of the three panelists went after it like red meat. The only problem, it was actually said by first lady Michelle Obama. When Maher revealed the true urban wakeup call message deliverer, the liberal back stepping and sidestepping began in full force. After the shock and awe wore off of comedian W. Kamau Bell’s face, he began to apologize and explain away why it was different if Michelle Obama spoke it than if a white person had spoke it.
In other words it was a double standard that liberals and blacks utterly and unapologetically embrace. Liberal bigotry is alive and well in many of them who have been spending too much time on the liberal plantation to actually understand they are speaking out of all sides of their mouths.
Check out the video and see what you think and share it with your friends…especially the liberal ones.
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