Bill Maher said Friday that he is “hoping” for the bottom to fall out of the economy and for the country to enter a recession so we can “get rid of Trump.” He said one way to do that is a “crashing economy.” Maher said he is “sorry” if it hurts people, but rooting for a recession is a prevention measure to losing democracy.
“Can I ask about the economy because this economy is going pretty well? I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point. And by the way, I’m hoping for it. Because I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So, please, bring on the recession. Sorry if that hurts people, but it’s either root for a recession or you lose your democracy,” Maher said on the Friday broadcast of his HBO show Real Time.
“Trump is doing everything you can possibly do to screw up the economy,” guest John Heilemann declared. “It’s like everything is going great. This is the great thing — you watch Trump’s rhetoric. He says this is the lowest unemployment ever, African-Americans are doing great, we’re all doing fantastic, best ever.”
“But also, ‘It’s a disaster, we have to change everything. America is getting robbed blind by the foreigners.’ It’s like what the fuck are you talking about? Are we having a good economy or a bad economy? If we have a good economy, why not just say let it ride. If we have a bad economy, we’ll have another conversation, but he’s making no sense with his refrain,” the political commentator also said.
Even if it’s the best thing for America, Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrat Party will fight against it if it’s what President Trump wants. They’re . . .
HomeUncategorizedKellyanne Conway: “I’m Not Gonna Be Lectured By People Who Voted… To Fork Over $130 Billion Dollars In Cash To Iran” Kellyanne Conway: “I’m Not . . .
Drum roll, it would be ideal if you The primary big name in Trump’s America to leave the states is … Matt Damon. Damon is . . .
Freedom isn’t free, the saying goes. And neither is the alternative of freedom, which for at present’s objective, is the impeachment of President Donald Trump. . . .