Bill Maher’s Greatest Fear: U.S. Is ‘Becoming North Korea’

Uber-lefist firebrand Bill Maher is back with more incomprehensible invective this week via his HBO show ‘Real Time’ in which he reminds us why nobody really listens to him.

After acknowledging his concern over a possible nuclear attack from North Korea, Maher blathered that his ‘bigger fear’ is the U.S. is becoming North Korea.

His evidence?

President Trump is acting like a soft dictator by demanding accountability in the White House and wanting to clean up the mess left by President Obama.

But frankly the comparison between the Trump administration — even with all its warts — and that of a certifiably insane dictator who literally starves his people to death, refuses to allow outside media into his country, and brain-washes children via mandatory government schools is nothing less than insulting.

But hey, it’s a free country still, thankfully.

And Maher has the right be galactically stupid.

Here’s more form Breitbart…

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that he’s more worried about the US becoming North Korea under President Trump than North Korea attacking the US.

Maher said, “I must tell you, my bigger fear, I am afraid of North Korea attacking us. … My bigger fear is we’re becoming North Korea.”

Trump cited Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ press conference on leaks, stating, “When state government is functioning that way, when you’re doing a press conference to be seen by just the Dear Leader.”

He continued by citing reports that President Trump gets a folder of flattering media coverage, polling showing half of Republicans would support postponing the 2020 election to guarantee only eligible citizens can vote, news on the quickness with which voting machines can be hacked, Trump thanking Vladimir Putin for expelling US diplomats, and a piece by Fox News’ Chris Stirewalt about Trump entitled, “Would You Even Care if He Was Guilty?” … This is what I worry about, what I have called the slow-moving coup.”

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