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What did Bill Maher say about Kevin Hart?

KEVIN Hart said in an interview in June of 2021 that "white power and white privilege" is "at an all-time high." Bill Maher took issue with the comedian's comments and explained why on his HBO show Real Time. What did Bill Maher say about Kevin Hart?. Kevin Hart said in...
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Watch: Bill Maher Slams Liberal Systemic Racism Concept

Comedian Bill Maher says some liberals are liable for not acknowledging the progress that the United States has made on race and gender relations. “If you think America is more racist now than ever, more sexist than before women could vote, and more homophobic than when blow jobs were a felony, you have #Progress Phobia, and you should adjust your mask because it is covering your eyes,” Maher said in a tweet containing a video segment from Friday’s episode of his HBO show Real Time.
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Bill Maher Says the Young, the Woke and Kevin Hart Suffer From "Progress-o-phobia"

Bill Maher went deep Friday night with blistering words for young people, super-woke folks and Kevin Hart ... diagnosing all of them with a severe case of "progress-o-phobia." Maher -- a take-no-prisoners liberal who is not afraid to call out like-minded individuals who he says go way too far -- lambasts Americans who complain things have never been worse.
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Bill Maher on "progressophobia"

His point here is evergreen but feels timely on Loving Day. My one quibble with what he says is that I don’t think the left sincerely believes things are worse now than ever. Even the fringier Democrats in Congress would acknowledge that modern America is more inclusive than it used to be — if the question were squarely put to them. How could they not? The sea change in public opinion on gay marriage, for instance, is a matter of simple statistical fact.
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Bill Maher: Left's Refusal To Acknowledge Progress Is A Sickness

HBO's Real Time host, Bill Maher, monologued on progressives' view that progress has not been made in the United States on cultural issues, such as race relations and gay marriage. Maher called those on the left who believed that the United States lacked any progress had "progressophobia," meaning "a brain disorder that strikes liberals and makes them incapable of recognizing progress."
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Is Real Time with Bill Maher new tonight, June 11?

Bill Maher bounced back nicely from his COVID-19 diagnosis earlier this spring. Should fans expect another new episode of Real Time with Bill Maher tonight?. Maher appeared to be more annoyed than anything when he tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The late night TV host didn’t dwell on it for long, opting instead to keep the focus on his job. It’s the kind of dedication Maher’s fans have come to expect from the comedian over the past 20 years.
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Bill Maher Dresses Like A Democrat Posing as a Capitol Rioter

Bill Maher murdered last night with a hilarious take on the latest Jan 6 conspiracy theory ... that the insurrectionists were actually Democrats dressed up as Trump supporters to make the Prez look bad. The "Real Time" host barely held it together with his show-and-tell ... beginning with a well-worn...
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Bill Maher Slams Higher Education as a ‘Grift,’ ‘Overpaid Babysitters’

HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher host Bill Maher slammed higher education as a “grift” and a “luxury daycare center” staffed with “overpaid babysitters,” on the latest episode broadcast Friday. Maher began his “New Rule” monologue segment by saying that President Joe Biden’s “American Families Plan” is an endorsement of...
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Bill Maher Says College Is A Scam Just Like Scientology

Last night on Real Time with Bill Maher, the HBO host said he felt safe to lace into pampered college students now that graduation season is over and he won’t spoil anyone’s “big day.” Maher criticized the University of Missouri for having a river grotto inspired by the Playboy Mansion and Texas Tech for having hot tubs, water slides and even a lazy river to make his point that colleges “are giant luxury daycare centers.”