Host Bill Maher Issues Dire Warning Before Making Shocking Confession About Murder

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In his Friday Real Time show, Bill Maher made a lot of startling comments about anything from Canada’s shortcomings because of “extreme Wokeness” to justifying abortions even if they might be “murder.”

“There’s only one problem with thinking everything’s better in Canada: It’s not anymore.”

“Last year, Canada added 1.3 million people, which is a lot in one year, the equivalent of the US adding 11 million migrants in one year. And now they’re experiencing a housing crisis even worse than ours — and we’re sleeping in tents.”

“The median price of a home here is $346,000. In Canada, converted to US dollars, it’s $487,000. If Barbie moved to Winnipeg, she wouldn’t be able to afford her dream house and Ken would be working at Tim Horton’s.”

“And because of mortgage debt, Canada has the highest debt-to-GDP ratio of any G-7 Nation. I don’t know what that means, but it sounds bad.”

“So does their vaunted healthcare system, which ranks dead last among high- income countries in access to primary healthcare and ability to see a doctor in a day or two.”

“And it’s not for lack of spending. Of the 30 countries with universal coverage, Canada spends over 13% of its economy on it, which is a lot of money for free healthcare.”

“Look, I’m not saying Canada still isn’t a great country. It is, but those aren’t paradise numbers. If Canada was an apartment, the lead feature might be America adjacent. And if America was a rental car, Canada would be America or similar.”

“And again, honestly, Canada, I’m not saying any of this because I enjoy it. I don’t because I’ve always enjoyed you, but I need to cite you as a cautionary tale to help my country.”

“And the moral of that tale is ‘yes, you can move too far left, and when you do, you wind up pushing the people in the middle to the right’.”

“At its worst. Canada is what American voters think happens when there’s no one putting a check on extreme Wokeness.”

Maher added about the segment: “They say in politics, liberals are the gas pedal, and conservatives are the brakes, and I’m generally with the gas pedal, but not if we’re driving off a cliff.”

However, Maher made some quite startling remarks in a different part, which was about abortion.

“I can respect the absolutist position. I really can… They think it’s murder — and it kind of is. I’m just okay with that. There’s 8 billion people in the world. I’m sorry, we won’t miss you.”

“That’s kind of harsh,” Piers Morgan objected.

“Is that not your position if you’re pro-choice?” Maher replied.

This is a massive on-air confession about what conservatives have been trying to warn people about for decades. It is the ultimate ‘we told you so.’


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