Elon Musk came around because the Democrat party thought it would be a good idea to continuously piss off the richest man in the world, (and Trump). But the Democrat party can dump on Bill Maher all they want to. They can attack kindergartners for being slave owners, they can force transgenderism on kids and make parents the villain. They can ignore thousands crossing the border illegally every day. They can raise taxes, they can crash the economy. But you know what? Like a beat-up wife that won’t press charges, Bill Maher won’t step up until the Democrats have beaten him to death.
So, a reminder: when the left gets its way, and a statue is torn down, it will accomplish absolutely nothing, except give five minutes of peace, until another statue is in their sights, and also must be torn down. Racism isn’t eradicated by this act, tempers still flair, and no one is happy about anything.
I personally believe there is a special place in hell for people who try to scare kids with things they don’t understand and can’t control, and that’s what they are doing with climate change. Please take this question with you, use it wisely. I’m sure I’m not the first to think of it, but I hope it helps. Then you can both celebrate not knowing the answer, but at least they will stop lecturing.
The White House can’t do anything because of Trump; they are helpless because Trump was there. Trump was once president, so we have to burn down the country, why? Because of Trump. Don’t like it? That’s because you’re racist. And Trump.
Didn’t the Democrats say that if Donald Trump won, then the racists will have won? Biden is in the White House now, are you saying that America is now more racist than it would have been if Trump had won? Then what was the point of Biden winning if you were going to say that America is racist either way?
To be clear, I don’t care if someone is gay. I have had arguments where people attempt to draw me in asking what I would do if so-and-so is gay? My answer is, “How is what they do in their bedroom my business?” If the questions continue, I keep asking, “How is that my business?” The argument falls flat and I’m left alone.