Democrats still have not gotten over the Senate confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
To this day liberal activists plot in the shadows to remove him from the bench.
And one major Hollywood star settled on this sick plan to end his career.
Bill Maher – the host of HBO’s “Real Time” – is one of the late night comedians the left depends on to deliver the news to their base and set their daily talking points.
Maher is one of the most rabidly anti-American personalities in all of television.
ABC canceled his show “Politically Incorrect” in 2001 after Maher praised the 9/11 hijackers for their “heroism” and compared them to the ‘cowards’ in the U.S. military.
“We have been the cowards, lobbing cruise missiles from 2,000 miles away. That’s cowardly. Staying in the airplane when it hits the building, say what you want about it, it’s not cowardly,” Maher said at the time.
Maher’s since found a home on HBO where he delivers unfunny jokes and cheap shots at Republicans since 2003 to the delight of his liberal audience.
But Maher has always placed one target above all others – organized religion.
Maher openly mocks people of faith – especially Christians and crusades to eliminate their influence from American life.
He’s called all religions “stupid and dangerous” and even made a 2008 film “Religulous” which he described as a call to arms for atheists to rise up and assert their political power and exile Christians from public life.
“There’s 535 members of Congress. How many of them would say they’re atheist or agnostic? I believe that would be zero. Pete Stark, maybe, the congressman from California, started talking about how he may not be a believer. What other minority of 16 percent has zero representation in Congress?” Maher ranted when the movie premiered.
On his latest broadcast of “Real Time” Maher picked up on his anti-religious bigotry with a hateful monologue about Brett Kavanaugh and William Barr, both of whom are strong Catholics.
Maher was spurred to fury by a series of pro-Life laws passed in Ohio, Alabama and Georgia to protect the sanctity of human life and end the horror of abortion.
In doing so, Maher attacked Barr and Kavanaugh for being creepy cult members that wanted to regulate Americans sex lives.
Maher claimed Kavanaugh and Barr were members of “this creepy, substrain of Catholic conservatives who think limited government means government should put a limit on people’s sex lives.”
The “Real Time” host ranted about his theory on what happened to them.
“I’ll tell you what happened — In 1950, he was born into a strange cult and he’s never been able to leave. It’s called Catholicism,” Maher exclaimed.
But Maher is not alone.
The entire so-called “mainstream” media harbors hatred of religion and view Christian believers as shoeless rubes that still live without indoor plumbing..
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.