Must Watch: Bill Maher Scorches Psaki For Condoning Protests At Justices Home & Biden's 'Truth Ministry'

By Darren Nagel | Tuesday, 17 May 2022 12:00
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Bill Maher has denounced Jen Psaki for declining to condemn pro-choice demonstrators who assembled outside the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices.

Throughout his Friday night chat show, the HBO host denounced the recently-departed former White House Press Secretary by playing a clip of her mealy-mouthed response to a question about the recent protests.

"I don't have an official U.S. Government position on where people protest," Psaki announced to reporters, much to Maher's irritation.

"But we do!" Maher retorted. "It's wrong! It's intimidating! It's against the law!"

Although he stressed how the demonstrators were not "terribly violent," the anti-woke liberal host posed the question: "Would you want this outside your house?"

The largely peaceful protests have drawn Republican denouncement over privacy rights of court members. However, activists have responded by pointing to years of often violent protests outside abortion clinics and at the homes of doctors providing the medical procedure.

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And many have mentioned the pending Supreme Court decision as a far greater attack on privacy.

One of Maher's guests, Rep. Jane Harman, D-California, pointed out a law established in 1950 that prohibits protesting outside a judge's house to influence their decision.

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Harman proposed that "it would be much better" to rally in Washington D.C. instead.

Maher stressed how the matter of abortion could ignite "civil war" division where "we gonna be two countries, one where you're a free woman and one where it's a Dred Scott situation."

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"Look at some of the things that are being proposed in some of these states," Maher started. "I mean, Louisiana says flat-out it's a homicide. So when you drive from LA to Nevada, you're just a free person on one side of the border. The other hand, you're a criminal. You can fly across the country and gain and lose your reproductive rights 20 times. How can America sustain that?"

"It can't. And it's wrong," Harman replied. "And what's wrong with this is that we'll get worse unless the Supreme Court- let's pray, let's pray- comes out with a different decision from the draft opinion."

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Maher announced that the abortion debate would bring a "tangible sort of concrete pretext" for those calling for secession to separate the red states from blue states.

"This gives a real issue to it. I wonder where this is going," Maher announced.

Maher further explained how there was a mantra that abortion should be "safe, legal and rare throughout President Bill Clinton's presidency."

Maher proposed that the Democrats' position had shifted in the last 30 years.

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