WATCH! Bill Maher Mocks Middle Americans From The Red States As Less ‘affluent and educated,’ Saying ‘they want to be us’

HBO talk show host Bill Maher went after President Donald Trump’s supporters in his latest media outburst.

On Friday he derided Middle Americans in red states as envious of their blue-state counterparts, in wide-ranging remarks that also included criticism of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for not building its headquarters in poorer states.

“We have a problem in America called spatial geographic inequality which means the most affluent and educated people are clustered in just a few cities,” he said.

He said there are “two Americas,” referencing states that historically vote Democratic versus ones that skew Republican.

“We have orchestras and theaters districts and world-class shopping. We have Chef Wolfgang Puck, they have Chef Boyardee.”


He continued: “The blue parts of America are having a big prosperity party while the big sea of red feels like their invitation got lost in the mail — and they still use the mail.”

The comedian went on to explain why he thinks red-state voters are so “pissed off.”

“The fly-over states have become the passed-over states, that’s why red state voters are so pissed off. They don’t hate us, they want to be us.”


Of course, there are no calls for Bill Maher to lose his show after his latest insults on Trump’s supporters.
The Democrats will ignore this.

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