Conservative radio talk show host Dennis Prager took Bill Maher and his decidedly liberal audience to school so thoroughly on HBO’s “Real Time,” that they struggled to keep up with him.
Maher cited the claim made by the Washington Post that President Trump has made 13,435 false or misleading statements — the anti-Trump pores over every word uttered by the president to find some semblance of a falsehood.
“He does lie, you would agree with that?” Maher asked, speaking of Trump.
“He does,” Prager replied, to Maher’s shock, though he did have a look of skepticism on his face, anticipating that his guest would have more to say on the matter.
Maher added that Trump has lied “on a level that no one else has ever lied,” though he has yet to take the coveted Politifact “Lie of the Year” award given to President Barack Obama in 2013 for lying to the American people about their heath insurance.
“First of all, Donald Trump is Donald Trump. Donald Trump is not the right wing,” he explained, meaning that the president does not speak for conservatives.
Prager then moved to differentiate between Trump’s “lies” and the lies from the left, establishing quite clearly that exaggerations and braggadocio are very different from liberal propaganda that flips the truth on its head.
“The left wing says, I’ll give you gigantic lies — that the United States is a racist country. This is a lie. This is gargantuan lie,” he explained. “This is the least racist, multicultural, multi-ethnic country in the history of the world.”
Some members of the liberal audience groaned their disapproval as the panel went back and forth over that declaration.
“I’m a Jew, there are anti-Semites in America,” Prager said, to better make his point. “It is a giant lie that America is anti-Semitic.”
“This is the least anti-Semitic country Jews have ever lived in. To say America’s anti-Semitic is a lie. To say it’s racist is a lie. These are giant left-wing lies,” he said. “To say that men can menstruate is a lie.”
“Where did that come from?” Maher asked, amid laughter over the comment.
“Just Google it, men can menstruate,” Prager replied, after noting “anyone who says a man cannot menstruate is considered transphobic.”
This being a reference to the left’s gender-mania, which eschews God and science to claim that there are more than two genders and allows a biological woman who is on her period to be considered a man because she opts to be seen as a man.
Oppose this lunacy and YOU are at fault.
Prager went on about transgender athletes, where biological males claiming to be women are competing against women and shattering performance records along the way — never mind how unfair this is to real women who have trained all their lives to be top athletes.
As for gargantuan lies, the left claims transgender “women” have no competitive edge because of hormonal treatment.
And while Maher acknowledged that there was truth in what Prager was saying on this issue, he vehemently questioned the claim that men can menstruate.
This claim flying in the face of the recent news that Procter & Gamble, which makes the Always brand of feminine hygiene products, will soon remove the feminine Venus symbol from the product line to be more “inclusive” to transgender and non-binary customers.
Or the disgusting photo seen below that was celebrated in the media back in 2017.
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