Bill Maher says Trump will have to be forced out of the WH after he loses.


"In this week’s Liberal Media Scream, talk show host Bill Maher, speaking with Obama-era Attorney General Eric Holder, is so convinced that President Trump will lose reelection and refuse to leave the White House that police will have to be called in to drag him out.

But while Holder said that federal agents have the power to force Trump out, Maher doubted that they would because they like Trump."  Washington Examiner


For liberals, does "losing" denote the meaningless national popular vote or the constitutional electoral college ballot?

"They like Trump" and so they won't evict him from the WH?  Does  this cretin realize that he is forecasting the downfall of the Republic and a descent into caesarism?  Why do people watch his "antic capering?"  

Holder listed the various police forces who would be able to remove Trump.  Does Holder think that the armed forces would stand by while cops determined the future of the country?  

Such talk is dangerous indeed.  pl

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19 Responses to Bill Maher says Trump will have to be forced out of the WH after he loses.

  1. Fred says:

    “Such talk ”
    Triggered Bernie Bro James Hodgkisnon, who attempted to assasinate a couple dozen members of the House of Representatives, all Republicans.

  2. BillWade says:

    Maher’s hope was that the virus would be severe enough to cause a deep recession so Trump would not be reelected. He must hate his own country. I’d like to see a corona virus map compared to the 2016 county by county voting map, I think it would show that the “deplorables” aren’t so dumb.

  3. Charles Schulte says:

    Just goes to show how idiotic the talking heads (A$$ES) have become. I hope they feel the same way as the DEEP STATE gets perp walked.

  4. Dan says:

    It’s difficult to tell with Maher whether it’s genuine or cynical….I used to watch his show on occasion and he was basically reasonable about trump until he was elected, at which point it’s almost like there was a psychotic break. I don’t think he lives in a world where it’s socially safe to show any support for trump.

  5. Eric Newhill says:

    These people just won’t believe that anyone will actually do anything to stop them. They think that the world can be controlled with false memes and shaming. So they keep pushing.

  6. Deap says:

    Maher errs choosing the wrong party who refused to leave the White House, after getting thrown out.
    Too bad we did not force out the retained Obama forces who zealously spent their post-election days since 2016 trying to force Trump out, who was its rightful resident..

  7. TV says:

    Maher and Holder – just two more America haters – and Holder is a racist to boot.
    The Democrat-media party has been anti-America for a long time and when Trump wouldn’t play along, they became so enraged that they had to bust out of the closet.

  8. Kevin McDevitt says:

    There is no doubt that while Bill Maher is quite intelligent, he likes to stir chaos and misinformation, almost as much as our President does. I avoid watching any of these ‘educated idiots’ on either side. They do our Country a disservice by attempting to indoctrinate instead of educate.

  9. ked says:

    Along these lines, I’m sincerely curious – how do mass protests by heavily armed citizens over the schedule for re-opening local businesses strike you?

  10. turcopolier says:

    Quite well. It is a demonstration to the governments that we are neither their possessions, nor their servants. And it worked quite well as usual.

  11. Fred says:

    It scared the hell out of Gretchen Whitmer and the lefty politicians I still know in Michigan. I think they were in denial about what is boiling down below the surface. The local pols are figuring that out too.

  12. ked says:

    I think it’s misplaced, over-dramatic provocation, with a not-inconsiderable risk of something going tragically wrong. And the wrong tool for the job at hand. I read that the Mercers were the $ behind it, but that’s Fredom of Speech for hedge fund billionaires in our times. Btw, Happy Cinco de Mayo… time for one’s favorite Reposado!

  13. j says:

    The Carrier Roosevelt will be heading back out to sea in a couple weeks to do training and re-certify aircrews. The Carrier will be commanded by it’s former CO Capt. Carlos Sardiello.
    From what I can see, Crozier did it to himself with his outside of the chain of command emails, has pretty much toasted himself as far as any future advancements. The CJCS as well as the CNO were pissed they were blinsided the way Crozier did it.
    I’m quite sure that the CCP and it’s PLA won’t be happy to see the Roosevelt back in action so quickly given the ship’s circumstances.

  14. turcopolier says:

    You are a timid ally of big government who would have been happy to live under rule from Westminster.

  15. Deep says:

    Cartoonist Branco – gets the big picture is so few brush strokes:

  16. ked says:

    Col Lang, No, I am not.
    I simply do not find the circumstances (a health emergency) or grievance (criteria & schedule for re-opening businesses) merit the tactic of brandishing arms in state capitols.

  17. Procopius says:

    I’ve been waiting for a long time for one of these morons to explain what they mean when they say, “Trump will just refuse to leave.” By the way, I cannot fathom why anybody pays this guy (Maher). On the 4th of January, 2021, before the assembled joint Houses of Congress, the Vice President is required to open the envelopes containing each State’s electoral votes and read aloud the votes. Trump will either have a majority or won’t. If he doesn’t, what’s he going to do? I’m pretty sure U.S. Marshals will not follow the order of someone who did not receive a majority of electoral votes on January 4th, whether they like him or not. They will follow the orders of the person who did receive a majority of the votes (270+).

  18. turcopolier says:

    What would merit a demonstration under arms for you?

  19. Pitch says:

    Every time I’ve heard Bill Mahr reference trump not leaving office he was referring to him losing the electoral college. He has never, that I have heard, suggested ousting the winner of the electoral college vote whether or not they lost the popular vote.
    In this instance, and many like it, mahr is way off base – first, trump is as chicken shit as they come and will more than happily go to the rant fest talk show he undoubtedly had in mind when the electoral college handed him the first election. Second, the rule of law still matters enough that it’s hard to believe the law, which invalidates his powers on the proscribed date, would not be enforced.
    Overall, the far more challenging discussion would be about the distortions of the democratic part of our rebublic, while generally brilliant in its founding in the structure of the constitution, denies the franchise and interest of an enormous percentage of the citizenry both in the conduct of elections and the corruption of government.

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