Bill Maher Delivers Epic States' Rights Monologue

Rodiano Bonacci
Settembre 17, 2017

UPDATE with video Adopting a good ol' boy accents while lamenting federal overreach, Bill Maher wrapped up tonight's Real Time episode with a New Rule: The "States' Rights" issue now belongs to liberals. They also "can't complain when our local law enforcement refuses to cooperate with [President Donald] Trump's deportation squad". They can't grouse about California cities threatening to deny contracts to any firm that helps build the border wall. "It's just that now we're the state that wants to be left alone".

Maher compared Mississippi's defiance of Attorney General Bobby Kennedy's call for desegregation in the 1960s to states now fighting against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who, among other controversial moves, is attacking affirmative action. Jerry Brown favors a separate climate treaty between his state and China "in defiance of the federal government", Maher launched into an extended bit about liberals finally getting the chance to tell the feds to keep its hands off. "We are trying to defend our way of life here and what we believe in. We believe in sanctuary cities and pollution controls and legalized pot and gun control and ObamaCare and a woman's right to choose - and we're going to defend 'em". "We da rebels now!" "We are the rebels now and now we get to talk like this!"

Maher rattled off a list of liberal stereotypes that Californians are rallying to fight for, from solar panels to gay marriage and transgender-friendly bathrooms. "And in our state, we use Tiki torches the way they're supposed to be used - for lesbian weddings on the beach".

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