Following the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, leftist comedian and political commentator Bill Maher issued a stern warning — a surprising warning coming from him — for the Democrat Party if they have any hopes in winning elections in November.
Maher told fellow leftist, Senator Corey Booker (Commie – NJ), on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, that Democrats had better learn to say “Islamic terrorism” instead of just spewing the vague nondescript term “violent extremism,” a politically correct term often used by progressive Democrats in an attempt to not offend Muslims and lump in Christians with the regular incidences of radical Islamic terrorism occurring around the world in the name of Allah.
“I think the Democrats risk losing this election if they cannot put together the words ‘Islamic extremism’ as opposed to ‘violent extremism,'” Maher told Corey Booker, considered a rising star in the Democrat Party.
Sleazily, Booker attempted to slip in a false moral equivalency that there is somehow a widespread problem with something Booker invented called Christian terrorism (while claiming he wasn’t trying to create a false equivalency) but Maher immediately shut him down.
“But Christians are not trying to get a dirty bomb,” Maher correctly pointed out to the backpedaling Booker. “But that is a false equivalency,” he asserted.
Booker attempted to deflect and muddy the waters, trying desperately to change the subject, realizing that Maher was ripping off the fact that Democrats like slippery Booker would rather walk on fire than offend the death cult known as radical Islamic terrorism.
“Just say ‘Islamic terrorism’ — say those words and you’ll win the election. Avoid those words and you’re going to lose the election. That’s my advice,” Maher pleaded.
Booker, who has been plagued by ethical problems, has been considered to be a potential running mate of current Democrat frontrunner, corrupt liar Hillary Clinton. Considering slippery Corey Booker’s ability to spew high-level political correctness, he should fit right in with a Hillary Clinton administration.