This Liberal Comedian Just Shut Down Hillary Clinton With One Sentence

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There are Democrats getting fed up with the far left dragging the party into a ditch.

Some are speaking up.

And this liberal comedian just shut down Hillary Clinton with one sentence.

As American Patriot Daily reports:

Democrats ramped up their extreme rhetoric about abortion trying to fire up their voters in the wake of an appalling leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

Liberals are staring down the barrel of a midterm election disaster and tried to change the subject from Joe Biden’s failures by telling lies about what ending abortion on demand in America would mean.

In an interview on CBS, Hillary Clinton falsely claimed the Supreme Court reversing Roe would create an open season for conservatives to pass laws discriminating against Americans.

“And any American who says, ‘Look, I’m not a woman, this doesn’t affect me. I’m not black. That doesn’t affect me. I’m not gay. That doesn’t affect me.’ Once you allow this kind of extreme power to take hold, you have no idea who they will come for next,” Clinton ranted.

This is a lie.

Reversing Roe v. Wade would end the practice of the Supreme Court imposing abortion on demand on every state in America.

Joe Biden doubled down on Clinton’s false claim ranting and raving that overturning Roe would lead to segregation in public schools.

“What happens if you have changes in the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can’t be in classrooms with other children?” Biden falsely claimed. “Is that legit under the way the decision is written?”

At least one prominent liberal was not buying this nonsensical argument put forth by Clinton and Biden.

HBO “Real Time” host Bill Maher slammed the idea that Roe could never be overturned calling the left’s claim that Roe was settled law a “bullsh!t argument.”

Maher noted that the Supreme Court overturned precedents all the time citing the example of Brown v. Board of Education reversing the shameful 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson case which established the segregationist doctrine of separate but equal.

“This whole bullsh!t argument about, well, it’s settled law, so was segregation. Plessy v. Ferguson was settled law in 1896 and thank God somebody said, let’s unsettle it. So, it’s not — that’s a bullshit argument. It’s what you think, if you like babies, then you’re pro-life, and if you like women, you’re pro-choice. I like women.”

Maher also debunked the absurd idea that the conservatives on the Supreme Court would use overturning Roe to roll back protections against segregation by noting that Clarence Thomas was in an interracial marriage.

Maher told the simple truth to his liberal viewers that abortion was different than any other issue because either you believe abortion is the taking of a human life or you don’t.

“Clarence Thomas is [in] an interracial marriage. Do you think Clarence Thomas — I just — I feel like…abortion is unique. It is. Because people either — you just have this view that it’s murder — I could put the argument on a hat when people talk about a woman’s right, murder isn’t a right. If you think it’s murder — I don’t — again, crazy me,” Maher concluded.