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Saturday, September 28, 2019

Bill Maher Makes Some Sense—Finally

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 1:02:00 A.M. EDT

Ian Hanchett
27 Sep 2019
Breitbart

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that while he doesn’t think 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden was “doing something terrible in Ukraine,” Hunter Biden’s behavior in Ukraine “does sound like something Don Jr. would do. And if Don Jr. did it, it would be all Rachel Maddow was talking about.”

Maher began by saying, “I don’t think he was doing something terrible in Ukraine, but it’s just so — why can’t politicians tell their f*cking kids get a job? Get a goddamn job. I mean, this kid was paid $600,000 because his name is Biden, by a gas company in Ukraine, this super corrupt country that just had a revolution to get rid of corruption. It just looks bad. And the Republicans are geniuses at muddying the waters. … It’s all going to be about, you did this in Ukraine, well, Joe Biden did this.”

Maher added, “It does sound like something Don Jr. would do. And if Don Jr. did it, it would be all Rachel Maddow was talking about.”

GRA: Maher: “I mean, this kid was paid $600,000 because his name is Biden, by a gas company in Ukraine, this super corrupt country that just had a revolution to get rid of corruption. It just looks bad.”

Me: Exactly—and Don Jr. DIDN’T do it—Hunter BIDEN did, because he was the Veep's kid—end of story.
--GRA

N.S.: How is it not a corruption story, when a foreign entity in a country fully dependent on American largesse gives the Vice President’s son $600,000? Giving an immediate family member a large sum of money for no good reason is a classic bribe, just as it was a bribe when the University of Chicago Hospital corporation paid Michelle “Obama” $100,000 for a show-no or no-show job while her husband (who was on a committee that disbursed money to the hospital) was Illinois state senator, raised her pay to $300,000 when he was elected U.S. senator, and after he was elected president and she had not even pretended to be doing a job for many months, instead of “replacing” her, officially eliminated the phony job. Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich went to prison for that sort of thing.


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