WATCH: Bill Maher unveils Sarah Palin’s hilarious ‘rap debut’
Sarah Palin isn’t just including more rhymes in her public speeches because she’s “unhinged,” Bill Maher said on Friday’s episode of Real Time; she’s actually becoming a rapper.
As proof, Maher produced the cover to the former Alaska governor’s “debut,” The Miseducation of Sarah Palin, and listed some of the tracks: “Boyz In My Daughter,” “Me So Honky,” and “Fear Of A Black Planet (No Seriously, I’m Terrified Of Black People),” among others.
With Palin campaigning on behalf of Donald Trump, Maher asked her fellow Trump surrogate Andy Dean — who is perhaps best known for being mocked on CNN for using a “booster chair” — why the GOP front-runner insists on calling upon her.
“First of all, she didn’t help in Iowa; he lost there. He lost Alaska,” Maher argued, adding, “She’s like that Billy Bass toy — the novelty’s worn off, we can’t remember why we thought it was fun to begin with, and yet it keeps talking. And quite frankly, it looks like it’s on meth.”
“She’s not a senior member of the campaign,” Dean said in response. “She was gonna endorse somebody, and it was between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, and she’s a national figure. She was a vice-presidential nominee.”
“‘She’s a national figure’?” author Max Brooks shot back. “So was Ted Bundy.”
Watch the discussion, as posted online on Friday, below.