MSNBC commentator Rick Wilson couldn’t help but make fun of the evangelical community for giving President Donald Trump a pass on his alleged extramarital affairs and moral quandaries.
During “Real Time Overtime,” Wilson told host Bill Maher that he was quoting “The Book of Poontang” to back up his claims.
“And it says, thou shalt allow The Donald to f*ck porn stars and let him get away with it,” Wilson joked.
He explained that the decision to give Trump a so-called “mulligan” on morality is nothing more than a Mt. Everest-size mountain of bullsh*t” and that the evangelicals are “on the peek of that mountain.”
During his opening monologue, Maher hit the evangelical community just as hard.
Watch the full portion of Overtime below:
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