HBO’s ‘Real Time’ host Bill Maher could responded on Friday to the submission of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Attorney General Bill Barr.
“I know why you’re happy, the Mueller report finally came out,” he noted.
“For liberals, this is like Christmas — if it was based on real events,” he added.
Maher noted that cable news was endlessly speculating on the content of the report, despite not having read the report.
“What we do know, for sure, is that Individual One is in deep number two,” Maher said.
Maher also joked about Trump’s attacks on the late Sen. John McCain. Maher also criticized Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), whom he referred to as “McCain’s widow.”
“Today, Trump asked his Russian hookers to pee on McCain’s grave,” he said.
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Emotional vulnerability that is at the source of male gun ownership explored in new documentary
On the surface, the gun debate almost appears on the surface to be a debate between men and women, as Moms Against Gun Violence dominates the anti-NRA conversation. It's given the pro-gun argument a twinge of masculinity at the heart of gun culture, but it's taken out of the debate about gun violence.
A short Washington Post documentary explores the statistic that more than 80 percent of the mass shootings, suicides with a gun and homicides with a gun are committed by men.
Evangelical calls out Christian right for continuing to oppose therapeutic weed: ‘America is sick’
In a column for the New York Times, religion writer Jonathan Merritt made the Christian case to evangelicals who aligned themselves with the Republican Party during the Ronald Reagan era to accept that therapeutic marijuana could ease the suffering of hundreds of thousands of pain sufferers -- and that Jesus would approve.
According to Merritt, who admits he grew up the son of an evangelical pastor, that he was raised to believe that "marijuana was just one more sinful tool that the devil used to shred America’s moral fabric."
Florida city agrees to pay $600,000 ransom to hackers
A Florida town has agreed to pay a $600,000 ransom in Bitcoin after hackers paralyzed its computer systems.
The payment was authorized this week by the city council of Riviera Beach, which is located north of Miami and has a population of around 32,500, the Palm Beach Post reported.
According to the newspaper, the virus that shut down the city's computer systems was unleashed on May 29 by an employee of the city's police department who opened a phishing email.
The city posted a notice to the public on its website on June 5 stating it had "experienced a data security event" and was "working with our internal management team and third party consultants to address all issues."