Bill Maher, a prominent talk show host and self-identified Democrat, has voiced concerns about the Democratic Party’s current position, suggesting that former President Donald Trump is gaining popularity. Maher highlighted the recent visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to San Francisco, where the city witnessed a sudden cleanup of its streets ahead of the summit, raising questions about the timing and permanence of such measures.
Maher proposed that this street cleanup, even if temporary, signaled a potential victory for Trump, indicating a level of control that seemed lacking in the city’s usual state. He questioned the selective nature of addressing issues only when dignitaries visit and underscored the necessity for long-term solutions to ongoing problems.
The talk show host contrasted Trump’s messaging on plans to tackle homelessness, particularly for the mentally ill, with what he perceived as failures in Democratic policies. Maher suggested that people remember a time when conditions appeared more controlled and prosperous, drawing a comparison with the perceived chaos under President Biden’s administration.
Maher further expressed his belief that Biden should consider stepping aside, acknowledging concerns about the president’s age and predicting potential electoral losses. He referred to polling data indicating challenges for Biden among black people and young voters, emphasizing the need for the Democratic Party to address these issues. Despite Maher’s observations, the report concludes by noting that the Democratic leadership may not have fully recognized the severity of the situation.
👀 Now Even Bill Maher is Throwing in the Towel on Biden’s 2024 Run
“I don’t think he can win the job and that’s what I care about. He’s going to lose.” pic.twitter.com/9zVXi37ld2
— Chief Nerd (@TheChiefNerd) November 18, 2023
Enjoy this video of Donna Brazile freaking out about Democrats and Joe Biden losing young, Black, and Hispanic voters in droves to Trump on Bill Maher
“Biden’s lost a lot. The numbers are startling. Black and young.”
“Black and Hispanic young people. They’re shopping for… pic.twitter.com/cf9ooLFNeF
— Eric Abbenante (@EricAbbenante) November 18, 2023