Comedian Bill Maher made the argument Friday that an extreme focus on certain issues has made Democrats “toxic” to half of the country.
Maher raised the question on Friday’s “Real Time With Bill Maher,” asking why an election that was advertised as a repudiation of Republicans turned out to only be a repudiation for President Donald Trump. (RELATED: ‘You Look At Me Like I’m Making This Up’: Bill Maher Fires Back When Former CNN Journalist Downplays Violence)
“With two Senate seats in Georgia still possible, seats that will make the difference between gridlock and progress, Democrats must figure out why so many voters still say to them, ‘You’re good enough, you’re smart enough, but doggone it, we don’t like you,’” Maher explained.
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) November 14, 2020
Maher noted that while Democrats were projected to win the White House, they had failed to take convincing control of the Senate or flip a single state legislature — and they had lost seats in the House, diminishing their