The “Late Late Show” host issued an emotional rebuttal in a segment on his show in which he shared his personal experiences.
James Corden has clapped back against Bill Maher’s pleas for fat-shaming to “make a comeback.”on his latest episode of “Real Time”
“We have gone to this weird place where fat is good. It’s pointing out that fat is unhealthy, that’s what’s bad,” Maher said. “Fat shaming doesn’t need to end. It needs to make a comeback. Some amount of shame is good.”
Corden said he was surprised at Maher’s rant because Maher had been “pleasant” with him in the past. He also noted that “fat-shaming never went anywhere and is actually more harmful than helpful.
There’s a common and insulting misconception that fat people are stupid and lazy and we’re not. We get it. We know that being overweight isn’t good for us and I’ve struggled my entire life with trying to manage my weight and I suck at it.
We’re not all as lucky as Bill Maher. We don’t all have a sense of superiority that burns 35,000 calories a day. Fat-shaming is just bullying and bullying only makes the problem worse.
Corden ended his segment with a word of advice for Maher: “While you’re encouraging people to think about what goes into their mouths, just think a little harder about what comes out of yours.
From one husky boy to another: Bravo James. Now please pass the cheesecake.
Bill Maher closed his Friday night show on HBO with a blistering monologue by warning about the dangerous moment America finds itself in, where liberals are winning the culture war but continuing to lose elections.
I’m often surprised by liberals I talk to think we’re winning. We, who control nothing. Winning?” he said. “I think it’s because there are so many headlines that celebrate hollow victories of who we fired, and who we swarmed on social media, who we slammed and blasted with our tweets. Our symbolic victories are the only victories we get now. They get to cut their taxes, rip up the safety net and make coal a vegetable,” he said. “We get to banish actors.”
On this weeks episode of HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Maher went on an epic rant during his “New Rules” segment against the faux outrage against “politically incorrect” Halloween costumes.
“The fake outrage people get 364 days a year to hypersensitive about everything, there has to be one day where ‘going too far’ isn’t just OK, it’s celebrated,” Maher said. “Halloween is supposed to be politically incorrect. That’s why we say ‘trick or treat’ instead of ‘placate and coddle.’”
Maher then blasted “lazy liberalism” that sees faux outrage and politically correct cries as accomplishing something. Saying, “There’s 12 geishas in the whole world, and they’re all in Kyoto. they’re never going to find out you dressed like them at the office party in Irvine.”
Maher does on: “Banning a hobo costume doesn’t make the homeless feel better. It makes you feel better. This is the lazy liberalism in which scolding has become a substitute for actually doing something.”
Bill Maher went off last night on the Duggar family, reacting to the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, calling them what many Republicans think but won’t dare say out loud “the biggest freaks in the world.”
As for Josh Duggar, Maher said “any time you sexually repress, as religion always does, this is what happens.”
Dan Savage appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher to discuss gay issues in the news including same sex marriage being signed into law in Illionois, Alec Baldwin, “kiddie-fucking Catholic priests”, and “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary” Cheney and her wife who Dan calls out as “two rich dykes” who have never give a fuck about anyone else’s gay marriage before as they continue to support and donate to anti-gay GOP politicians.
Bill Maher ended his show Friday night with a blistering takedown of religious people who would love to do things like take care of the starving and needy if it weren’t always for some personal conflict getting in the way. Maher said these Christians should “just admit you’re selfish” and come to terms with the fact that their actions do not “mirror the spirit of Jesus.”
Maher ran the gamut from Republicans pushing for more food stamp cuts to a Christian family that left a homophobic note instead of a tip for their gay waiter. Maher said they repeatedly emphasized the line “not share” to show “they’ve really absorbed the message of Jesus.”
Maher mocked the Christian message of “I believe in charity, just not for people who need it” and concluded that “there’s always a good moral Christian to tell everyone they meet to fuck off and die.”
Ya, poor Bill is upset because Ashcroft covered the breast of a statue but apparently has no problem with Holder, walking guns into the hands of the Mexican drug cartels. Yep, Bill can’t wait for the pedophiles to file suit, claiming that their constitutional rights are being violated because they’re not being allowed to molest children. After all, if they’re born homosexual, then why should they have to wait just because of the antiquated views of a bunch of Bible thumping conservatives? Old Bill doesn’t seem to have a problem with the fact that this President spent two weeks blaming a YouTube video for the deaths of Americans in Benghazi and then sold a personalized flag poster with stripes that appeared to be the Blood of those Heroic Americans.
No, I guess just about anything that is Sordid and Depraved is all right with Bill.
I will be happy if it is not the commie bulls**t we get now. Funny how the leftists embrace Islamic extremism but not Christianity in any amount. That plays into the mental disorder of liberalism since the Islamic mainstream oppose almost all aspects of the liberal lifestyle, including abortion, womens lib, and anything gay.
Thank you Brietbart.com commenters for proving Bill Maher’s point.