Bill Maher ridicules snowflake MAGA hat-wearing Trump supporters -- with devastating dossier joke

Bill Maher ridicules snowflake MAGA hat-wearing Trump supporters -- with devastating dossier joke

Comedian Bill Maher brutally mocked supporters of President Donald Trump who are experiencing public shunning for wearing "Make America Great Again" hats.

"So you think you have problems, you cannot believe," the "Real Time" host noted.

"It's the people who wear 'Make America Great Again' hats -- you know, the MAGA hats -- they're complaining that they're receiving all kinds of prejudice when they go out to eat, in restaurants, in taverns, in airports," he noted.

Maher said, "Where ever they go, people see the 'Make America Great Again' hat and they judge them as some sort of knuckle-dragger -- I don't know where they're getting this."

"So -- I'm not making this up -- they came up with a kind of guidebook online, kind of a Green Book, for where you can go if you're a MAGA hat wearer where you'll be welcomed by people who think like you," he reported.

Maher imaged the type of businesses that may be found in the guide, like "Very White Castle."

"This greasy hamburger joint is perfect for infuriating the left. They serve only GMO's, and so non-organic, it's barely food. Extra-wide booths accommodate extra-wide customers at this MAGA-friendly spot that insists the link between cholesterol and heart disease is 'fake new,'" one review read.

Another review was for "Huckabee's."

"The restaurant chain that refuses to answer any questions. When are we open? We can't say. Do we take reservations? We don't have that information. Do you serve meatballs? Hey...leave Eric and Don, Jr. out of this!" the review read.

There was also a review for "Goldy's Splash House."

"Located just off Avenue P, Goldy's Splash House is staffed with high-end Russian hookers who always 'aim' to please," the review read.

"It doesn't take a whiz to figure out why so many consider this Flushing-based watering hole 'number one,'" the review added.

Maher also profiled two additional imaginary restaurants.


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