Liberal Psychotherapists Tries To Defend Maher’s Statement About Wanting A Economic Recession
HBO tv show host, Bill Maher, stated on his show Saturday that he hopes the economy fails because he believes it’s the only way Democrats will get Trump out of office. How do you stand behind a person who wants others to suffer in order to achieve their own personal goals?
According to Psychotherapist Nancy Colier it’s President Trump’s fault that Bill Maher hopes Americans suffer to fufill the liberal agenda. “We have a raging narcissist in the office,” Colier says, excusing Maher’s extreme views and ridiculous comments. But wait- Isn’t it narcissistic to want your country to fail because success didn’t happen on YOUR terms? Come on!
Bill Mager’s Comments on HBO, understandably, caused outrage [seen below]. Trump’s economy clearly has liberals foaming at the mouth in envy. He’s done what their president couldn’t – turned the economy around. Why wish your fellow Americans well in the midst of economic success when you can hope they lose everything? Anything to get Trump out, right? Liberal logic.
Bill Maher is hoping for an economic collapse. He actually told that to a man he interviewed on television, offering up the rationale that a crashed economy is the only way to get rid of President Trump. According to the Washington Examiner, Maher said:
“I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point, and by the way, I’m hoping for it.”
“I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So please, bring on the recession. Sorry if that hurts people, but it’s either root for a recession or you lose your democracy.”
People getting thrown out of work? Falling incomes? Depleted savings? Wage stagnation? A new homelessness epidemic (the current one of which started under Obama)? Empty towns, an increased opioid epidemic? Higher suicide rates, fewer babies, young adults living in their mom’s basements?
You know, the way things were during the Obama years?
He’s all for it, but, you know, “sorry it hurts people.” A crocodile tear falls… What makes these thoughts amusing, and not in a good way for Maher, is that on one level, he recognizes the link between Trump’s rising popularity and the roaring good economy of the kind that hasn’t been seen since the 1980s…