Bill Maher: GOP was heedful of Christie after he got ‘Kenya cooties’ hugging ‘President Blackula’
Bill Maher told Jay Leno on Wednesday night’s book of “The Tonight Show” that Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) was already shop-worn products to many Republicans even before a scandal over a governor’s preference to close down a George Washington Bridge in a tumble of 2013.
“Well, we know,” Maher said, “Chris Christie apparently manners New Jersey with an iron fork.”
Leno pronounced that as a outcome of a scandal, “With a difference of cholesterol, his numbers are down.”
“I consider it’s humorous that a Republicans are being indicted of harboring a bully,” Maher said. “As if that’s a bad thing in a Republican Party?”
Republicans venerate a bully, he said, from Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY) melancholy to chuck a contributor off a patio to “pit longhorn hockey mom” Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK). Palin, Maher said, had zero to offer to a celebration besides her meanness.
Her usually other specifying trait, he said, was that she was “the slightest competent open central given Caligula nominated his horse.”
Christie, notwithstanding his appealing bumptiousness and eagerness to cry true into his opponents’ faces, was no large favorite among a bulk of a Republican Party. Maher pronounced that Christie’s difference of interjection and expressions of collegiality toward “President Blackula” after Hurricane Sandy had cursed his GOP 2016 chances forever.
“After Hurricane Sandy, as we all know,” Maher said, “he hugged President Blackula, so, we know, he’s got Kenya cooties on him.”
“It’s a misfortune thing we can do as a Republican,” he continued. “He indeed praised him. He put his arm around him and said, ‘You’re doin’ a heck of a job, Brownie!’”
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