Bill Maher Says Unfair to Give $$$ to Texas Because They Diss Socialism

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Bill Maher thinks states like Texas don’t deserve federal aid for Hurricane Harvey basically because they don’t believe in socialism. He also made a broad sweeping accusation about them not believing in climate change.

Everyone knows the climate changes.

Maher sees everything in terms of politics, but the right is just as humanitarian as wnyone else. In cases of need, you help others.

Ironically, most people who will be helped in Texas are Democrats. It’s a Democrat area with a lot of illegal immigrants.

HBO host Bill Maher complained on his HBO show that it “seems a little unfair” for residents of conservative states like Texas to ask for federal assistance in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

“These places that got flooded, like Texas, okay, they have a low tax base,” Maher said on Friday. “So, the federal government bails them out. Their governors, their legislators they don’t believe in climate science.”

“It seems like the responsible folks in this country, the people who pay a little more taxes and the people who believe in climate change are bailing out the people who hate government, except when they need government when they’re in trouble,” he continued. “That seems a little unfair.”

“Suddenly, socialism is not such a bad idea when you’re standing in toxic floodwater.”

As far as socialism is concerned, it is the toxic floodwater. Just ask Venezuela.

Where do you even start with an ignorant statement like that? States like Texas aren’t demanding no federal government, they are demanding limited government. Catastrophes are what the federal government should be handling.

As for hurricanes being tied to climate change, scientists say climate change is not shown to be the cause of hurricanes which have lessened over the decades.

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  1. Maher doesn’t believe in “climate science”, only what fools tell him. Why do hurricanes happen always in the same area.
    We haven’t had any serious hurricanes for a good decade or more and then this year there are significant ones.
    What has changed during this time span. The one change that “climate scientists” will, and have disputed as a contributing factor is the sun. During the times of low to no activity the sun also had no activity, in the form of solar storms. These latest hurricanes were preceded by significant solar storms. It is likely the two Are related. During the lull both the upper and lower atmospheres achieved a certain stability as there was no outside influences. When the solar storms occurred it expelled a gigantic amount of energy directed At the earth. The areas where hurricanes develop is in the direct path of these storms. In the higher and lower latitudes that energy hits the earth at an angle and, therefore, must go through more atmospheric layers and thus diminished. Such energies creates pressure and temperature changes which are the impetus to create storms, as hurricanes, in the form of ‘hot-air’ rises. It is quite noticeable in the hurricane images seen on TV. Those Large circles in ‘red’ are the temperatures at the tops of the upper clouds.

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