Bill Maher Hopes for a Recession to Oust Trump from Office

Back in 2015, Sandra Bullock starred in the political drama called “Our Brand is Crisis.” It was a movie showing that a bad candidate could get elected by lying about a Third World country being in “crisis.”

That’s basically the strategy of today’s Democrats, pretend things are going poorly even when the economy is booming. But some liberals want the narrative to be more than just a made-up story.

On this segment of “Dana Loesch Relentless” posted on YouTube, the TV host takes aim at Bill Maher’s suggestion — no, desire — or the economy to tank, and millions of Americans will be brutally unemployed.

Loesch, the face and force behind the NRA, plays a clip from HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” showing the progressive host and his extreme left buddy Dan Mitchell, chairman of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity. The pair of radical left-wingers are apparently angry that the GDP is up, unemployment is down and there are literally more jobs than Americans to fill them. Perhaps Dan Mitchell’s organization isn’t really about “prosperity” at all?

That being said, Dana Loesch takes them to task and exposes the truth about the far left’s attitude toward everyday Americans who work hard to put food on the table and provide for their families.

Take a moment to check out this NRA TV segment posted on YouTube and discover the ill will progressives like Bill Maher have toward hard-working Americans.

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