Bill Maher Backs Truckers in Stunning Statement

Outspoken leftist Bill Maher made a surprising statement in support of Canadian truckers.

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While many liberals are attacking the truckers, Maher says they have every right to be furious with political elites.

Maher said trucker are “not wrong” for being “p***ed off.”

Going further, Maher accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of “sounding like Hitler.”

The left-wing comedian admitted that he initially thought Trudeau seemed like a “cool guy,” but his vicious and disturbing attacks on unvaccinated people have changed Maher’s mind.

Maher said Trudeau “was talking about people who are not vaccinated. He said, ‘They don’t believe in science. They’re often misogynistic, often racist,’” Maher said, quoting Trudeau.

“No, they’re not,” Maher reacted. “He said, ‘But they take up space. And with that we have to make a choice in terms of a leader as a country. Do we tolerate these people?’

“‘Tolerate these people’? Now you do sound like Hitler,” Maher said.

“And recently, he talked about them holding unacceptable views… I mean, c’mon!” Maher exclaimed. “I think that’s what get under people’s skin.”

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“Woke, Inc.” author Vivek Ramaswamy agreed, telling Maher it’s about the “uprising of everyday citizens” against “the rise of this managerial class in democracies around the world.”

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“These are the unelected class leaders that ultimately, I think, are using the bureaucratic power to supplant the will of everyday – not only Americans but Canadians and Western Europeans too – and that’s why we’re seeing a fusion of both the left and the right here saying that, ‘Actually we want our voices heard. We want to be able to speak without fear of putting food on the dinner table,’” Ramaswamy said.

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Maher asked himself “why truckers” specifically were organizing such a protest and went on to answer his own question by pointing out they were the ones making the deliveries to the people working from home during the pandemic.

“You didn’t use that word ‘elitist’ in your whole speech, but, like, that’s the word I think is on people’s tongues and minds,” Maher told Ramaswamy. “There is this idea, and it’s not wrong, that some people are staying home in their Lululemons and other people can afford to, like, wait out and get a free vacation and money from the government, and other people can’t. And they’re p—ed off- the people who can’t.”