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Bill Maher Tells Us to Forget Mars, “Make Earth Great Again”

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Bill Maher says to forget about Mars and the idea of starting fresh on the Red Planet. On Friday’s Real Time, the host welcomed Earth Day by using his New Rules segment to blast billionaires, Hollywood, and the news media for painting Mars out to be “the party planet next door.”

“Everyone has to shut up about Mars and how cool it would be to live there,” Maher said, referencing The Martian with Matt Damon, the space dreams of Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, and Elon Musk, and President Donald Trump’s call for a manned mission to the fourth rock from the sun by 2033.

“If we’re going to overhaul a planet,” Maher said about Trump’s $450 million proposal, “let’s do this one.”

He condemned the “stupid fantasy” of a “reasonable planetary back-up” as a “dangerous idea that culture is already too taken with – that we can keep on trashing Earth.”

Saying that he’ll “put it in terms simple enough for Steve Doocy to understand,” Maher said, “I’m a big fan of Earth-only attractions, like breathing.”

“You want to explore something cold and hard? How about facts – facts that confirm climate change is killing us but completely do-able policies could reverse that.”

Maher said: “Stop looking for the Goldilocks planet, this is it.” He then ended his segment by revealing an adjusted version of Trump’s infamous red cap and declaring “Make Earth Great Again.”

Maher opened his show with a bit about former disgraced Fox News host Bill O’Reilly. He said that the network’s backup star, Sean Hannity, was free of any sexual scandals. “Unless you count the nightly blowjob he gives to President Trump,” Maher laughed.

Later in the show, Maher criticized Berkley’s decision to cancel conservative author Ann Coulter’s scheduled April 27th speech.

“Berkley used to be the cradle of free speech,” he said. “And now it’s just the cradle for fucking babies.”

Maher had previously expressed a similar sentiment towards liberals and college students when violence broke out at Middlebury College last month. The violent protests were in response to political scientist Charles Murray’s campus speech.

Maher also took issue with a tweet by Howard Dean, who claimed that the First Amendment doesn’t protect hate speech. “Yes it does,” Maher exclaimed.

He added: “I feel like this is liberal’s version of book burning, and it’s got to stop.”

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