From day one when President Joe Biden stepped into the White House, it has been the main point of the Democrats to push the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic. From mask mandates, lockdowns, inflated statistics, to scare tactics, it has become apparent the Democrats will do whatever it takes to get every American vaccinated from the deadly virus that is COVID-19. And while they hope Americans are buying into their hysteria, host and political commentator Bill Maher blasted the liberal left while appearing on their favorite ABC show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

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Discussing the current events of the nation with Jimmy Kimmel, Maher went off on a rant when he opened up about how hard it has been selling tickets in certain parts of the country. “I have to cite a survey that was in The New York Times, which is a liberal paper, so they weren’t looking for this answer. But they were talking about this, the question was, what do you think the chances are that you would have to go to the hospital if you got COVID. And Democrats thought that was way higher than Republicans. 41% of Democrats, and the answer is between one and five percent.”

Maher continued by pointing the blame at the party controlling the narrative. “41% of Democrats thought it was over 50%, another 28% thought it was 20 to 49%. So 70% of Democrats thought it was way, way, way higher than it really was. Liberal media has to take a little responsibility for that, for scaring the s*** out of people.”

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Hoping to coax those still wary of the virus out of their houses, Maher concluded his tangent with, “And the reason why I’m bringing this up is because it’s much harder for every touring act to sell tickets in blue states. Whereas in red states, it’s all good to go. So I just want to say to those people in Raphael, in Pittsburgh, and New York, I ain’t gonna give it to you. I promise it’s safe. We’re doing everything we can. There’s distancing, there’s masking. Enjoy. Live life. Embrace life.”