WATCH: BILL MAHER LAMENTS ROLE OF ‘CRAZY’ SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS IN KAVANAUGH’S LIKELY CONFIRMATION

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HBO host Bill Maher on Friday cast some of the blame for Judge Kavanaugh’s likely confirmation to social justice warriors who are “crazy enough” to ignite fears that scrutiny in the future will include high school records.

“There are social justice warriors who are crazy enough in this country, I fight with them all the time, who … they lend enough credence to this to make people think, ‘Oh, you know what? They’re going to go after my high school record,’” Maher told his “Real Time With Bill Maher” panel during a Friday discussion. “‘That’s fair game now.’ And it becomes sort of a privacy thing.” – READ MORE

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s Real Time, host Bill Maher stated Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh was “acting” during his appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee and said, “I also don’t even believe that his 10-year-old daughter said let’s pray for that woman.”

Maher said, “So, this performance he put on yesterday, I always say, you know, acting is not that hard. I’ve always said that about Hollywood. You can say that, and then reality television came along and showed it’s true. It’s not that — anyone can do it.”

He added, “I’m just saying, I believe that was acting, and I also don’t even believe that his 10-year-old daughter said let’s pray for that woman.” – READ MORE

HBO’s Bill Maher lashed out at Sen. Lindsey Graham on Friday for his defense of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, saying the South Carolina Republican was missing “the stabilizing influence of his dead boyfriend,” meaning the late Sen. John McCain.

Maher, host of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” took shots at Graham multiple times — for example, saying in his opening monologue that the senator was “familiar” with the “back door.”

“The fact that Trump can either find people like him or make him … Lindsey Graham needs the stabilizing influence of his dead boyfriend,” Maher said later, in reference to McCain, who died Aug. 25 at age 81. – READ MORE

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