Bill Maher has been speaking politics for many years, and he determined it’s time for a break.

No, HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” host isn’t retiring from the long-running present. Nor does he plan to change the format away from the most recent headlines.

Instead, the progressive comedian created a brand new podcast the place the main focus is on all the things however politics.

Meet “Club Random.”

“There’s a complete massive world on the market that isn’t about politics and Bill and his visitors discuss all of it,” goes the present’s description.

Refreshing.

The podcast’s visitor lineup displays that sentiment. Recent interview topics embrace comic Rob Schneider, Jack Osbourne, Nikki Glaser and John McEnroe.

The Schneider episode examined “Club Random’s” ethos early and infrequently.

Both Maher and Schneider veered away from the political chatter solely to preserve returning to it. Maher repeatedly mocked President Donald Trump, whereas Schneider targeted on the sorry state of California.

Both are technically no-nos in “Club Random” converse.

The most stunning a part of the dialog occurred when Schneider introduced up one of the vital egregious chapters in American historical past – the FBI’s complicity within the Russia collusion hoax.

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The Mueller Report cleared President Trump in 2019 of any official wrongdoing, however many on the Left and within the media nonetheless insisted Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election from former Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

It took the choice press, together with websites like Just The News to The Federalist, to present how a compromised FBI spun the collusion narrative out of entire fabric.

With some assist from Team Hillary, in fact.

No pee tape (sorry, Tom Arnold). No stolen election. No credibility to the Steele Dossier.

Tell that to Maher.

The HBO star spent a lot of the Schneider chat blasting President Trump’s unwillingness to settle for that he misplaced the 2020 presidential election.

Left unsaid? Hillary Clinton nonetheless thinks she received in 2016, a subject the media aggressively ignore. Some “massive lies” are bigger than others.

“The peaceable switch of energy .. that’s what Trump has damaged,” Maher stated about the actual property mogul’s unwillingness to settle for defeat in 2020.

“This man wants to go to jail,” Maher added, twisting a few of Trump’s phrases towards him within the course of.

Schneider, like some Republicans, agreed with Maher’s critiques of Trump’s post-election antics.

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The “Deuce Bigalow” star broadened the dialog by mentioning what number of Democrats didn’t settle for that Trump was the duly elected president beginning in 2016 and, for some, working by means of the present second.

“It was a travesty to not settle for him as president,” Schneider argued.

He’s proper. Maher countered that wasn’t as necessary, and as sacred, as what Trump did following his 2020 loss.

“They by no means settle for anyone. They by no means accepted Obama,” Maher countered, incorrectly. Disliking a pacesetter just isn’t the identical as rejecting his standing because the Commander in Chief. In reality, the impeachment discuss surrounding Trump occurred nearly instantly after he took the oath of workplace.

A 2017 impeachment effort, led by Houston Democrat Rep.Al Green, died a quick death earlier than his friends renewed their efforts in 2020, but this time successfully.

Schneider then introduced up the Russia collusion hoax, a scandal so massive the corrupt press has but to totally examine it or maintain folks accountable for the lies.

“And to begin this entire bulls***, this entire Russian collusion factor,” Schneider started.

“That’s not bulls****, both,” Maher interrupted his visitor.

The duo didn’t pursue the host’s remark, which was muttered however clearly audible.

Maybe Maher ought to edit any future political feedback out of “Club Random” completely. It could be much less embarrassing that manner. Or, he can bone up on New York Times’ columnist Bret Stephens.

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