“Real Time” host Bill Maher took a blowtorch towards San Francisco’s “crazy” reparations plan that would give Black residents millions of dollars.
During the panel discussion on Friday night with former presidential candidate Andrew Yang and Representative Elissa Slotkin, D-Mich., Maher asked if the reparation proposal is going “too far,” saying it’s “quite a lot” to give each Black resident $5 million.
“Even I didn’t go this far,” Yang quipped, alluding to his universal basic income policy he ran on in 2020.
“I mean it seems like, you know, when people ask why are you talking against the woke craziness- because it’s crazy. Isn’t that crazy? And by the way, San Francisco doesn’t have a history of slavery or anything like that, you know. It would cost every citizen left $600,000 each. This is madness, is it not?” Maher said.
Yang called the proposal a “political statement,” saying, “We have a lot of people at various stages of public office who are putting out bills and policies that are more for the messaging and stoking the fires on social media than actually trying to get something passed.”
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— Real Time with Bill Maher (@RealTimers) March 16, 2023
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Bill Maher torches San Francisco’s ‘crazy’ reparations plan: ‘This is madness’ https://t.co/WReSRKcVgC
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