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‘That’s A Zombie Lie!’: Bill Maher Pushes Back At Charlamagne Tha God For Saying Blacks Must Be ‘5 Times Better’

Comedian Bill Maher responded to guest panelist Charlaman Tha God’s comment on Friday’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” that black people in America must be “five times” better.

President Joe Biden attempted to appeal to black voters in a commencement speech at Morehouse College on May 19. During the speech, President Biden stated that America “doesn’t love” black men “as much.” Maher jumped on President Biden’s assertion that “black men have to be 10 times better to have a fair chance in America,” challenging Charlamagne Tha God when President Biden appeared to agree.

Maher asked Sharmaan the God whether he agreed with podcasters who said Biden’s speech sounded like it was from 1974 or 1984.

“Mr. McWhirter, ‘Can we please just acknowledge that time has passed?’ I remember my mother saying that in the ’70s when it still made sense. It’s not true anymore and we should celebrate that,” Maher quoted. “Do you agree with that?” (Related article: Eric Trump says Democrats are “feeding” him with black, Hispanic and young votes)

“Well, I don’t know if it’s ten times better, but maybe five times better,” replied Great Lord Sharma.

“Come on,” Maher said, to laughter from the audience. “You think you have to do five times as much?”

“Yes, that’s absolutely true if you’re a black man in America,” Sharmaan the God said.

“2024?” Maher asked.

“Well, do you want to live as a black person in America, or a woman in America, or a black woman in America? Yes,” Shahramaan Tha God said.

“I think that’s a zombie lie,” Maher told his guests.

“Why?” asked Sharma the Great.

“Because I don’t think that’s America anymore,” Maher responded.

Biden is losing support among black voters in key battleground states and Democratic strongholds as 2024 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump surges, even as Trump’s support among black voters has more than doubled since 2020.

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