The radical left is making war against Christians again and this time they have gone too far.
On his podcast, proud atheist Bill Maher stated ” We are going to have to cancel God” before stating this he claimed Jesus supported slavery by taking Bible verses out of context.
Here’s an idea let’s just cancel Bill Maher instead!
— TheWrap (@TheWrap) August 15, 2020
Every leftist in human history wants to cancel God. It worked in North Korea, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Cuba…. https://t.co/IRmTRShunp
— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) August 15, 2020
Yahoo had this to say about Bill Maher saying we should cancel God:
During the “New Rules” segment at the end of Friday’s “Real Time,” Bill Maher returned to one of his favorite things to complain about — so-called “cancel culture” — and in the process made a curious argument that seemed somewhat hard to parse in light of his history as one of the most outspoken atheists of modern times.
The rant, which advanced the point that as a culture we’re going overboard with denouncements of any association with America’s problematic past, centered around the joke that this can be taken to such an extreme “we’re gonna have to cancel God.”
But Maher was really annoyed by that because, as he sees it, it’s impossible to go anywhere in America that isn’t the site of horrors. “If this is the new rule it’s gonna be hard to go to a lot of places in the South. It was kind of one big plantation,” he said.
Adding that “every wedding, every funeral, every slip-n-slide on this blood-soaked land is inappropriate” given the facts of how America was built, he said “we can’t just pack up our government and pretend none of this country ever happened” and suggested instead the focus be on learning to”live in the present and make the future better.”
“If being a product of your time is no longer an excuse, what I have to say about this guy?” Maher said, at which point a painting of Jesus Christ appeared on screen.
— ET Canada (@ETCanada) August 15, 2020
MSN had this to say about Bill Maher’s comments:
Bill Maher took on cancel culture during his “New Rules” segment on Friday’s edition of HBO’s “Real Time”, joking that the phenomenon has become so pervasive that if things keep progressing it could result in the hashtag #GodIsOverParty.
Maher began the segment by discussing Ryan Reynolds’ recent apology for the location of his 2012 wedding to Blake Lively, which took place on a Southern plantation where slaves once laboured.
As Maher pointed out, even the Bible has some awkward passages that wouldn’t exactly be embraced right now, citing Colossians 3:22, Ephesians 6:5 and Peter 2:18, which encourage slaves to “submit to your masters.”
I said it once I’ll say it again let’s cancel Bill Maher.
He’s only relevant because he likes to make offensive statements against Christians and that’s been his bread and butter since he got a platform.
He literally said to cancel the God who created him, may God have mercy on his soul on the judgment day.