Bill Maher Trashes Amy Coney Barrett’s Christian Faith: She’s a “F—— Nut”

National   |   Sergie Daez   |   Oct 21, 2020   |   11:05AM   |   Washington, DC

Bill Maher claimed that Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was a “f—in’ nut.” Now he’s produced the evidence: speaking in tongues.

Last Friday, the comedian not only referred to speaking in tongues as “babbling” on Real Time with Bill Maher, he also criticized the practice with profane words: “It’s not wrong to call out nuts when sh-t is nuts.” He concluded the show by proclaiming that Democrats “won’t make Barrett’s religion an issue – but they should, because being nuts is relevant.” wrote about Maher’s gibes in an article that included a video segment of his mainly anti-Catholic rhetoric. Maher derided Barrett’s charismatic Catholic group, People of Praise, for speaking in tongues, complaining that “now it’s on the court!”

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Maher continued his attack on People of Praise by exaggerating their religious fervor and beliefs, saying: “she was raised in an extremist Catholic community called ‘People of Praise.’” The term “extremist” should be reserved for religions that condone destructive, fanatic behavior such as airline hijackings and suicide terrorism to promote their beliefs.

He was also certain that Barrett would criminalize abortion. He stated that she’s “been groomed since birth to overturn Roe vs. Wade. She’s like the Terminator, a robot programmed to fulfill one task, except she wasn’t sent from the future, she was sent from the past.”

Bill Maher is just another left-wing nut who hates faithful Catholics, particularly Amy Coney Barrett. Because she practices her faith, he’s scared that she’ll help overturn the court decisions he loves. Maher can’t stand orthodox Catholicism, so he spews out mindless rubbish to discredit it. That is the usual reaction of a leftist whenever they hear or see something they disagree with.

LifeNews Note: Sergie Daez is Staff Writer for MRC Culture at the Media Research Center where this originally appeared.