Now, of course, it would be ludicrous to suggest that Greene and Maher are politically aligned. Maher has often cited the Congresswomen as a perfect example of how crazy the right can be.
This year, the HBO star aired a mock segment on Greene after rumours she may run alongside Donald Trump in the 2024 election.
Sure, it’s not surprising that Maher has become slightly more politically natural as he believes the left is consistently abandoning its traditional principles. Never has the Real Time host ever publically stated a new affiliation with the Republican Party. Despite this, many have attempted in recent years to suggest Bill is moving to the right.
Whilst appearing on the Club Random podcast, Dave Rubin asked Maher what it would take for him to vote Republican.
“If California says I have to take shots and DeSantis says I don’t, hello Florida. That’s what I’ll say about DeSantis,” Maher responded.
Even so, Maher is very obviously rooting for the Dems in the upcoming Presidential election no matter how much he is warming to a number of Conservative talking points.
Greene mentions Maher
Speaking at CPAC this week, Majorie Taylor Greene was the latest to name-drop Maher when suggesting the HBO and CNN host sometimes agrees with her politics.
“People like Bill Maher agree with me,” Greene told a group of Conservative activists. “Even though he attacks me.”
Greene is not entirely wrong. It’s easily suggestible that Maher and the Republican do share some political perspectives most clearly on issues such as transgenderism and woke politics.
Many on Twitter have claimed that Bill Maher will want to distance himself from any affiliation with the politician who has recently been flooded with controversy. Greene has downplayed the Capitol Hill Insurrection, claimed Global Warming could be good for us and has called for a halt to Ukraine funding, all in the space of a year.