Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Bill Maher’s last show, asking whether Maher will finally discuss Louis C.K. tonight:

On his HBO show last Friday, Bill Maher showed what a coward he is by refusing to slam his pervert buddy, Louis C.K. Instead, he made a vicious attack on the Holy Family, prompting us to start a petition asking for justice. To sign it, click here.

Does Maher have the guts to finally take down Louis C.K. tonight?

The question needs to be asked because Maher has spent the last 20 years bashing all priests for the offensive behavior of a few. But as everyone knows, it takes no courage to rip priests—Hollywood has been relentlessly bashing priests for decades, paving the way for the Imperial Wizard of anti-Catholic bigots, Bill Maher.

Will this little man run tonight the way he did last Friday by ignoring the sick conduct of his good friend?

Maher had plenty of opportunities to mention Louis C.K. last week, especially when he introduced Sarah Silverman, another foul-mouthed anti-Catholic bigot. It would have been so much fun to see Sarah discuss why her sister, Laura, never protested when her boyfriend, Louis C.K., masturbated in front of her. According to her account, he did so more than 20 times.

What kind of woman allows her date to masturbate in front of her over and over again? Why did she keep going back for more? Maher could have had a field day with that. But it is not too late—he could revisit the dating game experiences of Laura and C.K. tonight.

Maher should invite another one of his anti-Catholic associates, Jon Stewart, and ask him why he claimed ignorance of Louis C.K.’s pathological behavior when he was asked about it in 2016. Now Stewart admits he knew of all the chatter about Louis C.K. and regrets not doing anything about it. Instead of offering regrets, he should explain why he did nothing to intervene and then lied about knowing of his colleague’s perversions.

Maher could also ask Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Seth Meyers why they made light of their sicko compatriot when news of Louis C.K. broke. They love to pile on priests, but when it comes to one of their own, they act like wimps.

If nothing else, Maher needs to explain his cognitive dissonance: When the subject of sexual perversions comes up, his response ranges from fury to silence. I guess it all depends on who the pervert is.

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