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If you haven’t seen Bill Maher’s Real Time rant against “false equivalency” in the presidential campaign, here’s another chance because it is not to be missed. Maher laments the political ignorance of voters (and he singles out millennials, hilariously) who refuse to choose between the “evils” of Trump and Clinton; notes that Clinton may be a tiny bit more truthful than “the ultimate straight shooter,” Bernie Sanders; scores a ricochet shot on Colin Kaerpernick via the religious right; and urges clueless voters not to flatter themselves as “cynical,” because “cynical comes when you know too much.”

His eyes are wide open, and he’s with her. Just click.

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