Bill Maher didn’t mince words on HBO’s “Real Time” Friday while dissecting the #MeToo movement.
One of Maher’s guests was New York Times editor and writer Bari Weiss — a female writer notable for her criticisms of the #MeToo movement.
Maher warned his audience that some perfectly normal behaviors are being perverted and that even men coming forward to discuss the “spectrum” of sexual misbehavior (such as actor Matt Damon) is colossally backfiring.
“When you’re wrong even when you say the right thing, then I feel like a husband,” Maher joked.
“I don’t think it’s the majority of [millennials],” Maher explained.