Bill Maher slams students in the "liberal bubble" at Emory University who were traumatized by someone writing 'Trump 2016' in chalk on campus. Maher reacted to the story on Friday's edition of his HBO show Real Time.
"I so badly want to dropkick these kids into a place where there is actual pain and suffering. What happened in this country?" Maher said.
BILL MAHER: Let's talk about the liberal bubble... and I'm always criticizing what goes on on college campuses. There was a doozy this week at Emery University. Oh my gosh. You know what happened at Emory? Somebody wrote pro-Trump messages on the sidewalk in chalk. And, I swear to God, the kids went apeshit...
One student said, 'I legitimately feared for my life. I thought we were having a KKK rally on campus.'
FMR. GOV. JENNIFER GRANHOLM, GUEST: What were the messages?
MAHER: Just Trump 2016 -- in chalk!
GRANHOLM: Oh my.
MAHER: Here's another one: 'I'm supposed to feel comfortable and safe, but this man -- Trump -- is being supported by students on campus.' As is their right in a democracy. 'And our administration shows by their silence they support it as well. I don't deserve to feel afraid at my school.'
MAHER: I so badly want to dropkick these kids into a place where there is actual pain and suffering. What happened in this country?