BREAKING: Anti-Trump Conspiracy EXPOSED – Look Who Is Guilty…

HBO host Bill Maher took to the air to speak out about what he thinks is a conspiracy to get rid of former President Donald Trump.

“Maher said there was ‘a conspiracy to get rid of’ former President Donald Trump by the media,” reports Breitbart.

Maher continued on-air, adding that he believes the media buried the Hunter Biden story “because they were like, we can’t risk having the election thrown to Trump, we’ll tell them after the election.”

Anti-Trump Conspiracy Revealed

Maher said, “My friend Sam Harris was on a podcast…they were talking about Hunter Biden’s laptop, which was a story and now all the mainstream press has finally admitted it was a real story, it was a real laptop — now look, let’s not pussyfoot around this, he was selling the influence of his father, Joe Biden.”

Maher continued, “I mean, most political sons do. … Hunter Biden’s laptop was buried by the press, even the head of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, said that was a mistake. They buried the story because they remembered what happened with James Comey and the letter eleven days before the 2016 election.”

Maher continued, and this is where he dropped the BOMB.

“Sam Harris says it was appropriate for Twitter and the heads of big tech and the heads of journalistic organizations to feel that they were in the presence of something that is a once-in-a-lifetime moral emergency, meaning Trump. So, he’s saying it’s okay to have a conspiracy to get rid of somebody as bad as Trump,” Maher hammered.

Maher added, “He’s saying that’s what they did, and that is what they did. They buried the Hunter Biden story before the election because they were like, we can’t risk having the election thrown to Trump, we’ll tell them after the election.”

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Source: Breitbart

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