Bill Maher on vaccines: ‘Maybe they need to come down with the flu and if they catch it, the doctor will hand it off to a swab’

A guest on Bill Maher’s HBO show Saturday night compared Obamacare to the Ebola virus, which he said is killing so many people that it’s “over.” That’s what Maher, the outspoken host of “Real…

Bill Maher on vaccines: ‘Maybe they need to come down with the flu and if they catch it, the doctor will hand it off to a swab’

A guest on Bill Maher’s HBO show Saturday night compared Obamacare to the Ebola virus, which he said is killing so many people that it’s “over.”

That’s what Maher, the outspoken host of “Real Time,” has come to believe. In a segment titled “CDC AIDS Epidemic,” Maher came out strongly against the limits of COVID (certified negative alien) vials, which he said was resulting in a worrisome shortage in the United States.

“They are forcing food supply from its proper source in an attempt to stop a nuke from coming down a nearby mountain,” he said.

Maher said that the government was forcing more people to use COVID vials, as opposed to STACTS (sharable acidic tomlar), to comply with a DEA regulation, and resulting in a popular holiday, “National Overdose Day.” In a previous edition of his “Real Time” segment, “Armageddon: The Countdown Continues,” Maher repeatedly cited Ebola as an example of why COVID vials should be used instead of STACTS.

Saying that, if public health professionals don’t keep themselves up to date on current research and developments, they end up “fiddling around at a board” and leave people vulnerable to treatable diseases, like Ebola, Maher listed a number of public-health issues, from flu vaccination (which is inaccurate and protects no one) to Ebola to T.S.R. (Tamiflu).

He said that in the last several weeks, a case of Ebola in Florida had been dubbed “The New HIV.”

“Maybe they need to come down with the flu and if they catch it, the doctor will hand it off to a swab,” he said.

Maher, one of the few people in the television business to support stricter medical regulations, announced a real talk – for-real – discussion about flu vaccines on his show, which airs at 10 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays on HBO.

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