Real Time with Bill Maher Host Bill Maher and Judge Andrew Napolitano on Donald Trump’s Running Mate Mike Pence

HBO‘s Real Time with Bill Maher host Bill Maher and his panel on the July 15, 2016 show, in which Maher, actor and interviewed guest Viggo Mortensen, conservative Republican S.E. Cupp, former Governor Eliot Spitzer (D-NY), and New Yorker staff writer Jelani Cobb discuss Donald Trump‘s veep pick 50th Indiana Republican Governor Mike Pence.

On Reason.TV’s YouTube channel, Fox News‘ senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano calls Pence a “conservative statist.”

Reason.TV Host Nick Gillespie: Mike Pence, as Donald Trump’s VP, is Mike Pence the type of person America needs at this time to reign in “constitutional chaos,” as you’ve called it?

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Probably not, but he will help Donald Trump with, uh, credibility amongst, uh, mainstream conservative Republicans, and, if they’re elected, they’ll help Donald Trump with his dealings with the, uh, with the elected Congress. This is…

Gillespie: So…[about to interrupt]

Napolitano: This is another example of “let’s-not-preserve-protect-and-defend-the-Constitution.” Let’s find ways around it to achieve our ends.

Gillespie: So…Mike Pence is a conservative statist as I understood it.

Napolitano: [Interrupting Nick] Yes, absolutely, as almost all conservatives are.

There you have it, folks! Mike Pence is described by both Judge Napolitano and Reason‘s Nick Gillespie as a “conservative statist.”

Reason and Reason TV’s Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie Schools Ann Coulter, Dan Savage, and Bill Maher Himself on Real Time with Bill Maher

Reason and Reason TV‘s Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie appeared on limousine liberal comic Bill Maher‘s ludicrously humorless comedic/political talk TV show Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO in which he schooled Maher himself, Savage Lovecast podcaster and limousine liberal gay activist Dan Savage, and Ann Coulter on topics such as the reason for Donald Trump‘s nomination after his campaign win in Indiana, the United States’ vile xenophobic and jingoistic immigration policy favoring “legal immigrants” and opposing “illegal immigrants,” and so forth. Gillespie points out that the American populace overall is eschewing political parties in favor of more economic and social freedoms and succinctly points out how bad Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton truly are on their records.

Here’s Nick Gillespie versus Savage, Coulter, and Maher on the real libertarian stances that are the centerpieces of his arguments:

Coulter comes off “batshit crazy” like a loon on immigration, whereas Savage has a more persuasive and cogent argument to make than Coulter, stating that “illegal” immigrants pay more in taxes than they receive in benefits. That’s a libertarian argument that Gillespie and I have been pontificating all along, although Savage couches it as a Leftist position entirely.

Here’s another one with Gillespie, Savage, Coulter, Maher, and Emmy winning-actor and director Bryan Cranston have to say on the transgender bathroom issue, the Libertarian Party, and other issues.

Finally, here’s Gillespie, Maher, Coulter, Savage, and Cliffside Malibu CEO/head honcho Richard Tate on the drug czar and socialized medicine. Tate waxes lovingly on the White House‘s Office of Drug Control Policy, especially Drug Czar “Director” Michael Botticelli, which resulted in Nick’s response to him was the following:

Bill Maher’s HBO show is cardinally and purposely made for Leftists and *ONLY* for Leftists, not limousine conservatives (even the Trump variety of what you’d brand conservatives), and certainly libertarians. Although he does allow them on the air, he is an ass hat because he drinks the dumb liberal Kool-Aid, and swallows his liberalism whole as if it’s the gospel truth and only truth. Thankfully Nick Gillespie does his best setting the libertarian record straight with the Leftist gene pool.

But that’s what you expect from statist liberals. It’s as good as it gets.