Bill Maher Critiques Joe Biden’s Debate Performance, Suggests Unflattering Secret Service Nickname (Video)

Liberal Figures Continue to React to Biden’s Debate Performance

The aftermath of Joe Biden’s controversial debate performance continues to unfold, with reactions pouring in from liberal figures. The criticism seems to be escalating in severity as time passes.

Bill Maher’s Provocative Take

Bill Maher, a popular left-wing comedian, shared some bold thoughts on his show Real Time with Bill Maher. He bestowed upon Biden one of the most devastating Secret Service names conceivable.

“Did ya see the debate?” Maher posed to his audience. “If you missed it, don’t worry so did one of the contestants.”

Maher didn’t hold back in criticizing both Trump and Biden. However, he expressed that Biden’s performance was particularly disappointing, suggesting that even beauty pageant contestants could provide more insightful answers.

“You know, Joe, he famously loves trains but apparently not of thought!” Maher exclaimed. “I’ve seen beauty pageant contestants answer questions better.

Maher went a step further by drawing a comparison between Biden and Amber Heard, an actress known for her controversial personal life.

“I don’t want to say he s**t the bed, but his new Secret Service name is Amber Heard,” Maher quipped as the audience laughed.

The Amber Heard Reference Explained

The Daily Mail clarified that Maher’s comment referred to Johnny Depp’s testimony about an incident where Heard allegedly defecated in their bed following a heated argument on the eve of her 30th birthday in February 2016.

Heard, who was accused of marrying Depp for his wealth and assaulting him, also allegedly spread numerous damaging lies about him. Fortunately, the court saw through her deceit and awarded Depp $5 million in punitive damages and $10 million in compensatory damages.

In a subsequent settlement with Depp, Heard agreed to pay him $1 million.

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