Comedian Bill Burr is awakening people to the truth about Hillary Clinton, Nestle and corporate fascism
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) You might not have ever heard of comedian Bill Burr, but those who have appreciate his candor, wit and humor when it comes to his personal observations about today's American political scene.
During a recent appearance on The Conan O'Brien Show on TBS, Burr made some hilarious yet accurate remarks about leading GOP presidential contender Donald Trump, top Democratic contender Hillary Clinton, the Nestle company and corporate fascism in general.
On whether Burr thinks Trump will win the GOP nomination and the presidency:
Um...no. Just because no one would work with him. Like, Republicans and Democrats would be babies, and they would pout, 'cause they're like bought and owned, and it's like, "How come this guy's free and gets to say whatever he wants?"
I don't know...I've enjoyed the hell out of him. Just – all the stuff the guy's been sayin'. I hope more politicians...at least just say what they're thinking.
I love when [the media] were going, like, "You said all this sexist stuff about women. You said this about women, you said that about women, you said this...and he said, "Nahhhh, I said that about Rosie O'Donnell.
And then they laughed and they said, "No, no, no, you said that about other women too," and he goes, "Yeaaahhh, you're probably right. ... And then it was just over! That's all you gotta do is just admit... "Aahhh, it's what I do, you know? Every once in a while I have a coupla shots of bourbon, I go off on the broads... and then, ya know? I get back down to business. It's what I do!"
On honesty among politicians and comics in general:
That's what you do. I think comics should do that. When people get, like, annoyed and they go into your Twitter account from 10 years ago, "Oh, you just said this about...whatever....'Saved by the Bell' in 1988... I want an apology." It's like, "Alright, well, get into a time machine and talk to me back then."
I mean, I don't think it matters who's president. I'm one of those people. I don't think it matters; it doesn't. Doesn't. Well, Hillary Clinton goes to those Bilderberger meetings...that's like the Illuminati stuff, right? She probably hooked up with some guy wearing a goat's head, and then she goes out on TV and she talks to people who drive snow plows, like she can relate to 'em.
That's why I like Republicans better than Democrats because ... I know they don't like me, that they don't want me in their neighborhood, they're pushin' people in wheelchairs down stairs... "Get outta here! God made this for me! All of you, beat it!
I'll say this though...just the stuff that [politicians] focus on.
There is a guy from Nestle that doesn't think water is a human right [see our story on this here]. I mean, that guy should be hunted down and shot.
And they're going sit and talk about...talk about...I don' t know. They say... "We gotta get America back to work, back to work...." It's like, dude, this guy wants to own the rain! Can we do something about this guy?
He works at Nestle. You're supposed to be happy...makin' cocoa for people, and this guy is goin', "Whoa...people are running out of water...what if we owned all the water, and we kept it under our place, and in the future...when everybody's"...that's how I picture the guy talkin'... "I wanna own the water... and keep it my house... I'll come to the door wearin' a robe slightly ajar..." The guy's a complete animal.
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