Kid Rock recently sat down for an interview with HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” host Bill Maher for Maher’s podcast, “Club Random with Bill Maher”.
During the interview, Maher tried to get Kid Rock to back off his support of Donald Trump, saying:
“I will never understand why you like this whiny little b****. You know, you’re such a real man and he’s such a little b****.”
Rock didn’t fall for it and slip into attacking former President Donald Trump. Instead, he hit back hard and immediately, cracking up Bill Maher with his genius retort. In his words:
“When you’re bashing [Trump], that’s what I say, ‘I can’t believe I’m watching this whiny little b****.‘”
That response was so good Maher started laughing, decreasing the tension though Rock had snapped at Maher when saying it.
But Trump wasn’t all the two discussed during the interview. They also spoke about both transing the kids and the gas price crisis.
On the transgender question, Rock welcomed Maher to the Republican Party after he said that he wasn’t up for transing the kids, which was funny.
That began when Maher said he would be a “very bad parent” in these modern times because he would fight anyone trying to trans his kids, saying:
“I would be a very bad parent right now. Because I would fight. We would be very aligned on this, a lot of this. I would be a very bad parent because they would be doing things in the school that I didn’t think was appropriate.
“Not from either side or point of view. The subject itself. They are five. Can we just do blocks and the sky is blue before we get to drag queens? There’s levels of sophistication that are just –”
That’s when Rock interjected, responding in a funny way again and saying “Bill, welcome to the Republican Party.”
Maher, however, didn’t laugh and play along that time. Rather, he said he knows the invitation is there but doesn’t want it.
The two also disagreed over gas prices. That came when the two were discussing traffic in LA, with Rock poking fun at Maher and Brandon, saying that Maher has to pay “seven dollars a f***ing gallon” for gas there.
Maher then stepped in to try and defend Biden, saying:
“See this is what I find tedious. Is when people go right to, like, oh, here’s something I can get Biden on because Biden is that bad thing. So gas is seven dollars. I’ll get that dig in. It’s like you know very well gas prices have nothing to do with who’s President mostly. Some things-”
Rock then cut in, interjecting and saying “I don’t know that, enlighten me,” pushing Maher to actually explain how it is that Biden isn’t responsible for the gas price crisis that’s occurred under his watch.
Maher tried to explain it, saying “Gas prices go up and down based on other factors in the world, not on who is president. The President doesn’t run the gas companies. He can change them slightly-”
But Rock won that argument too, saying “President creates policies that would influence the gas companies like any business. To a degree, to a degree.”
Watch their interview here:
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