Boom! Maher Slams Islam: ‘I Don’t See Any Christian Groups Trying to Get a Nuclear Weapon’ [VIDEO]

Like a stopped clock, comedian and HBO talk show host Bill Maher is right once in a great while, and on Islam he is usually spot on. This time he engaged some libs to inform them that terrorism is mostly a Muslim problem, not one “everyone” engages in.

On his show, “Real Time With Bill Maher,” the host insisted “I Don’t See Any Christian Groups Trying to Get a Nuclear Weapon,” and went on to say that only Islam is engaged in a daily pursuit of terrorist attacks.

During the discussion retired Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson tried to sound all reeeeesonable by saying, “It’s not just Muslims that shoot people!” (Wilkerson worked for Colin Powell, so he was just a political warrior, if you will.)

But Maher shot Wilkerson’s silly talking point down as only he dares.

Of course it’s not. That is a false equivalency! Come on, how many Muslim-inspired terrorist attacks have there been in the last 20-30 years, and how many Christian-inspired?

They are trying to get a nuclear weapon and I don’t see any Christian groups trying to get a nuclear weapon.

Maher logically went on to note that Islam is a danger to freedom and liberty in a whole host of ways, not just in outright terror attacks. He also concluded that it is necessary to work against Islam to preserve “liberal values.”

Maher, though, like the rest of the panel save Emily Miller, is completely wrong on guns.

Watch the exchange…

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