Bill Maher continues to show off his credentials as one of America’s most elitist comedians.
This past Friday on Real Time, Maher ridiculed voters from flyover states for their envy of urban city dwellers.
Maher’s comments were in light of Amazon’s recent move to nix its original plan to build a new headquarters in New York. The comedian argued that this move is a microcosm of the geographic inequality that exists in America.
Maher expanded, “We have a problem in America called spatial geographic inequality which means the most affluent and educated people are clustered in just a few cities.”
The comedian also noted the gap in high culture between the two regions: “We have orchestras and theaters districts and world-class shopping. We have Chef Wolfgang Puck, they have Chef Boyardee.”
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