Now the Cancel Mob Has Bill Maher’s Head on Chopping Block

Comedian and HBO host Bill Maher is now the target of the radical left’s cancel mob over daring to call gender transitioning “literally experimenting on children.” He then labeled the explosion of kids in certain areas of the country identifying as trans “trendy.”

Maher observed that the American LGBT population is roughly doubling every generation. He then quipped that “we will all be gay by 2054.”

After what critics describe as his “anti-transgender monologue” on last Friday’s episode of “Real Time,” trans activists say it’s time for the liberal talker to go. See, their ideological brother went too far.

LGBT Network leader David Kilmnick, called Maher’s statements “frightening” and demanded HBO ax “Real Time” from its programming. He said that the host’s reputation as being both liberal and progressive is no protection from being held “accountable.”

“Accountable” is left-speak for punishment for harboring opinions contrary to theirs.

Maher correctly observed that, in playing along with trans radicals, “we’re literally experimenting on children.” Calling out the unprecedented wave of medical procedures on children in their formative years, he said this subject must be discussed.

Sweden, he notes, banned puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones for so-called “gender dysphoric” children under 16. One of the most liberal countries in the world says the treatments are “potentially fraught with extensive and irreversible adverse consequences.”

Again, as Maher says, this is Sweden. By the way, Finland made a similar move against this new form of human experimentation.

The comedian slammed efforts by ACLU attorney Chase Strangio to ban “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.” Leftist book-banners — times are really strange. A courageous expose of radical medical ideology, the book became a bestseller.

Written by Wall Street Journal columnist Abigail Shrier, it warns Americans of the ideological craze of medical treatments for girls with “gender dysphoria,” a concept unheard of a decade ago.

It is difficult to think of something more frightening than treatments on kids that at best have unknown and at worst dangerous consequences. We’ve come a long way from the days of playing dress-up and drag queens. Now it’s medical treatments on children, and Maher is 100% right.