In his closing comment Friday night, HBO Real Time host Bill Maher had a message to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos after the company's decision to withdraw from a deal to bring jobs to New York City.
Maher began with claiming that if infamous mobster Bugsy Siegel "could figure out" Las Vegas in the midst of a desert, Amazon could turn Nebraska "into the next Silicon Valley" and that a technology company can finally prove it can "actually do it abrupt." [1
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"The blue parts of America have a prosperity party, while the big red sea feels like their invitation was lost in the post," Maher said. "The state states have become transitional states. Therefore, red state voters are so angry. They do not hate us, they want to be us. They want to go to the party." us, they will be us, they want to go to the party. "
The HBO star invoked the 238 cities that had submitted proposals to Amazon and said they were "desperate for jobs" that did not involve "guarding or killing chickens" and that Amazon chose two cities – New York and Metro Washington – where "prosperity was already."
"Bezos, you're worth $ 130 billion. Take one for the team! Stop playing cities against each other and helping a dying, come back to life," Maher shouted. "If liberals are serious about winning elections, they must begin to colonize the parts of the country they have left. Mississippi is the poorest state in the country. Amazon can buy the entire state and rename it" Amazippi. " 19659004] CLICK HERE TO GET FOX NEWS APP
"If we continue to leave the red parts behind, they will keep being attacked and crazy, because if you are not invited to the party, the next best thing to do is throw a ride in the bowl, continued Maher.
"If we continue to leave the red parts behind, they will continue to be angry and crazier, because if you are not invited to the party, the next best thing is to throw a ride in the bowl. . "
Amazon backed out the plan to build a headquarters in New York City after a protest movement led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y ., the company gave other ideas about finding offices there.