Last week, Obama impersonator Reggie Brown stole the post-Weinergate spotlight by telling jokes so scathing to Republicans that he was yanked mid-routine from the Republican leadership conference. Never a fan of censorship, Brown caught Bill Maher’s eye, and the comedian invited Brown onto his program last night to finish the act he started a week ago.
Maher, of course, had strong words for the “white douchebag” that removed Brown from his podium while doing his act, explaining to his audience how Brown had “started talking about Republicans and the sandman came out” (organizers also cited the racially sensitive nature of the act as a reason for removing him). Then he had Brown come out again, and begin where he left off.
(Source: Mediaite.com and HBO)