"Real Time" host Bill Maher said he's happy to lose "super woke" fans who have a "terrible sense of humor" during a recent conversation about cancel culture with actor Jon Hamm.
"I keep basically the same philosophy for 30 years even though the politics changes, so my audience sometimes changes. I've lost a fair number of what I would call the super woke, and it's good. Don't let the door hit you in the a--. You were no fun to begin with. You have a terrible sense of humor," Maher said in a new episode of his "Club Random" podcast.
Hamm said the woke movement once had "useful" components but that it has spiraled into an "overreaction," which he described as "absolutely not useful" and "counterproductive to your own point."