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Let’s just go ahead and mark MSNBC host Tiffany Cross down as a “maybe” for HBO “Real Time” host Bill Maher. Truth? The black host of “The Cross Connection” is not a fan of “angry white man” Maher. Cross teed off on the acerbic comedian-turned-political-pundit on Saturday morning — after admitting she hadn’t even watched his show, this week.

Before we continue with Cross’s “Maher meltdown,” as I reported on Saturday, Maher blasted Google and Facebook on this week’s show for suppressing the Wuhan lab-leak theory, which continues to gain credibility. He also torched Google’s admission that it tries to steer users to the CDC and the World Health Organization, as well as YouTube for removing Bret Weinstein‘s podcast about ivermectin, a potential COVID treatment.

So back to the cross Miss Tiffany. “Bill Maher has been wack for a long time,” she told viewers on Saturday before noting she hadn’t watch this week’s episode.

“Maybe he said something highly offensive again last night, I don’t know. I stopped suffering through that stale clumsy monologue and painfully out-of-touch show a long time ago.

“But I did see a clip segment of him complaining [about] Lin-Manuel Miranda apologizing for the lack of Afro-Latino representation in his movie ‘In the Heights.’”

Miranda, the creator of Broadway’s “Hamilton” and most recently, the film “In the Heights,” came under heavy “incoming” earlier this month from the left for not including more dark-skinned Afro-Latinos in the film’s cast, especially in the leading roles. Miranda of course caved in like a cheap tent, doing what liberals always do when they come under fire from their brethren: he busted out the trusty “I’m sorry and I’ll try to do better, really I will” schtick.

After “mini-rant one,” Cross played a clip of Maher mocking Miranda and his apology on a previous episode of “Real Time.”

“Please, stop apologizing. You’re the guy who made the Founding Fathers Black and Hispanic! I don’t think that you have to apologize to Twitter! For f**k’s sake. This is why people hate Democrats.

“I mean, he’s a Latino making a Latino movie with

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