Conservative Comedian, Evan Sayet, Explains Why Liberals think Conservatives are Evil

Mr. Evan Sayet is one of the most well renowned conservative comedians out there. He has worked with Ben Stein, Bill Maher and Andrew Breitbart. In this speech to The Conservative Forum he explains, “Why Liberals think Conservatives are Evil.”

According to David Horowitz, Mr. Sayet is “simply the best political comedian working in America today”, and a more serious thinker.

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In the latter capacity, Evan delivered the speech to the Heritage Foundation which Andrew Breitbart called “one of the five most important conservative speeches ever given,” a lecture that is now by far the single most viewed talk in their history.

Evan has written and/or produced in just about every medium there is, including TV’s “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher” (for which he apologizes), the multiple festival award-winning documentary “Dodo” and authored The Kindergarden of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks (Evan will be selling and signing his new book). He was also the original writer for the long-running, cult classic game show, “Win Ben Stein’s Money.” Evan lives in Los Angeles.


UPDATE: If you’d like to see this on your TV screen at home – the program will be shown on C-SPAN Monday 1/20 11:00 am & 6:45p ET.

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