Silverman also joked that conservatives are generally racist.
“In general, Republicans say they don’t want big government in their backyard because they can’t say what they really want to say,” she declared, before proceeding to say the n-word a half dozen or so times.
Another raunchy Silverman joke centered on how she was babysitting the infant daughter of a friend of hers and was shocked that the baby girl was “totally shaved — six months old.”
Concluding her set by noting that we all once started as sperm, Silverman said: ”There was a time I was literally choking on my dad’s cum.”
“I was five,” she joked.
A night of liberal political comedy would not be complete without some Fox News bashing.
“Fox News is like a hand job for your id,” joked comedian Rick Overton, one of the least funny comedians of the evening.
“I’m Bill O’Reilly and I’m fed up with your hard facts and research details,” he mimicked the Fox News host saying.
“They don’t want smart people,” he declared.
Overton wanted to make clear he was not only a “patriot,” but a “matriot” because “I love my Mother Earth.”
Overton then began preaching. He said that if Romney wins he isn’t leaving the country; “I’m going to stay here and fight.”
“My dad fought Nazis and turned snow red in France with Germans,” he said, adding the least he could do is stand up to Republicans with his microphone.
This gift to comedy was wearing a sport coat with 99 percent written on it.
Ending his sermon, he informed the crowd that they could walk their mail-in ballots to their election center and put them in the box themselves, joking they shouldn’t trust poll workers wearing crosses to do it for them.