The comedian reflected on her past approach in a podcast interview: "We’re liberal, so we can say anything. We can say the words that are unsayable."
The comedian's shoutout to followers of right-wing news sources might not hit the mark.
"It really came from a nice place I think," the comedian said of the widely panned, celeb-filled video.
Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, Mark Ruffalo and Josh Gad also appear in the stripped-down voting video.
"I didn't fight it," the comedian said in a recent interview.
Plus, the Tom Cruise joke that got cut from the Beatles-inspired film and Sarah Silverman's key contribution to the script.
The comedians talk about mental health and how it influences their performance in a new documentary.
"That was my last mammogram with this dude. Or any dude," the comedian wrote in a searing Instagram post.
The comedian noted the rise in anti-Semitic crime in America under Donald Trump's presidency on "Real Time with Bill Maher."
The "I Love You, America," host urged Democrats to "look at the big picture here."