At this point you just have to take any criticism or outright slander against President Trump with a grain of salt. As long as he’s President of the United States, liberals will not quit with the outrageous hyperbole so you might as well get used to it.
Hollywood is ground zero for this liberal propaganda cesspool. It starts there.
And now this famous actor joins his peers to announce that President Trump is a “cancer that affects the world.”
The thing you have to know about Hollywood is that nearly all of them hate President Trump. That’s no surprise. From the above-the-line talent like the directors, producers and screenwriters to the below-the-line working-class union production staff like the editors, gaffers and best boys – they all hate the Trump administration.
Some of these Hollywood folks can’t wait for his presidency to end, some just want him to suddenly die and some have even threatened to kill President Trump.
Actress and comedian Kathy Griffin cried foul play when she posed with a decapitated head of President Trump and the Secret Service showed up at her front door. She actually claimed Trump was responsible for the backlash that ensued following such a violent implication.
Rosie O’Donnell once posted a game called “Push Trump Off a Cliff Again” on social media. It is exactly what it sounds like.
Madonna shouted to a crowd on the weekend Trump was inaugurated, “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House.”
Johnny Depp said at the UK’s Glastonbury music and arts festival, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”
Other Hollywood elitists don’t take it quite that far but they will blast him any chance they get like actor Mandy Patinkin.
Patinkin is mainly known for his starring role on the series “Homeland,” in which its eighth and final season will air on Showtime in February – but others may know him for his iconic role as Inigo Montoya in “The Princess Bride.”
The water must have been contaminated on the set of “The Princess Bride” because the film’s director, Rob Reiner, is also a devout Trump-hater.
The “Homeland” star who happens to play a Middle East Division Chief of the CIA in the show, launched an anti-Trump tirade recently during the Television Critics Association press tour last Monday saying, “The irony of these past three years, to watch this current administration — and the contagion, and the cancer that affects the world globally — of going to war with the intelligence community. It’s just a stunner.”
He added, “You can’t have it both ways, where you wake up in the morning and say with a tweet that we had imminent knowledge of an event and that’s why we did this… and in the same breath, five minutes earlier or later say, we choose to ignore the intelligence about interfering in the elections in 2016. That doesn’t work.”
It is rather humorous to watch actors who have played roles, whether it be in movies or television, of people in power that think they know exactly how to do the job better than anybody else. It’s absurdly comical and bewildering to watch actors speak as if they’re the leading authority on the subject just because they’ve played a certain role.
Nobody knows what it takes to do a job until you sit in that chair and anybody who thinks otherwise is completely delusional.
But “delusion” is Hollywood’s modus operandi so it’s no surprise when you see just how much they’re secluded inside their bubble.