You have to keep a very watchful eye out if you’re a conservative living in Hollywood right now.
Comedic actor and conservative, Tim Allen, once said on “Jimmy Kimmel LIVE,” “You’ve got to be careful around here. You’re going to get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes. This is like 30s Germany.”
And now nobody knows the aforementioned better than this Hollywood celebrity who shook President Trump’s hand.
Trump Derangement Syndrome is running rampant in this country and nobody suffers from it more than social media-addicted triggered liberals. As they say, President Trump has been living rent-free in their heads for the past three years.
Look at how many celebrities have been either ostracized or blacklisted from Hollywood when they came out as Trump supporters.
James Woods comes to mind and his agent fired him on July 4th several years ago because he was “feeling patriotic” at the time. Roseanne Barr was fired from her hit ABC show because of one controversial tweet. Or was the real reason because she’s a Trump supporter?
When Kanye West revealed to his fans and Hollywood friends that he was a Trump supporter, West was publicly scrutinized for his political opinions.
West wasn’t blacklisted because, let’s face it, he’s a generational talent and that’s the sole reason why Hollywood was willing to ignore his affiliation.
The list goes on and on. Some of them are too scared to come out as Republican or Trump supporters out of fear of losing their career, while others just don’t talk about it publicly. It’s rare for obvious reasons but there are some who find there’s no value in wearing their political affiliation on their sleeve.
One of the latter examples is comedic actor Vince Vaughn who was “caught” on camera shaking hands and exchanging pleasantries with President Trump at the National Championship between the LSU Tigers and Clemson Tigers.
It all started when a triggered liberal, Timothy Burke, former writer at The Daily Beast and Deadspin, posted a video of the exchange saying, “I’m very sorry to have to share this video with you. All of it, every part of it.”
I’m very sorry to have to share this video with you. All of it, every part of it. pic.twitter.com/ELMbDHZbZq
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 14, 2020
You can probably imagine what happened after this was posted. It went viral in minutes of course, spreading like a brush fire with liberals canceling “The Wedding Crashers” actor and everybody else laughing at how triggered they were.
One user wrote, “If I ever had the misfortune of sitting at Donald/Melanoma’s table, I’d easily say that they’re detestable & thick. Vince Vaughn?—shake his hand, if you must, but know that children at the border in cages won’t even be able to hear from, let alone hug their parents so easily.”
Another, Barbara Mills, wrote, “All of you saying calm down, Vaughn is shaking the hand of the man who is hell bent on destroying not just our democracy, but our survival in the world community, for his personal benefit. Wake up!”
Bree Darling wrote, “Whelp… that tells me all I need to know about Vince Vaughn.”
Camera Lassy wrote, “I’m completely done with any Vince Vaughn movie from now on. Vince Vaughn should’ve spit on his hand not shaking it! This actually makes me sick to my stomach!”
Some of these have hundreds, if not thousands, of likes and retweets. Thankfully, others had level heads about the interaction.
Political and social commentator Blaire White tweeted:
Aww you must be heartbroken seeing a civil conversation occur 😭 praying for you bb
— Blaire White (@MsBlaireWhite) January 14, 2020
A columnist for Epoch Times tweeted:
Why, exactly, would you be sorry about an American actor getting to meet and shake hands with his President?
— RussiaGate Was Fake! SpyGate Is Real! ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (@drawandstrike) January 14, 2020
It’s not even clear what the 49-year-old actor was saying to President Trump at the National Championship game but it’s hilarious to think liberals were still triggered by the exchange.
For all we know it could’ve been something innocuous about an idea for a television show or movie when Trump is done with his presidency.
Unfortunately, Vaughn’s career is almost all but over in Hollywood anyways so liberals “canceling” him wouldn’t really change anything. The last two roles were in two violent S. Craig Zahler films “Brawl in Cell Block 99” and “Dragged Across Concrete,” which performed terribly at the box-office.
Nevertheless, watching liberals clamor over whom to cancel next has become the new Hollywood norm.