Actor John Leguizamo Responds to Donald Trump's SOTU Address in Idiotic Fashion
Not all actors are morons with the intellectual capacity of dried figs. Not all actors are pompous windbags vying to be more hated than Gwyneth Paltrow complaining about her legs not properly filling out double zero spandex. Not all celebrities are rapists, whipping out their dangles for every occasion, including the clock ticking 11:11. Those actors who aren't stupid, pompous or rapists are special.
John Leguizamo isn't special. No, he isn't a rapist, (that we know of, calm down). Leguizamo responded to Trump's State of the Union address by walking up to a podium and barfing all over it. Figuratively speaking.
"As Americans we are not free, unless we are all free and equal." @JohnLeguizamo at the #PeoplesSOTU @BuzzFeedNews https://t.co/pyBqqiQWhC— Andrew Kimmel (@Andrew Kimmel) 1517279152.0
Donald Trump doesn't like illegal immigrants breaking the laws of America, ergo "RACISM" and "We need to be equal by having even more rights than white people! Garble, garble lemme read more from the DNC fax."
More from John Leguizamo:
"Make America great again. Really great. Not just for the white and the wealthy and the male and for a stupid sloga… https://t.co/yHxYvONNQO— Andrew Kimmel (@Andrew Kimmel) 1517279280.0
Quick question: what rights do white Americans have which are not granted to legal citizens who are LGBTQAAIP (silent F), women, Hispanics, people of color, people of heritage, people with questionable last names, people with stupid first names whose parents wanted to be special but are actually bland, people who are fans of Girls, people who say "Winter is coming" as if this makes them edgy (even though everyone else who worships Game of Thrones says the exact same thing), and people who actually think Hillary Clinton would've made a decent president, despite ample evidence to prove the Geico cavemen were modeled after their mothers?
Because as I see it, all Americans actually have equal rights and freedom. Already. By being Americans. However, "being American" means being a legal American. As in not having scooted from a shit hole country, or posh country, to enter the United States like unwanted solicitors barging into your house, shoving pamphlets in your face, proclaiming the wonders of the Watchtower. Where "equal rights" means rights defined in the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. "Rights" do not include: "things I think I should have because gimme, gimme it's not fair someone else has it and I don't."
Idiot actors who don't understand the difference between second-grade level words, should stick to what they know best: reading lines written by people smarter than themselves.
It's time for the return: