Alec Baldwin Claims Trump is Punishment for America's Racist Past
When it comes to his body of work, I have no problem calling myself a fan of Alec Baldwin. The Hunt for Red October is a regular in my rotation of movie-films. I think he has impeccable comedic timing. I count myself among the five people who enjoyed The Shadow.
However, on the subjects of politics and parking spaces, Alec is in contention for leftist dicklord numero uno. This latest act may have just put him in the lead:
Trump is a curse, brought down on us as punishment 4 our sins. The slaughter of Native Americans, slavery, Japanese… https://t.co/dTYSM8jW4g— HABFoundation (@HABFoundation) 1544989966.0
Yep, Trump's the karmic offspring of our racist past. Summoned to plague the American people with prosperity and a strong national defense.
Geez, it's been a rough two years under our tangerine-hued commander-in-chief. All that extra money in our pockets. An economy booming like the sub-woofer on a pimp's six-four. ISIS getting a taste of our MOAB and retreating to their caves. Yep, sounds like the curse of all curses to me.
Maybe it's just me, but the lefties like Alec seem incapable of making rational criticisms. "You know, I'd prefer it if the president exercised more self-control before he speaks. I have concerns about the economic implications of these new tariffs." There are plenty of legit critiques to direct toward Trumpy. Him being karma personified because we once had segregated water fountains is not one of them. Alas, Hollywood lefties can't resist being a bunch of melodramatic turds.
Alec Baldwin and his Hollywood douche-a-saurus compadres would do themselves a big favor by shutting their pieholes and focusing on playing pretend. That, or try knowing what they're talking about for a change. The ability to hit your marks and remember your lines does not make you a political savant.
If Hollywood wishes to wow us with their political commentary, "orange man bad" interlaced with talk of curses just isn't gonna cut it.
While we're on the subject: