Johnny Depp Sheds Last Bit Of Sanity. Talks About Actors Assassinating Trump...
Is Pirates of the Caribbean Part 37 not tracking well? Because Johnny Depp is clearly out to get attention. With Depp's passion for leather bracelets and fedoras, that's obvious, but he's stepped up his lame trend game to new heights. Just take a look at what Jack Sparrow said about the Trump at Britain's Glastonbury music festival...
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"It is just a question, I'm not insinuating anything... When was the last time an actor assassinated a president? Now I want to clarify, I'm not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it's been a while, and maybe it's time."
It's hard to decipher what Eddie Scissorhands is getting at. Like every other thing he says, it's been slathered with multiple coats of alcohol and pretentiousness. But, it sounds like Depp just called for a thespian to go John Wilkes Booth on our citrus-hued Commander-in-Chief. That joke's about as fresh as every character Depp's played in the past decade.
Maybe Depp still hasn't snapped out of his half-assed role has the Mad Hatter. That would explain why his comments were retarded on a Charlie And The Chocolate Factory level.
Gilbert Grape and his anti-Trump sentiments are nothing new. Hollywood's been on the anti-Trump train for many moons (see WATCH: Crowder Mercilessly Mocks Anti-Trump Celebrity Meltdowns and WATCH: Dumbass Celebrity Has-Beens DEMAND Electoral College Blocks Trump). The further we get from Trump's victory night, the more the left's innumerable mental illnesses get dialed up.
I doubt Tonto is serious about taking Trump out. But, for every absurd "kill Trump" joke these elitist Hollywood types sputter out, there's a loony leftist who takes them seriously. The gunfight at home plate ring any bells? That loony was a Socialist Bernie Bro who believed in the inflammatory rhetoric. But, Sweeney Todd was probably too busy making his next Tim Burton flop to notice.
As long as the left continues to sling violent rhetoric, violence is what we're going to get.