Clint Eastwood Rips ‘P*ssy Generation,’ Says He’ll Vote For Donald Trump

Trigger warning for the easily-offended special snowflakes.

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From Huffington Post: Clint Eastwood is calling out the “pussy generation” for being too politically correct, and says anyone offended by Donald Trump’s history of racist remarks should “just fucking get over it.” 

In an interview with Esquire magazine, the Academy Award winner said Trump was “onto something” because “he’s just saying what’s on his mind.” “And sometimes it’s not so good,” Eastwood said. “And sometimes it’s … I mean, I can understand where he’s coming from, but I don’t always agree with it.”

Eastwood explained:

“You know, he’s a racist now because he’s talked about this judge. And yeah, it’s a dumb thing to say. I mean, to predicate your opinion on the fact that the guy was born to Mexican parents or something. He’s said a lot of dumb things. So have all of them. Both sides. But everybody—the press and everybody’s going, ‘Oh, well, that’s racist,’ and they’re making a big hoodoo out of it. Just f*cking get over it. It’s a sad time in history.”

Eastwood also spoke out against political correctness:

“(S)ecretly everybody’s getting tired of political correctness, kissing up. That’s the kiss-ass generation we’re in right now. We’re really in a pussy generation. Everybody’s walking on eggshells. We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren’t called racist. And then when I did Gran Torino, even my associate said, ‘This is a really good script, but it’s politically incorrect.’ And I said, ‘Good. Let me read it tonight.’ The next morning, I came in and I threw it on his desk and I said, ‘We’re starting this immediately.’”

Eastwood said he planned to vote for Trump, but called it a “tough one” and didn’t endorse the Republican presidential candidate.

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As for that now-famous 2012 Republican National Convention speech where Eastwood lectured an empty chair as if it were President Barack Obama, the actor/filmmaker explained that after a series of speeches praising then-nominee Mitt Romney, he felt he had to do something different:

“And so I’m listening to an old Neil Diamond thing and he’s going, “And no one heard at all / Not even the chair.” And I’m thinking, That’s Obama. He doesn’t go to work. He doesn’t go down to Congress and make a deal. What the hell’s he doing sitting in the White House?

Eastwood’s next film, “Sully,” opens in September and stars Tom Hanks as “Miracle on the Hudson” pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger.



26 responses to “Clint Eastwood Rips ‘P*ssy Generation,’ Says He’ll Vote For Donald Trump

  1. Pingback: Clint Eastwood Rips ‘P*ssy Generation,’ Says He’ll Vote For Donald Trump — Fellowship of the Minds | kommonsentsjane

  2. Ya just gottta love Clint Eastwood! He doesn’t bow to anyone, and he makes no apologies for this actions or speaking his mind. I wish we had more of these individualists in Hollywood.

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  3. Every sentence is more than adequate as is, there is no room for improvement, but “even if it were made in China” should be an acceptable addition, especially number five. There could be an eleventh empty chair relating to its uselessness if t is on a front yard with no one to say, “Get off my lawn!”

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  4. >>Eastwood explained:
    “You know, he’s a racist now because he’s talked about this judge. And yeah, it’s a dumb thing to say. I mean, to predicate your opinion on the fact that the guy was born to Mexican parents or something. He’s said a lot of dumb things….”

    I’m no Trump supporter (I loathe them all), but Trump’s opposition to that judge isn’t because the judge is Mexican, it’s because he’s an ACTIVE participant/leader of the Mexican nationalist group, La Raza. The JUDGE is the biased, prejudiced, racist one, and militantly so.

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    • Yep, La Raza support was the complaint. Yet the SRM turned it into a racist thing, of course.

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    • Brilliant, Recynd, and perfectly true. Most have no idea what La Raza is. I get take out from a Mexican restaurant near me and they sometimes have copies of their newspaper lying around. I can read Spanish. It’s pretty awful.

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  5. Trump isn’t racist and I agree the judge is the racist. America has had more than enough of being shut up and PC has made people hyper sensitive to the point of seeing things that aren’t there, thus creating more anger and division. This administration has been the worst we’ve ever had and they are continually destroying the health of our minds, hearts, souls, psyche, wealth and every aspect of our life. Liberals are so blind to reality even when it’s staring them in the face. Just like Hillary, they deny it and say everything’s good. They’re nuts!

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  6. Clint’s right.

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  7. Clint, we are glad you’re out there.

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  8. As we became more industrial and advanced with our methods of communication, history witnessed a new phenomenon—generations with a certain predominant personality or character arrived on the scene that were not there before, and gave way to a new kind of generational personality or character that followed it.
    In th 1920’s we had F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age, with dare-deviltry and light-hearted hijinx. The Great Depression got rid of all that and gave birth to a Dour generation.
    After WW II, we saw the leftist but very literate Beat Generation, which gave us Jack Kerouac and Alan Ginsberg. They could appreciate things like sarcasm and irony. (Ginsberg, from “Howl”: “Eat more fat and gravy!”) The 1960’s saw the hippies and the first openly addicted generation, and this is where the real “fun” (sarc) began, because it was the first in which mind-programming and controlling was used.
    Now we have the Millenial Generation, and it leaves a lot to be desired. Intellectually vacuous and highly conformist, they are ANOMIC. The millenial generation is straight out of one of T.S. Eliot’s poems, “The Love Song of Alfred J. Prufrock”: It is a generation, “etherized upon a table.” You can see it in the way they walk and the way they talk. Their music is techno—nothing necessarily wrong with that—but it is mindless and reflexive. It has no emotional depth like the folk music or blues music or even the swing music that we had decades ago.
    Yes, they are the “pussy generation,” addicted to political correctness. Michael Savage once observed of the Left that “over the past 50 years, they have become everything they used to hate,” in that the “Let it All Hang Out” generation became, over time, highly authoritarian, thanks to political correctness. So here we have the millenials, non-conformists they think of themselves, and they are eagerly conforming to the tyranny being fashioned for them. (And sexually lax they are: In a group of six or more college-age friends, the odds are that almost all of them are bisexual, and that each one of them has fornicated with all the others.)
    I have my problems with Clint “Dirty Harry” Eastwood: He, too, did the P.C. route with his “Iwo Jima.” I’M NOT INTERESTED IN THE WW II JAPANESE VIEWPOINT: They were as guilty as hell! But he is largely right on this one, and I would say that in order to cure it, we need more “Go Ahead—Make My Day” and less “Get Off of My Lawn!” It is precisely THIS ATTITUDE that scares people away from Donald Trump.

    (And it is readily apparent that fewer people can appreciate irony and sarcasm and its uses. It either goes over their heads, or they detest it! We have become a nation of emotional five year olds with the depth of tea spoons!)

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  9. Well good for him. That’s why they never stick a mic in my face. I’d probably say something similar, and nobody cares what I think!

    As old as I am, I still don’t understand why people go along with this crap. I’m not surprised that they push it. I’m just surprised that people actually want to agree with it. “Hey, tell me what to think. I need a gay mulatto to tell me what to do”.

    Looking back it’s all been one giant psychological experiment. Apparently, for most, there is no limit to how low they’ll stoop. Whether they’re manipulators or the manipulated, they’re on a race to the bottom.

    Well, good for Clint. He says what a lot of us feel. Hildebeast should load up all the whiners and charter a few planes. They could go to Antarctica and start a whole new race of reptile people.

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  10. Reblogged this on Patriotic Gofer and commented:
    First off, I agree with all the comments below! All speak the truth of today’s society, just like Mr. Eastwood did.

    However, the one thing I have a problem with … on a comment below…. is the comment about Mr. Eastwood’s movie ” Iwo Jima”. I’d like to offer my own take on the movie, seeing as I’m a veteran who fought in an unpopular war.

    Many Japanese completely disagreed with the controlling political party, during that time. Nevertheless, they were “drafted”, as it were. You either went into service or you were put in prison … or worse.

    I think Clint did a pretty decent job on that movie and it gave me a different perspective of the Japanese, overall.

    Yes… many followed the current “political correctness of the day”, volunteered and eagerly killed, raped and savaged their own people, the Chinese and anyone else they came in contact with. They were despicable, to say the very least. Calling the gung ho among them an animal, is an insult to any animal.

    I salute Clint Eastwood for standing up for his beliefs and, indeed, we have a “pussy generation”, which I’ve seen coming for a long, long time, starting back in the 70’s with Dr. Spock.


  11. You go, Clint!

    As for Trump’s ‘racist’ remarks, I am having a difficult time coming up with even one.

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  12. I once heard an asian man said in a Youtube video, “To be racist you have to in position of power, so a coloured man can say racial slur to a white man but still not racist because white men are in position of power.” His very statement itself is racist because he assume all white people are in position of power, how about poor white people who have to work hard just for living then compare it to the ‘oppressed’ people who use ‘racism’ as an excuse to avoid work and live off wellfare money. FYI, Asians are one of the most racist people on Earth. I know…I’m Asian. Lol.


    • My daughter introduced me to a Black Poet from NY. His name was Gerren Liles (or Lyles?)…a long time ago. He wrote a small poetry book; “On the Road to Damascus.” I’m not much into poetry. However, ONE LINE blew me away and answered why the Blacks act like they do:
      “African Americans hate themselves for being born Black. They project that hate onto White People.”

      Gerren doesn’t believe in mixed dating or marriages. Every race should marry within their own race.

      IF you decide to buy the little poetry book, be careful. There are several books with the same title. I know Amazon had it for a while.


      • YES! Exactly: it’s projection. To white people, a person is either black, or they aren’t. However, black people see color gradation: there’s “passing”, mocha, chocolate, dark-skinned…and they judge each other on it. But they accuse WHITE people of being the ones who care, when most of us don’t. I’m certain it was a black person who came up with “the darker the berry, the sweeter the juice.”

        At least, that’s my theory, but it sounds like Ms. Liles/Lyles would agree with me.

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  13. About Trump being racist? BS!
    According to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the sex and ethnicity of a judge “may and will make a difference in our judging.”

    In a 2001 speech at Berkeley College when she was a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, she touted the importance of race and the influence it has on making judgments. La Raza Law Journal published the speech here.

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    • The term “racist” is a loaded one. It is usually defined by someone who is non-white, or someone who is ashamed of being white.

      I don’t consider myself “racist” (at least by MY definition). I simply see what I see and if someone wants to discuss it, I will. I was a suburban kid. My parents split up when I was in the eighth grade and I lived with my father. We moved to an apartment while the house settled.

      As a result of the move I attended an “inner-city” school for a year. It was a fairly new school. It was also a war zone. Four basic “races” were divided up. The blacks dominated the halls and, in some cases, the classrooms. Teachers were afraid of them.

      It was hard to get in or out of the school without being jumped. White girls were raped and otherwise sexually abused. White guys were stabbed and beaten. It was all unnecessary and totally stupid.

      It was not the first (or the last) exposure I had to this. Now, I could pretend that it didn’t happen. I could say “oh, everyone is the same. We all do things like that”, but, it isn’t true. I don’t do things like that and neither do my friends.

      So, does that make me a “racist”? I don’t think so. It makes me a realist.

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      • Anymore, a “racist” is any white person who says the truth.

        Black people see the behavior you describe; I’ve even heard a few black brave souls admit it; further, that some even take advantage of “white fear” that violence has caused. (I hope that made sense.)

        Further, the older generation of blacks have perpetuated the idea that “Whitey’s out to get you,” when that simply is NOT the truth, at least generally speaking. It’s the same crap La Raza pushes on the kids in schools. A few young people of (whatever) color see that it’s not true, but how many don’t?

        I’m afraid there is going to be a hell of a backlash coming. Like Stefan Molyneux has said, “White people are really nice, until they’re not.”

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  14. I grew up in Little Rock Arkansas, two blocks away from Central High School when the LR 9 integrated and I’m white. Looking back, the ugliest people I saw on campus were the white kids harassing the black 9 who only wanted to get an education! Their racism is borne of fear, and fear of WHAT…. has still gone unanswered all these decades since. Do whites actually think they’re better than any other race? I thought God was the decider.


  15. To: D A MacArthur/C H Nimitz
    From: H S Truman (his definition of political correctness)
    “Political Correctness is a doctrine, recently fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and promoted by a sick mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of shit by the clean end!”

    Now they are saying that President Truman never said this, maybe, but i’ll bet if he could be asked if he would have liked to have said it…He would say, “I would have loved to have said it!”

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  16. Clint, you’re much too shy. C’mon, buddy, man up, & tell us how you REALLY feel. LOL.

    Eastwood seems to be one of those independent type of guys. I think he gets away with it because he once/twice? played Dirty Harry. He “broke all the rules” in that movie so long ago.

    Where’s Invisible Mikey when you need him? By saying Hollyweird was run by Conservatives (in the other post), was he thinking of people like Clint Eastwood & (now deceased) Charlton Heston? 🙂

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