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The growing list of Hollyweird hypocrites to boycott

As if you didn’t already boycott Hollyweirdos, here’s a list of those who think their opinion matters to you. Don’t waste your money on their products.

From Cosmopolitan, a list of Hollywood folk who despise Trump:


Schumer trying to make all people happy

Amy Schumer

My act will change because I’ll need to learn to speak Spanish because I will move to Spain, or somewhere. It’s beyond my comprehension if Trump won. It’s too crazy.” — Schumer on BBC’s Newsnight, a little over a month before her recent show in Tampa, where 200 people walked out after she called Trump an “orange, sexual assaulting, fake-college-starting monster.” Later Schumer, a survivor of sexual assault, asked the audience, “You know what I love? A famous guy that will just take me furniture shopping and just straight up grab my pussy.”

(Schumer later offered a sarcastic apology, saying: “Dearest Tampa, I’m sorry you didn’t want me, a comedian who talks about what she believes in, to mention the biggest thing going on in our country right now,” Schumer said reading the letter, noted People. “How could I think it was okay to spend five minutes having a peaceful conversation with someone with different views?

“After the show, I want you to know that I will go straight to a rehab facility that will teach me how to make all people happy. Both the rich, entitled, white people who are gonna vote for him and the very poor people — who’ve been tricked into it,” she added.

Schumer concluded: “… I shouldn’t have said that he was an orange, sexual-assaulting, fake-college-starting monster. Shouldn’t have said that. I will never again say that he is an orange, sexual-assaulting, fake-college-starting monster.”)

Chelsea Handler


Handler not playing with a full deck of cards

“It’s kind of great to have a person like that represent everything that’s wrong in the world. It’s always a good thing to look at somebody and say, ’That’s the worst thing that could happen.’ I think we should keep [Trump] in the spotlight— not as a president, obviously.” — Chelsea Handler at Variety’s Entertainment and Tech Summit, months after posting her naked body to Instagram in protest against Trump and admitting on Live With Kelly and Michael that she “bought a house in another country just in case” Trump wins.

(The worst thing that could happen? Being “grateful” for being able to safely abort the two babies you conceived as a teen. From CNN:

At 16, “I hated my parents and I was having unprotected sex with my boyfriend, who was not someone I should’ve been having sex with in the first place, never mind unprotected sex,” she said.

I wasn’t really playing with a full deck of cards, and when I got pregnant I just thought, Why not? I can have a baby,” she recalled. “Maybe I’ll have twins and give them rhyming names!” Instead, Handler said, her parents took her to Planned Parenthood and she had an abortion.

But that didn’t stop her from getting pregnant again that same year by the same boyfriend, she wrote. “Getting unintentionally pregnant more than once is irresponsible, but it’s still necessary to make a thoughtful decision,” Handler said. “We all make mistakes all the time.”)

Matt Damon


Damon thinking deeply about gun control

“[Trump] makes me nervous… There’s no way we can let this guy be the [president]. To let that dude have the nuclear football, are you kidding me? That’s dangerous. He’s impulsive and rash, and doesn’t seem to think deeply about too many things.” — Matt Damon on ABC’s Popcorn With Peter Travers. Damon’s feelings on Trump were made evident nearly a year earlier in an interview with a Spanish news agency when he called Trumps’ speech “xenophobic,” “dehumanizing” and “disgusting.”

(This from an actor who is anti-Second Amendment. On a promotional tour for his gun-heavy action series Bourne, he said, “It’s wonderful what Australia did because you guys haven’t had a mass shooting since you went, ‘No, we’re going to be sensible about this.’ And nobody’s rights have been infringed, you guys are fine. I wish we could be sensible like that but I don’t think that’s going to happen in my lifetime.”)

Margaret Cho

Just the nastiest. @realDonaldTrump, you literally have no moral fiber. You’re like no ply toilet paper. Just trash.” — Margaret Cho in a tweet.

Amber Rose


Jesus Christ, I can’t even think about it! I’m moving, I’m out! I can’t. And I am taking my son with me! I would be devastated, to be honest with you!” — Amber Rose discussing the possibility of Trump becoming president in an US Weekly interview.




“No one living in this century should stand behind so much ignorance.” — Shakira in a tweet just a few weeks after Trump characterized Mexican immigrants to the US as “rapists” and criminals.

 (Shakira is a Columbian living in Spain.)

George Clooney

George Clooney's Lake Como mansion - how many refugees are living there?

George Clooney’s Lake Como mansion – how many refugees are living there?

“He’s just an opportunist. Now he’s a fascist; a xenophobic fascist.” — George Clooney in an interview with British newspaper The Guardian. A few months later, Clooney, who’s publically a Clinton supporter, said, “There is not going to be a President Donald Trump. Fear is not going to drive our country.”

(George and his wife Amal fully support Merkel’s open-door policy towards refugees. Yet how many refugees have they accepted into their 30-room mansion? A big fat zero. Hypocrites.)

Eva Longoria

Longoria, whose words apparently don't create

Longoria, whose own words apparently don’t create emotional poison

What I don’t think [Trump] understands and what people don’t understand is words create emotional poison. That’s what they do, they create emotional poison. Hitler moved a nation with words, just words. So you have to expect this backlash. If you say something like that, as he has said, you must expect a backlash.” — Eva Longoria, who almost a year later delivered an impassioned speech at the DNC in which she said that Trump’s comments insult American families like hers.

(This from a women who, as an Obama campaign co-chair, retweeted this: Women, minorities ‘stupid’ to vote for ‘racist/misogynistic’ Romney. She later deleted that tweet.)

Lena Dunham

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I know a lot of people have been threatening to [move to Canada], but I really will. I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there.” — Lena Dunham at the Matrix Awards, adding another comment to her long list of anti-Trump sentiments. The ’Girls’ actress is a staunch Clinton supporter and has been very vocal about Trump’s treatment of women on Twitter and other platforms.



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“He’s so Patty McCormack: consummate liar, doesn’t care who she hurts, insane; a sociopathic narcissist. I just wish he’d fall off the face of the Earth.” — Cher in a speech at a Hillary Clinton fundraiser, in which she also compared the candidate to Stalin and Hitler and said, “I just think he’s a fucking idiot.” The Goddess of Pop has also made her anti-Trump stance evident on Twitter with comments like “dump Trump,” “support him!? I’d rather chew glass,” “let’s throw Trump in a volcano,” and “If he were to be elected, I’m moving to Jupiter.

Johnny Depp


Depp the accused domestic abuser and his bullied ex-wife

“If Donald Trump is elected president of the United States in a kind of historical way, it’s exciting because we will see the actual last president of the United States. It just won’t work after that.” — Johnny Depp, just a few months after he called the Republican candidate a “brat” who works through “bullydom.”

(This comes from a man who was accused of domestic violence by his former wife Amber Heard. They settled out of court claiming, “their “relationship was intensely passionate and at times volatile, but always bound by love. Neither party has made false accusations for financial gain. There was never any intent of physical or emotional harm.” Heard donated her $7 million proceeds from the divorce to charity.)

Susan Sarandon

Sarandon trying to get a reaction

Sarandon trying to get a reaction

“He reminds me of a drunk uncle at a wedding, who gets up and starts talking and just loves the crowd and just goes on and on and on and says whatever he can to get a reaction. He’s like a figure from a Kurt Vonnegut novel; I can’t even address him seriously.” — Susan Sarandon when introducing Bernie Sanders at a rally in January.

Robert De Niro

High school dropout De Niro

De Niro didn’t do his homework

He’s so blatantly stupid. He’s a punk, he’s a dog, he’s a pig, he’s a con — a bullshit artist. A mutt who doesn’t know what he’s talking about, doesn’t do his homework, doesn’t care, thinks he’s gaming society, doesn’t pay his taxes. He’s an idiot.” — Robert De Niro in a video released through Anonymous Content and their voteyourfuture.us campaign. The actor continues, referring to Trump as “this fool,” “this bozo,” and saying, ” “He talks about how he wants to punch people in the face. Well, I’d like to punch him in the face.”

(This coming from an actor who never graduated from high school.)

Miley Cyrus

Cyrus is a nightmare

Cyrus is a nightmare

“Donald Trump is a fucking nightmare.” — Cyrus on Instagram.

There’s plenty more Hollyweirdos on the list. Read it here.


Growing support for Trump among Hollywood conservatives

Democrats & liberals [sic] predominate in Hollywood.

Well-known supporters of Obama include Gwyneth Paltrow, Barbra Streisand and Eva Longoria. In 2016, TV actresses America Ferrera and Debra Messing are outspokenly pro Hillary, while quieter but more powerful Hillary-supporters, such as director Steven Spielberg, Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Disney Studio chairman Alan Horn, sponsor fundraising events for Hillary. Fewer Hollyweirdos are openly pro-Bernie Sanders, most notably Susan Sarandon, who recently got into a Twitter fight with Debra Messing over their candidate differences.

There are conservatives in Hollywood, but most of them conceal their identities for fear of job repercussions, such is the much-touted self-proclaimed “tolerance” of liberals. (See “Secret Republicans in California’s Silicon Valley and Hollywood” )

Now, there are indications that increasing numbers of Hollywood conservatives and independents are lining up to support Donald Trump, considered one of their own as a former TV star (in “The Apprentice,” among others) and producer. (In fact, Trump is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and receives an annual pension of more than $110,000 every year!)

Donald Trump star in Hollywood

Paul Bond reports for The Hollywood Reporter that on March 10, 2016, at an undisclosed location somewhere in the Los Angeles area, about 200 members of Hollywood’s private group of conservative Republicans — known as “Friends of Abe” — gathered to watch the GOP debate between Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich. It was an invite-only list that included everyone from recognized actors to rank-and-file studio workers.

At one point early in the debate, when Trump blasted the entertainment industry over Disney employees who allegedly lost their jobs due to abuse of the guest-worker program, one of the “Friends of Abe” clapped and looked around to see if others were equally enthusiastic. Some were, including one invitee sporting a hat emblazoned with “TRUMP.”

A conservative wealth manager who didn’t want to speak publicly because most of his Hollywood clients are leftists, said, “For every Cruz or Rubio supporter I talk to, there are 10 Trump supporters. I tell them, ‘If you don’t want to feel the Bern, convert your IRAs now rather than pay his 92 percent tax rate.’ I know they like their Teslas, private schools and million-dollar mansions, but they won’t afford all that if they’re allowed to keep only 8 percent of their income.”

Hollywood denizens who are Trump-supporters include:

  • Actor Jon Voight, who endorsed Trump on March 8, saying: “I pray all Americans who have seen and felt the meltdown of America with the Obama years, to please fight for Donald Trump.”
  • Rocker Ted Nugent, who said he knows it “for a fact” that there are others in entertainment who back Trump but are too timid to say so out loud.
  • Singer Kid Rock.
  • Actor Stephen Baldwin.
  • Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson.
  • Author (American Psycho) and screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis, who said in a tweet he was “shocked” that most of his companions at a recent dinner said they would vote for Trump — though they “would never admit it publicly.”
  • Actor Robert Davi (Die Hard, License to Kill, GooniesThe Expendables 3), who wrote in a piece for Breitbart.com’s conservative Big Hollywood: “We should thank God that Trump is in this race. The media and the establishment are terrified. They paint Trump and his supporters as racist and uneducated.… Some will not openly come out and say they support him because they’re afraid of being falsely labeled by some here in Hollywood.”

Trump began wooing Hollywood early on. Last July, he spoke to Friends of Abe at the lavish Luxe Sunset Blvd. Hotel in Brentwood, where he was well received. At that event, he told The Hollywood Reporter that his support among celebrities and entertainment workers was stronger than outsiders realize: “I think the liberals in Hollywood support me behind my back.”

But Jeremy Boreing, who runs Friends of Abe, says it’s a “massive overstatement” to say conservative Hollywood is uniformly lining up for Trump. “It is fair to say that several in our community are starting to give Trump another look and a few are starting to openly support him. … We’ve suffered six years of betrayals from the establishment, seven years of watching our nation weakened on the international stage, and a generation of assault by weaponized political correctness. People are pissed.”

Conservative author and talker Ann Coulter is one of Trump’s biggest advocates. Coulter has been working behind the scenes to drum up support for him in Hollywood at dinners with Clint Eastwood and a few dozen others in the industry that she won’t name. Coulter said, “Hollywood should support him for all sorts of reasons, not least of which is the fact that it’s impossible to get around in L.A. with 2 million illegals on the road. On the other hand, Hollywood liberals may have to start paying their maids more.”

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Susan Sarandon on Her New TV Series Satirizing George W. Bush

Bush still living rent free in that empty space in her head…


The Daily Beast: The Oscar-winning actress opens up about her new TV comedy premiering Fall 2016 on Epix that takes aim at disgraced ex-POTUS George W. Bush.

Susan Sarandon, the Oscar-winning actress, David Bowie paramour, and paragon of timeless cool, has made it very clear that she’s no fan of George W. Bush—you know, the smirking frat boy who, as president, led the United States into a costly war under false pretenses, tanked the economy, and got his ass handed to him on live TV by Kanye West. She was one of the earliest celebrity critics of the Iraq War, and threatened to move to France if Bush was re-elected.

Well, it seems Sarandon will finally get her revenge—on the small screen.

nolteThe star of films like The Rocky Horror Picture ShowThelma & Louise, and The Client is about to begin shooting a new television series in New Mexico, Graves. Created by Joshua Michael Stern (no relation), the 10-episode show is set to premiere fall 2016 on Epix, and will be the network’s first original comedy. Sarandon will play Margaret Graves, the wife of a disgraced U.S. president (Nick Nolte) who has a “come-to-Jesus” moment and decides to go out and repair the damage he’s done 20 years after leaving the Oval Office. Meanwhile, Mrs. Graves flirts with realizing her own political ambitions.

According to Sarandon, the Nolte character is based on none other than George W. Bush. “He’s Bush,” she tells The Daily Beast. “He’s the ex-Republican president who ruined the country, did everything wrong, and wakes up one day and realizes that he fucked up. I’m his wife, and we started out as populist Republicans and, as it happens, got chewed up. So now he’s going through this big thing. Eventually, they ask me to run for the Senate because I’m like the Michelle Obama—a very popular First Lady. And there’s a crazy candidate, like a Trump, and they want me to shoot him down, so I have to decide whether or not I want to run.”

Graves will be both a political satire and a comedy of familial dysfunction, since the Graves family isn’t exactly the most stable former First Family. “We have two kids—one’s coming back from Afghanistan, and the other just tried to torch her house because her husband was fucking around,” says Sarandon.

The actress, who’s turned in a bunch of cameos and recurring parts over the years on television shows like FriendsChappelle’s Show30 Rock, and Louie, confesses to having been hesitant about joining the TV ranks, but couldn’t pass on such an excellent script.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen,” she says. “Hopefully it’s funny. Nick’s part is fantastic—it’s just so Nick. I’ve said no to TV so many times, but this one sounded so intriguing.”


Hollyweird Moonbat Sarandon: ‘I’m So Excited These Days By The Fluidity Of Gender’


Huffington Post: For decades, the world has known Susan Sarandon not just as a talented actress, but also an outspoken advocate for a wide range of women’s issues, from reproductive rights to equal pay. Gender-related matters have always ignited a passion within Sarandon, and, on “Oprah’s Master Class,” the Academy Award winner elaborated on her opinions about traditional gender roles and gender identity in today’s evolving society.

“I’m so excited these days by the fluidity of gender that’s happening,” she says. “I think once all those ‘boxes’ are gone, it’s going to be so much more interesting and so much less energy spent on those ‘boxes.’ We can get down to the nitty-gritty of, really, what a person is.

i dont know

Professionally, Sarandon has explored that fluidity in films, like “Cloud Atlas,” a multi-era sci-fi movie she appeared in back in 2012. “Everybody plays different genders and different colors and [in] different time periods, kind of suggesting that the essence of a person is so much more than whatever a person is wrapped in,” Sarandon explains. “I love that notion.”

Years later, this notion has seemingly become mainstream. “I see it more and more, in just the way people are dressing or refusing to dress, or the breaking down of very strict sexual orientation definitions, or even what it means to be a woman,” she says.

Sarandon "growing older"...

Sarandon behaving as expected as she grows older…

As a parent, Sarandon adds that she would love to see gender stereotypes dissipate in childhood, especially those that expect boys and girls to behave so differently as they grow older.

“I always knew what I had to do for my daughter to give her a fair shake in the world… But the socialization problem for guys is so ruthless. Having two sons just made me experience that so much more,” she says. “Guys just can’t feel and can’t cry and… all this stuff just gets pounded out of them.”

The reality, of course, is that grown men do feel and do cry, which Sarandon says isn’t something that they should ever be taught to suppress. “It’s just not fair that you tell little boys that they can’t be these other things,” she says.

That’s one of the beautiful things that Sarandon appreciates about show business: the jobs there are not gender-designated. There are just as many women constructing sets as there are men painting the scenery, she points out. It’s an environment that the actress finds both empowering and compelling.

“I think that it’s a much more interesting world when people don’t have such narrow ideas of what they can be,” Sarandon says. “We’re heading that way.”


The Creature from Occupy Wall St

H/t beloved fellow GrouchyFogie

Actually this is an insult to porcupines, who are really cute. Like this baby porcupine:

These are the real creatures from Occupy Wall Street:

Susan Sarandon

Sarandon's former hubby, Tim Robbins. Gettin' porky there, Tim!

Roseanne "let's behead all who have more than $100 million!" Barr


Top 10 Most Obnoxious Hollywood Libs

Human Events has an article today on the “Top 10 Most Obnoxious Hollywood Liberals“:

1.  Sean Penn:  The two-time Academy Award winner has traveled the world to denounce the country that made him rich and famous.  He has been used as a propaganda tool by the Iranian regime, met with Cuban President Raul Castro, and went to Iraq as an antiwar activist.  Penn is so close to Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez that the tyrant, in one of his televised speeches, read an open letter Penn wrote to Bush, condemning the Iraq War, calling for the President’s impeachment and saying that Bush, Dick Cheney and Condoleezza Rice were “villainously and criminally obscene people.”

2.  Michael Moore:  The portly director made hundreds of millions of dollars off of the highly fictional Fahrenheit 9/11, a “documentary” that alleged close links between the Bush clan and Osama bin Laden’s family.  Recently he said that private wealth is a “national resource” that belongs to all the people and called for jailing the rich.  Then he called bin Laden’s death an “execution.”  For a man who made a fortune exploiting 9/11, denouncing wealth, and the action against the al-Qaeda leader, is beyond disingenuous.

3.  Danny Glover:  Lethal Weapon star Danny Glover was a campus radical as a student at San Francisco State University and has been an advocate for left-wing causes ever since.  He chums around with the likes of Hugo Chavez, is a union rabble-rouser and said the Bush administration was composed of “liars and murderers.”  After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Glover was quick to blame the tragedy on global warming.

4.  Barbra Streisand:  From her appearance on President Nixon’s “enemies list” to her singing performance at a fund-raising gala for Barack Obama, Barbra Streisand has a long history of political involvement.  Most notable is her bankrolling of left-wing causes, with the Streisand Foundation steering millions to groups promoting every liberal fantasy.  Among her favorite causes are women’s issues, nuclear disarmament and the environment.  She even donated $1 million to the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation to help solve global warming.

73-year-old botoxed, breast-implanted, rib-removed, face-lifted Fonda at Cannes this week. Some communist she is!

5.  Jane Fonda:  “Hanoi Jane” deserves a lifetime achievement award for left-wing activism.  Between her anti-American radio broadcasts from North Vietnam and appearing at anti-Iraq War rallies, Fonda demonstrated against Israel’s “occupation” of the West Bank and supported feminist causes, speaking out against patriarchy.  This is someone who once said, “I would think that if you understood what communism was, you would hope, you would pray on your knees, that we would someday become Communists.”

6.  Alec Baldwin:  “30 Rock” star Alec Baldwin is an animal-rights advocate, a strong supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and serves on the board of the left-wing People for the American Way.  During the Clinton impeachment, Baldwin publicly fantasized about murdering Rep. Henry Hyde and his family.  If he had only followed through on his threat to leave the country when Bush was reelected.

7.  Susan Sarandon:  From supporting the Nicaraguan Sandinistas in the 1980s to speaking at a pro-union rally in Wisconsin this year, film star Susan Sarandon is still plugging progressive positions, although no longer with her former longtime companion and political fellow traveler Tim Robbins.  She was an anti-Iraq War activist, protesting the Bush administration with the likes of Jane Fonda and Cindy Sheehan, and is a major donor to the feminist group EMILY’s List.

8.  Janeane Garofalo:  This B-list actress and Air America refugee has taken left-wing hate speech to a new level with her rhetorical blasts aimed at the Tea Party.  Here is a sample of her rants:  “It’s about hating a black man in the White House.  That is racism straight up.  This is nothing but a bunch of tea-bagging rednecks,” and, “The functionally retarded adults, the racists—with their cries of, ‘I want my country back.’  What they’re really saying is, ‘I want my white guy back.’ ”

9.  Joy Behar:  While on “The View,” Joy Behar said there are ways to get information from terrorists other than tough interrogation methods such as waterboarding.  “There are other ways of getting information out of people … pay them off,” Behar said, while suggesting offering a terrorist a “$6 million book deal.”  This is the same brainiac who once said, “It is really not easy to make fun of the Obamas, because they’re kind of really perfect, aren’t they?”

10.  The Sheens:  This father/son duo deserves a mention.  Martin Sheen played the liberal’s dream President in “West Wing,” and has embraced every left-wing cause, from antiwar and farm-worker activism to protecting seals by attacking fur traders.  His son, Charlie Sheen, was an outspoken Truther, alleging that 9/11 was an inside job, before he became a traveling carnival act with his Tiger Blood and “Torpedo of Truth” tour.

Do you agree?

I’d put Whoopi Goldberg or Tim Robbins on the list instead of the Sheens. I’m not sure 9-11 truther Charlie Sheen is even a liberal.