Hollywood has spoken hateful rhetoric against President Trump once again and this time aging actor Sean Penn penned an article on EW.com for his emotional followers.
Penn and the Hollywood crowd are trying to run away from the pedophile, pervert and pimp environment that 2017 exposed that left Tinseltown in an apocalyptic state. It seems they are rallying together to hide their sexual harassment attacks by uniting against President Trump.
You’re probably asking who Penn is standing beside in the photo above, right? Remember when Sean visited murderous dictator Hugo Chavez to cast his undying support? Now he’s claiming Trump is an enemy of mankind. I hope you understand why we don’t support or follow Penn’s advice.
Instead, we have been forced to focus on a man whose sense of our country is an inherited gift for sales-gab. He encourages the enslavement of America by a core minority of our electorate; he massages into them the notion that American principal lives not in the belief and sacrifice of their own ancestors or our country’s forefathers, but rather in their own pain, rage and fear. President Donald Trump’s words describing the glorious people of Africa, El Salvador and Haiti is far worse than mere insensitivity or even nationalism. Those standards are not disgraceful enough.
The solution to our current divisiveness does not live in the White House. Instead, we will find unity only when we recognize that in our current president we have elected, perhaps for the first time in our history, an enemy of compassion. Indeed, we can be unified not only with each other but with Africa, El Salvador, Haiti, Mexico, the Middle East and beyond if we recognize President Donald Trump is an enemy of Americans, Republicans, Democrats, Independents and every new child born. An enemy of mankind. He is indeed an enemy of the state.
Penn has been laughably wrong on Barack Obama, Venezuela, El Chapo, and pretty much every other view he’s held, so him hating Trump is exactly as it should be. Penn is a filthy rich socialist/communist that makes him a walking talking contradiction, and his opinion meaningless.
Here’s one for you Sean, Why don’t the people of Haiti have houses built from all the money you raised for them? But I digress.
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