Another Hollywood movie star is sounding off on how stupid anybody is who didn't vote for Crooked Hillary—so stupid, in fact, that he thinks they should be dead, cremated, and put in an urn, never to be a problem for the Left again.
While out promoting his new film Nocturnal Animals, the actor told Metro News, "The wall isn’t between the U.S. and Mexico. The wall is between people who voted for Trump and people who didn’t. And we’ve got to do something about it. I don’t want to live in a country where people voted for Trump. I want to live in some other f***ing country. But I don’t want to run away. So we’re just going to have to bust this thing up."
The fired-up thespian wasn't done insulting half of the American people—and thus half of his potential American audience—yet (emphasis added): "There’s a lot of old people who need to realize they’ve had a nice life. And it’s time for them to move on. Because they’re the ones who go out and vote for these a**holes. If you look at the young people, between 18 and 25, if it was up to them Hillary would have been president. No offense to the seniors out there. My mom’s a senior citizen. But if you’re voting for Trump, it’s time for the urn."
The interviewer then confessed that his parents had indeed voted for Trump, and Shannon responded, "F*** ’em. You’re an orphan now. Don’t go home. Don’t go home for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Don’t talk to them at all. Silence speaks volumes."
Shannon wasn't done with his hate-filled diatribe. RogerEbert.com asked the Boardwalk Empire star if he could make sense out of the election to which he sounded off with,“Yeah, I’ll tell you how to make sense of it: This country’s filled with ignorant jackasses. The big red dildo running through the middle of our country needs to be annexed to be its own country of moronic a**holes. You can call it the United States of Moronic F***ing A**holes.”
"I don’t know how people got so goddamn stupid," he said, then went even further off the rails:
"But it’s really weird, because it’s like the last eight years, now it feels like a lie. Like, this has been festering underneath the whole time. Racists, sexists. And a lot of these people, they don’t know why the f*** they’re alive. They know it. They’re doing drugs, f***ing killing themselves. Because they’re like, ‘Why the f*** am I alive? I can’t get a job, I don’t know anything about anything, I have no curiosity for life or the world.’ So this Trump thing is like getting a box of firecrackers, or something. It’s like, ‘Well, this will be fun for a little while, this’ll kill some time.’ Because, y’know, the jackass will be amusing on television, stay stupid sh**. Make everybody clap. Hillary would have been too boring, I suppose. It’s the worst thing that’s ever happened. It’s the worst. This guy is going to destroy civilization as we know it, and the earth, and all because of these people who don’t have any idea why they’re alive."
The actor followed up by attempting to play the role of a man with humility, saying, "I don’t mean to sound cocky, but I guess the one thing I always try to do, I always resist the notion that I’m sort of star or something. I still walk down the street, take the subway, try and stay in the real world as much as possible. It’s so you don’t become some insulated pompous a**hole who doesn’t have the slightest idea how the world works. Like Donald Trump."
Exit thought from The Donald: