Remember the “Dumb and Dumber” movie, starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels? This week, both of the liberal actors who starred in the hit comedy revealed their disgusting intolerance for anyone who doesn’t agree with them.
MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace interviewed Michigan resident Jeff Daniels about his role as Atticus Finch in “To Kill A Mockingbird” on Broadway, telling the MSNBC hosts that every night “we get to go out there and “basically pin the ears back of basically White America.” Daniels clarifies that only “liberal” White Americans are coming to see the play, saying the play is a “slap in the face” to White Americans.
Nicole Wallace, almost on cue, talks about how she was one of those white liberal Americans in the audience crying, telling Daniels, “our children are watching this moment, and it is this reminder that in this moment, our children are watching.”
Daniels agrees with Wallace, telling her he was “surprised” after the election, “at some of the people.” he attempted to talk with people in his home state in Michigan, telling her he would ask them, “Can you believe this election? and they responded, “Yeah, isn’t it great?” A disgusted Daniels continues, “And my wife’s on Facebook, and she says, ‘Oh look, we got another Trumper!'” Daniels pauses for effect, and tells Wallace, “And ya know, we didn’t see it coming.”
After expressing his disgust for Michigan voters who admire President Trump, Daniels demeaned the people between the coasts, who “don’t have time” to pay attention to politics, suggesting that’s why they support Trump.
Daniels went on to compare Trump supporters ignoring his flaws to a “mob” Sorkin writes about his in adaptation, which created “absent contemplation” and a “break from their conscience.”
“A conscience can be exhausting and will keep you up at night. A mob is a place where people go to take a break from their conscience,” Daniels said. “That’s what I see when I look at Trump’s rallies.”
“At the end of the day, aside from not wanting to pay taxes, it’s race. It’s all about race,” he added. “This is about the Republican Party, or a wing of it, going, ‘This is our last chance to save the party, and if we don’t, it’s the end of the Republican Party.’ The only way they could do that was tap the race button and say, ‘Go ahead, it’s OK,’ and [Republicans] did.”
Daniels ended by sharing his ridiculous prediction, “If the big gamble is to go all the way to November 2020, which I agree, and lose – it’s the end of democracy.”
Daily Caller White House correspondent, Amber Athey slammed Daniels, calling his segment with MSNBC “deranged.”
MSNBC just had the most deranged segment with Jeff Daniels about how Trump and his supporters are racist, democracy is dying, and To Kill A Mockingbird takes on some kind of special meaning “in the time of Trump.”
MSNBC just had the most deranged segment with Jeff Daniels about how Trump and his supporters are racist, democracy is dying, and To Kill A Mockingbird takes on some kind of special meaning "in the time of Trump."
— Amber Athey (@amber_athey) May 20, 2019
The other half of the “Dumb and Dumber” movie, former comedian Jim Carrey, stopped being funny when America chose Donald Trump as their President in 2016. The guy who used to earn a living making people laugh has morphed into an angry, unhinged leftist.
Carrey, who fancies himself an artist, has wasted the last two years of his life painting vile images of conservatives, as a way to express his hatred for anyone who doesn’t agree with his political views.
In an attempt to make a point about how angry he is about Georgia governor Kay Ivey’s decision to sign the heartbeat bill, Carrey painted a gruesome image of what it would look like if the governor was being aborted as an adult, and then posted it on Twitter.
Along with his graphic image, Carrey tweeted:
I think If you’re going to terminate a pregnancy, it should be done sometime before the fetus becomes Governor of Alabama.
I think If you’re going to terminate a pregnancy, it should be done sometime before the fetus becomes Governor of Alabama. pic.twitter.com/6QgsY2rMz7
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) May 18, 2019
The painting backfired, as it actually shined a light on the gruesome and violent procedure of sucking a baby’s brains out with a vacuum while in its mother’s womb.
Perhaps their sequel to the movie should be “Intolerant and More Intolerant.”