Anti-Trump Hollyweirdo APOLOGIZES: ‘I’m an Addict Who’s Hit Bottom’

Anti-Trump Hollyweirdo APOLOGIZES: ‘I’m an Addict Who’s Hit Bottom’

It seems a few Hollyweirdos lost their minds over the election of Donald Trump.

Or perhaps they were simply people who were deranged to begin with. Hollywood certainly has a way of doing that to people.

Take Shia LeBeouf, for example. After the election of Donald Trump, he went on a tirade, and gave us the “He will not divide us” mantra.

He then decided to retire from acting, causing people to wonder if there was more to the issue. Considering what a cushy job he had, one would think he might just shut up and act.

However, over the weekend, police arrested LeBeouf for public intoxication. And while being arrested, guess who made racial slurs to both the white and black cops? No, not Mel Gibson, but none other than Shia LaBeouf.

In vino veritas, indeed. In drunken stupor there is truth.

As reported by TMZ,

Shia LaBeouf verbally assaulted a white officer, telling him his wife watches porn and fantasizes about African-American male genitals. Shia was off the rails this weekend when he was arrested by Savannah cops for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Shortly after arriving in handcuffs at the police station, Shia ranted to the cop that he must feel ashamed his wife prefers ‘black d***.

As we reported, Shia got downright racist during the fingerprinting process, telling a black cop he was going to hell because of his skin color.

Interesting “slam” of the white police officer, as he pulled the “Mandingo” card on the officer’s wife.

And here I thought Hollyweirdos were so understanding of race and gender.

What if the officer was gay, and he was the “woman” in the relationship? Further, could the officer’s “husband” be black, ergo has his own ‘black d***’?

Leftism can be so confusing, when you consider all the options. As for LeBeouf, he explains how “the Devil made him do it.”

I am deeply ashamed of my behavior and make no excuses for it . . . My outright disrespect for authority is problematic to say the least, and completely destructive to say the worst . . . It is a new low. A low I hope is a bottom . . . I have been struggling with addiction publicly for too long, and I am actively taking steps toward securing my sobriety and hope I can be forgiven for my mistakes.

Leftists don’t think things through.

Like the “open border” Clooneys fleeing Britain because some unsavory characters might have slipped across to harm them.

LaBeouf’s rant and attendant – and predictable – repentance is more of the same hypocrisy. Being drunk doesn’t excuse LaBoeuf releasing his inner racist.

It seems that liberals will forgive anything of their own, look the other way. Recall not so long ago that LaBeouf was arrested for an altercation around his performance art project. As reported by The Guardian.

The actor was arrested in January over a dispute connected to his art project #HeWillNotDivideUs. LaBeouf was involved with an altercation with a man with divergent political opinions at the project, which closed the following month after it became a ‘flashpoint for violence‘…

All the warning signs existed with LaBoeuf. And you can bet everybody around him ignored them, because that’s what suckups do. They indulge the idiosyncrasies of lunatics. How else could moronic ideas permeate the entertainment community? Kathy Griffin, George Lopez, and the many others who lose it, because they’ve been taught to hate.

We all know the next steps.

Post mea culpa, LaBoeuf will check himself into rehab. Then he emerges a changed man.

He will hit the lecture circuit, and appear on a few talk shows to promote his healing and his new movie. That’s how it’s done in Hollywood.

But LaBoeuf will still be in Trump’s world. And he will find this world a lot less forgiving than Obama’s. Soon he will be forced to soul-search on a different level, as Hollywood, the media, academia, and leftism in general is getting a makeover.

Trump has exposed the ugly underbelly of leftism and their antics will no longer be tolerated.

As LaBoeuf spoke of himself, “He will not divide us!”




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