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Latest Hollyweirdo Predicts ‘End of Time’ because of Trump

Leftists love to promote doom and gloom.

They accuse Republicans of using scare tactics. But the fact is, Leftists LOVE to scare people about everything.

Women must fear men, blacks must fear whites, Muslims must fear Christians, and so on. Truthfully, it’s quite the opposite. Women now can simply accuse a man of misconduct and the man can lose his career. And there’s not statute of limitations on when the non-event occurred.

Black Leftists are much more dangerous to whites, at least when it comes to crime. I won’t bother with statistics, because Conservatives know I’m right, and Leftists would deny actual evidence.

And in my final example, Muslims are far more dangerous to Christians than the other way. Notice there are few statistics on Muslim crime against non-Muslims. That’s because it’s so one-sided against the Leftist narrative.

Look at what Leftists said would happen over various issues.

If Trump is elected, America is doomed. The stock market would crater, as would the U.S. economyu.

Next, Leftists warned us that withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord would cause the oceans to rise, and earthquakes to happen all over the world. Drought and pestilence to follow.

Net Neutrality was to shut down the internet. Yet, here I am using the internet…and as a BLACK MAN! You know if something gets taken away, black lose it first!

Finally, the Trump tax plan was to seal our doom. Pelosi called the legislation “Armageddon”. But most of America still lives.

So why shouldn’t the Left’s mouthpieces chime in. And that’s exactly what Will Smith did.

According to Newsbusters,

Hollywood celebrities are predicting the end times. And, in true liberal fashion, the future isn’t going to be pretty for conservatives. Just ask Will Smith.

He may have been born and raised in West Philadelphia, but the actor is apparently ready for apocalyptic measures. According to IndieWire reporter Jenna Marotta, at a California press event, Smith commented on the special election results in Alabama, which resulted in a win for the Democratic candidate, Doug Jones.

Smith told his audience, “This is the purge, right? This is the cleanse, this is what happens. This is the natural reaction to the amount of light that came into the world when Barack Obama was president.”

If Trump is the purge, then what took so long!

As I consider the word, I agree with Smith. Donald Trump purges DC of criminals, and America of charlatans and fakes.

Recall what Smith said of Obama:

Given that Smith was one of the original Obama fangirls, who told alleged sex harasser Matt Lauer that “it just hasn’t been a good thing to be American” until Obama was elected in 2008, the reaction was normal.

Funny how bad the Left misses it.

The so-called intelligentsia is so pissed off that they completely missed the mark. Which means somebody hit the mark.

In order to rationalize their gross miscalculation, Leftists double-down on lunacy:

But Smith didn’t stop there. He continued in his rant, “We had to expect that [the pendulum] was going to go the other way. As a cleanse — this is the darkness before the dawn.”

In the year 2016, Smith used the same kind of language to describe Trump supporters, saying, “As painful as it is to hear Donald Trump talk and as embarrassing as it is as an American to hear him talk, I think it’s good. [W]e get to know who people are and now we get to cleanse it out of our country.”

We are one year into the Trump presidency. Undoubtedly the BEST year for a president ever.

Try to imagine the Thanksgivings and soon to be Christmas discussions, as these raving lunatics try to console themselves. The spin at these gatherings could power windfarms all over the world.

But they know the truth. And Conservatives get another GREAT year. Our first Christmas under real presidential leadership in decades.

The Left will speak of Russian conspiracies, and sex abuse, as if the people they admire are cleaner than a preacher’s sheets. But deep down they know 2018 will be a bad year.

Watch as Smith’s career spirals. It’s already begun. Here is his list:

The Telegraph reported on Suicide Squad & Collateral Beauty:

Will Smith‘s Christmas morality tale Collateral Beauty has been described as “a slap-up turkey feast” to “horrifyingly yucky”. What it’ll never be described as is a box office hit. Earning just $7m in its opening weekend in the US, it’s officially Smith’s lowest ever debut for one of his wide-release films, enabling the big question: are audiences tiring of the former Fresh Prince?

While this summer’s Suicide Squad has grossed nearly $750 million worldwide, it’s impossible to call it a Will Smith hit, his Deadshot character mostly lost among the noise of Margot Robbie‘s Harley Quinn and the comic-book USP. Rather, between Collateral Beauty and the similarly under-performing Concussion in Christmas 2015, Smith’s popularity seems to be on the wane.

The Frame reported on Focus box office numbers:

Will Smith’s latest film, “Focus,” debuted at number one at the box office this weekend, yet it only grossed $18.7 million. That’s significantly less than Smith’s expensive 2013 flop,  “After Earth,” which opened to $27.5 million and grossed just over $60 million domestically.

Ouch. But leading up to this flop was Smith’s attempt to draw attention to NFL problems, pre-Kaepernick.

Heres’ what Indie Wire wrote on Concussion:

“Concussion” is on track to become maybe Will Smith’s weakest box office performer (films in which he’s the star specifically). The film has been in theaters for almost 3 weeks, and has grossed just under $31 million as of this weekend. It holds the title of the lowest box office opening weekend for any Will Smith movie (again, films he’s specifically the star of), with $10.5 million. You’d have to go back to 1993 to “Six Degrees of Separation” which opened with just $53,000, although it should be noted that the film debuted on just 2 screens nationwide, while “Concussion” opened on over 2800 screens – more than a significant difference.

At this rate, I seriously doubt that “Concussion” will gross anywhere near $100 million. Reviews have been ok, so it’s not that it’s a bad movie. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t get through it without chuckling almost every time Will Smith spoke with his “Nigerian accent” and put on the kind of earnestness on his face that screams, “I’m a serious actor; this is a serious scene; I want that Oscar.” I just didn’t *believe* his performance, and ultimately wished he’d cast someone else in the lead role, and played a supporting character. But the film’s Rotten Tomatoes score is at a decent 62%, with the consensus stating: “‘Concussion’ lands a solid, well-acted hit on its impressively timely subject matter, even if its traditional sports drama structure is a little too safe to deserve a full-on dance in the end zone.”

Variety reported on After Earth

Will Smith has opened up about “After Earth,” the 2013 sci-fi film in which his son Jaden Smith also starred, calling it the “most painful failure” of his career.

The comment, in an interview with Esquire, came after the reporter referenced a “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” quote from Smith’s TV aunt, who advised his character on an episode, “Don’t let success go to your head and failure go to your heart.”

“That was a valuable lesson for me a few years ago with ‘After Earth,’” Smith said. “That was the most painful failure in my career.”

The Sony/Columbia pic, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, made $27 million on opening weekend and grossed a global $243 million on a reported production budget of $130 million. In comparison, in 2008, “Hancock,” the Smith-starring fantasy drama from Sony/Columbia, raked in $624 million globally and made $62 million on opening weekend. His rom-com “Hitch” made $368 globally and $43 million on opening weekend.

Films prior to these were Men in Black 3, sequel and relative flop. Before that, Seven Pounds, Smith flopped playing a do-gooder who did-badder than he intended.

Prior to Seven Pounds was Hancock, where Smith played a super hero of sorts, that was a super flop. And did anybody hear of In the Loop? Well don’t feel bad if you weren’t in the loop on that flop.

So Smith needs a lifeline, as he promotes Bright. He’s hopeful that Trump-bashing will get him attention. Don’t worry; it won’t.



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