Actor George Clooney, who has spent years smearing conservatives, asserts that so-called Republican brutality is harming democratic processes in the United States. On his low-rated HBO Max show, Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?, the star of Ticket to Paradise told the former host of Fox News that Republicans are to blame for the "coarsening of America." He did this by impersonating Dark Brandon as well as he could.
As his primary illustration, Clooney pointed to the recent movement of illegal immigrants to more liberal parts of the country that was orchestrated by Republican governors.
According to Clooney, the United States of America is headed in the wrong direction, particularly with its political rhetoric. Clooney criticized the fact that everyone gets up and down and shouts when somebody's owned, but instead of keeping the topic broad, he singled out Republicans by highlighting the recent actions of Texas Governor Gregg Abbott and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Let's surprise them and send them off without warning, just because we enjoy humiliating liberals. Clooney added mockingly, We'll send them to Martha's Vineyard, you know, where Obama's people [are], and we'll send them to the Vice President's house with no notice, no health, no, nothing. When I consider where we are in this trend toward an increasingly coarsening of our language, I cannot help but feel concerned.
It would appear that George Clooney has no recollection of the time when his friend Barack Obama insulted around half of the electorate in the United States by calling them "bitter clingers" to their "guns and religion."
He must also be under the impression that Hillary Clinton's comments in 2016 that half of Americans were "irredeemable" and that they belonged in a "basket of deplorables" did not represent a "coarsening of America" in any way, shape, or form.
Or when practically every Democrat who has ever run for government over the past few decades has told voters that Republicans intend to kill old people, enslave women, starve children, and pollute our water, Clooney seems to view this as nothing more than good, clean politics.
Clooney went on to say that the dark things going on in the world were a contributing factor in his decision to resume production on romantic comedies.
I usually get the impression that movies strive to portray that every once in a while. The fact that it takes a few years to develop a movie is typically the cause of their tardiness. It felt like we all needed a break. I had to take a short break. I wanted there to be an element of spontaneity to it, Clooney explained.
Additionally, he blasted Donald Trump, labeling him a womanizer and claiming that the Republican presidential nominee is "seriously broken" to the point where he never believed anyone would vote for him in 2016.
There's a piece of you that just thinks, 'Well, that man shouldn't be president,' but you realize that you were wrong. And he was, and I feel that our democracy paid a price for it, not just in the United States but around the world. In addition, I have concerns [about the prospect of his re-election]. I don't think it's as wonderful as some people are terrified of, but I do worry about it," Clooney screamed. "I don't think it's as good as some people are afraid of.
However, numerous sources suggest that Joe Biden has made things worse for the United States' relations with the rest of the globe. Some world leaders, for example, have publicly stated their belief that Russia never would have invaded Ukraine if Donald Trump had been victorious in his bid for reelection.
But because other world leaders view Vice President Biden as being so feeble, Russia felt encouraged to invade its neighboring country.
Also this month, it was reported that Saudi Arabia's leaders thought so little of Joe Biden's status that they jabbed their finger in his eye after he begged them not to decrease oil production as the United States of America faces skyrocketing gasoline costs. This comes after he pleaded with them not to cut production as the United States of America faces skyrocketing gasoline prices. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Saudis decided to limit output even though they had not agreed to assist Biden and paid absolutely no attention to Biden's dilemma as they did so.
After that, when President Biden accused the Saudis of taking Russia's side in the dispute over the output cut, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued a furious statement condemning Biden.
It appears that even our traditional ally, the United Kingdom, has turned against Vice President Joe Biden. As the relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom continues to deteriorate, the British government maintained at the end of September that they have no interest in engaging with Biden on matters such as trade.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breitbart.