As amazing as it may sound, it’s many of our Hollyweird celebrities who continue to persist in thinking that there are actually regular Americans who care about what it is they have to say when it comes to any given issue. It’s just all so weird that these same people continue to see themselves as being so much smarter than the rest of us when so may of them are clearly uneducated. And yet they persist, why? Do they seem themselves as special because they’re able to memorize words written by others long enough to regurgitate them in front of a camera? Hell, if you had enough time, you could likely train a monkey to do that. And yet they continue to lecture us. 

And the latest in the string of narcissistic assholes to come forward and spew their drivel was none other than Bryan Cranston. Now I gotta be honest, were it not for his silly little stint on ‘Malcolm in the Middle,’ I wouldn’t even know who the Hell this guy is. So why is it that I should somehow care about what this boob has to say? I mean talk about delusions of grandeur! It’s amazing that in this group of dim bulbs we have so many vying to be the dimmest among them. All in the hope of finally being taken seriously. And I fail to understand why it is that these knuckleheads continue to be held in such high regard by so many people when they should simply be ignored.

So anyway, I’m pretty sure that most folks are, by now, likely aware that Cranston is far being much of a fan of President Trump, or his slogan, “Make America Great Again.” And it was recently that he was again provided a platform from which to lecture us. It was during an interview this past Sunday with CNN’s ‘Commie Chris’ Wallace, that Cranston argued that “MAGA” could be construed as “racist.” He said, “When I see the ‘Make America Great Again,’ my comment is, do you accept that that could possibly be construed as a racist remark?” Cranston said, “And most people, a lot of people, go, how could that be racist? Make America Great Again?”

He went on to say, “Just ask yourself from an African-American experience, when was it ever great in America for the African-American? When was it ‘great’?” He added: “So if you’re making it ‘great again,’ it’s not including them. So it’s to teach us, in the woke world, to open up and accept the possibilities that our privilege has created blind spots for us. And maybe I haven’t seen what is really happening yet in all my years.” Have you ever heard anything that makes any less sense? The arrogance to think, and to say out loud, that Trump supporters are all RACISTS is the height of kookiness. This guy should have laughed out of whatever studio he was in.

And it was also this same pussy who recently atoned for his whiteness while also advocating for putting limits on the freedom of speech. Cranston confessed to his “white blindness” and white privilege, declaring “I need to learn, I need to change.” People who hate President Trump are morons. He’s a good man. He cares about people and he loves this country. Any person who says otherwise is nothing more than a petty dumb-ass. So many lies have been told it makes me puke. If you’re buying into that you are not my friend, I’ll not buy your products and I will certainly NEVER vote for you. You’ve shown your true colors, and you’ve fallen short. You’re disgusting.

And apparently this moron also believes that limits should be placed on the First Amendment. He said, “There need to be barriers, there need to be guard rails.” Now I wonder, would those barriers also apply to him and his kind? Doubtful! Cranston clearly knows very little of what he speaks. President Trump did MORE for Blacks in America than any president in recent history, and yet this idiot seems quite happy to be either grossly ignorant, or just outright dishonest about it. And why is it that most in the black community don’t take advantage of all that is available to them. Might it be because they prefer victimhood which tends to be far more lucrative?

It’s amazing to see how truly ignorant these people are. Let me remind this dolt that it was under President Trump that blacks had their lowest unemployment rate in history. Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years. Nearly 7 million people were lifted off food stamps. Poverty rates for Black and Hispanic Americans reached record lows. Income inequality fell for two straight years, and by the largest amount in over a decade. The bottom 50 percent of American households saw a 40 percent increase in net worth. Wages rose fastest for low-income and blue-collar workers – a 16 percent pay increase. And that’s just for starters.

Seems to me he might be guilty of cultural appropriation for asserting he knows the views of all black Americans about what they actually think of America. Given how many are still coming to us from Africa and around the world, it seems to me many might disagree. As for the rest of us, I’m really tired of Hollyweird types telling us vapid tales of their views of morality or our generic need to evolve. Seems to me there’s a lot of need for ‘growing up’ everywhere. Cranston is, by all accounts, a pretty good actor, but I’m not his parent or friend and don’t really care what he thinks about the self-loathing agenda of leftist white privileged blind woke fools.

These spoiled, ultra-privileged people continue to think themselves worthy of being listened to. There are only two types of people support Socialism in the world. The very, very rich and the very, very poor. And it’s in Cranston that we have another woke actor commenting on politics. Devoid of intellect and someone who knows absolutely nothing about history. President Trump did more for minorities in this country in his first six months in office than all the other presidents combined. Ask this fool why his party voted against the Civil Rights Act. Ask this moron why the Democrats during WW II rounded up Japanese citizens and put them into camps.

Is not America the best place on the planet for blacks? Where on Earth is it better for them? America is accused of being a racist country, but they die trying to get to a racist country? Does that make sense? If I’m black I wouldn’t care how my ancestors got here or how they suffered, I would thank all of them that they got me here. Otherwise, I’d be living in Africa hating life wishing I could go to a racist white country. Blacks have had every opportunity to make something of their lives, but when they are more interested in blaming everyone else for the problems, they bring on themselves they’ll never have a good life, no matter what country they live in.

Personally, I think it would be fun to have a “Day Without White Men.” When we stay home, close down our businesses for a day and spend no money. I wonder what would happen if there were no white men working or employing anyone for a day or three. The assumption that Blacks can’t succeed without social welfare, Affirmative Action, and excessive patronizing from guilty white elites is far more racist. I’m convinced life’s successes, for any skin color, begins with a nuclear family. If that community avoids or rejects that prospect, then they are destined to relying on others to survive and will remain where they are – or continue their downward spiral.

It’s in Cranston that we have yet another mental midget from Hollyweird who thinks himself an expert in history. While he’s certainly entitled to his opinions it’s in my view that it was rather foolish of him to go public with his nonsense. He should stick to acting like the rest of those in Hollyweird. Perhaps all the money that he has earned as a white actor needs to be taken from him and given to all the non-white actors. He’s admitted his guilt so he needs to repay all those actors that should have been cast in roles instead of him. He admits he only got the roles because he’s white. He’ll sleep better knowing that he’s atoned for his white sins.

MAGA clearly isn’t about going back to pre-Civil War, or even pre-Civil Rights days. It’s about putting ‘America First’ and using our tax dollars to I build our own infrastructure instead of those of foreign countries. It’s about securing our own borders and stopping foreign invaders into our country instead of helping Ukraine with theirs. It’s about fair-trade deals with China, Canada and Mexico. And it’s about merit-based hiring and education enrollment instead of racist systems where one color gets preferential treatment. What these idiots will never do is interview a Black man, or woman, wearing a MAGA hat and ask them what they think.

I am so sick of those who construe. insinuate, read minds and outright lie about what those not part of their unique little clique are thinking! It is all part of their vicious tactics to attack, discredit, intimidate and ruin lives. It is despicable to convict those you consider opponents (or anyone!) with NO PROOF of wrongdoing! It used to be considered un-American! We used to believe in innocent until proven guilty because it created a healthier society and was the right thing to do. This social justice evil is simply mob rule with a Communist label. It is satisfying for people wanting to join a safe group to vent their suppressed hatred for other human beings.

It is destructive of society, which is the goal of people like Cranston. Pitting the masses against one another keeps them from uniting to do what benefits everyone ending the tyrannical dictatorship that the Leftist overlords want. Communism is exactly the opposite of what the label implies. Communism is spread by lies, manipulation, intimidation and death. It was the Communists who murdered 100 million of their own people in the last century and, make no mistake, they plan to murder far more in this one. Look at their history. Look at what they claim and what they deliver. Don’t be duped into believing their professional propaganda.



  1. Bryan Cranston has starred in several movies and television shows. But the one he’s most famous far is breaking bad. Where he portrayed a science teacher in a high school in Albuquerque New Mexico.

    And, supposedly he had cancer and he didn’t wanna leave this world knowing his family would be thousands and thousands of dollars in debt. And since he was an outstanding science teacher, he obviously knew how to make the perfect methamphetamine. Ha!!

    It’s really amazing that today’s Hollywood stars are nothing like the ones in the 30s / 40s & 50s. And speaking of this, I read an article by Glenn Greenwald the other day pertaining to how dysfunctional. Hollywood is today compared to back then.

    A big reason for this is these Hollywood stars have absolutely nothing in common with the average person today. Back in those days the large majority of male leading men had served in the Armed Forces. During WW-2, And, The Korean War.

    And several of them had served in WW-1. Furthermore, the majority of them came from blue collar, hard-working backgrounds. One of the most famous shows out today, “YELLOWSTONE” is supposedly based upon a family here in my home State, The State of Montana.

    And yet, The vast majority of men that portray Cowboys today, don’t have a cowboy background. And this is just the opposite of the men back in those days. Bob Baker / Tim Holt / Hoot Gibson / Ken Maynard / Yakima Canutt / Montie Montana / Art Acord / Sunset Carson / Wild Bill Elliot / Jack Hoxi / and who can forget TOM MIX?

    Tom was another, genuine cowboy and swaggering hero of the Wild West: He was born in Texas; fought in the Spanish-American War, the Boxer Rebellion and the Boer War; and served as a sheriff in Kansas, a U.S. marshal in Oklahoma and a Texas Ranger.

    I will take his résumé any day!! over any of the leading Hollywood male stars. And no list could ever be complete of real men that came from real dirt floor upbringing, and his parents was big time poor white Christians.

    And if you read anything about this man’s people, they might’ve been poor, but they were the salt of the Earth. I’m talking about, none other than, “BEN JOHNSON.” Ben was born in 1918 and died in Mesa AZ.

    Born in Foraker, Oklahoma, on the Osage Indian Reservation, of Irish and Cherokee ancestry, the son of Ollie Susan Johnson (née Workmon) and Ben Johnson Sr. His father was a rancher and rodeo champion in Osage County.

    “Johnson liked to say later that he got to Hollywood in a carload of horses.

    His work as a stuntman caught the eye of director John Ford, who hired Johnson for stunt work in the 1948 film Fort Apache, and as the riding double for Henry Fonda. During shooting, the horses pulling a wagon with three men in it stampeded.”

    “Johnson, who “happened to be settin’ on a horse”, stopped the runaway wagon and saved the men. When Ford promised that he would be rewarded, Johnson hoped it would be with another doubling job, or maybe a small speaking role. Instead, he received a seven-year acting contract from Ford. “

    “Ford called Johnson into his office, and handed him an envelope with a contract in it. Johnson started reading it, and when he got to the fifth line and it said “$5,000 a week,” he stopped reading, grabbed a pen, signed it, and gave it back to Ford.”

    Most baby boomers will remember the movie titled; “The Last Picture”. “Johnson won the 1971 Academy Award, BAFTA Award, and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor.”

    Johnson also operated a horse-breeding ranch throughout his career. Although he said he had succeeded by sticking to what he knew, shrewd real estate investments made Johnson worth an estimated $200 million by his later years. not bad for a man that never finished high school.

    “He was drawn to the rodeos and horse breeding of his early years. In 1953, he took a break from well-paid film work to compete in the Rodeo Cowboys Association (RCA), becoming the Team Roping World Champion; although he only broke even financially that year.

    Johnson was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 1979. According to his ProRodeo Hall of Fame entry, he said, “I’ve won a rodeo world championship, and I’m prouder of that than anything else I’ve ever done.”

    Over the years many things he said became quotes, and one of his favorite quotes was actually from one of his favorite writers. Robert Service. Who wrote many books on Alaska and the Yukon.

    “The only society I like is rough and tough, and the tougher the better. Tough, white, and poor. But mighty proud to be an American! you have to get down to bedrock by God!

    By being around men, that know how to take a White or Red Oak Limb or better yet, Kentucky Hickory, And Shape it, form it into an excellent Axe Handle. And then these same men can split wood all day.

    Then get cleaned up for Sunday night service! Calluses on their hands that you can strike a woodstove match on! Bedrock by God! There’s where you get down to bedrock and meet human people. Not these fake-ass wanna be California cowboy’s. With a small c.”

    Poems that influenced Ben Johnson by Robert Service. And I suggest every conservative man read these because they will speak to you. And the more you read up on these Hollywood men from back in the day, The more utter contempt you will have for these phony Dingle Berry, emotionally weak-ass-weasels like Bryan Cranston.

    “ The spell of the Yukon / The Cremation of Sam McGee / The Shooting Of Dan McGrew, and no list of his famous poems could be complete without fitting in, “The Men That Don’t Fit In.”

    (I know for a fact that many conservative baby boomer men today feel that right now. They feel that they don’t fit in, anymore in their own country! A country that the majority of WHITE BOOMER MEN’S Forefather’s formed this nation. By sweat and toil.)


    There’s a race of men that don’t fit in,
    A race that can’t stay still;
    So they break the hearts of kith and kin,
    And they roam the world at will.
    They range the field and they rove the flood,
    And they climb the mountain’s crest;
    Theirs is the curse of the gypsy blood,
    And they don’t know how to rest.

    If they just went straight they might go far;
    They are strong and brave and true;
    But they’re always tired of the things that are,
    And they want the strange and new.
    They say: “Could I find my proper groove,
    What a deep mark I would make!”
    So they chop and change, and each fresh move
    Is only a fresh mistake.

    And each forgets, as he strips and runs
    With a brilliant, fitful pace,
    It’s the steady, quiet, plodding ones
    Who win in the lifelong race.
    And each forgets that his youth has fled,
    Forgets that his prime is past,
    Till he stands one day, with a hope that’s dead,
    In the glare of the truth at last.

    He has failed, he has failed; he has missed his chance;
    He has just done things by half.
    Life’s been a jolly good joke on him,
    And now is the time to laugh.
    Ha, ha! He is one of the Legion Lost;
    He was never meant to win;
    He’s a rolling stone, and it’s bred in the bone;
    He’s a man who won’t fit in.

    Bryan Cranston / Adam Brody / Al Franken / Alec Baldwin
    Alice Walker / Allison Janney / Alyssa Milano / Andre Agassi
    Art Alexakis / Ashley Judd / Babyface / Barbara Streisand
    Ben Affleck /Ben Stiller / Benjamin McKenzie / Bette Midler
    Bill Bradley / Billy Crystal / Taylor, Swift, Chris Evans = Capt America

    All of these, and so many more are not good enough to shine the boots of Ben Johnson / Gene Autry / Gary Cooper / John Wayne and the list goes on and on of Hollywood Conservative Men.


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