Another Actor Who Hates America

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Walter White – actor Bryan Cranston – thinks Make America Great Again is a racist slogan. That’s lunacy. It gets better; he compared the history of the United States to Nazi Germany.

He thinks it’s imperative the [anti-white] Critical Race Theory is taught. Cranston seems to think Americans were equivalent to Nazis due to the 89 years of slavery, a Democrat movement, and perhaps Jim Crow, Democrat laws.

While we agree that black Americans have had a terrible, unjust history in the United States, it doesn’t mean America can’t be great again. The expression refers to the values in our Constitution and Declaration of Independence. It refers to the Civil War we fought to end slavery. America was great when it fought to destroy Hitler and the Nazis in World War II.

To only look at America through a racist prism is also unfair and hateful. We can’t get better making victims out of black people.

No one is calling for slavery or Jim Crow. It’s an absurd interpretation.

Cranston picked that nonsensical view up somewhere and runs with it. Bill O’Reilly said the same thing. It’s not what the slogan means.


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Captain Ballistic
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Captain Ballistic
11 months ago

Bryan is a leftist loon. Should be deported to Canadastan

Bob
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Bob
11 months ago

Never watched anything he’s been in & never will.

Old Vet
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Old Vet
11 months ago

Why don’t you take your privileged buttocks to China and see how they treat people that denigrate their country??

jdp
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jdp
11 months ago

When they hate the country which they were born in and schooled in, then its time for them to leave, or be kicked out, we don’t need their fat lips/thinking spoiling what is great and gave them the opportunity to be radical reprobates. America is/was based on Godly principals [do unto others] not forcing anything on people, but giving all. the choice to choose their paths in education, expression, religion and service to country.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
11 months ago

To be an actor, you have to be comfortable in a make believe world. A lot of Actors can tell the difference between real and make believe! It’s amazing how much we pay these people to be delusional.