Published On: Wed, Oct 19th, 2011

Sean Penn attacks Tea Party as more hollow liberal insults continue

During an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan on Friday Sean Penn rambled about the need for more infrastructure spending, affordable health care, bolder actions from President Obama and an end to the Afghanistan war.

He attributed what’s wrong – Tea Party.

“And yet there’s another problem. You have what I call ‘the get the N-word out of the White House party,’ the Tea Party,” he said.

Asked about the Morgan Freeman comments, Penn said:

“If you ask a representative of the Tea Party, ‘OK Social Security, socialist. Get rid of it?’ They’re going to get very confused,” he said. “At the end of the day, there’s a big bubble coming out of their heads saying, you know, can we just lynch him?” (Read here of a few old Sean Penn quotes)

Actor Alan Cumming was also on the Piers Morgan show added:

Well, I think if — I think, you know, there’s such — America’s this country full of such hatred in terms of politics and the politics of hate is so rampant. And now the only kind of minority that can really be dealt with in that way is the gay population.

So it kind of makes sense. But, of course, I just think it’s — I think it’s awful. I think that the Tea Party have some very, very — some quite sensible notions, actually, when — on paper. But also that kind of seems to be an umbrella thing that just covers up a lot of real homophobia and racism. …

I just think the Tea Party is out of touch with America, actually. That’s the sad thing for them to have to come to terms with.

Penn and Cumming are just piling on the old tired rhetoric.

Samuel L. Jackson immediately agreed with the racist charges made by Freeman:

“It’s pretty obvious what they are. The division of the country is not about the government having too much power. I think everything right now is geared toward getting that guy out of office, whatever that means. It’s not politics. It is not economics. It all boils down to pretty much to race. It is a shame.”

Lilberals, especially Hollywood personalities, cannot understand the dissent towards President Obama and that IT IS politics, economics etc…and not the half-black President. In fact, the sterotype cuts so deep, that is why they attack and spew more racism accusations for the Herman Cain supporters.

Bill Maher added some insults as well regarding Herman Cain:  “The Republican establishment is freaking out because their token black guy is in the league now. They never expec-, it’s like an episode of Star Trek where the black guy beams down to the planet and lives.”

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