Most of Hollywood is nothing but out of touch liberal elitists, who look down their noses at the struggling working classes of America from their mansions as they self-righteously preach what is best for the nation. They are a bunch of massive hypocrites, but few of them are as bad as Johnny Depp. At last week’s Glastonbury music festival he made the controversial comment “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?” Really? From a man who beat his wife?
In the following video, Today’s Yellow Snow (formerly Right Wing News) looks at the general state of deluded debauchery that is Hollywood, and delves deeper into Depp’s history of disrespect against the White House. His disrespectful actions date all the way back to 1988, clowning around in front of the Reagan's at a ceremony for the fight against AIDS.
It truly is sad that a fading actor like Depp, who is basically just phoning in his performances now, have to resort to insinuating presidential assassinations in a desperate plea for attention.
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Longtime Hollywood actor Johnny Depp has a longtime animosity toward the White House — as in all the way back to 1988.
Depp made news last week with a controversial remark about presidential assassinations, and the disrespect wasn’t just an isolated incident.
Depp was in Glastonbury, England, promoting his 2004 film The Libertine at a film festival, where he made a remark about President Donald Trump needing help, then proceeded to the matter of assassination:
“When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”
You can see those comments here:
However, this wasn’t the first time Depp has displayed disrespect for the presidency; old pictures revealed a noteworthy bad history with the White House, according to TMZ.
Depp’s antics began in 1988 at a ceremony for the fight against AIDS, with President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan.
From the beginning of a private tour he was clowning around, picking his nose at the lectern in the press room at the podium and gesturing obscenely at the camera at the front gate.
He even lit up a cigarette in the Rose Garden, to the dismay of a Secret Service agent.
In the Blue Room he lit another cigarette, making the agent even more upset.
When Depp reached the head of the receiving line to meet the president and first lady, he was told by agents not to participate because he had shown disrespect.
Depp has apologized for his recent remarks, describing them as a “bad joke.”
“It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice, I was only trying to amuse, not to harm anyone,” he said.
All well and good, but there’s still the matter of those photos.
Pictures are timeless and do not help defend Johnny Depp.
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