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Sean Penn Reaches New Low

Sean Penn Reaches New Low
March 27
13:45 2018

If you look at America from the political far left, you would have to look further to your left to see Sean Penn off in the distance. Penn is one of Hollywood’s most anti-American actors. His hatred for American exceptionalism and traditional American values has him openly attacking virtually every Republican in the Republic – and a few moderate Democrats.

Ironically, Penn started his professional life with an appearance in an episode of the quintessential American television series, Little House on the Prairie – a show that was directed by his father, Leo Penn. Despite, or because of, his radical left-wing political views, Penn has been a darling (meaning lots of awards) of the left-leaning Hollywood aristocracy.

Penn endorses the far left’s penchant for violent protest and occasionally joins in. While billionaire drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was destroying the lives of Americans with shipments of addictive and deadly drugs from his well-guarded fortress, Penn was able to score an image-polishing private interview for Rolling Stone. To get the interview with Guzman, Penn had to pledge not to reveal any details that might help authorities locate the murderous fugitive. Penn was true to his word.

Among Penn’s political heroes were Venezuelan despot and American enemy Hugo Chavez and the oppressive Castro brothers in Cuba. In fact, he shared the platform with Chavez to defend and support the murderous Bashar al Assad regime in Syria. When Chavez died, Penn said, “Venezuela and its revolution will endure under the proven leadership of Vice President Maduro. Today the United States lost a friend it never knew it had. And poor people around the world lost a champion. I lost a friend I was blessed to have.” The revolution Penn praised has resulted in a continuation of the brutal dictatorship under Maduro and impoverished Venezuela to the point of civil war.

He made common cause with the brutal leaders in Iraq and Iran during visits to those nations at the height of anti-American tensions. During the brief military conflict over the British Falkland Islands, Penn, as might be expected, sided with the revolt against America’s number one ally and the internationally recognized authority over the islands.

So, what does all this have to do with a book? Good question. But to understand the motive behind the book, you need to know the history.

Penn’s soon to be released book, “Bob Honey – Who Just Do Stuff,” is about a part-time assassin who has his sights set on a president known as Mr. Landlord — a less than veiled comparison to President Trump. The comparisons to the current president are so obvious that Penn must think his readers are below the intellectual level of subtlety. To wit:

‘You are not simply a president of impeachment, you are a man in need of an intervention. We are not simply a people in need of an intervention, we are a nation in need of an assassin. I am God’s squared-away man.”

The lead character says this of the “fictional” president.

“Many wonderful American people in pain and rage elected you. Many Russians did too. Your position is an asterisk accepted as literally as your alternative facts.”

Of course, Mr. Landlord had won the presidency over a “shrill” and “hawkish” woman. Penn seems to be channeling Hillary Clinton’s disdain for the American commoner when he wrote of the fictional lady candidate:

“Was she the worst possible candidate or are you the most arrogant, ill, and unqualified electorate in the history of the Western world? And what does it matter now?”

Penn’s lack of creativity is evident in the fact that much of the writing is merely the repetition of the talking points, narrative and accusations found on MSNBC every day. While many authors have used fiction to point to truths, Penn employs it to reinforce political biases and lies. Regardless, you can expect the book critics of the New York Times to serve up high praise for Penn’s mendacious manuscript, and Hollywood will be panting to produce this pulp fiction into a box office blockbuster.

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Larry Horist

Larry Horist

Larry Horist is a conservative activist with an extensive background in economics, public policy and politics. Clients of his consulting firm have included such conservative icons as Steve Forbes and Milton Friedman, as well as the White House. He has testified as an expert witness before legislative bodies, including the U. S. Congress, and lectured at major colleges and universities. An award-winning debater, his insightful and sometimes controversial commentaries appear frequently on the editorial pages of newspapers across the nation. He can be reached at lph@thomasandjoyce.com.

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11 Comments

  1. Bake
    Bake March 28, 09:18

    Penn if you don’t lime AMERICA leave bitch now

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  2. Cetcivic
    Cetcivic March 28, 13:21

    This article reeks of white privilege whining about being under attack from someone who is white and privileged. Where are the “lies” you speak of? The United States has a “Regime Change” policy that it applies to any nation which it eyes for its resources. Venezuela and Cuba just happen to be two of those nations. How are their leaders despots and dictators? Both of those countries have continued to exist wholly without the help of the US. Why do you feel the need to support attacking other countries for its resources under the guise of “ spreading democracy “? How well did that work in Iraq? Or any other middle eastern country? You seem to think that it’s our job to plunder the world because we’re an “exceptional “ nation. The rules don’t apply us. We police the world but, no one can police us. Get off your high horse , buddy and get back to reality, because the reality is we’re no better than any other country. Worry about all the jobs being destroyed by outsourcing and downsizing so that shareholders can see an increase in their quarterly dividends. Or the nation wide attack on Unions. Or the millionaire tax breaks that hurt local economies and create huge deficits in small and big cities alike. Our military spending is obscene and it causes spending cuts to vital programs that create jobs, schooling and resources to those who need it most. I don’t know what planet or dimension you live in, but it’s sure not here on God’s green Earth.

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    • Leon
      Leon April 05, 19:41

      Cetcivic – You ask “how are the leaders of Venezuela and Cuba despots and dictators”?? Are you being sarcastic maybe? If not sarcastic, then it is you who is living on another planet. They have been living, on and off, under rule of dictators for DECADES! I moved to Venezuela in 1956 when it was under the rule of dictator Perez Jimenez (the “president” who cut off hands and arms of even women and children when caught stealing – without so much as a trial), and I stayed for about 15 years living in Caracas and other cities and villages. The “leaders” of today are as brutal as then, only now it includes starving the entire country.

      During my time there I saw plainly that your other claim is also false.

      “Both of those countries have continued to exist wholly without the help of the US.” Not entirely true. “Exist” yes, but not wholly. First, that is probably not very true about any country in modern times since we are all so commercially interdependent now. Venezuela, for example, did not know how to fully extract and profit from its oil till shown by various other countries (by invitation) such as US, Australia, the Dutch, Brits, Canada et. al. in the 40s, 50s and 60s. Same goes for other commercial AND governmental endeavors. Economic advances in Venezuela, as much as any other SA country, were propelled forward with US commercial help, and with US governmental and private agricultural aid, as well. These were aids eagerly sought, at one time, by those country’s governments and businesses, although not always successfully grasped by them.

      No one has “plundered” the wealth of these countries (Venezuela or Cuba) except the rulers themselves. Venezuela’s best years were while other countries, including the USA, were welcomed to work with them in building their oil industry and other endeavors. The libs and socialists later decided to throw everyone out and do for themselves, and now you can see how that has gone. Both those countries are now known for their abject poverty, near complete lack of common medical resources, extreme crime, and gov’t brutality more than anything else.

      So, you and Sean Penn believe what you will, history and current events speak for themselves.

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      • Purrecldy
        Purrecldy May 18, 16:31

        Facts, facts, those pesky little facts.. they are so inconvenient to The American hater and group thinker of the left.well said my friend.

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    • Susie
      Susie April 23, 09:28

      Spot on Cet. SEAN you are mentally disturbed and definately need to get the hell out of our country. I hope someone has a hit out on you and seriously puts you out of your misery.
      Somewhere in your childhood this developed in you to hate America and to support the same men who are the majority in distroying our country with their cartels, their drugs, murders, prostitution of young girls and their deaths, and my list would be endless but you know what i am talking about When you visited these men you were offered up these girls and drugs on a platter and if you did NOT partake they would have killed you. That is one part of getting to see the sick bastards.
      We in the USA can only hope either someone nas your number or you just get the hell out of here and do us all a favor. We can also hope no one buys your book, and no one makes another movie with you in it.
      I am a 58 Mother and grandmother and you should be not just embarrassed of you yourself, but tell each person in this country who has seen your movies etc that you are sorry and give them all a refund. Never fought in the service, never help our service members, take John Travolta with you too, and all of the Scientologists. Yuor a embarrassment.

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  3. Gene
    Gene March 28, 14:39

    I never watch any movie in which he appears. My personal Boycott. Something radically wrong with him.

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  4. debbie
    debbie March 28, 15:03

    mr.penn is left-leaning, but is also a good person, he helped victims of the 2005 hurricane, I know cause I saw a pic of him in a boat, helping, he also helped victims in Haiti when they had one.

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    • Susie
      Susie April 23, 09:33

      Oh Debbie you are so naive. Doing one thing in Haiti is NOTHING compared to the negative he has done and said. Especially now.
      He is a piranha to our country.

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