Hollywood is, for the most part, and overtly liberal safe haven of progressive ideology and social “justice” facades.
In the post-Hillary world, Tinseltown is in full meltdown mode. Not only are celebrities constantly and consistently attempting to delegitimize the President of the United States in an ever-increasing myriad of ways, but they are spreading their tentacles so far and so wide that even some of their own are being forced to speak out.
Take Bryan Cranston, for instance.
The Breaking Bad and Godzilla star, who normally carries with him a hefty dose of leftist ethos, has transcended that place of partisan chicanery in order to issue a profound, and profane warning to those in America who are actively seeking a cataclysmic failure by Donald J. Trump in the Oval Office.
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“In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Cranston — perhaps best known for his role as Walter White in the television show Breaking Bad — slammed Hollywood stars, pundits, and Trump opponents who have previously said they wish to see him fail in office.
“’It’s just astonishing to me. President Trump is not the person who I wanted to be in that office, and I’ve been very open about that,’ Cranston said. ‘That being said, he is the president. If he fails, the country is in jeopardy. It would be egotistical for anyone to say, “I hope he fails.” To that person I would say, f*ck you. Why would you want that? So you can be right?’
“’I don’t want him to fail. I want him to succeed. I do. I honestly do,’ Cranston continued. ‘And if you’ve got a good idea that helps the country, oh man, I’m gonna support you. I don’t care if you’re a Republican and I’m a Democrat or whatever, I don’t care. A good idea’s a good idea. Let’s do that. We’ve got to get away from this idea that our country is political football, and someone with a different opinion is the enemy. Assume they love this country as much as you do, and there’s always room for improvement. How can we make it better?’”
Cranston’s point is one that the free press has been attempting to make for nearly a year.
When the President succeeds, so follows our great nation. Hoping for a failure at that level is an enormously erroneous way to win a political argument, and pales in comparison to the true nature of what that failure could mean for America. If Trump fails on national security, people could die, and when you hope that he does fail, what are you really hoping for?