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Tim Allen Says Being Around a Bunch of Liberal Snowflakes Makes Him Feel Like He’s in Nazi Germany

Damn, Tim Allen.

The guy who played Santa Claus 300 years ago is kinda a bummer. On a recent Jimmy Kimmel Live! appearance he said:

“You’ve gotta be real careful around here. You get beat up if don’t believe what everybody believes. This is like ’30s Germany.”

Except for the whole part where 11 million people were killed in death camps in 1930s Germany, I’m sure this is just like that.

Allen also admitted that he went to Trump’s inauguration even though even Justin Bieber wouldn’t do it for millions of dollars, has voiced support for Trump, and has a lot of opinions, like he previously told Fox News host Megyn Kelly.

“What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully. But if you had any inkling that you were for Trump, you got bullied for doing that. And it gets a bit hypocritical for me.”

Maybe if you support a guy that eats his steak well done, you deserve an evening in the shame cube.

  • robert franklin stroud

    He’s right.

    The fascists of today are the so-called “anti-Fascists” who use violence and intimidation to support their thought control. Nothing worse than today’s cry-bully Leftists that infest college campuses. Truly a mental disorder.

  • TurkeyBacon

    I think he was dumb to reference 30s Germany, but only because referencing Nazi Germany is always a losing proposition. Liberals are calling Trump a Hitler fascist, so don’t go there.

    The recent Hollywood reporter articles comparing current Hollywood to McCarthyism is a better comparison. For one, it happened in the US, and it shunned before over certain politicals beleifs, and then blacklisted people. The irony is that the people who were targeted under McCarthyism are now doing the targeting today, proving once again that people do not learn from history, unless the lesson to be learned is how to control your political opponents by demonizing them instead of listening to them.

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