Violent brooding anti-gun hypocrite Sean Penn has a problem with Donald Trump’s level of compassion. Based on the liberal fiction that the President called Haiti a “shithole” the actor/activist has declared him an enemy of pretty much everything but especially compassion. I wonder how much compassion Penn was showing when he was beating the shit out of photographers or his former wife Madonna. That’s probably within the tolerances of the liberal rules where stuff is only bad when other people do it.
Penn wrote a piece for Time magazine bragging about his work with the disaster relief effort following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Like his recent movies, this is long boring, over-dramatic and preachy. He basically defends Haiti as not being a shithole, while describing a country that is the textbook definition of a shithole.
On this day, we should be recognizing their grace, courage, loss, hardship and heroism. We should be mourning those lost to a curable poverty, to avoidable cholera, to Hurricane Mathew. We should be remembering the America that rose to its defining grace in support of this great and troubled island nation, which has supported and loved us.
“Troubled nation” is the same thing as “shithole” for the record. Then, he goes after Trump:
Instead, we have been forced to focus on a man whose sense of our country is an inherited gift for sales-gab. He encourages the enslavement of America by a core minority of our electorate; he massages into them the notion that American principal lives not in the belief and sacrifice of their own ancestors or our country’s forefathers, but rather in their own pain, rage and fear. President Donald Trump’s words describing the glorious people of Africa, El Salvador and Haiti are far worse than mere insensitivity or even nationalism. Those standards are not disgraceful enough.
Not only is Trump enslaving the American people, according to Penn, but the scumbags, murderers, cartels, and warlords of Africa and Central America are “glorious people.” It hard to be that full of shit but Penn pulls it off flawlessly.
The solution to our current divisiveness does not live in the White House. Instead, we will find unity only when we recognize that in our current president we have elected, perhaps for the first time in our history, an enemy of compassion. Indeed, we can be unified not only with each other but with Africa, El Salvador, Haiti, Mexico, the Middle East and beyond if we recognize President Donald Trump is an enemy of Americans, Republicans, Democrats, Independents and every new child born. An enemy of mankind. He is indeed an enemy of the state.
I would think that Penn and liberals like him who support abortion providers Planned Parenthood would be the enemy of newborn children, since they kill ‘em off before they can be born. Really, you won’t find a bigger enemy than that.
Penn’s writing style is dense and self-important, which doesn’t make it very readable, but what I got out of that last paragraph is that he wants all of us to team up with the worst places on the planet and countries that are the enemies of American to oppose the freely-elected President of the United States. Is it just me, or does kind of make him an enemy of the state?