At least the Hollywood Left’s taking Trump’s latest SCOTUS nomination well (cue eye roll)

Schadenfreude overload

What are the symptoms of a schadenfreude overdose? I think I might have had one when putting together this compilation of celebrity dopes proving why their chosen profession is fictional drama, comedy and delusional fantasy. Also, I really enjoy the view that a duly elected president (no matter what they say) nominating a Supreme Court justice and sending it to the Senate for a vote constitutes a “dictatorship” and “fascism.”

Make some popcorn and enjoy the show:

What’s ironic in all this is that to some degree the condescending liberal hypocrites in Hollywood becoming more vocal — combined with the Dems’ insistence upon giving them an even bigger platform — are part of the reason Trump won. They should feel free to keep freaking out — the GOP’s counting on it.

(h/t Breitbart & Twitchy)

Climate Change Alarmism on Parade — a two-act play, starring Bette Midler

I’ve always said that no matter what happens outside, climate change alarmists will link it to man-made climate change. One of the left’s biggest panic-button pushers about global warming is Bette Midler, who proved that point quite nicely.

First up we have this from yesterday:

June/July heat = Effect of climate change that must be reversed before we all die in a man-made eco crock pot. Got that?

Rewind the tape to the exact same date, except five years earlier in 2013:

June/July cole = Effect of climate change that must be reversed before we all die in a freezer of humanity’s making.

And yet liberals mock non-believers for not being able to grasp their “science.”

HAHAHA! DNC enlists Hollywood to boost Dems’ midterm hopes (the way they saved Hillary’s campaign?)

Fortunately Dems don’t get how much “flyover country” can’t stand Hollywood.

It looks like the DNC is getting some extra assistance from Hollywood — which also helped during such notorious Dem triumphs as Hillary Clinton’s campaign and historic Republican gains at state and national levels during Obama’s presidency — in order to try and save the party’s hopes and dreams of re-taking Congress:

The Democratic National Committee and members of Congress are turning to Hollywood for help with voter turnout and messaging ahead of the midterm elections and 2020 presidential campaign, quietly consulting with a group of actors, writers and producers here.

DNC Chairman Tom Perez, several House members and other top elected officials have already met with the group, formed by members of the entertainment industry in the wake of the 2016 election, that participants liken to a TV writers’ room, complete with producers of such programs as “Veep.” The existence of the group and details of the meetings have not been previously reported.

At the Tony Awards, Robert DeNiro got the Hollywood push to help get more Dems elected in November off to a rousing start… for Republicans:

Fortunately Dems don’t understand how much “flyover country” can’t stand Hollywood, and I won’t be surprised to see that clip used in one of Trump’s re-election ads in 2020.

Notorious fuel terminator from Hollywood challenges Trump to get more ‘green’ on gas

If only we could tap Hollywood eco-hypocrisy as a clean energy source.

Arnold Schwarzenegger traveled all the way from California to Austria by bicycle, rowboat and kumquat-powered golf cart in order to sound the alarm about fossil fuels and ask President Trump to join the cause:

Arnold Schwarzenegger is urging President Donald Trump to join in efforts to promote green energy, saying he would have “a lot of victories.”

The former California governor spoke Tuesday at the R20 Austrian World Summit, an offshoot of a Schwarzenegger climate change initiative. Schwarzenegger has sparred with Trump, who last year announced the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.

Schwarzenegger said: “Those of you who resist because you can’t imagine success without fossil fuels: we ask you to join us. Everyone. Also you, President Trump: Join us.”

Schwarzenegger’s certainly doing his part to get rid of fossil fuels — he’s burning as much of it as he possibly can so there’s none left for the rest of us:

I wonder if Ah-nuld got to the emergency summit on ending fossil fuels on this:

Arnold Schwarzenegger – Gulfstream III

The body builder turned actor, turned State Governor decieded in 2011, that he needed his own private jet.

For a cool $38 million he got himself a fabulous private jet.

The Gulfstream 3 has a capacity for 12 passengers and can go a range of 6,760 km

“Climate crisis” y’all!

If only we could tap Hollywood eco-hypocrisy as a clean energy source.

This week’s Albert Gore Jr. Award for Brazen Achievement in Eco-Hypocrisy goes to…

HAHAHA!

Here’s a shot & chaser so hot it could single-handedly trigger a global warming apocalypse all on its own.

Singer Katy Perry is very concerned about man-made climate change caused by fossil fuel emissions:

Fortunately Mother Nature suspends all natural law if an eco-hypocrite celeb has needs on the night of a gala or awards show:

What’s even more amazing is that they’re shocked more people don’t buy into their BS.

(h/t Twitchy)

Just think how bad this climate change hypocrisy study would look if it took into account Gore, Kerry, DiCaprio & the rest

Ya don’t say!

Note: The findings below have a margin of error of plus or minus Al Gore, Leo DiCaprio and John Kerry, who were all unavailable to participate in the eco-hypocrisy study because they couldn’t be reached in their private jets:

The study divided 600 adults who reported on their climate-change beliefs into three groups: “skeptical,” “cautiously worried” and “highly concerned.”

Then the researchers — from the University of Michigan and Cornell University — tracked how often they reported doing things like recycling, using public transportation, buying environmentally friendly consumer products, and reusing shopping bags. And they asked about support for government mandates like CO2 emission reduction, gasoline taxes and renewable energy subsidies. The Journal of Environmental Psychology published the findings.

What they found was very illuminating.

The researchers found that the “highly concerned” group was the least likely to take individual action, but they were the most insistent on government action. The “skeptical” group, in contrast, was the most likely to recycle, use public transportation and do other environmentally sound things all on their own. Skeptics were least likely to endorse costly government regulations and mandates.

“Belief in climate change,” the researchers explained, “predicted support for government policies, but did not generally translate to individual-level, self-reported pro-environmental behavior.”

Ya don’t say!

The conclusions from that study come as NO surprise. Take me for example — I think Al Gore and any other number of apocalyptic climate change cultists and eco-doomsday preachers are full of more sh*t than the septic tank outside Ex-Lax’s human testing facility. And because of that, they’d consider me part of the “problem.” But at the same time, my family tries not to leave lights on in rooms that nobody is in; We keep the thermostat fairly low (mostly because I’m usually too hot); We carpool when possible; We try not to waste gas; We pick up trash when we’re out walking; We volunteer to clean up the river walk; And we plant trees because we like trees — not because we’ve fooled ourselves into believing that planting trees is our noble contribution towards helping make John Kerry’s multiple mansions and Richard Branson’s airline fleet carbon-neutral.

Meanwhile, the most vocal and sanctimonious of the “emissions are destroying our planet” bunch are busy flying around the world to climate change conferences, denouncing Exxon from their SUVs and throwing darts at boards with pictures of Scott Pruitt on them and thinking they’re actually doing something.

Watching ‘No Rifle Association’ lefty celebs soil themselves at the NRA convention should be a real treat

THIS could be entertaining.

Work on President Trump’s re-election campaign has started early:

A group of Hollywood stars — including Alec Baldwin, Julianne Moore, Debra Messing, Jimmy Kimmel, Michael Moore and Amy Schumer — is banding together to take on the National Rifle Association (NRA).

The performers and other public figures, including Parkland, Fla., shooting survivor David Hogg, released an open letter on Friday to announce the launch of the NoRA initiative, short for No Rifle Association.

In a blistering message to NRA President Wayne LaPierre, the group says, “You and the gun manufacturers that fund you value money over lives.”
“Your time signing checks in our blood is up,” the letter states. Time magazine was first to obtain the letter.

The campaign, according to organizers, is a “non-partisan coalition of activists, artists, celebrities, writers, gun violence survivors, and policy experts.”

“Nonpartisan”? Haha! I have to hand it to them for being so adept at comedy.

But here’s the funniest part:

According to NoRA’s website, the group intends to head to the NRA’s annual meeting next month.

“We’re going to show up at the NRA convention in Dallas and make them wish they stayed home,” the website says. “We might just sue the pants off the NRA.”

While I do agree that the appearance of liberal celebrity activists does have the effect of making everybody else wish they’d stayed at home, I can’t wait for this bunch to get the crap triggered out of them at the NRA convention. It might be so entertaining that if I didn’t know better I’d think this was an NRA scheme to get more people to attend.

A Hollywood “No Rifle Association”? Life imitates art yet again:

(h/t @RedSteeze)

Do as jet-set celebrity eco-hypocrites say NOT as they do, part XXXVII

Al Gore’s hypocrisy spirit animal Leonardo DiCaprio is well known for offering dire warnings about what’ll happen if we continue to rely on fossil fuels:

It won’t surprise you to know that Dicaprio remains skeptical of his own warnings, as evidenced by how he got to Coachella last week (Hint: It wasn’t by bicycle or kumquat-powered golf cart):

The Daily Mail says that tagging along with 43-year-old Leonardo to Coachella this weekend was his 20-year-old model girlfriend of four months, Camila Morrone. They were seen on Saturday night, and they made it obvious they were together because they “couldn’t keep their hands off each other.” Camila was also seen feeding Leonardo pizza in a VIP section.
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But not only did Leonardo let her tag along to Coachella, they also flew out on his private jet

DiCaprio’s pledge to give up private jets lasted about as long as my moratoriums on pizza.

The rest of us are expected to stop eating meat, keep our lights off and drive battery-powered go-carts to offset these massive hypocrites. By the way, it’s now past mid-April and I’m still freezing, so if their global warming warnings are going to ever kick in, now would be a good time.

Liberal star of ‘The Great Wall’ moving out of the country in part because of Trump’s planned great wall

From the “Don’t let the door hit you in the ass” department, we find this:

Matt Damon is moving his family to Australia — in part because the liberal star’s fed up with President Trump.

Damon, 47, reportedly has purchased a property in Byron Bay, New South Wales, according to Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph. The home’s next door to a place owned by Chris Hemsworth — with whom Damon recently appeared in “Thor: Ragnarok.”

A source exclusively tells Page Six: “Matt’s telling friends and colleagues in Hollywood that he’s moving the family to Australia” because the activist actor disagrees with Trump’s policies.

Ironically enough, Damon’s movie “The Great Wall” fizzled at the box office the year Trump, who wants a great wall, was elected.

And the Oscar for Least Self-Aware Performance on an Academy Awards Red Carpet goes to…

Richards should have been awarded the “most shameless comedic performance in a non-fiction horror film” Oscar.

… outgoing Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, who was at the Academy Awards taking irony to the next level:

When Miller asked Richards, “What keeps you going, what gives you hope?” Richards responded with the “next generation.”

“The fact that we are seeing young women, women in their teens, who are now advocating for their rights, advocating for their communities,” she elaborated. “We saw it in Florida, we’ve seen in across the country. To me, they give me hope. We just need to support them and keep them going forward.”

“The next generation” gives her hope? Obviously not all of them. And I’m just guessing she was treated like a god by the Hollywood libs who accuse Republicans of being bad for women and kids.

Taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood plans to drop $20 million to support Democrats in the midterms after having spent nearly $40 million trying to get Hillary Clinton elected, and they continue to call themselves “non-partisan.” Richards should have been awarded the “most shameless comedic performance in a non-fiction horror film” Oscar.