Alec Baldwin Makes Fool of Himself at Anti-Trump Protest (Video)

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Alec Baldwin, Michael Moore, and a host of other liberal “celebrities” tried to rally up a small crowd of protesters in New York City on Thursday night to shower hatred onto Donald J. Trump.  Unfortunately for Baldwin and Moore, the event was a total bust.

“Baldwin’s comedy act” and “Moore’s nonstop hate-talk” didn’t draw the thousands of people they had expected would show up in Manhattan.  Meanwhile, thousands of people in D.C., and millions of people from around the world watched Trump and his lovely family participate in an amazing concert at the Lincoln Memorial.

As for Baldwin, he tried to wind-up the crowd with a Trump impersonation.  The SNL star rambled on about Trump having to urinate at the Russian consulate in DC.  The joke fell flat on the crowd, and Baldwin ended up looking like a total fool.

Feeling stupid and knowing he needed to exit the stage real fast, Baldwin quickly spoke about protecting illegal aliens, and then provided advice to people about teaching their children to keep government accountable.   Sorta crazy if you think about it… Alec Baldwin giving parental advice?  Isn’t he the father who left a voicemail for his young daughter in which he called her a fat pig?  Yes, he is.

Baldwin ended his 3-minute rant by telling the sleepy crowd to be prepared to fight Trump and his team.  Baldwin said, “We need to fight  — we need to give Trump 100-days of resistance.”  Okay, Alec, whatever you say.

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