Loud Mouth Alec Baldwin Doesn’t Show Up to SNL, Rips Spicer in Tweet.


Written by DML

If you remember correctly, actor Alec Baldwin said he would move out of the country if George Bush won the presidential election. Unfortunately, Baldwin is not a man of his word — he remains in the U.S.

Baldwin, who is trying to bring life to his dying career by doing lame impersonations of Donald Trump, had promised he was going to play president the day after the inauguration.  Perhaps his dishonesty is why we shouldn’t be surprised that he broke his promise.  For some reason Baldwin left his anti-Trump fans empty Saturday night when he was a no show on SNL.

When the opening skit on SNL didn’t include Baldwin, his liberal fan base went to Twitter hoping nothing bad had happened to their hero. One tweet suggested President Trump had kidnapped Baldwin.   But reading Baldwin’s Twitter account reveals he was alive and well on Saturday evening.  Baldwin sent out a nasty tweet last night about President Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer.

Mr. Spicer held a presser on Saturday afternoon lashing out at the press for reporting false information about the inauguration. In his tweet, Baldwin referred to Spicer as a talentless white boy, just like Sean Hannity (you can see the tweet below).

Liberals who cheer on Baldwin and deem him a hero should remind themselves of who he really is. Lets not forget the message he left to his 12-year old daughter.  You can listen to it here:

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