1:12 pm - 03/27/2013

LMAO - Greg Gutfeld calls Carrey a 'roiling bucket of sewage' + right wingers want Jim deported

For the second day in a row, “The Five” co-host Greg Gutfeld ranted against actor Jim Carrey for making a Web video that mocked the late Charlton Heston’s 2000 proclamation that he’d give up his gun “when you take it from my cold, dead hands.”

Gutfeld used the show’s opening monologue on Tuesday to explain precisely why be believes Carrey is a “tool” with small genitals. (RELATED VIDEO: Gutfeld on Monday calls Carrey deadly, insecure after Heston spoof)

“I don’t expect depth from a roiling bucket of sewage,” Gutfeld said. ”Now, gun rights were never a core issue for me, but Carrey and tools like him made it one. This is Hollywood with its slip showing. Carrey’s video shows what they really think of fly-over America. They hate you. To them, you’re all white rednecks. Worse, he mocks a dead and decent man. Dude, I get you are a clown, but at least hit someone who can hit back, you simpering tool.”

Gutfeld explained why Carrey’s sentiment is indicative of how Hollywood thinks of people who favor gun rights.

“And Hollywood, where the hell are you?” he said. “If you work with Heston or respected his work in civil rights, say something. How can you let this odious twerp defile Heston’s memory? You should regurgitate Carrey like a cat upchucking a feces-encrusted furball. Yes, Carrey has not made a good film in years, which is why he is a marionette trying to please his liberal puppeteers. He is desperate. But forget your thoughts on guns. His cruelty reveals how cloistered Hollywood is.”

“Now Carrey thought his crap would be greeted with anything but a flush,” Gutfeld continued. “So beneath Jim’s phony new-age persona, he is as hateful as the KKK, [what the fuck?!?!?] and his esteem is so low that he cannot go a moment without feeding it, which is why when he is called out he hides. And he hides behind a gun. He has armed security, which by his own logic means he has tiny genitals.”

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Gun supporters want Jim Carrey deported

A day after Jim Carrey released a comic music video on Funny or Die mocking opponents of gun control, supporters of the right to bear arms have created a petition demanding Jim Carrey be deported back to Canada. The video Cold Dead Hand, which is a parody of a Hee Haw show, went instantly viral, thanks in part to Carrey’s impersonation of gun advocate Charlton Heston and a catchy tune that compared guns to penis substitutes. Carrey continued the attack on his Twitter account, leading to lively debate online.

The petition, which can be found on change.org, states:

Canadian Citizen and Comedian Actor Jim Carrey is engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment. We demand that Jim Carrey be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national known Comedian & Actor to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens.

The organizers of the petition make it clear they don’t have anything against Canada – it’s Carrey they don’t like and they want him gone.

So far the petition has only a few thousand signatures – well short of the million-plus views the video had in its first day online.


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bluecupxxx 27th-Mar-2013 04:46 pm (UTC)
yes. this. I hate it and don't understand why so many young people are conservatives. Especially young white poor people. I feel like it is just sub-conscious or at least convert racism at play which is really frustrating. I don't know if it is a lack of education or what. Like I live in Alabama right now and know/see so many younger (under 22) girls who are liberal and everything then drop out of college, get pregnant and married and turn into raging conservatives. Then when called on their bullshit values and hypocritical switching just claim they don't know much except what their families say, and that Fox news says it so it's true.

Even when proven wrong with legit sources they just say things like "silly liberal". Honestly Fox news is full of such shit and blatant misinformation I think they should not be allowed to say they are "news", that might help some of the problem.
vanishingbee 27th-Mar-2013 04:49 pm (UTC)
I definitely think it's lack of education. Long time conservative states have less money in education, and have had for a long time. It's just ignorance bred into the population and reinforced over and over again by people who don't even know how to go looking for the truth.
bluecupxxx 27th-Mar-2013 04:54 pm (UTC)
That's another thing that confuses me, in conservative states we can see how conservative ideals play out. Less economic growth, larger income gaps, less healthh care, higher pregnancy rate, discrimination, almost textbook segregation in some areas, just these really awful outcomes but people still buy into the idea that conservatives somehow know their ass from a hole in the ground. I will never understand why.
vanishingbee 27th-Mar-2013 04:55 pm (UTC)
Because ideology trumps facts, and self-awareness would mean acknowledging you're part of the problem. People don't want to take any blame for their own hardships (though if they succeed, it was 100% a solo venture and they were helped by noone and nothing).
bluecupxxx 27th-Mar-2013 04:59 pm (UTC)
Yeah that makes sense. I just cannot stand people who willingly delude themselves. Like you don't have to go all justice warrior on an issue or even admit that you are part of the problem, just....change your behavior.

But you're right. Ideology trumps facts and people are idiots. I should probably learn to accept that fact, lol.
vanishingbee 27th-Mar-2013 05:01 pm (UTC)
lol, idt it needs to be accepted-- for me, that's just an invitation to find ways of phrasing facts as ideologies. most people who are deluded like that, I'm convinced I can find a way to get through to them.

the right gets converts from the bible (apparently), the left can use SCIENCE.... somehow.
bluecupxxx 27th-Mar-2013 05:12 pm (UTC)
One day I hope science will beat the bible. cause that would be so awesome.

I generally try and talk people through logic online, my issue is with people in real life. for example my boyfriends best friend is super covertly conservative. Like it's weird cause he votes democratic but he is casually racist, makes really awful racist, homophobic, whatever jokes, believes sexuality to be a choice, victim blames and has no issue with being a "my way or the highway" husband (which his wife loves for some reason)I am constantly butting heads with him because of this shit. However he does fundraiser runs for causes he would seemingly not support, couldn't kill an animal for sport and finds religion to be a crock of shit.

I don't understand him or how to convince him of how wrong some of his views are. He's literally the most baffling person I know.
vanishingbee 27th-Mar-2013 05:15 pm (UTC)
things like that seem to me like issues that you, personally, couldn't change-- those are the weird sort of entrenched values that people have to actually come up against (meet & befriend someone gay, have someone close to you get raped/threatened with rape, etc). Real life is hard, because it feels like -- if I could just take him to this place where he could meet people and see the reality, maybe his mind would change! But you can't just drag people places they don't want to go. :/

Just keep voicing your counter opinion, imo.
bluecupxxx 27th-Mar-2013 05:18 pm (UTC)
That's kind of what I figured. It's doubly weird cause he lives in Portland OR so it's not like he lives in bumfuck Alabama like I do. I always encourage my boyfriend to go new places with him. I think a lot of the issue is that he works in a factory where a lot of the crew think the same way.

eh, I'll see if it's gotten worse when we move home in July. I'll need to throw a giant party and maybe then he will meet some of my other friends and be surprised when he likes them. xD
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