Johnny Depp often plays the character of a villain in his big screen Hollywood films, but now he just made himself one for real. Last night, when he made a media appearance to promote his new movie, he publicly fantasized about killing President Donald Trump instead in front of rolling cameras and a massive crowd of people at Cineramageddon in Glastonbury, U.K. Despite being overseas when he made his terroristic remarks against the president, that didn’t stop karma from catching up with him there, which he’s now waking up to this morning.
The aging actor hasn’t been in many movies lately, starring sporadically in hand-selected flicks that fit his vibe. You’d think he’d appreciate the work, considering that stars quickly fade with age and his days in Tinseltown were already numbered. Rather than sticking to his script when presenting his latest film, The Libertine, alongside director Julian Temple, he went off the rails and used his time at the podium for something else. Evidently, he didn’t learn from comedian Kathy Griffin who just recently did something similar and is still paying the price for it.
In front of 1,500 people at the event, Depp decided to use their captive attention to spew hatred for our president and promote assassination.
“I think he needs help and there are a lot of wonderful dark, dark places he could go,” Depp said. Since the crowd immediately responded with cheers, the actor was encouraged to continue with his disparaging remarks, and it only got worse.
“It is just a question – I’m not insinuating anything. By the way, this is going to be in the press. It will be horrible. I like that you are all a part of it,” he said, according to The Guardian. “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?” he asked in reference to the death of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth in 1865. “I want to qualify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it has been a while and maybe it is time,” he added.
Before exiting into infamy, which he’s now waking up to today, he left the crowd with some thoughts about what he was there for in the first place.
“Thank you so much for having me here. This is beautiful, chaotic, madness … I made the film because I wanted to try to bring to England a great poet that they missed. They missed him because he was written off as a jokester, a hoaxer. This guy is one of the deepest poets.”
Depp seems ti have gotten a little too into the part he was playing in his new movie, as a “jokester” and dark “hoaxer,” but nobody here in America is laughing, and certainly not the President of the United States. What will it take these celebrities to learn that talking about killing the president or speaking out against him in the most vicious manner they can muster, never ends well.
It was only a few short weeks ago that “jokester” Kathy Griffin pretended to behead Trump and endured an onslaught of backlash from that is still continuing today. She’s lost sponsors and big scheduled performances around the country, which is appropriate for her disturbing antics she was promoting to be “funny.” Depp has recently fallen into some financial difficulties and just sealed the fate of his future of not getting out of that with a few sick minutes of not being able to help himself at the podium.
Despite being one of Hollywood’s highest paid actors, Depp is in a financial depression that’s about to get a lot deeper for thinking he’s funny to joke about a non-joking matter. We’ve already seen that words are quickly turned into actions among unhinged liberals that are waiting to snap and encouragement like this from even just an actor gives these lunatics the ammunition they need. We saw this just last week with the would-be congressional killer who opened fire on several GOP congressmen and hoped to make it to Trump next.
There’s nothing funny about assassination or the mental health of liberals willing to go out as a martyr or the cause of trying to get the “winning” shot on the president. It doesn’t matter how famous or funny you think you are, we live in a world of leftist lunatics who will take anything someone says as an invitation to commit murder on anyone with a difference of opinion, or the president himself.