Scott Baio left his job at Dunkin’ Donuts to weigh in on the removal of Confederate monuments and his stupidity surprised no one ever. The former child actor, now a man-child and Donald Trump sycophant, spoke to Fox News’ Jesse Watters, another Trump sycophant so they could sling verbal diarrhea into the airwaves while sucking out their viewers’ IQ points. The not so dashing duo spoke about Hillary Clinton’s new book in which she spoke of the former reality show star stalking her onstage during one of the presidential debates. Flashback: During the campaign, Baio called the former Secretary of State a ‘c*nt’ so he’s just as creepy as his idol is.
“The country didn’t begin the day you were born,” Baio said on “Watters’ World.” “Don’t try to erase the wonder that that country is. And we’re not perfect.”
We certainly don’t recall Baio or Watters denouncing the Nazis who marched in Trump’s name, resulting in one of his supporters murdering Heather Heyer, 32, and injuring 19 others.
“Do we get rid of the William Jefferson Clinton presidential library simply because President Clinton’s wife Hillary lavished praise on former KKK member Robert Byrd?” Baio asked while completely disregarding history.
“I’m for letting you live your life … I just try to live my life the best that I can,” Baio continued. “You have your views? Love it. I want to hear about it … As soon as you get violent I’m out. I don’t care what side you’re on.”
Because history matters, Robert Byrd, a Southern Democrat (Dixiecrat), repented and regretted his segregationist past, which included a year as a member of the Ku Klux Klan and several more years as a Klan sympathizer. Byrd enjoyed a perfect 100 percent rating from the NAACP and a 67 percent rating from the ACLU. He went on to propose $10 million to fund a Martin Luther King National Memorial in Washington, DC. Byrd spent decades to advance equal rights instead of segregation. He left his past behind and tried vigorously to make up for the darkness that once captured his life. When he died at age 92, the NAACP mourned his death.
“Senator Byrd reflects the transformative power of this nation,” stated NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous at the time. “Senator Byrd went from being an active member of the KKK to a being a stalwart supporter of the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and many other pieces of seminal legislation that advanced the civil rights and liberties of our country.”
The statement concluded, “He will be sorely missed.”
We’re sorry that Scott and Jesse failed history class in high school. And Scott, if a creep ever stalks your wife, we’ll remind you of your comment on Hillary Clinton being stalked in public – on a stage.
Last year, Snowflake Scott threatened to sue anyone who calls him a moron, so naturally, everyone tweeted him and called him a moron, then he blocked them all.
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