Bill Murray on Political Discourse, Hollywood and The Democrats

Actor Bill Murray, 67, made an appearance on CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ a few days ago to weigh in on the American political landscape, plus touched on the political discourse in the nation, and criticised the Democrat party.

The much loved actor and comedian has obviously been watching all that’s been going on in the media recently, and shared his views lightly on certain aspects of politics, comedy in Hollywood, and even his life on the CNBC show.

He said that first thing in the morning, it’s a “Clash of Clans”, and that the Democrats are being divisive by striving to represent certain groups or minorities, rather than saying that they represent Americans.

Bill Murray stated, “The way the Democrats handle things is poor, where they try to pick out little pieces of a population, oh well… we represent the LGBT or something. Instead of thinking that each citizen has a right to be respected as a citizen first, under the laws of the country”.

Bill Murray has criticised the current political climate and blames Democrats for making it worse by trying to represent minorities under false suggestions. Credit: CNBC

Indeed, the Democrats are losing, the Deep State is getting increasingly desperate and Bill Murray must have noticed this with Hollywood vehemently being biased in their choosing of one political side in order to serve their master, who definitely prefers the now failed and exposed Democrat party. What Bill Murray had to say about that was a thinly veiled dig at the establishment.

After CNBC’s Joe Kernen said to Bill: “I would call you one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, which is weird that you’re one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, um, isn’t? Did you want to be one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, it’s kind of embarrassing for you, isn’t?”

Bill responds, “Most of what I do is embarrassing. But, I don’t, um, I’m not keeping track of who is in charge out there”.

Bill Murray is a man who likes to keep to himself, which is why most people love him. He’s a simple man who still doesn’t have an agent; you have to simply leave a message to him on a phone number if you so wish to reach him. Hollywood Agents have been increasingly accused of adding to the systemic pimping culture in Hollywood, which makes you understand the concrete wall and the operations of selected operations of Hollywood, as a whole, when sex and submission comes to mind.

Anyway, Bill Murray weighed in on the Democrat party further, “People are going to war about so much. My friend whose a great comedy writer, Jim Downey, he’s accused of being a right-wing comedy writer, if there is such a thing.”

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“He says, ‘No, I just think the way the Democrats handle things is poor, where they try to pick out little pieces of a population, oh well we represent the Hispanics, we represent the LGBT or something.’ They’re not speaking to everyone at once, and it’s almost demeaning to say, ‘I’m choosing you because you’re a splinter group or you’re a certain minority group.’ There’s almost a resentment that somehow you’re separated, again, by a politician — ‘You’re my people. I’m in control of you, I represent you’ instead of thinking that each citizen has a right to be respected as a citizen first, under the laws of the country.”

Well, as we all know by now, the Democrats couldn’t care less about ethnic minorities, but they need to keep people suffering and stuck in poverty to back up their narrative of helping those in need, whilst ultimately doing absolutely nothing to help them. As for the DACA, the Dreamers and the illegal immigrants in need, they only care about the welfare they will receive whilst keeping them underpinned by a lack of income, so that they can give them small welfare donations in return for Democrat votes. When it finally came to making a deal on DACA, the Democrats pulled out, signalling that they don’t really care about these minorities, but only their votes which they would gain from their compliance in a socialist model of misery for all.

Donald Trump’s Tax Cut has been a revelation and a boost to small businesses, corporations and their employees. Credit: fccnn

Bill Murray also praised the Republican tax cut and the elimination of certain regulations on businesses, stating, “The change in the tax law is a great thing for the corporations, it’s a fantastic thing”.

“I don’t pretend to understand what that will mean in the future in terms of the economy or what the budget will have to do to take care of what people call entitlements.”

“In the first step, it’s made things easier. I think people feel like there was probably too much regulation, and yet you just hope that they don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater when breaking down regulations.”

When asked about recent revelations about Hollywood and Harvey Weinstein, as well as other producers, directors and actors coming up against sexual assault allegations and scandals, he said, “If people are monstrous, it eventually comes back. We get justice, but we don’t get it when we want it. This is unusual. People are getting their justice rather quickly.”

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Obviously, the world needs more Bill Murray, but he has no intention of stepping back into the fray, as his last performance was portraying Steve Bannon on SNL. Additionally, Bill felt quite pleased about performing that role, stating “Who wouldn’t?” in regards to playing Bannon, and noting that they provided a “really good wig” for him to use, as well.

Bill Murray is currently set to fly to Australia with a bunch of classical musicians for a spoken word/singing tour. This came about when he connected with Cellist Jan Vogler in an airport security line, which went on to spark a musical collaboration idea that’s inspired by reading the literary works of famous American writers Twain, Hemingway, and Whitman, with accompaniment of the classical music of Gershwin, Bernstein, Foster, Ravel, Schubert, Saint-Saens and Bach.

Boy, do we miss the days of real comedic actors like Bill Murray, Steve Martin, John Candy and Martin Short, as opposed to today’s current comedic actors. Truly, the 80’s and 90’s were the golden age for comedic screen talent, and a logical reality of entertainment comedy that was put out into the industry and the world.


Brainstain, over and out!

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