Alec Baldwin Is Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Let's not jump to conclusions based on past behavior

Alec Baldwin is a good actor, but he might not be the best human being in the world. He has a history of violence, he seems to nurture a particular loathing for women, and the past decade has been littered with headlines about one angry Alec Baldwin outburst after another. From mean tweets to outright assault and battery, he’s a ball of rage and he just keeps rolling.

When he’s not committing violence, Baldwin seems preoccupied with fantasies of committing more violence:

It wasn’t enough for Baldwin’s tribe to win the election. He had to revel in his fury at anyone who ever thwarted his goals. He’s a sore winner, and he longs to physically harm people he sees as his enemies.

Baldwin keeps getting away with this behavior because he’s good at movie acting, and besides, he says all the things his fellow Democrats want to hear. “He fights!”

Nonetheless, it’s possible that Alec Baldwin killed that woman on a movie set in New Mexico accidentally.

The gun he was using could’ve malfunctioned and ejected a blank casing like a bullet. That’s what happened on the set of The Crow almost 30 years ago, and on the set of Cover Up a decade before that, and it may very well have happened again on the set of the upcoming(?) western Rust.

The initial details don’t seem to add up — The cinematographer was killed and the director was injured at the same time? How does that happen? — but that doesn’t necessarily mean Baldwin was acting with malice aforethought. Halyna Hutchins died at the hands of a man with a well documented history of anger-management problems and misogyny, but it could just be a coincidence.

Let’s not rush to judgment, like Alec Baldwin would be doing right now if this were happening to someone he sees as an enemy.

We’re still getting information about what happened, and so far no charges have been filed. Don’t jump to conclusions. Just because Alec Baldwin is a violent thug doesn’t necessarily mean he’s a murderer.

By the way, the National Institutes of Health did fund gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China. If you pay taxes in the United States of America, you helped fund the virus that turned your world upside-down. You’re paying for it, in every possible sense.

Are you still wondering why these guys always panic whenever somebody says “lab leak”? Still unsure why St. Anthony Fauci’s response to these questions is to just start yelling?

Fauci lied to you about it, and he had a lot of help from his enablers in the media. As always, the great Drew Holden has the receipts:

It’s tough to keep track of all the lies about this virus we’ve been told over the past couple of years, and at this point I’m half-numb to it. I just assume that whatever Fauci is telling me is a lie. But I really want to see how he weasels his way out of this one.

And Merrick Garland has been a little loose with the truth as well. I dunno, wake me when one of these guys tells the truth. Then I’ll really be shocked.

Either Joe Biden thinks he’s a Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robot, or he’s been watching too much Beavis & Butt-Head.

Or maybe he thinks he’s flying around with a jetpack?

He just stood like that. For a long time. Looking lost and confused.

What’s wrong with him?

Then there was this moment:

How do you forget Long Beach? It’s literally a long beach. The town is named for what it contains. This is like forgetting a city named Tall Buildings.

And then there was this:

It’s been a few months since somebody’s life has been ruined for making a circle with his thumb and forefinger, which our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters in the media are convinced is a sign of white supremacy. But it’s different when Biden does it, because they need him to stay in power until Kamala learns how to utter a sentence without freaking everybody out.

And why did Biden say he’s been to the southern border, to see with his own eyes the disaster he’s created? We all know he hasn’t gone down there. Is he just lying again, or can he even discern fantasy from reality at this point?

Joe Biden is losing his mind. The longer his handlers pretend he isn’t, the worse it’s going to be when he has to step down.

I sure am glad I didn’t vote for him!

You can run for president by pretending to be a Native American, but you can’t teach schoolchildren in California.

Will Elizabeth Warren stand up for her fellow transracial-Americans in need? These are her people!

Beyond Meat isn’t doing too well. When all these fake-meat companies started popping up, it seemed like a license to print money. A cash cow, minus the cow. All you need to do is package pea protein isolates, other processed plant crap, and loads of salt into meat-like blobs for people who love the taste of beef, but not enough to actually eat beef. Who wouldn’t want to choke down a lump of gelatinous goo that kind of tastes like a vague description of a hamburger by a visiting space alien who’s still learning English?

Joe Bob Briggs said it best: “Stop Lying and Eat Your Salad.”

Still, I’d rather eat fake meat than real bugs. We’re at the top of the food chain on this planet, we have the technology to kill and eat any critter we want, and the journos want us to eat bugs. Then they wonder why we don’t trust them.

So Dune is pretty good.

Two of the film critics I trust the most have opined on Halloween Kills, and I don’t really agree with either of them. The aforementioned Joe Bob loved it, and those hack frauds on Half in the Bag hated it.

I’m somewhere in the middle. But that’s the great thing about art: Everybody’s wrong except me!

Tee gee aye eff, right? Right? Up top.

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