A big puff ball who can’t get out of his fictional Chief of Police role Jim Hooper in “Stranger Things”, said in a planned and rehearsed political speech” “fear, self-centeredness and exclusivity of our predominately narcissistic culture (he means America) and, through our craft, (kids act from age 1 onwards so it’s not a craft. It’s nothing special because anybody can do it and everybody does it) “to cultivate a more empathetic and understanding society by revealing intimate truths that serve as a forceful reminder to folks that when they feel broken and afraid and tired, they are not alone.”
But he wasn’t empathetic at all to President Trump. He called President Donald John Trump “a monster.” The actor can’t or won’t identify any of the B/S intimate truths nor are those truths forced on people who watch a TV series but, finally, …. he tells people who aren’t alone that they aren’t alone.
Such are the fantasy lives of paid actors who somehow can’t thank people who make their make-believe little lives seem so important. These types of people who think they can lecture a president need to figure out exactly how small they are. They also should try although they lack the intellectual equipment to succeed, to realize how much danger America is in and how important it is that President Trump and the USA succeed. But, of course they can’t do that. They oppose America and American values too.
Ungrateful puff-headed moron.