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Alec Baldwin Does It Again - Posts, Then Deletes Homophobic Tweet


"You're on your knees in that photo. What's up with that, Garrett?"

4.9.2014
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 Jeff Dunetz |

Alec Baldwin who was fired by MSNBC earlier this year for making a homophobic rant added to his history of bigotry with a homoerotic insult during a twitter debate with Mitt Romney's former personal aide Garrett Jackson. He later deleted the tweet.

The discussion began with Baldwin (@ABFalecbaldwin) talking about an anti-fossil fuel film to which Jackson responded.

Note: Since Baldwin removed his tweets we can only provide them as part of Jackson's responses.


Baldwin has a history of using anti-gay language. When a British columnist reported that Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria, had tweeted at a funeral earlier this year, Baldwin responded by calling the reporter a “toxic little queen” and stating, “If [sic] put my foot up your f***ing ass, George Stark, but I’m sure you’d dig it too much.”

Most recently Baldwin was caught on camera running after a photographer outside his apartment and calling him a “c***sucking f*g." That last incident cost him his weekly MSNBC program.

http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/alec-baldwin-does-it-again-posts-then-deletes-homophobic-tweet
« Last Edit: April 10, 2014, 05:20:34 AM by rangerrebew »
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