Ted Cruz Torches ‘Rich, Angry Celebrity’ Seth Rogen for Calling Him a 'Fascist’
Senator reacts to Hollywood liberal's foul mouthed rant
Hollywood liberal actor Seth Rogen unleashed an unhinged rant against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), calling him a “fascist” after the Republican blasted Joe Biden for rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement.
“By rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement, President Biden indicates he’s more interested in the views of the citizens of Paris than in the jobs of the citizens of Pittsburgh.“
"This agreement will do little to affect the climate and will harm the livelihoods of Americans.”
Rogen reacted angrily to Cruz's tweet but unsurprisingly he did not cite any sources to back his argument.
“F**k off you fascist,” Rogan wrote.
Fuck off you fascist.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) January 21, 2021
“Charming, civil, educated response. @Sethrogen."
“If you’re a rich, angry Hollywood celebrity, today’s Dems are the party for you."
"If you’re blue-collar, if you’re a union member, if you work in energy or manufacturing… not so much.”
Charming, civil, educated response. @Sethrogen— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) January 21, 2021
If you’re a rich, angry Hollywood celebrity, today’s Dems are the party for you.
If you’re blue-collar, if you’re a union member, if you work in energy or manufacturing...not so much. #JobsMatter pic.twitter.com/mwtMaBKiS2
But Rogan doubled down with another f-bomb laden attack:
“Haha get f**ked fascist.
"Go encourage a white supremacist insurrection again you f**king clown.”
Haha get fucked fascist. Go encourage a white supremacist insurrection again you fucking clown.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) January 21, 2021
Biden signed a pile of executive orders which aimed to reverse former President Donald Trump’s agenda.
One such order included reversing the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
“America’s ‘commitment’ to the Paris Climate Agreement will be used by the Biden administration as justification for a whole litany of new executive actions and burdensome federal regulations to shape our energy and environmental policy,” said Cruz in a statement.
The move "will burden American families, manufacturers, and businesses with higher energy costs at a time when they are already struggling."
The senator added:
"The regulations necessary to meet the original commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement would result in the loss of 400,000 American manufacturing jobs and would cost families of four $20,000 in lost income over a nearly 20-year period.”