Alec Baldwin thinks the newspaper which helped launch his teen daughter’s modeling career longs to “kill” people of a certain stripe.
Baldwin, baring his soul in what he promises is his last media interview, reminded the public just how ugly his unexpurgated ramblings can be. The 30 Rock star was likely speaking metaphorically with that poisoned barb, but his attitude toward those who don’t share his ideological viewpoint remains, sadly, similar to some of his celebrity brethren.
THR: Are you learning to turn the other cheek in your battles with Page Six?
Baldwin: Page Six is kind of a stiletto for a rabidly conservative political operation. You know, Fox News, Rupert Murdoch — killing people of a certain stripe, that’s their goal. And I just happen to be the recipient of an abundance of that….
THR: You’ve been relatively controversy-free on social media of late. Is that a conscious effort?
Baldwin: It depends. On any given day, I have other things to do, typically. But every now and then, spitting on Murdoch, Fox News, the New York Post and Page Six. … I feel like I was born to do that.