Gays, blacks, women, children, the deceased, and the everyday working people who keep the world turning have all been victims of Alec Baldwin’s three-decade temper tantrum towards anyone who dares anger, inconvenience or disagree with him.
The left-wing Obama supporter calls gays “faggots,” black ex-NYPD officers “coons,” and his own 11 year-old daughter a “pig.”
Baldwin does, though, rush to the defense of convicted cop killers.
The outspoken Democrat has physically assaulted members of the media, and made life miserable for those among the working class who merely asked him to pause a game of “Words with Friends” and follow the same airline safety rules as everyone else.
Baldwin is a homophobe, a bigot, a bully, a precious prima donna — and worst of all, he is unrepentant.
1. June 1992: Baldwin called a horse-drawn carriage driver a “faggot“at a City Council hearing. The driver supported expanding the carriage routes outside of Central Park.
2. October 1995: After covering his vehicle in shaving cream, Baldwin slapped and broke the nose of a photographer Baldwin was eventually forced to pay damages.
Alec Baldwin must pay $4,500 to celebrity photographer Alan Zanger, who was beaten up by Baldwin in 1995, when Zanger snapped the actor with his wife, Kim Basinger, and their newborn daughter, Ireland. Baldwin (who sprayed Zanger truck with shaving cream and broke the photog’s eyeglasses and nose) was acquitted of misdemeanor battery charges in the case and won an invasion of privacy suit against Zanger, though Zanger won a case against Baldwin for damages. This week the California Supreme Court said it agreed with a lower court’s opinion, so Baldwin must pay.
3. December 1998: At the end of an interview on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Baldwin exploded into a rant of wishful thinking about joining a mob to murder Republican Henry Hyde and his family:
I am thinking to myself in other countries they are laughing at us twenty four hours a day and I’m thinking to myself if we were in other countries, we would all right now, all of us together, [starts to shout] all of us together would go down to Washington and we would stone Henry Hyde to death! We would stone him to death! [crowd cheers] Wait! Shut up! Shut up! No shut up! I’m not finished. We would stone Henry Hyde to death and we would go to their homes and we’d kill their wives and their children. We would kill their families. [stands up screaming] What is happening in this country? What is happening? UGHHH UGHHH!!!!”
4. May 2007: Baldwin attacks his own 11 year-old daughter as a “pig“:
Alec Baldwin called the cell phone of his daughter Ireland, who lives in L.A. with his ex-wife Kim Basinger, for a court-approved chat and once again got her voice mail, the New York City-based actor flew into a rage. “I don’t give a damn that you … are a child or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the a–,” he said in a message. “You are a rude, thoughtless little pig, okay?”
After hearing the recording a family court judge barred Baldwin from seeing his daughter.
5. September 2011: In defense of convicted cop-killer Troy Davis, Baldwin lashed out at conservative commentator Michelle Malkin as a “crypto-fascist hater.”
6. September 2011: Angry at Starbucks server, Baldwin names the man on Twitter and attacks him as an “uptight queen.”
7. December 2011: Baldwin again makes life miserable for the working class with a tantrum on an American Airlines flight:
The airline said on Facebook that an indignant Baldwin refused to turn off his device, got up and “slammed the lavatory door so hard, the cockpit crew heard it and became alarmed.” Baldwin, who was kicked off the flight, “was extremely rude to the crew, calling them inappropriate names and using offensive language.” Baldwin has since apologized, but maintains that flying has become “a Greyhound bus experience.”
Apparently, Baldwin didn’t feel the same safety rules the hoi polloi live by applied to him and his game of “Words with Friends.”
9. June 2012: Baldwin physically assaults a photographer.
“He comes after me, starts shoving and punching me — one time, right in the chin,” said Santos, 42, adding that he was coming to the defense of another photographer. “And then he started shoving me, and pushing me. He lunged at me like raging bull.”
Baldwin was clearly losing it.
10. June 2012: Baldwin physically and verbally attacks another photographer. After grabbing the man by the arm…
…This time, Alec — clutching a pink stuffed animal — approached one of the photogs who was hanging out in front of his apartment building and lashed out, “I want you to shut the f**k up … leave my neighbor alone … get outta here.”
At one point, at the beginning of the confrontation, It sounds like Alec says to the photog, “I know you got raped by a priest or something.”
11. February 2013: Baldwin launches a racist rant against a black photographer who identified himself to Baldwin as a former-New York City police officer:
[D]uring a confrontation on a public sidewalk Baldwin called retired decorated New York police detective G. N. Miller – an African American – a “coon,” a “crackhead,” and a “drug dealer.” He also make disparaging remarks about Miller’s mother, and told Miller to “suck my dick.” Baldwin then went on another Twitter rant, in which he again called Miller a “crackhead.”
12. June 2013: Baldwin hurls anti-gay slurs at an openly gay reporter, threatens to physically harm him and then calls on his Twitter followers to “straighten out this fucking little bitch.”
13. November 2013: Baldwin is caught on video hurling anti-gay slurs at a photographer. Baldwin later claimed he didn’t use the word “fag” (although his story kept changing), and that he didn’t know “cocksucker” was a slur.
14. April 2014: Baldwin tweets homophobic insults to former Mitt Romney aide Garrett Jackson.
15. December 2014: Baldwin attacks the late-Andrew Breitbart, a dead man who cannot defend himself:
Apparently upset over Breitbart News’s reporting on his bizarre and hypocritical attack on two-time Oscar-nominee James Woods, TV actor Alec Baldwin took to his Twitter account Monday to lash out at the memory of a man who can no longer defend himself, the late Andrew Breitbart.
Thirty years ago Paula Deen used the N-word after being robbed at gunpoint. For that the unbiased, objective, not-at-all-liberal media destroyed her career and life.
Baldwin remains the toast of the media and entertainment elite.
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