Jim Carrey’s Dumb & Dumber opinions about Trump

As every­one and his broth­er has now heard there was a major Doh! moment in Hawaii this past week­end when an employ­ee of the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (Hi-EMA) acci­den­tal­ly sent out a warn­ing to Hawaii’s 1.5 mil­lion res­i­dents (and any num­ber of vaca­tion­ing tourists and oth­er vis­i­tors) that a bal­lis­tic mis­sile was on an inbound tra­jec­to­ry for the Hawaiian Islands and could strike any­where on near­by land or water with­in min­utes.  The emer­gency alert was sent out via cell phone text mes­sag­ing, radio, and tele­vi­sion.

Hawaii Emergency Management Agency sends out ballistic missile warning, by mistake, on Saturday, January 13, 2018.
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency sends out bal­lis­tic mis­sile warn­ing, by mis­take, on Saturday, January 13, 2018.

The only thing that actu­al­ly hap­pened with­in min­utes was that Hi-EMA offi­cials and police, among oth­ers, knew that this was a false alarm.  In fact, it was a huge mis­take made by a work­er who I’m cer­tain feels ter­ri­ble about it.  What also hap­pened with­in min­utes of the warn­ing was thou­sands of peo­ple say­ing their good­byes, tak­ing cover/shelter, and pan­ick­ing.  It took Hi-EMA more than half an hour to issue a correction/retraction and announce that the ear­li­er mes­sage was a false alarm:  As report­ed at ZeroHedge.com:  A major fac­tor in the 38 minute gap between the erro­neous warn­ing and the sub­se­quent “false alarm” alert was the fact that while the state has per­mis­sion from FEMA to issue the emer­gency broad­cast, there is no sys­tem in place to send out a sub­se­quent “false alarm” alert. 

We had to dou­ble back and work with FEMA [to craft and approve the false alarm alert] and that’s what took time,” said Hi-EMA spokesman Richard Rapoza.

As would be expect­ed in 2018 dozens of the so-called “élite,” includ­ing “celebri­ties,” took the oppor­tu­ni­ty to espouse their con­tin­ued anti-Trump rhetoric.  Quick to the twit­ter trig­ger was prog-left stal­wart Jim Carrey who took the oppor­tu­ni­ty to blame President Trump and Republicans.  No men­tion of how the world got to where it is under eight years of President Obama’s “Hope and Change.”

President Barack Obama's trite 'Hope & Change' message proved little more than slick but meaningless marketing.
President Barack Obama’s trite ‘Hope & Change’ mes­sage proved lit­tle more than slick but mean­ing­less mar­ket­ing.

Like his fel­low Hollywood and enter­tain­ment indus­try friends and col­leagues Jim Carrey needs to stick to what he knows best  —  com­e­dy and act­ing  —  and cease with the relent­less and unfet­tered attacks not only on President Trump, but also on the at least 50% or more of Americans who either vot­ed for Donald Trump, agree with his pol­i­cy aims and objec­tives, approve of his over­all per­for­mance to-date, or sim­ply do not wish to be lec­tured to by show­peo­ple.

Jim Carrey's Dumb & Dumber political comments are typical of the liberal 'celebrity' elite
Jim Carrey’s Dumb & Dumber polit­i­cal com­ments are typ­i­cal of the lib­er­al ‘celebri­ty’ élite

 

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JihadiBob is the nom de plume (for the purposes of this site) of Robert Riley, a vocal opponent of socialist, communist and so-called "progressive" ideology that has infected political parties, governments, educational institutions, the media, and a large swath of society along the way.

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