We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
President Biden and Dr. Fauci teamed up with male makeup YouTuber Manny MUA to encourage young people to get vaccinated. In the ten-minute segment, Manny asked if America’s youth should get the jab.
“I think it’s an obligation, an obligation to help your fellow man,” Biden replied. “An obligation to make sure that, even if it’s only a small percentage possibility that you could be a carrier of and spread the disease, that you have an obligation.”
Fauci took it a step farther when asked the same question, encouraging kids to get vaxxed. “Well certainly young children, even though statistically when they get infected it’s unlikely that they would have a serious disease compared to an elderly person or a person who has an underlying condition, but they are not exempt from getting serious illness,” he said.
Unfortunately, Manny didn’t do Biden or Fauci’s makeup, which would have been a real treat to experience.
A Real Jackass
“Jackass” producer Jeff Tremaine filed for a restraining order against former star Bam Margera, who has reportedly been harassing him since being fired from the fourth sequel of the movie franchise.
Days prior to filing, Margera called out Tremaine on Instagram. “My ‘family’ Jackass has betrayed me, abandoned me, rejected me. Not all of them. I love all of them and they love me back,” he said.
“But it’s specifically Jeff Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville so I feel like my family has f–king done everything horrible to me and made me jump through hoops and walk on eggshells, which is impossible, and strung me along like a f–king puppet to get the $5 million that I usually get when I get when I make a movie with them,” the former pro-skateboarder concluded.
Margera, who has been in and out of rehab for addiction woes, was called out by co-star Steve-O.
“Everyone bent over backwards to get you in the movie, and all you had to do was not get loaded. You’ve continued to get loaded, it’s that simple,” he replied to the post. “We all love you every bit as much as we all say we do, but nobody who really loves you can enable or encourage you to stay sick.”
Liberal actress Alyssa Milano revealed she has long-term coronavirus symptoms in a PSA encouraging people to get vaccinated. “I’m not sure when I’ll feel like myself again and that’s hard for me to admit. I got COVID. So many others died and yet I’m lucky. I’m still here,” she said.
“But so are my long-haul symptoms and even the best doctors and scientists don’t know what to expect going forward. But what they do know is that we now have a vaccine against this deadly virus. It is safe and effective. It can keep you from getting critically ill,” Milano concluded.
Actress Vanessa Redgrave will not appear in husband Frank Nero’s Italian crime film starring accused sex offender Kevin Spacey, despite reports to the contrary.
“Vanessa Redgrave’s name is being included in recent stories relating to the casting of the upcoming film, ‘The Man Who Drew God,’” her spokesperson commented. “While there have been discussions about the possibility of her joining the cast, she will not appear in the film.”
“Glee” actress Heather Morris said she was hesitant to speak out about show star Lea Michelle’s abhorrent on-set behavior.
“It was something that was very hush-hush on set, and now you see all these things coming out with these bigger names who were very disrespectful and mistreated a lot of people,” Morris said. “We absolutely could have stepped up and gone to the Fox execs and said how we felt about the situation, but no one did.”
Morris recalled that the actress was pregnant at the time that allegations of her “nightmare” behavior came to light. “I remember getting so much shade and people were like, ‘Why don’t you go out and say it?’ And I’m like, ‘Guys, she’s pregnant and all this stuff is going around,’” Morris recalled.
“And it’s true, I don’t know if maybe we were victims of bullying, and it’s a very victim thing to do to blame yourself, which is what people were saying, but … the only person who was honest about it was Naya [Rivera],” she commented.
Jane Seymour revealed she suffered a nasty fall on the set of her new show “Harry Wild,” which films in Ireland. “I thought I’d break the news to you all, I fell pretty badly on set about a week ago,” she said.
The former “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” star continued, “I did apparently smash my kneecap, so it’s really painful, and I’m not allowed to really move it for about two or three weeks, but you know what? I’m acting above the kneecap, and I have a wonderful double for below the kneecap!”
“Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and his wife Lauren Pesce welcomed their first child this week, a baby boy named Romeo Reign.
Prior to starting his new family, Sorrentino pleaded guilty to tax evasion in 2018, and served eight months in federal prison in 2019. The former alcohol and drug abuser has been clean and sober since 2015.