“Woody Harrelson says he smoked weed to survive a ‘brutal’ dinner with Donald Trump: Woody Harrelson once got high just so he could get through an evening with Donald Trump….In a new interview with Esquire magazine, the actor describes a night in 2002 when he attended a dinner party at rump Tower…Harrelson said things quickly went downhill as Trump began dominating the conversation.Eventually, Harrelson had to escape the conversation.”It got so bad I had to go outside and burn one before returning to the monologue monopoly,” Harrelson said. “Listen, I came up through Hollywood, so I’ve seen narcissists. This guy was beyond. It blew my mind.”
Earlier this year actor and Texas native Woody Harrelson sent a letter to Texas Governor Greg Abbott asking him to ban a wild hog catch event in Bandera, claiming it violates Texas animal cruelty laws. In the letter, shared with Fox News by PETA, the Academy Award-nominated actor asks Abbott to end the 17-year event over concerns about “the cruelty that the pigs are subjected to.
“The Cuban people are among the happiest people I have ever met…. And the vast majority love Fidel Castro.” (Woody Harrelson, April, 5, 1999.)
In fact: Fidel Castro’s regime jailed and tortured political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin’s during the Great Terror and murdered more Cubans in its first three years in power than Hitler murdered Germans during its first six. In the process above Fidel Castro and Che Guevara converted a nation that formerly attracted more immigrants per-capita than the U.S. (and even from the U.S.) into a hellhole that drove TWENTY times as many desperate Cubans to die horribly attempting to escape it as East Germans died trying to flee East Germany. Castro converted a nation with a higher per-capita income than half of Europe and a huge influx of immigrants into one that repels Haitians and boasts the highest suicide rate in the hemisphere.
Above: Your humble servant patiently highlights the thoroughly-documented crimes of Woody Harrelson’s snuggle-bunny to Soledad O’Brien.
“In his books Humberto Fontova doesn’t just list all the facts, he also FOOTNOTES them. It’s well worth reading them.” (Dennis Prager.)