Actor Alec Baldwin made another strike against abolition culture as he compared Friday to a devastating “wildfire” in a tweet.
“Abolishing a culture is like a wildfire that needs constant fuel. Work impartial. No bias. No code. Just break. Who deserve and not deserve the same, “wrote a 63-year-old man.
The fiery message came a day after he took it to social media, with apparently some light criticism of his wife’s inconsistent inheritance account coverage.
Hilaria Baldwin, 37, came under fire in December to play her Spanish legacy when it was revealed that the yogi used a fluctuating accent and grew up as Hillary in Massachusetts.
“There doesn̵7;t seem to be a policy not to tolerate bad behavior anywhere except in the most important case: the US Congress,” Alex wrote on Thursday.
In March, the “30 Rock” star posted a 14-minute rant about the cancellation of the culture on Instagram, according to The Daily Mail.
Baldwin reportedly attacked keyboard critics who rushed to “dismiss” the famous man on the brink of unproven sexual misconduct allegations.
“I have a few people who come to me to protect people accused of crimes… I am not protecting people guilty of certain things. I choose to protect people who are not proven to be guilty of certain things. ”
Baldwin appears to be referring to Woody Allen and Governor Cuomo, according to reports.
In a follow-up post, the fiery comedian tries to clarify his ambiguous remarks.
“I think my last message was taking too long. What I’m saying is, I think the cancellation culture is about to run out. There are people who deserve to be punished for what they have done. But not everyone should be punished in the same way, ”Baldwin said as he looked into the camera in a dimly lit room.