George Clooney props his new race-baiting film by linking it to Trump and his angry voters

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Hollywood moonbat George Clooney is a fanboy of grifter Hillary Clinton. (Image: Bruce Bozzi/Instagram)

Like his hero Hillary Clinton, Hollywood hypocrite George Clooney loves to invoke President Trump’s name to promote his projects.

This time, Clooney used Trump to shill his race-baiting movie “Suburbicon” at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday. Not surprisingly, early reviews have been mediocre.

George directed the film, which he says was inspired by the racial division in the United States. Naturally, he blames the president for that, even though Trump has only been in office for eight months.

Meanwhile, racial tensions skyrocketed during Barack Obama‘s eight-year tenure. Like a true leftist hypocrite, Clooney said nothing back then.

“The genesis of the screenplay [came when] I was watching a lot of [Trump] speeches on the campaign trail about building fences and scapegoating minorities,” Clooney told reporters at the Venice Film Festival.

“Suburbicon,” which stars Matton Damon and Julianne Moore, was inspired by the true story of the racism a black family encountered in the 1950s when they moved into a white neighborhood in Levittown, Pennsylvania.

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Clooney claims the anger captured in his 1950s-based movie reflects the anger he sees today, for which he blames President Trump. Keep in mind that in 1950, Donald Trump was 4 years old.

“A lot of us are angry,” he said. “Angry at ourselves, angry at the way the country is going, angry at the way the world is going. It’s probably the angriest I have ever seen the country, and I lived through Watergate. There is a dark cloud hanging over our country right now.”

George Clooney is right: A lot of people are angry right now. Angry that illegal immigration costs U.S. taxpayers $113 billion a year, according to FAIR (the Federation for American Immigration Reform). We’re angry that Islamist terrorist attacks are now an accepted part of daily life across Europe, and increasingly, in the U.S.

Open-borders advocate George Clooney reportedly wants to leave terrorism-ravaged England due to ‘security’ concerns. (Image: BizPac Review screengrabs)

People are angry that Democrats continue to sow racial animus with their unrelenting focus on divisive identity politics. And they’re angry that Barack Obama doubled the national debt and enabled welfare dependency to soar during his tenure.

And do you know who else is angry? George Clooney’s neighbors in Lake Como, Italy. Why? Because thanks to pro-refugee globalists like him and his Muslim-born wife Amal Alamuddin, the upscale resort town was destroyed by a barrage of refugees.

Residents complained that their once-pristine streets were littered with trash and human waste and overrun by homeless, unemployed refugees from Muslim regions in North Africa and the Middle East.

George and Amal have vocally encouraged Europe and the United States to take in as many refugees as possible from war-torn Muslim regions in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and North Africa.

And what did they do in response? Clooney will reportedly move back to the United States, citing security concerns in terrorism-ravaged Britain.  “He doesn’t feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside,” an insider told Life & Style. “He’s determined to move his family to LA, where he feels much more secure.”

Like other celebrity hypocrites, Clooney says one thing publicly but does another privately. The actor has repeatedly trashed Trump’s calls for sovereign nations to protect their borders and properly vet refugees from known hotbeds of Muslim terrorism.

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Yet Clooney has never housed a single refugee in his many mansions, nor does he live without tall gates protecting his lavish properties. Good ole George has perfected the leftist talent for lip service and virtue-signalling.

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