Another Hollywood leftist found himself in scolding water over the weekend — and his career could be permanently sunk because of it.
Liam Neeson, star actor of the Taken series, admitted that he sought out a “black b*****d” in a race-related revenge killing… but never followed through with it.
Neeson has made waves in recent years for his heavy criticism of President Donald Trump — but in an interview with the Independent, Neeson admitted he sought to murder black men in the past.
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Neeson wanted to racially target a black man at random in revenge over rape allegations.
“…my immediate reaction was… I asked, did she know who it was? No. ‘What colour were they?’ She said it was a black person.”
And from there…
“I went up and down areas with a [nightstick], hoping I’d be approached by somebody — I’m ashamed to say that — and I did it for maybe a week, hoping some ‘black b*****d’ would come out of a pub and have a go at me about something, you know? So that I could kill him.”
This, coming from the same man who egged on anyone who has information of collusion between Donald Trump and Russia to come forth and blow the whistle.
Those comments came during a series of appearances for Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House, in which he played the character “Deep Throat,” who uncovered the Richard Nixon scandal—perhaps he spent a little too much time in-character.
On St. Patrick’s Day two years ago the Irish actor was part of #IrishStand, anti-Trump social media campaign that supported immigrants and illegal aliens from hate.
His interview Monday exposed a darker side — and if there’s one person’s hate he needs to deal with, it seems like it’s his own.
—The Horn editorial team