Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Aww: Matt Damon Hasn't Given Up on Weiner

It's all about fighting for the working class or something. Is there anything these degenerate Democrats can do that might give others pause as to whether they're really worth supporting? Will hero of the working class Matt Damon think twice if it's discovered Anthony Weiner was texting his junk to underage girls?

Anyway, Damon had planned to host a fundraiser later this month for the disgraced Weiner, but those plans are now on hold.

Oh well.
"It’s going to be postponed now because of all this," Damon told us at the Made in NY Awards at Gracie Mansion last night. But Damon hasn't given up on Weiner just yet. "Look, I really support his politics," he told us. "Anybody who fights for the working class and the middle class, I’ll help in any way I can."
Oddly enough, Weiner's also tight with Ben Affleck. Whodathunkit?
What an amazing coincidence!

When noted Democratic actor Ben Affleck wanted to research the role of a crooked congressman a couple of years ago, he knew right where to go: Rep. Anthony Weiner, a New York Democrat in the House.

This was in 2008, mind you.

And Affleck was preparing to play the role of Stephen Collins in "State of Play."


uncledan said...

Because if there are people we should trust when needing advice on what politicians to listen to, Hollywood stars always come to mind.

Jessie Smith said...

So...HOW does Matt Damon "fight for the working class" people?  By making movies and raking in millions?  Yeah, that helps me a LOT, Matt - gee, thanks!  Off to improve my life by watching you abuse everyone in Good Will Hunting.