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Happier Days.
Happier Days.

Scott Baio, that sad washed-up husk of a man, is talking again, but this time he isn’t talking about how he has a picture of a black guy in his wallet. Nor is he reflecting on the time he really stucked it to the liberals good by making Starbucks baristas write “Trump” on his coffee cups. No, he’s speaking of his dumb speech at the RNC, yet another performance for which he will receive no awards or acclaim.

Talking to The Hollywood Reporter, Baio has a message for dumb Americans who think he’s a loser because he’s so gay for Trump — HE DOESN’T CARE WHAT YOU THINK, and SHUT UP SO MUCH:

I don’t care. I genuinely, in my heart, do not care if I ever work again. I don’t care. I’m comfortable and I’ve got a great life, but If I don’t have a country that is recognizable to me, I’ve got nothing.

He probably can’t recognize America because all those black people are clouding his view. Anyway, we’re glad he doesn’t care if he works again, because we’re pretty sure Nobody Loves Chachi no more, and even fewer people have any desire for Charles to be In Charge of them.

The rest of the interview is a burlesque ride of wrongstupid. Like this, about how Donald Trump’s abuse of the Khan family is nothing compared to that ogre email criminal Hillary Clinton:

Well, let’s put that up against someone who should be indicted, according to James Comey, the FBI director.

James Comey did not say that. He said the exact opposite of that. It’s possible Scott Baio, on top of Bad At Acting, doesn’t know how to read.

He also gets taken in by easily disproven Donald Trump campaign ads:

Hillary Clinton just said she was going to raise taxes on the middle class and the crowd cheered.

NOPE.

Baio says Trump will win because of “the silent majority,” who are tired of “this crap”:

The world is on fire. Nothing in this country is going in the right direction. They say Trump’s temperament is bad, and my response is, “Well, let’s see. Obamacare is a disaster. Immigration is a complete mess. People are coming here illegally from Muslim countries that want to kill us, the economy’s in the toilet and 95 million people are out of work. ISIS is cutting the heads off of people but Hillary and Obama’s temperament is great, so I’m happy about that.” You need to write sarcasm next to the sentence.

Scott Baio told interviewer to note his brilliant sarcasm, because he’s not good enough at acting to convey that emotion with his words.

Baio reiterates a few times that he doesn’t care if he loses his career, for being one of those weird people who fantasizes about Donald Trump’s tiny hands on the nuke buttons:

I actually have two things I’m working on and, honest to God, people don’t believe me. I genuinely do not care. If I can get my country back to where I think it can be and my career suffers, I win.

Scott Baio will sacrifice his “career” for America. And you might think it hurts Scott Baio in his feelings when people make fun of him, but it doesn’t. YOU PROBABLY ARE THE ONE WITH FEELINGS:

[T]hese people think it bothers me. It doesn’t bother me. It’s laughable.

“HA HA HA,” he added, demonstrating a human laugh.

[I]’m from Brooklyn, and at a certain point you know who you are. […] So when I know who I am, you can’t insult me and you can’t diminish me — you can’t do anything to me because I don’t care. It just doesn’t hit me.

TAKE THAT. Keep trying to make Scott Baio sad if you want, but you’ll die trying, because Scott Baio is never sad.

And he says it’s OK that he’s all alone in Hollywood as a conservative, because he figured out why all the other actors are liberals and he is a dumbshit — it’s because he is a bad actor who, again, doesn’t experience emotions:

There are two kinds of actors, those who are very serious about their craft and they feel for the character, they feel for the downtrodden, they empathize. And then there are actors who do it for a living, like me and others, who just see it as a business. It’s not all-consuming. So the first actor deals with emotion, and that’s what Democrats deal with — emotion. […]

It’s just, “Oh, I feel so bad for the poor,” whereas a conservative actor says, “So you feel bad for the poor? Let’s fix it. Let’s get them a job.” And if you say that, you’re racist. I don’t think liberals want to fix anything; they just want to keep throwing money at problems. And I think that’s the difference. Like Leo DiCaprio and them guys, they’re all emotional about the Earth. Global warming is a bunch of BS, and he’s like, “Oh, the Earth and the polar bears.” I’m like, “They’re fine, man.”

Scott Baio doesn’t go in for faggy Leonardo DiCaprio bullshit like “polar bears” or “emotions,” and he definitely doesn’t waste his time trying to be a serious actor. PFFFFFFT, Leo DiCaprio with his “Oscar” and and the way people “respect” him. Scott Baio would rather cash in his “Happy Days” residuals checks like a common welfare queen, we guess.

Oh, and he sees a DOUBLE LIBERAL STANDARD, because what about all those Demon-crat celebrities who talk about their opinions, like Bruce Springsteen? Are they working on two things right now, like Scott Baio is? Probably not, because Scott Baio hasn’t heard about it.

Springsteen, of course, has a record and an autobiography coming out in September, which by our count is “two things,” but don’t tell Scott Baio that, he can’t hear you, LALALALALALALALALALA.

[The Hollywood Reporter]

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