Former SNL Star Jane Curtain Says She Will Destroy Republican Party


It appears that Jane Curtain’s still got jokes, though I’m sure this was meant to be taken more seriously than that.

Maybe Jane Curtain, Rosie O’Donnell, Tom Arnold, and Alyssa Milano can start their own protest group. Occupy Hasbeenville or something like that. If they had been half this funny in their starring roles, they’d still be working.

Curtain, the former SNL star is the latest has-been seeking relevancy. “My New Year’s resolution is to make sure that the Republican Party dies.” She can’t even find herself a job and she is going to destroy the party? More likely she is bashing Republicans in hopes of landing a job.

Unfortunately, that won’t help. Hollywood already has too many out of work celebrities who hate Trump to the point of derangement.

From The Conservative Tribune

“My New Year’s resolution is to make sure that the Republican Party dies,” she said.

The Daily Wire noted that the 71-year-old offered no explanation for how she’d accomplish her promise — much like a politician, some would say.

Instead, she just spat out a talking point. It read like a pathetic plea for attention to some viewers.

With so much divisiveness and violence against the right already, it was an inappropriate thing to say. To anyone who values freedom of political belief, calling for the end of one of the two major political parties was a radical leftist move.

The Daily Wire wrote that this was not the first time Curtin jumped into the political fray. In 2017 she was one of 36 SNL-affiliated women who signed a letter countering sexual harassment claims made against then-Senator and former SNL actor, Al Franken.

A photo of Franken acting inappropriately was publicly released. He later apologized to the woman in question and ultimately resigned from Congress.

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