Comedian Tim Allen said being a Republican in Hollywood can be hard because the majority of people in show business tend to be staunchly liberal.
The "Last Man Standing" star likened the current atmosphere in Hollywood to that of Germany in the 1930s during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday. I go, "Well, I might have a problem with that".
You gotta be real careful around here!
"This is like '30s Germany", he said.
'I don't know what happened. "You get beat up if you don't believe what everybody else believes".
The late-night comedian agreed with the rest of America that the some of the budget cuts that Trump proposed is a little absurd. He went on to attend Central Michigan University before transferring to Western Michigan where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communications.
Allen has also previously spoken out against how he believes Hollywood treats conservatives. While those in the hills of Hollywood continue to use award speeches to eviscerate the president, Trump supporters continue to accuse tinsel town actors of being out of touch. He visited The Kelly File previous year, where he called it "hypocritical" that Hollywood didn't like Trump because he is a bully. In a January 2016 interview with the Hollywood Reporter, he praised Donald Trump as someone "who might be able to do the stuff that really needs fixing". But if you had any inkling that you were for Trump, you got bullied for doing that.
"Before he gets rid of 'Sesame Street, ' I think we should make the president watch it a couple of times", Kimmel said. "I don't want to defend the guy", he said. After the election, on Fox News, Allen compared Trump to an amateur performer with "very bad comic timing".