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Scott Baio – Yeah, THAT Scott Baio – Has 4 Words for Cry-Baby Dems: [VIDEO]


We’ve always known that Joanie loves Chachi – but now EVERYBODY loves Scott Baio for reluctantly going on Fox News’ Justice With Judge Jeanine and letting these cry-baby, diaper-pin wearing losers hear four simple words that sums it up nicely:

“We won, you lost.”

Thank-you, Chachi.. I mean, Scott.

Baio blasted angry supporters of Hillary Clinton for their relentless physical and verbal attacks on those who backed President-elect Donald Trump.

“We won, you lost. Grow the blank up,” he told the Judge – but I had no idea how much Baio had going on in his life that he would take time out to make this point. Watch the video – it’s heartwrenching:

This story is wild, but typical of “tolerant” leftists in Hollywood and the Democrat Party, isn’t it? Baio is assaulted by this nobody – Nancy Mack – the wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, over his support of Trump during a Christmas party at his 9-year-old daughter’s school.

What is she, some groupie who got lucky? She certainly doesn’t know how to act around children, I’m surprised Smith puts up with her. Of course, maybe he’s a child as well? Mack allegedly attacked Baio by grabbing him under his arms and shaking and pushing him. According to the police report, Baio told her to quiet down because kids were present, but she was undeterred, repeatedly screaming, “Grab ’em by the p—-” in reference to a 2005 tape of Trump making lewd comments.

Baio admitted to host Jeanine Pirro that he was hesitant to speak out about the incident, but said he felt compelled to do so because it’s time for Trump opponents to put their “sense of entitlement” aside and accept that he will be the president.

“I don’t need to be here tonight, nor do I want to be. I’ve got a lot going on — my mom died 10 days ago, three days before this event happened at my kid’s school. I’ve got a young boy, family member, 6 years old, he’s got a very aggressive leukemia. I’ve got a lot going on, so I don’t need this.” Baio said. “But I felt like I should come on because this has got to stop.”

According to Western Journalism, When asked why he believed he was assaulted for publicly supporting Trump, Baio argued that a “sense of entitlement” is inherit in liberalism.

“I think that the core belief of liberals in this country is some sense of entitlement, that they’re entitled to power. I don’t know what they base it on. I think maybe because they all watch their own news and becomes this very sort of vicious cycle, where they believe their own press.”

“For a lot of these people there is a sense of entitlement and I don’t know where it comes from but the American people are now seeing what’s going on. I mean you look at that poor man that voted for Trump that was pulled out his car beaten up,” he said in conclusion. “I hope Trump, when he gets in there, that he shuts all of this down, by allowing the police to do their job.”

Hey good for you Chachi – we’ll always love you. What the hell happened to Joanie, by the way? Just askin’..

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Baron Von Kowenhoven

Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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