Sean Penn recently penned a scathing 2,000-word email to his staff after complaints surfaced online regarding working conditions at a local vaccination site.
And Sean Penn was seen on Saturday for the first time since reports of that communiqué broke earlier this month.
The two-time Academy Award-winning actor, 60, wore a black bomber jacket over a dark blue T-shirt whilst shopping at a furniture store in Malibu, California.
Penn who recently has no movie project to brag about become more famous for his anti-Trump stance.
Couple a months ago Penn said he thinks 18- to 20-year-olds will start, and have already begun, a revolution in this country, declaring, “I don’t think there’s a chance in hell that Donald Trump is going to win the presidency next time and that’s because I’m getting a sense that it’s going be an exponential jump in young people who are going to say, ‘No thanks.'”
Elsewhere in the conversation, Penn, who described himself as “fueled by rage,” talked about taking a step back from acting and how writing fiction has become his primary passion.
“If there’s a director with a great script, who I love the director and its great material and they want to pay me and it shoots somewhere I want to be, I’m great for two days of work. I can still enjoy acting in that situation,” he teased. “There’s nothing I want to do more than just keep writing.”
But it seems that the actor who is past his prime time made a huge blunder with his recent comments.
He received a huge backlash because he is currently trending on Twitter with the Vatican for his lack of knowledge for his religion and for comparing Trump with the “Satin.”
The evangelicals are Protestant, the Vatican is the seat of the Catholic Church, and the “Satin” is the “Satan”
For one thing Sean Penn, we don’t give an account to the Vatican, we believe what the word of God says, not people. Nikki Haley doesn’t speak for us all. And we all don’t go to sex parties. I’d say that goes on a lot in Hollywood. If you know what I mean.
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