"Harvey will be coming out soon," an extra assured the crowd in front of City Hall on a recent Sunday. They had gathered to be in a scene in "Milk"- the movie about the life and death of Harvey Milk - in which the San Francisco supervisor delivers an impassioned speech. It was really Sean Penn, of course, who plays the martyred supervisor, who would be appearing. But, this extra explained, because he's a "method actor," he wants to be called Harvey.
A production assistant followed Penn around the front of City Hall with a large navy blue umbrella. She held it over his head to shield him from the sun. Seeing he had a captive audience, Penn broke loose of the umbrella to deliver an impromptu speech that Milk would have loved.
"I almost wish Jerry Falwell were alive to see this. Almost," Penn shouted to the crowd. After dropping some names of conservatives who are still with us - "Bill O'Reilly, who is too stupid to talk about," and "Sean Hannity, the butt boy of Rupert Murdoch," Penn said, "We know something more. We know their end is near."
What a childish prima donna. Were Penn to actually have the balls to appear on either of their shows to try to defend his moronic moonbat tendencies, O'Reilly and Hannity would eat his lunch.
Maybe he could try to explain his presidential endorsement. Behold...the brilliant mind of Sean Penn:
Now Penn just predicted the demise of O'Reilly and Hannity (and Fox News I'm sure). Actually it wasn't just a prediction. He knows.
Oh? From today's Drudgereport:
(Nice debut by another self-important airhead, David Gregory)
Anyway, since the Prophet Sean Penn says so: