The “Last Man Standing” just flattened Hollywood with this one statement about President Trump 🤣

Oh boy, you know that Hollywood actor Tim Allen just sent his fellow actors in Tinsel Town into a tailspin with this one amazing observation about President Trump.

As you know, Allen, a conservative, has a very popular TV sitcom called “Lasts Man Standing that is just finishing up its final season. He also had a hugely successful sitcom eons ago called “Home Improvement.”

Not to mention, Allen is the voice of “Buzz Lightyear” in the very popular “Toy Story” movie franchise.

So, to call Tim Allen an A-lister is not an exaggeration and that’s why his latest observation about President Trump would infuriate his fellow actors so much.

So what did he say that will have Hollywood so enraged?

Well, it’s kind of ironic, actually, because Tim Allen says that he likes the way President Trump “pissed people off.”

Well, Tim can probably add himself to the “pissing people off” list now, because we all know how many TDS loons there are in Hollywood.

From Bizpacreview

Comedian Tim Allen appeared on the “WTF with Marc Maron” podcast and set social media on fire when he stated that he kind of liked that former President Trump p***ed people off.

“Last Man Standing” is in its last season on Fox. Allen is now joining forces with his former “Home Improvement” co-star Richard Karn on “Assembly Required,” which is  a competition show that builds things and will air on the History Channel.

Allen was asked whether he still thinks of himself as an “old school conservative” instead of a “right-wing wack job.”

“Once I started making money I had this silent partner that just took almost half of my money and never gave me anything for it and that was the taxes,” Allen said referring to the federal government. “I’ve never liked taxes…That’s it, I don’t like it. I work pretty hard for this stuff and I accomplished a lot and I was handicapped by my own errors. It’s all my fault, I get that. But I had this silent partner. I never liked taxes.”

Tim Allen says that he is not the type of actor that likes to get “political.”

Can you blame him?

If he did, he’d likely never work again.