Firefly Actor Adam Baldwin Tweets Racist Comment, Compares Gay Marriage To Incest

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Adam Baldwin best known for his work on Joss Whedon’s Firefly, and CBS’s fanboy/geek show Chuck is becoming an out of controlstark-raving mad homophobe and racist  on Twitter.

Baldwin who “protects” his Tweets *cough* coward *cough* has ignited a firestorm recently when some of his tweets including one that talks about rape and is both racist and misogynist, and another more recent one that insinuates that same-sex marriage is on with incest and fraud were screenshot and are now spreading across the internet like wildfire.

What’s wrong, now, with a father marrying his son for love & to avoid tax penalties?

— Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) February 21, 2014


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13 thoughts on “Firefly Actor Adam Baldwin Tweets Racist Comment, Compares Gay Marriage To Incest

  1. wow, someone doesn’t want to work with Joss anymore.
    good luck, i’ve looked at his wiki page.

    good luck with bits on Law and Order, and everyone’s
    least fave….csi. so many careers launched on these
    shows, and so many careers wounded from douchey
    comments. ps, shitty way to try to launch a career.
    you truly only had the gays, now you’re gonna diss
    us? bubye!

    used to like you, now you’re shit.
    see you at walmart,

    1. Agreed with most, but no, Eric Dane has us gays. Baldwin doesn’t even come close. He comes off as standoffish and kind of stuck up.

  2. Its not racist, its pointing out that saying all men are potential rapists until taught otherwise is the same thing as saying that all black people are potential thieves until proved otherwise. Both of those are incorrect, it’s almost as if you’re looking to get offended here.

  3. Adam Baldwin has expressed some wrong-side-of-history statements but truthfully this tweet isn’t somehow more racist than the accusation you’re making. He said that it’s wrong to blame an entire facet of society for a crime that is neither exclusive to that group or behavior engaged by any significant number of them. It would be hard to make a more solid criticism of bigotry.

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