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Tim Allen compares liberals in Hollywood with the Nazi in 1930's Germany

By Menahem Zen / 2017.03.20
Tim Allen attends the 23rd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Oscar Viewing Party on Feb. 22, 2015 in West Hollywood, California.

Tim Allen, the renown comedian and actor compared the current Hollywood liberals to condition for conservative is similar to live in Germany under Nazi during the 1930's. He made a remark during his appearance in "Jimmy Kimmel's Live."

Allen said that he went to President Trump inauguration and it was hard for him to deal with the liberals in Hollywood. As a Republican, he said the he was like living in Germany under the Nazi in the 1930's.

“You get beat up if don’t believe what everybody believes," Allen said as quoted by The Independent. "This is like ’30s Germany. I don’t know what happened, if you’re not part of the group."

He said that Hollywood liberals dislike President Trump because they consider him as a bully. However, he said that many conservatives in the entertainment industry were bullied by the liberals because of their support for President Trump. He found this condition as hypocritical.

The "Home Improvement" host made an illustration that if the government made a drive by with a gray sedan and taking picture of the house, people would demonstrate and made a riot and took the matter to Washington. However, if the car that did the same is a white car with emoji and Google, people will wave and welcome it.

Kimmel then asked the Buzz Lightyear's voice in "Toy Story" regarding his inauguration attendance. Allen said that he was invited as VIP guest, according to Deadline. Kimmel then laughed and saying that he didn't attack Allen.

Allen has been outspoken about his political stance as conservative and Republican. While many conservative actors have tried to conceal their political belief because the Hollywood liberals are unable to tolerate the difference of opinions. Watch the Allen conversation with Kimmel regarding his attendance to the President Trump inauguration below:

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