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‘Biden was on 60 minutes… He asked how long the show was’: Toy Story Star Tim Allen Trolls Chairman Joe Biden, Gets Blasted Online

Joe Biden and Tim Allen

Tim Allen, a conservative actor, has come under fire for a joke he made on President Joe Biden on Monday. Some people on social media were angered by the joke, while others claimed the Home improvement star needed to focus on his comedic material.

Allen’s joke was about the president’s appearance on the long-running CBS show 60 Minutes on Sunday, during which Biden celebrated the end of the COVID-19 pandemic and hinted he might not. stand for re-election in 2024.

Joe Biden on 60 Minutes

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The flurry of comments on Tim Allen’s tweet

Tim Allen, who considers himself a member of the relatively small “Conservative Hollywood” club, seems to anticipate such an appearance. The next day, he posted a new joke on Twitter.

“Biden was on 60 Minutes,” Allen tweeted. “I heard he asked how long the show was.” The internet is collectively groaning. Allen’s post instantly went viral, thanks in large part to his detractors.

Tim Allen

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Tim Allen may have to face the consequences

Some Twitter users pointed out that Republican President Donald Trump once rushed into a 60 Minutes interview, with some accounts claiming he “assaulted” all. Others accused Allen of being “disrespectful” to the current president.

“And that, children, is why Tim Allen is no longer the voice of Buzz Lightyear”, someone else wrote in a tweet. “He is completely Scott Baio. Or is it Kevin Sorbo? Meh, what’s the difference.

Many conservatives and Allen fans were outraged in June when Captain America Actor Chris Evans starred as Buzz Lightyear in the character’s latest origin film. Everybody loves Raymond actress Patricia Heaton clapped Light year directors and claimed to have “castrated” the role by not casting Allen.

Buzz, Pixar’s Lightyear character

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Despite the barrage of criticism directed at Allen, several Twitter users came out in support. Former Virginia Republican House candidate Aliscia Andrews remarked in a comment that he would always be her “Favorite Comedian” adding a laughing emoji.

Source: Newsweek

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