Liberals celebrate Tom Hanks as the nicest guy in Hollywood.
The left celebrated Hanks, even more, when he ridiculed Trump back in 2016. Hanks said that Donald Trump will be president “when spaceships come down filled with dinosaurs in red capes.”
He was and still is a hero for the liberals and even some conservatives call him Mr.Nice Guy.
But it seems that he does have a dark side – and there are people in the industry who don’t think he is such a ‘nice guy’.
The relatively unknown actor at the time landed his first big break in 1980 with a starring role in the sitcom Bosom Buddies. He and costar Peter Scolari played two young advertising men in the big city looking for dirt-cheap rent in the Susan B. Anthony Hotel.
But in a video that was sent to us this morning by one of our readers, we can see young Hanks exposing himself to men, women, and children on the set of Bosom Buddies.
The video was downloaded from a now-deleted Twitter profile and the reader who wished to remain anonymous said that he sent the video to almost every major news outlet and didn’t get a response anywhere.
This video shows that Tom Hanks is not what liberals think he is!
Many people remember Tom’s strong reaction to Ricky Gervais’ infamous roast of ‘woke Hollywood hypocrites’ at the Golden Globes last year.
Close-up shots of Tom with a stunned look on his face as the comedian mocked celebrities during his eight-minute speech were made into a number of hilarious memes.
As a reminder liberal darling Tom Hanks twice endorsed Barack Obama for president and spoke out against Donald Trump when a recording of then-presidential candidate’s comments about grabbing women was made public and is among the celebrities standing with the “When We All Vote” voter-registration campaign launched by former first lady Michelle Obama.
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