‘The Boys’ Star Jack Quaid Says ‘F**k Donald Trump’ After Left-Wing Media Attack His Dad Dennis Quaid


The younger Quaid launched his profane tirade against President Trump late Saturday. “Hey it’s 11:24pm on a Saturday and I just thought this would be a good time to say: Fuck Donald Trump.”

He followed up a few minutes later when he was asked when it would not be a good time to say that. “Never. Fuck Donald Trump. See? Never gets old,” he replied

The third time was a charm for Quaid, who followed up with another profane tweet in the early hours of Sunday.

His father, Dennis Quaid, is facing a left-wing media swarm over a recent interview he conducted with Dr. Fauci for a public service announcement. Politico cited anonymous sources in a story Friday claiming that senior Trump administration officials have recorded interviews between celebrities, including Dennis Quaid, and health officials as part of an ad campaign “pushing an optimistic line” about Trump’s handling of the coronavirus.

The magazine claimed that the campaign used $300 million that was originally earmarked for the Centers for Disease Control. The story was picked up by other publications and quickly went viral, causing Dennis Quaid to trend on Twitter.

But Dennis Quaid denied the report and has slammed the “cancel culture media.”

“I have to say right now I am feeling some outrage and a lot of disappointment about a PSA and interview that I did with Dr. Anthony Fauci a few weeks ago,” he said on Instagram. “It is being used by the cancel culture media that I was doing a campaign ad and endorsement of Donald Trump and that I was paid handsomely for this by diverted CDC funds. Nothing could be further from the truth.”

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The Innerspace star said he was “not paid one penny” for doing the interview and neither was Dr. Fauci. He also said the interview was apolitical in nature. “I am really disappointed that some people who call themselves legitimate reporters don’t do their homework,” he said.

The media’s attack on Dennis Quaid may have stemmed from the actor’s comments earlier this year in which he complimented President Trump for his response to the pandemic.

“I think Trump, no matter what anybody thinks of him, is doing a good job at trying to get these states — and all of the American people — what they need, and also trying to hold our economy together and be prepared for when this is all over,” Dennis Quaid said in April.

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