Actor and comedian Jon Lovitz went on the Sean Hannity Show Thursday night and proved that his well-known “bullsh*t” rant was no fluke: he has absolutely no problem with criticizing President Barack Obama's tactics or policies.
"What I find is [the president] is hypocritical with saying, you know, 'the 1 percent don't get us,' and he's a multi-millionaire now,” Lovitz said during his interview Hannity.
"'You know, they're not paying their fair share of taxes, now I'm going over to George Clooney's house to get money from millionaires and billionaires,'" Lovitz said, imitating President Obama, "and he collected $15 million!"
"'Wall Street are the bad guys, but now I have to go to a dinner with Wall Street people to get money for my campaign," Lovitz said, continuing his imitation of the president.
Lovitz then offered some advice for the president:
I just think he should, instead of making people victims of people who are successful, we should be telling people, "Look, you are having a hard time, I feel bad for you. Let's look at what you're doing, let's teach you how to succeed. Let's give you the tools to succeed" as opposed to turning everybody into victims, a victim mentality is what he's selling and nobody with a victim mentality will get anywhere, ever.
“They will never succeed," he added.