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Jim Gaffigan’s rep is that of a clean, every-dad apolitical comedian, who, by the way, is Catholic. But after watching the RNC and President Trump’s speech last night, he could take no more. The night that broke Jim Gaffigan

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Respect for @JimGaffigan. We performed comedy together. (He was a little better at it.) He is a great man and my best LinkedIn endorsement. (Seriously.) For this Jesuit-educated Hoosier to get serious for minute hate…it shows you where we’re at.

Comedian Jim Gaffigan had heard enough after Trump’s closing RNC speech. So he took to Twitter against the president he called “a con man,” urging Americans to “wake up.”

“Trump talks about the Space Program and you can’t safely go to a movie. Wake up.”

What a read: @JimGaffigan, the “clean” Catholic comedian, could just take no more of @realDonaldTrump’s Republican convention.

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The every-dad Catholic comedian went trending on Twitter as he let out a flurry of invective-filled tweets as the Republican National Convention came to a close and after Trump made a case for re-election.

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Jim Gaffigan could take it no more. The every-dad Catholic comedian who tells jokes about food, being pale and avoiding too much activity on Thursday night pivoted to politics, a realm where he seldom, if ever, goes. But this night on Twitter he let out a flurry of invective-filled tweets as the Republican National Convention came to a close and after President Donald Trump made a case, laden with falsehoods, for why he deserves four more years in the White House — itself the spot from where he spoke and which he transformed from a national symbol into a political asset. Gaffigan had heard enough. That simple tweet from a comedian with an avid following among Catholics set off a series of two dozen more over an hour that repeatedly called the president ”a liar,” ”a crook,” ”a con man” and ”RADICAL,” and called out Trump supporters, even those among his own fans, to wake up. He lashed at Trump for lying, ”constantly.” He blasted the president’s daughter Ivanka and her husband/senior adviser to the president Jared Kushner for being part of the same elite class that Trump supporters regularly revile. He accused Fox News of gaslighting and silencing Trump’s critics. He said the president has been ”incompetent” during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, has buddied up to dictators, intentionally creates enemies and drove former House Speaker Paul Ryan out of politics.”Trump talks about the Space Program and you can’t safely go to a movie. Wake up,” Gaffigan tweeted. And he dropped a few F bombs.”I don’t give a [expletive] if anyone thinks this is virtue signaling or whatever,” Gaffigan wrote. ”We need to wake up. We need to call trump [sic] the con man and thief that he is.”The online barrage fast became a trending topic on Twitter. It also caught many fans off-guard, especially those who share Gaffigan’s faith. It was the type of explosion of insults and truth-telling that many might expect from the other prominent Catholic comedian, Stephen Colbert, who has made confronting Trump and his administration a regular nightly occurrence on his late-night talk show over the past five years. The mild-mannered Gaffigan, on the other hand, has built his reputation on wholesomeness. He’s seen as ”the clean comedian,” one family can listen and laugh to together. He makes regular appearances on CBS Sunday Morning. His short-run sitcom was a big hit with Catholic audiences, and even included an appearance by New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan. And he certainly never curses, at least in his act. But not this night. Gaffigan too turned his attention to fellow Catholic and Notre Dame icon Lou Holtz, the former football coach who on night three at the convention alleged that Democratic nominee Joe Biden was ”Catholic in name only” due to his political stance on abortion.”[Expletive] Lou Holtz. Biden is Catholic in name only? Compared to who?” Gaffigan said in a tweet that also questioned whether Trump himself had paid for abortions or raped women.

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