Actress Goes On Heinous Anti-Law Enforcement Rant, Gets Fired

Actress Goes On Heinous Anti-Law Enforcement Rant, Gets Fired

Actress Goes On Heinous Anti-Law Enforcement Rant, Gets Fired

From New York City comes a story about an actress by the name of Jacqueline Guzman. Don’t know who she is? Well, neither did I. But, now we know who she is thanks to TikTok.

Yesterday, a video rant from the actress surfaced. Apparently, Guzman was quite perturbed that city streets were shut down for the funeral procession to honor fallen NYPD Officer, Jason Rivera. Take a gander at this heaping pile of trash. Keep in mind, her mouth is not safe for work nor little ones. We should wash it out with soap at once. Quick, grab the hand sanitizer…

It’s my guess that this (bad) actress was not acting. This (bad) actress was probably trying to score points with her woke mafia to gain publicity. She’s heard it’s cool for entertainers and athletes to be anti law-enforcement these days. Hell, look at Colin Kaepernick and the stellar platform he has gained for being a cop-hating piece of human excrement. Sure, Jackie, it could happen for you, too.

Except, Jacqueline Guzman got fired. Jacqueline, whose handle on Twitter is @vinylboobs, was let go from her film production company after the above video surfaced. Seems Ms. Vinylboobs canceled her Twitter handle. First lesson, young actress…can’t take the heat, stay out of the damn kitchen! Guzman’s theatre company, Face to Face Films, and Indie company out of New York City, has since taken her bio off their website and issued an apology on their Facebook page:

Face to Face Films has just been made aware of an insensitive video involving one of our members, Jacqueline Guzman.

Face to Face Films does not support nor can condone these comments made about fallen Officer Rivera. As a result, she is no longer a member of our company.”-Face to Face Films

They threw her out like yesterday’s trash. Lesson number two, Ms. Vinyboobs-as an actress, you are completely dispensable.
Probably a good lesson learned at a young age and not when you’re washed-up and your handle is @saggyboobs. Let’s break down Ms. Guzman’s comments for the record. Guzman, completely masked in her mask, outside, mind you-was going off because 5th Avenue was shut down. Oh, the horror!

We do not need to shut down most of Lower Manhattan because one cop died for probably doing his job incorrectly. They kill people who are under 22 every single day for no good reason and we don’t shut down the city for them.”-Jacqueline Guzman

Mmmm, hmmm. Taken straight out of the BLM playbook. Do, go on, Ms. Guzman.

Like this is f–king ridiculous. This is f–king ridiculous. What if somebody is having a heart attack in this area. Nobody can get to them because it’s all blocked off for one f–king cop.”-Jacqueline Guzman

More proof that you should probably not take medical advice, or any scientific advice for that matter, from an actress. What if somebody was having a heart attack in the area? Really?! Did this dumb bunny really say this? Why, yes, she did! One would think her mask over her big mouth was a blindfold. Apparently, she did not see the ambulance and the fire engines directly behind her as she went off on her unhinged rant.

And, in typical New York fashion, New Yorkers ripped her a (rightly deserved) new one:

Personally, I say we put all like-minded folks like “actress” Jacqueline Guzman in a Seattle-like CHAZ/CHOP situation and leave them to their own devices. Block off the city streets so they can create “art” with chalk drawings and live communally-sharing food and resources while they are all jobless. They don’t need First Responders. They can help one another if “someone has a heart attack”.

Let’s see if she dares exit her apartment, then.

Meanwhile, Jason Rivera, who was only 22, leaves behind a widow, (a sweetheart since grade school) and a loving family. Jason Rivera knew he wanted to be a cop at a very young age. He was a respected partner, friend, son and brother. Rivera and his partner, Wilbert Mora, 27 were gunned down after responding to a call in Harlem.

This has always been a city of light, and Officer Jason Rivera was one of its brightest. This is a job he always wanted to do.”-Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell

Rivera’s light shone brightly for the City of New York. As for dim-bulb actress, Jacqueline Guzman? I hope a camera never illuminates her ugly soul again. Too harsh? Didn’t think so.

Photo Credit: Joi Ito, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

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