Liz Cheney Fires Back at Christian Bale for 'Satan' Comment

Liz Cheney Fires Back at Christian Bale for 'Satan' Comment

Liz Cheney Fires Back at Christian Bale for 'Satan' Comment

Bale, 44, plays Cheney in the political satire Vice, and during his acceptance speech, he made a jab at the politician.

The actor started by thanking his wife Sibi Blazic and then also thanking his "beautiful children, Burrito and Banana". "What do think, Mitch McConnell next?" Their actual names are Emmeline and Joseph-phew.

He said: "Thank you to my attractive wife, who told me, 'Less is more'".

The actor added jokingly that he was cornering the market on "charisma-free assholes, " and could perhaps take on the role of Mitch McConnell next.

In a moment that will surely elicit backlash, Bale thanked Satan for giving him inspiration to play the former Vice President.

After The Satantic Temple took offense to certain iconography in Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Church of Satan strove to make it clear that they were totally cool with it and not involved with the controversy in any way.

"BREAKING: Attorneys for Satan have filed for defamation lawsuit against actor Christian Bale", tweeted Col. Morris Davis, who led military prosecutions at Guantanamo Bay from 2005 to 2007. At the time of his arrest on July 23, 2008, Bale spent several hours at a Belgravia police station before being released on police bail.

Meanwhile, the Church of Satan is celebrating the shoutout, and declared his Batman the best in Hollywood history. Bale won on talent and skill, so his shout-out was "fitting".

"Satan probably inspired him to do this, too", she captioned a report detailing the allegations that were brought against Bale by his mother and sister following an incident at a London Hotel.

Christian Bale made it clear how he feels about former US vice president Dick Cheney while accepting the Golden Globe for Vice.

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