American Pie actor Jason Biggs has deleted the controversial tweets attacking the wives of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan by making sexual comments about them and their bodies. However, Biggs has yet to issue any apology for the comments.
On Wednesday, Biggs sent out two very crude sexually-suggestive tweets attacking pro-life vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan and his wife Janna. While Republicans are accused of a so-called War on Women because of their pro-life positions, liberal actors like Biggs actually engage in one.
Following massive outrage and criticism on Twitter, Biggs has switched his target to Anny Romeny in a vulgar tweet also referring to her sexually.
“How dare you ignore Ann Romney’s a——. Ur un-American,” one tweeter responded to his earlier tweets. Biggs replied, “Sorry ur right. I bet hers is un-bleached and hairy.”
Biggs followed up the comment with an attack on Christians and Republicans following the Clin Eastwood comic routine at the GOP convention: “Clint Eastwood talking to a non-responsive stool sorta sums up Christianity in a nutshell, huh Republicans? #RNC”
After that Biggs, went after Janna Ryan once more in a vulgar tweet quoting his wife, saying, “People are cheering off screen because Janna Ryan is showing her tits! #RNC”
Conservatives on Twitter responding to the Tweets are contacting Nickelodeon to have the station fire Biggs from his next project. The actor currently has an upcoming projecting doing the voice-over for Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” reboot, which is set to premiere at the end of September. However, people outraged about Bigg’s comments are calling on Nickelodeon to cancel his performance.
Despite the complaints, Nickelodeon appears to be promoting Biggs further. Twitchy reports that The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles twitter “@TMNTMaster”, an official show account marketed to and targeted at children, tweeted out links to Bigg’s account.
“Nickelodeon is actively promoting the Twitter feed of actor Jason Biggs. Kids who follow Nickelodeon’s @TMNTMaster — an account that boasts nearly 2,400 followers,” it said. “Women’s rights groups such as the National Organization of Women, have yet to speak out, but concerned parents and others are calling on Nickelodeon’s advertisers to disassociate themselves from Biggs and his foul, hate-filled tweets.”
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