While Allen hasn't specifically said that he's turned on Donald Trump (as studies show many people are doing right now), he did go into some startling specifics about his experiences being a conservative in Hollywood at the present time.
"Yeah, I went to the inauguration", he said defiantly.
"You've got to be real careful around here", Allen said of speaking positively of President Donald Trump in Hollywood.
"This is like '30s Germany", he added.
"You get beat up if don't believe what everybody believes", he joked.
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It's tough out there for a Republican actor, according to Tim Allen. He went on to attend Central Michigan University before transferring to Western Michigan where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communications.
Allen didn't sound so dire during the Republican primaries, when the Hollywood Reporter asked whether he vented his political views through his character.
Allen also told Kimmel that he went to Trump's inauguration, speaking glowingly of the swearing-in that a number of other celebrities boycotted.
"What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn't like Trump because he was a bully". Instead of Trump telling NeNe Leakes "you're a quitter and Star Jones kicked your ass whether you like it or not", he said those words to Big Bird. "But if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump, you got bullied", he explained. These are guys that have great material that have very bad comedy timing.