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Andy Dick’s anti-Semitic tirade

by Brad A. Greenberg

August 18, 2011 | 4:22 pm

It’s easy to hate Andy Dick. Aside from his cameos in “Old School” and “Dude, Where’s My Car?” he’s a pretty miserable actor and a worse comedian. And in “The Hebrew Hammer,” which I was watching again last night, he kills Santa and tries to destroy Hanukkah.

But who knew that Andy Dick really was an anti-Semite and didn’t just play one on my TV? In particular, Dick attacks Howard Stern for being a “shallow, money-grubbing Jew,” via RadarOnline:

The troubled 45-year-old comic ripped the radio legend with an Anti-Semitic tirade on the Greg Fitzsimmons show earlier this week, calling Stern “a shallow, money-grubbing Jew” over a series of perceived slights.

Dick said he’s angry at Stern after the radio icon hung up on him during a call-in appearance with Charlie Sheen in March, and didn’t go to bat for him when his Sirius radio show was cancelled years back.

“For two years I did the show, never got a cent and I’m not complaining about that ... I’m just saying the Jew facts—I never got paid,” Dick said. “I have no problem with his big fat hook nose ... and his money-grubbing, miserly Jewishness.”

Dick said he and Stern used to be friends—calling Stern “a nice guy underneath all the Jewi-ness.”

Stern talks about Dick’s Jewish media conspiracy in the above video. Warning: Extra explicit language. More at The Blaze.

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