Sean Penn‘s going full Sean Penn on a pair of anonymous whistleblowers who say they’re a part of his nonprofit serving to in L.A.’s vaccination drive … and are getting labored to the bone.
The Oscar-winner reportedly despatched a 2,200-word inner letter to his CORE staff this week — which was leaked to the L.A. Times — and in it he unloads on them for remarks within the feedback part of a latest NYT article about Penn/CORE’s efforts at Dodger Stadium.
Penn reportedly went in on the two alleged CORE staffers who declare the work situations on the stadium are exhausting, and probably unlawful … as they allege they’re barely getting breaks and grinding via close to 24-hour shifts.
The Times says he referred to their feedback as “shameful entries” and “obscene critiques.” That was the kindest half, as a result of Penn added … “And to whoever authored these, understand that in every cell of my body is a vitriol for the way your actions reflect so harmfully upon your brothers and sisters in arms. I have taken counsel and here will refrain from using the words with which I would otherwise choose to describe the character of your actions.”
Penn might need censored his language, however you’ll be able to inform there’s a Tom Cruise-esque rant simmering within him.
He did acknowledge some CORE employees might need been working longer hours recently, saying these are unprecedented occasions that decision for additional manpower… and it was his name.
He additionally added this for any of his staff who’re “predisposed” to complaining or “whining” … “It’s called quitting. Quit for CORE. Quit for your colleagues who won’t quit. Quit for your fellow human beings who deeply recognize that this is a moment in time. A moment of service that we must all embody sometimes to the point of collapse.”
And, that was, by his personal admission, a restrained Sean Penn.