Alec Baldwin Deletes Twitter Account

( TV actor and “comedian” Alec Baldwin abandoned Twitter and deleted his entire account after mocking legendary actress Gillian Anderson for “switching accents,” seemingly missing the irony over his wife pretending to be Spanish for years.

Baldwin published a video on Instagram describing his reasons for leaving the social media platform, claiming that people didn’t understand the irony behind his comments about Anderson.

“Of course you can’t do any irony on Twitter, you can’t do irony in the United States anymore because the United States is such an uptight, stressed-out place and such an unpleasant place right now,” said that man who spent the last four years demonizing and smearing half of the U.S. population for voting for President Donald Trump.

Baldwin’s original comment came after Anderson won a Golden Globe award for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the Netflix series “The Crown.” Anderson not only had to adopt a regional British accent but expertly portrayed Thatcher’s famously deep voice.

TV actor Baldwin comments, “Switching accents? That sounds…fascinating.”

Oh, the irony.

Alec Baldwin’s wife, Hillary Baldwin, was recently exposed for pretending to be Spanish. His wife spent years occasionally speaking in a Spanish accent and even asking that people call her Hilaria.

But it came out that “Hilaria” was actually born in Boston, Massachusetts, and spent most of her life in the United States.

Her bizarre lie was only revealed this year when Hillary appeared on a morning television show and pretended she didn’t know the English word for cucumber.

No, really. Take a look.

When listing a number of vegetables she was cooking with on the show, she pointed at a cucumber and said, “how do you say in English?”

And while she said it, she forgot to change her perfectly American accent.

Baldwin also retweeted a story from CNN about how people were confused about Anderson’s accent, which sounds somewhat English in real life, too.

The difference? Anderson grew up in England, despite being born in America, living there until the age of 11. Anderson once again lives in England again now, meaning that unlike “Hilaria” Baldwin, there’s a reason she would sound English.