Looks like more Hollywood stars are beginning to realize something’s very wrong with our society and culture.

One of them is Josh Duhamel, known for his roles in “Transformers” and “Las Vegas,” recently opened up about his decision to become a doomsday prepper.

In an interview, the actor shared that he is taking measures to ensure the safety of his family in the event of a catastrophic situation in Los Angeles.

Duhamel revealed his newfound interest in prepping, stating, “I’ve become a bit of a doomsday prepper, I guess.”

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His remarks shed light on his personal preparations and reflect a growing trend of individuals taking precautions for potential emergencies.

Duhamel told the website Inverse, “I’m learning how to hunt. I fish.” He added, “Suddenly, I had 54 acres out there. So I had two cabins, one with no electricity or water. They both have wells and electricity now, but they’re both really small.”

The star has big plans for his escape from life in California: “We shaped the land. We created trails through it. I’m actually growing crops out there.”

According to Duhamel, the transition from Hollywood life to one of self-reliance is an ongoing process: “My idea is that I want to be able to hunt a deer. I’m not a hunter by any means, but I have this crazy fixation on what happens if s**t hits the fan in LA and I have to take my family out there and live off the land.”

“It keeps my lizard brain active,” he noted. He concluded, “I’m working on those skills. I wouldn’t call myself an expert or a survivalist by any means, but I’m getting better at it.”

Duhamel told Inverse that people should “find the humor in some of the extreme wokeness out there without being mean-spirited.”

He added, “It’s a difficult line to toe because we don’t want to offend people, but we also feel like people can take themselves a little less seriously.”

In 2017, he addressed the left-wing politics that permeate Hollywood.

“I don’t necessary think it’s important to tell people how to vote. That’s one thing I don’t do. I don’t like to get involved politically at all. Nobody cares what I think politically. Anybody in entertainment who thinks people care what they think politically are really misinformed,” he told Fox News at the time.

“That’s one thing I stay away from. I stay away from politics because nobody cares what I think.”


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