The Left is at it Again.
No, Hollywood isn’t the “base of . . . American culture.” It is a part of American culture, but to say Hollywood is the foundation of American culture is outlandish. Especially so when it comes from a bunch of Hollywood has-beens.
A spokesperson for the Hollywood B-Listers: Rosie O’Donnell, Debra Messing, Ed Asner and Michael Shannon told The New York Times.
“We’re calling for a general strike that would include every single person involved in making motion pictures in Hollywood, starting with the actors and celebrities themselves and encompassing companies in charge of making props, movie memorabilia and even souvenir shops.”
The Hollywood-types should keep quiet when it comes to politics. Quit telling people how to vote and push their candidate on everyone. Quit telling people that their candidate isn’t qualified for the presidency.
You guys act. Your job consists of pretending. It isn’t a job which reflects America. You’re not a struggling single-mother, you’re not a homeless person, or someone who can’t feed their family without help from others.
Your job is to entertain us and make us forget about our problems. Not to tell us we are wrong or we don’t know anything and need them [Hollywood and political elites] to tell us how to live our lives.
When we turn the music off or the video off, when we leave the theater or movie theater we don’t want to hear from you anymore. Go away!
A group called Refuse Racism placed a full page ad in the New York Times Wednesday,
“No! In the Name of Humanity We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America!”. “Donald Trump, the President-elect, is assembling a regime of grave danger.”
In addition to this nonsense, Rosie O’Donnell suggested imposing martial law to delay Trump’s inauguration which is giving full power the highest-ranking military officer as the military governor, removing all power from the previous executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government.