Hollywood Actors Who Condemn Trump but Were Silent on Weinstein
Friday, October 13, 2017
BCF : Ashley Judd is the absolute worst.
want to like her, I really do. Sometimes she chooses a good cause, like
speaking up for trafficked and abused children. Those are the
activities she should stick to. Unfortunately, Judd had to go to the
"Women's March," where hundreds of thousands of women wore pink "pussy"
hats while claiming to be upset that Trump had used that word once. She
performed ridiculous slam poetry, screeching defamatory accusations
about the president wanting to have sex with his daughter and about
other terrible things about which she had no first-hand knowledge. (You
can watch the video below if you have the stomach for it.)
But at no time did she ever discuss a man who she did
know did horrific things. No "by the way, Harvey Weinstein is a dirtbag
who tried to get me to watch him shower for a part." Why didn't that
Jennifer Lawrence was recently interviewed for her epic fail of a movie, Mother,
and gave Democratic talking points like "equality for women in the
workplace," blamed Trump for hurricanes, and rattled off the same tired
Leftist arguments we've heard forever. During another interview, she
claimed that she is terrified of Trump and wanted to make a video of
herself saying "F*** you!" to him.
Lawrence claimed she felt she could be a spokesperson for women who are underpaid:
I felt like I had a voice, people look at me and listen to me, and to not say anything, that's never sat well with me.
That seems disingenuous, because she kept quiet about the creepy mogul who everyone in Hollywood appears to have known was abusing women. Why stay quiet over that?
Don't you have a responsibility to alert other women that there is a serial sexual predator in their midst? Lawrence hasn't alleged any harassment from Weinstein, although she is seen looking awkward in many photos with him while he holds her too close to his massive girth. It wouldn't surprise me if she had first-hand knowledge of his depravity.