The rejection of Hollywood elites is long overdue

Donald Trump’s victory is a brutal rejection of the worldview and value systems of the Hollywood elites, the snowflakes and the late-night TV hosts.

Fame and notoriety are not substitutes for logic and reason. Meanwhile we are still waiting for the two dozen or so progressive celebs who vowed to leave the U.S., to pack their bags. Millions of normal Americans will volunteer to drive them to the airport. But, even when the celebs made their vow, everyone thought they were lying anyway. So, it looks like America will be stuck with them and their empty promises.

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Hollywood is a diseased town, full of sick people. These are creatures whose careers live or die based on exposing their antics to the world’s media, setting the stage for some of the worst displays imaginable of poor judgment and bad taste. They might qualify as the most insecure people on the globe.

With difficulty, we watch the Hollywood culture spew out its narcissism and detestable personal behavior. It’s hard not to be revolted. These people ignore the truth, deifying the likes of the ruthless killer Che Guevara and the rapist Roman Polanski. Apparently, raping and killing isn’t enough to earn rejection by Hollywood’s supreme beings. Tinseltown’s leftists consider themselves in the culture-shaping business, yet they have played a starring role in the breakdown of the American family and in the growth of violence. Take a gander at Academy Awards ceremonies, and you’ll get a wake-up call about where America’s entertainers are trying to push us as a nation.

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Some of the scuzzier Tinseltown denizens consider themselves sensitive “great artists”, whose celebrity entitles them to privileged behavior and special treatment when they stray from decency. Isolated from the sane world while they act like spoiled children, they expect the public to excuse their bad behavior.

Author Cal Thomas once said about Hollywood, “Celebrity, not character and worthy accomplishment, is now considered the highest goal”. It’s amazing how these people justify violence, gore and perversion by calling it screen art. Remember, this is the group that picked “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp” as Best Movie Song of the Year.

It boils down to this: the entertainment elites are out of their league, spouting off about complicated matters like the roots of terrorism, or national security. Opinions are like brains. Everybody has one, but some brains are muddled. Why take seriously any knee-jerk leftist views from addled showbiz empty suits?

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Time for Hollywood to zip it and go back to the actors’ work of pretending to be someone they’re not. Average Americans don’t care what some self-important actress thinks about a politician. While entertainers are entitled to their opinions, conservative Americans are entitled to question whether actors and musicians are qualified to render valid political lectures. Besides themselves, who are entertainers kidding?

celebs-hamiltonWell now, according to the Hollywood elites, the Trump election has brought us to the end of days. Their freak-outs, wailing and cry-fests are amusing to most people who live a sane existence in our republic. One can only wonder at the insulated, fantasy world these people live in. Because their worldview is acutely unrealistic, their judgment becomes so badly skewed that when their little world bubble gets popped, they react with horror and tears. That’s what happens to people who “feel” rather than think.

Thankfully, the Hollywood-ites did not determine who the next president will be. Nearly all stood with Clinton, while most of America decided they didn’t want dishonesty and corruption back in the White House.

Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of BizPac Review.

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John R. Smith

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