Actor Dean Cain slammed his Hollywood colleagues for their “completely political” video attacking Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh while supporting his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
The actor and producer was almost speechless in an appearance on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Friday, shaking his head after viewing the video featuring left-wing Hollywood actresses demanding Kavanaugh not be confirmed.
“Sexual assault – I feel for any victim, male or female,” Cain told Fox News host Tucker Carlson.“But that is just completely political.”
“Where is the video for Karen Monahan, you know, Keith Ellison’s accuser? Where is the full-length movie for the Bill Clinton accusers? It just doesn’t exist,” the 52-year-old who starred in the TV series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” asked.
Rep. Ellison’s former girlfriend, Karen Monahan, accused him of having been emotionally and physically abusive during their relationship that ended in 2016. Ellison has not only denied the allegations, in a post-primary debate on Friday he attempted to discredit both Monahan and Amy Alexander, another former girlfriend who has alleged violent behavior from the Democrat now running to be Minnesota’s next attorney general.
“It’s completely political,” Cain continued telling Carlson, slamming the Hollywood video which features actresses such as Julianne Moore, America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn and Eva Longoria telling Ford they believe her claim that a drunken Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a party while the two were in high school nearly four decades ago.
Never mind that Kavanaugh and the other “boys” Ford accused have all denied the allegations, but Hollywood liberals choose to stand by the claims of one woman who cannot remember some other important details in her story.
“That’s kind of tragic because sexual assault is a very serious, very serious thing,” Cain told Carlson. “And it kind of cheapens it because they are doing this specifically for political reasons.”
Cain noted the well-known hypocrisy in Hollywood, detailing the challenges he faced funding and distributing his new movie, “Gosnell: America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” which is based on former abortion provider Dr. Kermit Gosnell who was convicted of murdering three infants born alive during attempted abortions.
“We had to raise the money on Indiegogo because nobody would pay for it. We did that and we made the film,” Cain explained about the film which comes out October 12. “And nobody would put it out there. Nobody would distribute it.”
“So we finally found distribution. So two years ago we finished the film, now we can tell the story,” he added. “And it’s because it deals with abortion. We couldn’t even buy the ad time on NPR because we called him an abortion doctor. We had to call him just a doctor.”