Progressives for years have tried to redefine gender from the traditional male/female dynamic and change it into 51 definitions that are only based on what a person feels. The pushback to insert their ideology at the federal government is a major blow to progressives who are hoping that this controversy fuels enough people to vote Democrat in the midterms in two weeks.
It was only five months ago that Hollywood was courting the Saudi Royal Family in Los Angeles with hopes that the Saudi government would in return shower Hollywood with billions of foreign dollars that they couldn’t make here in the United States. Well, it looks like the Hollywood-Saudi relationship is over before it even got off the ground.
Halloween actress Jaime Lee Curtis has taken some heat this week promoting her next movie which comes out next week. Outlets like Breitbart have called out her stance on guns while using guns as a big marketing tool for her new film. So Curtis decided to defend her views on guns in an interview with USA Today by stating “I fully support the Bill of Rights. And fully support the Second Amendment.”
Last Sunday, Singer Taylor Swift made headlines by coming out to condemn Tennessee Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn in her race against Democrat Phil Bredesen. While the media praised and hailed Swift as a game changer in politics, the latest polls haven’t reflected that yet, as a matter of fact, it has had the opposite effect.
According to Deadline Hollywood, James Gunn has been hired by Warner Bros and DC to write with an eye to direct direct the next installment of the Suicide Squad franchise. It’s the first job he’s taken since he parted ways with Disney, which let him go from the lucrative Guardians of the Galaxy franchise in July in the wake of old controversial tweets.
You don’t have to look very far for a recent example of political bias coming from our entertainment and media industries, with the 2018 midterms right around the corner, to super famous musicians have come out in political of their candidates but the reactions to their endorsements are radically different.
Late night television used to be something that everyone could enjoy not too long ago, however, now it has simply become an outlet for Progressive anger, hysteria, and vitriol towards anyone outside of the hive mindsets of Los Angeles and New York City. Last weekend, a writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Ariel Dumas got herself into trouble not for saying something that progressive disagree with, but for saying it out loud.