Hollywood and Hillary.

The reason for Hollywood being so adamant about Hillary being elected is now clear: Hollywood, filled with pedophiles, wanted a president that represented them and would protect them, and Hillary has protected pedophiles for decades.

The Blow Up.

In the wake of the Weinstein scandal and subsequent #MeToo movement, it has become abundantly clear that much of Hollywood has been involved in ongoing acts of sexual abuse and pedophilia over the course of decades. While there has been nothing as large as the Weinstein scandal, as yet, there have been small things over and over that have suggested Hollywood’s desire to normalize the sexualization of children while pushing away anyone who did not conform to that vision.

In late 2016, when the Clinton/Trump battle was raging in the political arena, it became clear that anyone who did not support Hillary in Hollywood was not going to be supported by Hollywood. Tim Allen, a conservative actor with decades of profitable shows under his belt had his show Last Man Standing canceled, with the reasoning that it simply wasn’t doing well in terms of ratings and profit. While this ordinarily would be a good reason, the show was in fact second only to Modern Family, a show that pushes the boundaries when it comes to promoting alternative lifestyles.

It doesn’t stop there. Lists can be found all over the Internet of conservative celebrities who have been forced to spout liberal rhetoric, support liberal causes, or have been told to stop having public conservative views in order to receive awards.

Hollywood is most certainly in a position to be in support of any Liberal candidate that might show up on the scene, and be vehemently against a conservative candidate.

Enter Hillary.

A former lawyer, former Secretary of State, and known for being the wife of someone who at the very least coerced someone into sexual favors while acting as president of the United States, Hillary would most certainly allow them to continue their lives of debauchery.

During the 2016 election, she became known for something quite different. Stories came up from multiple sources about her time as a lawyer. The stories were centered on a particular case, in which a 41-year-old man was accused of raping a 12-year-old girl.

The reality of the situation was that a female lawyer had been specifically requested to represent him during this case. In her book “Living History,” Clinton recalls that Mahlon Gibson, a Washington County prosecutor, told her that the accused rapist “wanted a woman lawyer” to defend him, and that Gibson had recommended Clinton to Judge Maupin Cummings. “I told Mahlon I really didn’t feel comfortable taking on such a client, but Mahlon gently reminded me that I couldn’t very well refuse the judge’s request.”

A Compromising Position.

While she was put into an unfair circumstance, it brings to mind the fact that it seems a number of liberal elites get themselves into situations that will compromise them. See: all of Harvey Weinstein’s victims. Even Madonna, who is often quoted as saying that losing her virginity was a career move, wanted The Enabler in office, and virtue signalled loudly to anyone who would listen, about The Donald’s Iniquities.

So, with her husband’s propensity toward taking advantage of women, coupled with her lackadaisical attitude toward being coerced into things, it stood to reason that Hollywood would stand behind her, if only as a figurehead and an enabler.

Thus, Hollywood did what it does. Celebrities came out of the woodwork, making ads or participating in them telling the American citizens that they had better vote for Hillary. One even featured Robert De Niro describing how he would like to commit an act of violence on the man running against Hillary. They needed their machine to keep working. Actors and actresses needed Hollywood to remain silent about the culture that had permeated their very lifestyle for so long.

It didn’t work.

Donald Trump being elected, and his penchant for getting emotional where children are involved, threw a wrench into a meticulously cultivated and curated system. With Donald Trump as President, suddenly victims are coming out in droves, telling stories that span decades, about the abuse that powerful people within Hollywood have exacted upon impressionable, malleable young stars. Rampant pedophilia and movie roles given in exchange for sexual favors are now on display for all of America to see.

The question that springs to mind, however, is why did all of Trump’s accusers fall silent once the election ended, while people like Juanita Broaddrick continue to fight against the Clintons openly like they did while Bill was still President?

It seems that if something actually happened, that they’d keep fighting as well.

In the mean time, Hollywood will do as it has always done: Attempt to distract us while pushing their offenders under the rug, where there will no doubt be more debauchery, protected from the light of day, waiting for the day when another enabler will come to pretend to lead the country.

 

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My Road. Or, Escape from Ism’s

I am a 35-year-old man. I have a wife, four kids, and a house. I have worked plenty of different jobs, and have done well at all of them. I have pride in myself, and a desire to bring that feeling to others.

A mere 15 years ago, I was a 20-year-old liberal. I held women on a pedestal, I believed Margaret Sanger and Gloria Steinem were heroes of modern humanity. I believed feminism was all earth needed to make it good. I believed in socialism. All of the liberal tropes, I carried proudly in my heart.

When I was shown alternative viewpoints, I would shy away from them, assured that I was right and that I didn’t need to read them or hear them. They were wrong, after all. A huge rift between my brother and I likely stemmed from that, as I would demonize him for even the slightest infraction when it came to the fairer sex, let alone an expectation that I would, maybe, act like a man!

I was a socially awkward loser. I lived at home with mom. I played video games or had “deep” discussions with my friends. I pined after women, rather than have the balls to go talk to them. I was merely a man, and they were goddesses, after all. That, or they were whores. There is no middle ground for that kind of guy, right?

I hated sports, because I hated competition. I hated the idea that there had to be a winner and a loser. You know who else hates those ideas? Losers. And I was one. Of course I didn’t want a reminder when I could just dominate a video game.

I thought individuality was paramount. I didn’t want to look like everyone else, and I used to have a ridiculous hairstyle. Maybe one day I’ll post a picture of it. If I’d had the money, I would likely have ended up with some sort of piercings or tattoos. Luckily I was too much of a loser to get a job.

I hated Republicans, and thought that they were uneducated religious zealots. I thought guns were terrifying, and ought to be erased from the landscape altogether. I believe that jobs were not simply a means to an end, that instead they were the trap you got caught in. I knew that’s how people got money, but I also knew that no matter how much my mom worked, nothing ever got better. I thought it was due to The System.

I was content, languishing in generational poverty. I was 20 and didn’t have a job yet. I had dropped out of school, because I thought my ideas were more valuable than those of the “System”. I had no money, no prospects, and no plan.

The place were I grew up was a place where people were not simply poor in their wallet. They were poor inside of their own heads. That kind of poor is different. No amount of money can fix it. Have you seen those people who win $100 million in the lottery, and it’s gone within a year? They have no investments, and they’re broke, despite having five Lamborghinis. Those, of course, eventually get taken away.

That’s what generational poverty does to a person. It makes them unable to function with money. The problem comes when people see their poor roots as a source of pride, something to cling to, rather than as something to escape from. They cling to their old ways, fearing that they will lose themselves in pursuit of a better life.

I escaped. I got my GED, and developed a healthy work ethic. I grew into the person I needed to be. I didn’t lose anything. What I gained is my true identity, and a new legacy for future generations of my family.

Aside from that, I crave opposing viewpoints. Knowing what the other side thinks allows you a bird’s-eye view of an issue. Lately, I find that most people’s views stem from selfishness. I know that view very well, as it was once mine.

It’s always going to be a hard road. Why not take the one that will bring you somewhere?

Open yourself up to opposing views, uncomfortable situations, the possibility of mockery and failure. Succeeding at laying down is not success at all.