Tim Allen is a rare breed of celebrity – someone who is prepared to call out the ‘tolerance’ preaching left on their own rampant intolerance.
During an appearance on Megyn Kelly’s show last night, the Home Improvement star made a perceptive observation about Hollywood’s obsession with Trump. He was responding to leftist comedians mocking soon to be First Lady Melania Trump.
“What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully, but if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump you got bullied for doing that,” said Allen, adding that such behavior was “hypocritical”.
Allen also questioned how left-wing comedians could make jokes based on Trump’s supposed dislike for homosexuals, when there was no evidence that he was against gay people.
“Didn’t he wave the flag at the at the convention, the LGBT flag?….a close association to him, I don’t see it,” said Allen.
The actor said that Hollywood was playing a version of chinese whispers, where something Trump said ends up being completely misconstrued.
As we have previously discussed, Hollywood is a place where diversity is celebrated….apart from diversity of opinion.
Conservatives in Hollywood are so heavily discriminated against that they are forced to go underground and even have secret meetings. Not identifying as a liberal in the movie industry is a potential career killer.
“In LA, there is a secret, underground group of showbiz conservatives,” Victoria Jackson, a former Saturday Night Live cast member, told the Huffington Post. “It started with two people in 2000. I was at the fifth or tenth meeting, and now there are over 2,000 people. The only ones out of the closet are Jon Voight and Pat Boone. There are famous people in there, but they don’t want to lose their career — and conservatives are blacklisted.”
The inherent bias against anyone who dares to deviate from the Democrat orthodoxy virtually ended the career of James Woods, who in 2013 said he never expected to work again as a result of his vocal criticism of Barack Obama.