Hollywood elites, all of whom subscribe to brain-dead leftism, just can’t seem to accept Donald Trump is the new president. This surely explains why they seem to take every opportunity possible — even those inappropriate for such displays — to let the world know they hate the man.
The latest example of these shenanigans comes to us in the form of of screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, who decided to shred Trump during his acceptance speech for a Writer’s Guild Award.
Because nothing says gratitude for winning a trophy like making a speech totally unrelated to the event at hand as a means of making yourself look politically relevant.
Hey, without hashtag activism like this, Sorkin might not get any more work, so maybe it was a smart move.
According to Breitbart:
Sorkin, who was accepting the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television Writing Achievement, said: “We’ve been told that as coastal elites we’re something less than real Americans and that we’re out of touch.“
“If you find it mind-boggling that living and working in the two largest cities in America makes you less than a real American, you are not the one who’s out of touch.”
Addressing the president’s “major investigation into voter fraud,” prompted by suspicion that millions voted illegally in the 2016 general election, Sorkin said: “If you don’t find it remotely credible that three to five million people voted illegally in our last election, you’re not the one who’s out of touch.”
“If you [don’t] think climate change is a global hoax being perpetrated by unscrupulous Chinese scientists in cahoots with every other scientist in a cunning long-con to get grant money, you’re not the one who’s out of touch,” the West Wing creator fumed.
Sorkin then went on to parrot his echo-chamber by defending the media, stating that anyone who didn’t think outlets like CNN were legit were, of course, “out of touch.”
“If you [don’t] think the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, NBC News, CBS News, ABC News and CNN lie with impunity and that the only trustworthy news source is ‘Fox & Friends,’ you’re not the one who’s out of touch.”
Just in case you feel like subjecting yourself to torture, here’s a video of his speech:
It’s high time for the adults in this country — the average, hard working men and women who have real jobs, live paycheck to paycheck, and get raked over the coals in taxes — to start putting these Hollywood nuts in their places, and the best way to do that is to stop watching the slop they put out.
I’m not saying boycott all of Hollywood or the entertainment industry. Not even close. But folks who are as vocal as Sorkin should most definitely be sent a message, and the only way he’ll receive it is if it hits him where it hurts the most.
Maybe one day these people will accept reality and just move on with life. Probably not.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]