Hollywood Fascists Fully Endorse Violence: Don’t Believe Any Denials [WATCH!]

As Hollywood fascists encourage punching bullies and Nazis, they are encouraging the riots and violence against middle America.

If Hollywood fascists have their way, there will be more attacks on persons and property, like at Berkeley.

Here’s the recent award show for the Screen Actors Guild Awards when the show “Stranger Things” was declared best TV drama.

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I had to listen to it three times before I was certain that he was NOT explicitly endorsing punching someone in the face. He was referring to the character he plays, Police Chief Hopper. If pressed, he can always claim that on-screen violence should encourage social justice activism of a “non-violent” sort.

There is no doubt that this cabal of Hollywood fascists were aiming at Donald Trump voters at this event:

So much cheering to condemn red-state America of the worst possible motives!

How many anti-Trump listeners heard a call to assault Trump supporters? My guess is the vast majority.

Remember, these words were spoken against Donald Trump in the context of over a year-long series of government-allowed violence against Trump.

At a San Jose rally:

At a Chicago rally:

Here’s a typical leftist smear campaign predicting violence from Trump supporters after he won the election:

But this is what happed after the election:


Shortly before the inauguration (click the links to see the video):



On a related topic: Here is a recent Headline: “12,000 tweets about assassinating Trump.”

In the 12 days since Donald Trump took the oath of office, a steady stream of social media posts have called for the new president’s assassination.

The posts are pretty basic and many are jokes or sarcastic or hyperbolic — but there are a lot of them. In a Dataminr search of Twitter posts since Inauguration Day containing the phrase “assassinate Trump” more than 12,000 tweets came up.

The U.S. Secret Service, however, or even Twitter and Facebook themselves, doesn’t seem to be jumping onto many of these posts. When we asked several users about their recent “assassinate Trump” posts, all of them said they hadn’t been contacted by anyone about their post and they all remain up. 

There’s much more that could be said about the climate of violence that the Left has created to campaign against Trump supporters. In that context, actor David Harbour used the violence inflicted by his character in a TV show as some kind of model for dealing with the Trump presidency!

Three days later: the Berkeley riots:

An additional horror is that Chief Hopper is a hero who saves Middle Americans from a Federal-level corporate conspiracy. The entire show was made to appeal to populists. It traded on American nostalgia. The violence was used on behalf of a local town to defend its residents from outside evil. Hollywood fascists are able to hide their feelings and make money off Trump voters.

But they have more in common with the brutal government killers than they do with the townspeople.

I don’t accept the accusation that Trump is violating rights (at least, not more than any other modern American president). But the show portrays a police chief as a hero who doesn’t follow due process when it gets in the way of protecting people.

That’s another problem with Hollywood fascists: no awareness of irony.

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