Hollywood, and the democratic denizens that inhabit it, are in for one heck of an awakening in the coming months as the skeletons in their closet continue to claw their way to the forefront of Tinseltown’s news cycle.
The most famous example of the nation’s sexual harassment revolution has been the unfathomable takedown of Hollywood mogul and producer Harvey Weinstein.
Weinstein has long been one of the top dogs in Hollwyood, with a net worth of $130 million or more, and has used that considerable wealth to fund some of the top democratic political candidates of the last few election cycles. Even Hillary Clinton, who played up her gender incessantly during the 2016 election, was more than just an acquaintance of Weinstein, with the two of them being photographed enjoying one another’s company on more than one occasion.
Then came the news that had apparently been floating around the Hollywood air for some time: Harvey Weinstein was a prolific sexual predator of extraordinary proportions.
As it stands today, Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by over ninety individual women, with well over a dozen of these women claiming that Weinstein raped them. Of course, Weinstein has yet to face any criminal charges, instead checking himself into a luxury “treatment” center and hiring a “sober coach”.
While this “solution” will surely not satisfy the scores of women affected by Harvey’s actions, what happened to Weinstein at dinner the other night may provide a bit of schadenfreude to relish in.
“One of the men [at the restaurant] — Steve — tells TMZ he walked up to Weinstein and told him he loved his movies and would like to take a photo with him.[…] Steve says Weinstein became belligerent and told him to buzz off. The manager says the two shook hands and Steve went back to his table.
“At around 9 PM, Weinstein and his sober coach got up to leave at the same time Steve and his dinner companion were leaving. Steve tells TMZ he had “quite a bit to drink,” told his friend to fire up his cell phone and shoot video of what was about to happen.
“Steve says he walked up to Weinstein and said, ‘You’re such a piece of s*** for what you did to these women,’ and then punched him in the face twice. He says Weinstein stumbled backward and almost fell.”
The incident was quickly broken up by the staff of the restaurant, and Steve was asked to leave the premises.
Weinstein, presumably mapping out the severity of this embarrassment in relation to what he’s already done to his own life with his behavior, wisely chose to not involve the police in the matter.
Could this turn to violence by Steve be a sign of a larger radicalization of America? Obviously, the democrats have been employing polarizing tactics for decades, but is that attitude now trickling down into everyday life? Or is this a byproduct of the overzealous “punch a nazi” trope that Antifa loves to spread around the internet?
In either case, liberal scumbag Harvey Weinstein had a bad night. That’s good enough for us.