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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Tim Allen Slams Anti-Bullying Hollywood Bullies Who Bully Trump Supporters

"The artist wishes to remain anonymous"

PJ Media  "Tim Allen is one of the last conservatives standing in Hollywood.

"Sure, the industry still has Jon Voight, Robert Davi and Scott Baio, but Allen is out there punching back every week through his ABC sitcom "Last Man Standing." The show regularly features little digs at the Left, one of the rare shows to even attempt that approach.

"You know, fair and balanced.

'Now, Allen is lashing out at his peers over the shock election of Donald Trump. He opened up about Trump and his colleagues' reaction to him defeating Hillary Clinton during a Fox News interview by Megyn Kelly.
“What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully," Allen said. "But if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump, you got bullied for doing that. And it gets a little bit hypocritical to me."


"Allen isn't the only comedian who feels that way. Heather McDonald recently said anyone thinking of voting for Trump in Hollywood might find their next gig at risk.
"Does anyone doubt other comics have similar stories? And why aren't the usual suspects furious at this clampdown on free speech?" . . .

The Silent Minority – Conservatives in the Arts  . . . "There are some people in Hollywood who are openly right leaning. Clint Eastwood, David Mamet, Jon Voight and Gary Sinise come to mind, but those are people with star power. A mid-level staffer at a non-profit arts organization has no such advantage.
"The cast of Hamilton is certainly entitled to free speech but I’ll leave you with this thought from Larry O’Connor:
My former colleagues in the theatre industry claim they want to foster discussion and they hope for a dialogue about these issues, but they are being disingenuous, at best. They don’t want a dialogue, they want a monologue.
That’s what we saw on Friday night from the stage on 46th street. A monologue. A speech. A lecture. It was patronizing and it was condescending and there was no room for rebuttal.
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