It can be a difficult task keeping up with the foolishness and hypocrisy that travels from the mouth of the Hollywood elites out into the wider world. Political preaching and cultural fear-mongering seem to know no bounds.
Here’s our second weekly roundup of recent and outrageous statements and actions from pop culture influencers with a voice, a message — and the willfulness to spread their messages as far and wide as they possibly can, come what may.
Whoopi Goldberg, speaking from her familiar liberal pulpit on “The View,” may have taken the cake this week. She said she was more qualified to be president than Donald Trump.
“When I speak, at least you know that I’ve actually looked stuff up, so people think that I might be more aware,” said Goldberg on Monday. “People know that I’ve had a wide variety of lives, so they think I might know some stuff.”
She said Trump “doesn’t seem to do the homework … doesn’t seem to have any idea how things actually run.”
In regard to Goldberg’s support of Hillary Clinton, she said, “I can only think to myself she may not have been the best candidate for people, but I know she knew what she was doing.”
If Goldberg thinks she’s more qualified to be president than Donald Trump, then there’s a simple answer to her troubles with the president-elect. In America, we have choices. Everyone from Roseanne Barr to Donald Trump can run for president. Being “qualified” has to do with being a productive and successful American in touch with the issues affecting everyday people. It’s how Trump was elected and connected with far more voters than Clinton ever did.
If Goldberg ever does decide to run for office, though, she may want to take her own advice and do her homework. She says Clinton “knew what she was was doing.” Hillary’s private server full of classified information would disagree. Plus, Clinton’s complete bumbling of the 2012 Benghazi terror attacks while serving as head of the State Department proves she actually had no clue what she was doing.
MTV apparently thinks the answer the Left should have in the wake of Trump’s election victory is a video preaching to those pesky, evil white people who just don’t get it. MTV released the video on Monday; it was full of New Year’s resolutions for “white guys” because they could “do a little better in 2017.”
The nausea-inducing video includes young people saying things like, “Blue Lives Matter isn’t a thing” and “feel free to take Kanye West.” It’s a pretty insufferable product of a politically correct Left trying desperately to understand why Donald Trump won the presidential election.
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