Hollywood predators are in hot water.
The fall of power players has others scrambling.
Now another Hollywood elite is in trouble after sexual assault claims.
The Weinstein Domino
Producer Harvey Weinstein developed a bad reputation.
People around town knew him as a lecher for years.
His reputation was so bad, it was an open secret.
Seth MacFarlane even joked about it one year during the Oscars.
If everyday Americans knew about it, Hollywood insiders certainly did.
But they let him operate with impunity for years.
Until the evidence against him was too great.
Weinstein finally fell.
He tried to save himself by grabbing onto a liberal life raft.
In a bogus apology letter, Weinstein vowed to fight the NRA.
His appeal to leftism didn’t work.
Others were next on the chopping block.
Kevin Spacey watched his career go up in flames after allegations from teenage boys.
He hoped coming out as gay would save him.
The public’s tolerance for bad behavior grew thin.
Another Hollywood elite who found himself under fire was director Bryan Singer.
Singer directed the smash hits “The Usual Suspects,” and many X-Men films.
But there were always rumors that Singer had inappropriate relationships with teenage boys.
There were allegations that Singer hosted pool parties full of teenage boys and young men.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement, the rumors bubbled to the surface.
This occurred during the filming of Singer’s passion project “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
The film tells the story of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury.
The studio fired Singer from the film amid erratic behavior.
Director Dexter Fletcher came in for 16 days to finish it.
But due to Directors’ Guild rules, Singer is listed as the sole director.
With the film due to come out, Esquire magazine is planning a hit piece on Singer.
The article supposedly goes into details about his dark past.
Singer tried to preempt the damage by releasing a message on Instagram:
Similar to Weinstein and Spacey, Singer’s ploy probably won’t work.
Leftists painted themselves into a corner.
They spent years defending boorish men on the left.
Ted Kennedy left a woman to drown in a lake.
He and former Senator Chris Dodd groped a waitress in the 1980s.
Democrats didn’t care.
They circled the wagons around Bill Clinton despite several credible claims.
But Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick won’t let Democrats get away with their hypocrisy.
The confirmation process for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was a sham.
The Democrats carried out the worst smear campaign in political history.
They dredged up an uncorroborated claim from 1982 in hopes of destroying him.
Yet they continue to ignore Juanita Broaddrick.
Just like they continued to cover for their leftist pals in Hollywood for decades.
If the left wants to be the moral police, they need to start by looking in the mirror.