Joe Biden and the Democrats are using a despicable tactic.
They’re deploying their minions in entertainment media to enforce policies that they can’t get passed legislatively.
Now one Hollywood director refuses to work in one red state because of a big Biden lie.
The Democrat Media Complex works in tandem with the Democratic Party to flood American culture with left-wing political priorities.
That’s why gun-toting pro-life Christians are always portrayed as villains in movies and television shows.
Now Hollywood director James Mangold, who’s directed blockbusters like Logan and Ford v Ferrari, is attempting to use his clout within the industry to force his politics onto the state of Georgia.
Joe Biden and the Democrats have called a new bill that strengthens voter integrity in the state “Jim Crow 2.0.”
There has been a huge push by the Left to punish the state through private enterprise, and Mangold is following his marching orders.
Mangold tweeted, “I will not direct a film in Georgia.”
Fellow left-wing director Rod Lurie, who’s made political content such as the film The Contender, cautioned Mangold about the move, but nonetheless agreed with him.
Mangold doubled down.
You do what you feel is best but to me this is a classical right wing argument against almost everything. Georgia has been using cash to steal movie jobs from other states that allow people to vote. I don’t want to play there. I’m not telling anyone else what to do.
— Mangold (@mang0ld) March 26, 2021
Democrats are fighting hard to nationalize election laws that make elections much more susceptible to voter fraud.
Tom Hanks, Leonardo DiCaprio, and other liberal Hollywood luminaries are teaming up with Michelle Obama to push the Democrats’ “For the People” Act, which would get rid of voter ID requirements and permit ballot harvesting nationwide.
It would seem logical for lawmakers to tighten up the election process after massive voter irregularities in 2020, but Democrats like minimal guardrails.
It’s what allows them to run up big numbers in Democratic machines like Philadelphia, Detroit, and Chicago.
Thus far, Georgia governor Brian Kemp and the Republican legislature have stood up to outside pressure from leftist celebrities and craven corporations.
However, this Democratic tactic has been successful in the past; the NBA moved their all-star game out of Charlotte in an attempt to influence a North Carolina transgender bathroom law.
North Carolina ended up amending the bill.
Donald Trump showed the Republican Party that they have to fight if they ever have hopes of reversing the progressive drift in the country.
More Republicans are finally realizing that they cannot afford to buckle to Hollywood leftists that will continue to hate their guts and smear them regardless.
All incentives point toward being brave, but too many RINOs have been in charge for too long.