Hollywood is completely run by liberals.
That’s why the movies almost always whitewash the wrongdoing of the Democrats.
And Hollywood made a #MeToo movie that let Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein off the hook.
Hollywood has been apt to wag its finger regarding the #MeToo Movement when members of the film industry were some of the worst offenders.
The film She Said is a takedown of mega-producer Harvey Weinstein who was convicted of rape, but the film obscures the fact that Weinstein was a huge Democratic donor.
He hobnobbed with countless left-wing celebrities, and he was defended by them.
One such celebrity was media mogul Oprah Winfrey, who was friends with Weinstein for years.
Winfrey was also praised by the corporate press for her “time’s up” speech at the 2018 Golden Globes.
Conservative film critic John Nolte wrote in a review, “You know what you’re in for with director Maria Schrader’s stillborn She Said when the movie opens with a woman accusing former President Donald Trump of sexual harassment and then moves on to score points against Bill O’Reilly and Fox News. Somehow the legions of Democrats in media, politics, and Hollywood credibly accused of inappropriate behavior earn a total pass.”
Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein somehow get a pass.
To this day, Clinton remains a central figure in Democratic politics; he spoke at the 2020 Democratic National Convention, and recently appeared at an event with President Joe Biden.
And Epstein swam in elite liberal circles.
He had long been friendly with Bill Gates, and Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell attended Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.
Actress Ashley Judd appears in the film as herself because she co-created the Time’s Up organization.
Ironically, Time’s Up imploded after #MeToo scandals of its own.
Former president Lisa Borders abruptly left the organization after her son was accused of sexual misconduct.
And Time’s Up refused to represent Biden accuser Tara Reade because the organization was politically tied to Biden.
Democrats and their media allies refused to hear Reade’s story because they were so deeply invested in Biden defeating Trump in the 2020 election.
The only so-called mainstream outlet that interviewed Reade prior to the election was 60 Minutes…in Australia.
The American version of the program did not air the interview.
Dean Baquet, former managing editor of The New York Times, which is portrayed heroically in the film, essentially said that The Times was not covering Reade’s allegations because the story was not in the zeitgeist.
When asked why The Times ran scurrilous claims against Brett Kavanaugh immediately but not Reade’s claims against Biden, Baquet answered, “Kavanaugh was already in a public forum in a large way. Kavanaugh’s status as a Supreme Court justice was in question because of a very serious allegation. And when I say in a public way, I don’t mean in the public way of Tara Reade’s. If you ask the average person in America, they didn’t know about the Tara Reade case. So I thought in that case, if The New York Times was going to introduce this to readers, we needed to introduce it with some reporting and perspective. Kavanaugh was in a very different situation. It was a live, ongoing story that had become the biggest political story in the country. It was just a different news judgment moment…”
In other words, The Times didn’t cover it because The Times wasn’t covering it.
She Said is leaving out very key details about the #MeToo Movement that are inconvenient for the left.