Sarah Silverman is on the forefront of the toxic liberal elitism plaguing our country right now.
The level of hypocrisy surrounding certain stars is one of the most obnoxious things in America because they believe deep down that they shouldn’t be held accountable like common folk.
And Sarah Silverman just admitted one of the most astoundingly hypocritical things you’ve ever heard in your life.
Sarah Silverman has had a long film and television career dating back to the early 1990’s with movies like “There’s Something About Mary,” “Screwed” and “School of Rock.”
It was her standup career that put her on the map, coming up with other comedians like Patton Oswalt, Marc Maron, Bill Burr and disgraced comedian Louis C.K.
Silverman’s standup got her cast on “Saturday Night Live,” “Mr. Show with Bob and David” and the “The Larry Sanders Show.”
But the longtime comedian, many of whom think is the funniest woman in America, has some outrageously hypocritical ideas like how she hopes her fellow stand up comedians won’t be on the chopping block for past controversial jokes.
Silverman sat down with her friend Mike Birbiglia at the Tribeca Film Festival on Monday to discuss how comedians are victimized when some of their old material resurfaces.
The 48-year-old actress and comedian said, “I don’t stand behind a lot of comedy I did in the beginning. I haven’t see ‘Jesus is Magic’ in 10 years. I would call it very problematic. I can only accept myself and know that I change. I have done things in comedy I wouldn’t do today.”
That’s an understandable sentiment but it’s that kind of ideology that spawned the toxic politically correct culture. So on one hand she instigated it and on the other Silverman now condemns.
But what they do instead is point fingers at someone like President Trump and hold him accountable for his past actions. That’s deep level cognitive dissonance.
Silverman continued, “If we’re for progress, being ‘progressive’ means that you change with all the new information that you get. You let yourself be changed. To be progressive, and yet to still hold people accountable for something from another time that they’ve changed from, it makes me wonder. I have to ask myself, as I draw lines in the sand on social media, do I want this person to be changed? Or do I secretly want them to not be changed so I can point to them as wrong and myself as right? There’s a kind of pornography in that. I think it’s a kind of righteousness porn.”
Another glaring hypocrisy is that she was willing to instantly forgive her longtime friend Louis C.K. who was accused during the Me Too Movement of masterbating in front of women while they were forced to watch. She actually defended him.
But Silverman and her fellow Hollywood elitists condemned and shamed President Trump for his past sexual allegations, which he emphatically denies.
That’s not right but that’s Hollywood for you.