Hollywood and its biggest elitists pretend as if they’re immune to dynamics that they preach in their films.
They hypocritically perpetuate feminism, gun control and equality amongst races, and yet, they never practice what they preach.
And one actress just exposed exactly how racist Hollywood really is.
A hashtag went viral over the weekend that was for Hollywood hopefuls, amateurs and the seasoned veterans called “#ShareYourRejections,” which was essentially sharing an experience about how you were rejected from the “coveted” industry.
The idea was to share the most insane rejections, for instance the epitome came from director Edgar Wright – known for Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead – was passed over for a TV commercial that was to be done in the style of ‘Spaced’ – a popular British television show starring Simon Pegg – even though he was the actual director of the entire series.
But there was one striking revelation from Italian actress Jennifer Esposito – known for Academy Award for Best Picture Crash and Michael Douglas’ Don’t Say a Word – that was an enormous eye-opener about the racism in Hollywood.
Esposito wrote, “its either I’m not white enough or not ethnic enough,” in response to a tweet from actress Justine Bateman urging those in showbiz to “#ShareYourRejections.”
Too many to list #shareyourejections its either I’m not white enough or not ethnic enough. Can’t make this sh🤮t up.
— Jennifer Esposito (@JennifersWayJE) August 17, 2018
It’s important to note that Esposito is a 45-year-old Italian American who has been consistently working for decades but she hasn’t had any breakout roles that’s separated her from the pack.
She had the opportunity to star in CBS’ NCIS but left after only one season and you can probably guess why.
These kind of actresses believe they were born for the biggest of stages and they just can’t bear to hear anything otherwise.
But, surprise; she’s also a big-time Hollywood liberal. You probably didn’t expect anything less.
Esposito joined hack comedians’ Chelsea Handler and Amy Schumer to take part in a campaign against Ivanka Trump that urged her to speak out about the children that were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Esposito wrote on Twitter, “You follow me on social media. You said family separation was a ‘low point’ for you. The low point is for the separated families. You spoke in past tense. The crisis is ongoing.”
This is the typical liberal propaganda that’s spewed to shame President Trump’s supporters into feeling bad that they voted for him.
The truth is that Hollywood elitists like Esposito love this kind of anecdotal evidence.
She also wrote, “As of now 572 children have not been reunited. A child has died after separation. Approximately 400 parents have been deported without their children.”
This is their game. This is how they try to undermine Trump’s administration. They try to guilt people with staggeringly high numbersand completely lose the legality of it all.
This was a policy that was started under former President Obama’s administration and has been used as an evil “tactic” under Trump’s because the liberal mainstream media and Hollywood are desperate to point fingers at our president.
Do you see and understand the narrative bias here?
One of the last sentences that this Esposito tweet says is, “End these racist, inhumane and unconscionable abuses now!”
The irony is that these “unconscionable” acts all happened under Obama first.
But Hollywood would never admit that, would they?