It was the year of the F-bomb -- every single one of them aimed at the president of the United States. It’s been 12 months since the 2016 election and already at least 63 of the angriest Hollywood elites -- A-listers, has-beens, teen stars, rappers, and wannabes alike -- have delivered a collective middle finger to the president.

 


George Clooney's new film throbs with hatred for 1950s suburbia, no doubt. And maybe the 2017 version, to hear Clooney’s recent press musings. The racism on full display is underlined, highlighted and cast in bold type. Just try missing it. We dare you. Beyond that? Maybe it’s Clooney’s confession that he’s better off in front of the camera, not behind it.


Who better to tell America how to deal with racism than a white, highly paid, Hollywood actor?

 


Conservative journalist Michelle Malkin took to Twitter on Tuesday to ask two tough questions of those who are pushing the "nobody knew about Harvey Weinstein the sexual predator" narrative really don't seem to want to answer. One wondered why it took so long for certain big-name stars to open up about their experiences with Weinstein. The other pointed to an actress who was telling her colleagues "Don't work with this guy" for nearly two decades to no apparent effect.


Hillary Clinton lost the election because of Russian interference. Or maybe it was because of James Comey. Or perhaps it was due to Facebook ads. Or..... Or maybe it was due to another reason rarely mentioned by Hillary during her What Happened book tour in which she is offering a plethora of excuses for losing the election. It was actor George Clooney who made the big reveal for why Hillary lost on her lifetime dream job in Rolling Stone:


This Fall TV season is starting to arrive and the Emmys are just around the corner. Likely both will provide the media with new opportunities to preach to ordinary Americans about how diverse Hollywood is. But what those claims won’t tell you is that Hollywood is one of the most racist, sexist places to work.


Just in time for Oscar season, the Paramount Pictures film Suburbicon will be released this coming October. The film, starring far-left bomb throwers Matt Damon and Julianne Moore and directed by George Clooney, focuses on an Eisenhower-era couple’s move to the suburbs, expose their racism to those around them. In the process, the film will purport to exposes the racism that supposedly lurked in American neighborhoods of that era.


Ah, Hollywood: once you’ve directed a movie about white people being paranoid, you know it all.

Especially if your name is George Clooney and you live in an 18th century Italian villa. The actor, whose latest project, Suburbicon, addresses racist agendas in the 1950’s, had a lot to say on the subject of racism, Charlottesville, and of course, Trump. Hollywood Reporter’s Stephen Galloway wrote that Clooney stated in a phone call in late August, “You can never say, ‘Well, those guys were bad and these guys were bad.’ And to hear those words  come out of the president of the United States, that is a great crime.”

 


When Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, some Americans thought the Electoral College rigged the presidency for Trump, and that hatred persists to this day. Once Trump became President, Syria’s latest chemical weapons attacked transpired and though most Americans supported that decision to bomb Syria, the radical left did not. In Hollywood, the level of post-election bitterness has only grown. Therefore, the entertainment elite has purposefully created content insulting millions of  thanks to their severe cases of Trump Derangement Syndrome.


ABC’s Good Morning America co-host Lara Spencer gave George and Amal Clooney a pat on the back for giving $1 million to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which has a long history of smearing conservative groups.


Apple’s $1 million donation to the anti-conservative Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was just the beginning. Two more groups, J.P. Morgan Chase bank and the Clooney Foundation for Justice, recently announced they would pledged their own millions to that left-wing organization.


After surviving a targeted effort by Turkish lobbies to derail its success, the Armenian Genocide film The Promise will open in American theaters next week. And Hollywood celebs are getting the word out.