The hypocrisy of leftwing Hollywood showed itself once again this week when Ellen DeGeneres, a vocal critic of Harvey Weinstein during his sex scandal, sent a sexist tweet to singer Katy Perry on her birthday. Thankfully, it didn't take long for DeGeneres to get called out for it.
During Weinstein's scandal, DeGeneres slammed the Hollywood producer for sexually harassing women.
“This is not a male thing or a female thing, it is not a Hollywood or political thing, this is a human thing and it happens in the workplace, it happens in families, it happens all over the world and we are all the same,” she said. “We all want the same thing, we want respect, love and kindness. And if I could have those three things and an iPhone X, I’d be happy.”
However, here's what she tweeted to Katy Perry on her birthday:
Comedian Michael Rapaport and journalist Piers Morgan immediately pointed out DeGeneres' hypocrisy:
Clearly, in the eyes of DeGeneres and her fellow leftwing feminists, sexual harassment is only a bad thing when a man is doing it to a woman. Don't get me wrong, what Weinstein did was horrific and he deserved to have his career ruined for it. However, if DeGeneres is going to get up on a soap box and lecture men about how they should treat women, she's going to need to start practicing what she's preaching.
This comes at a time when white American men are being forced to walk on egg shells around women, as the slightest infraction can now be defined as sexual harassment. Just the other day, 93 year-old George H.W. Bush was accused of sexually harassing an actress who claimed his hand had made contact with her rear end while they posed for a photo. Ignoring the fact that the former president is suffering from Parkinson's disease, meaning he does not have full control of his limbs, this actress went to the press to portray him as a sexual predator. This just shows how easily a man can be accused of sexual harassment these days in the U.S.
If DeGeneres had sent that tweet as a man, her talk show likely would have been canceled and she would have been vilified by the mainstream media. However, since she's a woman, she can get away with saying whatever she wants to her fellow females. This doesn't seem very fair to us at all...
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