We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Conservative actor Jon Voight slams the media for staying silent on Hunter Biden’s alleged use of the N-word during texts to his lawyer.
“The left — they’re OK with slurs. It’s OK for Biden’s son to use racist slurs, and no one says a word, not the media — no one,” he said on Sunday. “Why was it OK to constantly harass them [the Trump family] for what they, the Left, accused them of being racist when Biden’s son is the lowest human being, a poor pity of a man who’s not well, who’s done wrong?”
He went on to say the world has been “turned upside down” by the left and the press. “President Trump kept America safe with dignity, class, and he made America great,” he continued, “We must not allow these left-wing ones to get away with the justification that it’s OK for Biden’s son to be racist, while the Trump family were harassed night and day for being loyal children of the 45th president of the United States.”
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— Jon Voight (@jonvoight) June 13, 2021
“The Hangover” actor Rob Riggle, was granted a restraining order against his soon-to-be ex-wife Tiffany, after he discovered she has been surveilling him.
When Riggle, who lives at a smaller home the couple own, while Tiffany remains with their children at the family home, realized that his estranged wife of 21 years had knowledge of conversations she had not been privy to, he believed his home had been bugged.
He began receiving emails and texts containing personal information and was alarmed when $28,000 went missing from his home office. When he confronted Tiffany about the missing cash, she denied knowing about its existence.
The long-time “Daily Show” correspondent conducted a sting by saying fake information out loud in his home and soon received it back in anonymous texts and emails. Riggle swept the house for recording devices and discovered a spy-camera that has been recording him since last year.
The camera held over 10,000 videos on the memory card, including one of Tiffany counting cash that Riggle believes to be his missing $28k.
Good With Trump
Rapper A$AP Rocky said he and Donald Trump are “good’ after the former president lobbied for his release from a Swedish jail after he and two members of his entourage allegedly assaulted a teenager while they were in Stockholm in 2019.
When asked if he had a rift with Trump at the premiere of his documentary about the incident, “Stockholm Syndrome,” the rapper responded, “Nah, we good.”
Earlier this year, he expressed his gratitude towards the former Commander-In-Chief. “I was mad thankful that he did that, because he didn’t have to! He took the time out of his day,” he said. In 2020, he revealed that he did in fact thank Trump for his help.
“Ryan’s Hope” star John Gabriel has died at the age of ninety after a six-decade career in Hollywood.
“It is with an unspeakably heavy heart that I share the news of my father’s passing,” His daughter Andrea posted to Instagram. “John Gabriel was my hero, my role model, and my champion, but above all, my daddy … I will love you forever.”
Gabriel was best known for his decade-long stint as Dr. Beaulac on the ABC soap opera, but he was also an accomplished stage actor and singer. He is survived by his wife, “All My Children” actress Sandy Gabriel, and two daughters.
Hollywood elite pander to Chrissy Teigen after her nauseating apology for being exposed as a cyberbully. “It has been a very humbling few weeks,” she wrote. “I want you to know I’ve been sitting in a hole of deserved global punishment.”
Husband John Legend and actress Jennifer Garner replied with emoji hearts, liberal “Community” actress Yvette Nicole Brown sent her love, and “Guardians of the Galaxy’s” Zoe Saldana complained that “the trolling that you are receiving is also uncalled for. I see you and respect you.”
Meanwhile, conservative commentator Candace Owens torched Teigen’s apology on Twitter. “This wasn’t some off-colored period of her life,” she said. “It’s who she is.