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:
“Hocus Pocus” witch Bette Midler called for women to refuse to have sex in protest of Texas’ new abortion law, which prohibits the procedure after a fetal heartbeat is detectable, or as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.
“The cruelty of the #GOP is endless,” Midler wrote on Twitter. “We are suffering COVID-19, hurricanes, apocalyptic flooding, wildfires from hell, joblessness, homelessness, evictions, racial strife, and they pick this hideous time to pile on yet another shock to women, by taking away their right to choose.”
She proposed women enact a sex strike in a follow-up post. “I suggest that all women refuse to have sex with men until they are guaranteed the right to choose by Congress.”
“But then again men with angry Guns and rape not being a much of a crime in Texas. Watch this space,” responded liberal actress Rosanna Arquette, who claimed that she “turned down a film I love cause it shoots in Texas.”
Arquette then demanded that Texas companies supportive of the law should be boycotted by patrons.
“Boycott all companies based in texas that do not speak out against the despicable draconian evil that is happening there Boycott them all .their tax dollars fuel this s*** so Boycott them Now not one cent to support them no matter what,” she wrote.
“The fury and rage we are feeling is powerful ,I love my warrior women who will never let this madness sustain. People who’ve signed off on this draconian barbaric legislation and male driven companies and corporations who continue to fuel it beware your time is gonna come,” Arquette concluded.
Convicted sex offendor Harvey Weinstien denied the he assaulted actress Angelina Jolie, after she accused him of attempting to assault her when she was 21.
“If you get yourself out of the room, you think he attempted but didn’t, right? The truth is that the attempt and the experience of the attempt is an assault,” Jolie said about the incident.
“It was beyond a pass, it was something I had to escape. I stayed away and warned people about him,” she recalled, noting that she turned down a film role because Weinstein was attached to the project.
“I was asked to do The Aviator, but I said no because he was involved. I never associated or worked with him again,” Jolie detailed. “It was hard for me when Brad [Pitt] did.”
“THERE WAS NEVER an assault, and NEVER an attempt to assault,” Weinstein said from behind bars, where he is serving a 23-year sentence for rape and battery. “It is brazenly untrue and clickbait publicity.”
“You’re Angelina Jolie, every male and female in the world, I’m sure, shows interest in you. Is the whole world assaulting you?” He continued. “It’s very clear to me that this is for more sales on Angie’s BOOK.”
The tide may be turning on President Joe Biden’s popularity amongst higher education students, as chants of “F–k Joe Biden” broke out at multiple college football games over the weekend.
Fans in the stands of Texas A&M, Auburn University, Virginia Tech, and Coastal Carolina University stadiums cheered “F–k Joe Biden” to the tune of the “Let’s Go” chant song.
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Another FUCK JOE BIDEN 🗣 chant, this time at the Virginia Tech game
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“The Wire” actor Michael K. Williams, who was famous for portraying Omar Little on the show, was found deceased in his Brooklyn penthouse on Monday of a suspected heroin overdose.
He was found face-down in his dining room by a relative after he failed to show up at an event on Saturday. Responding officers reportedly said that “No foul play indicated,’’and there was “no forced entry, the apartment was in order.’’
“It is with deep sorrow that the family announces the passing of Emmy nominated actor Michael Kenneth Williams,’’ a spokesperson for his family said. “They ask for your privacy while grieving this unsurmountable loss.’’
Time’s Up For Time’s Up
Anti-sexual harassment group Time’s Up lost the support of their entire star-studded governing board in the wake of revelations that top leaders, CEO Tina Tchen and legal fund board chairwoman Roberta Kaplan, helped former New York governor Andrew Cuomo smear his accuser and former staffer Lindsey Boylan.
In a statement, the board, which includes “Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes, “Desperate Housewives” star Eva Longoria, and “Birds of Prey” actress Journee Smollett, said that they “see the current crisis within TIME’S UP as an important opportunity for growth and change,” in a statement.
“The members of the existing board will be stepping aside over the next 30 days, giving our CEO the ability to refocus the organization’s leadership to suit its mission and needs,” the message continued.
Only four existing board members, including “Kiss The Girls” star Ashley Judd, will remain with the organization to help “ensure a smooth transition.”