I don't know about you, but social media has killed my appreciation for Hollywood and the elites that dominate the entertainment industry. Example - I grew up loving Cher and her music but over the last couple of years, her moonbat tweets have demolished this appreciation and the ability to listen. What once made me hum and sing along now sounds like fingernails on a chalkboard. That's also the way I feel about what I watch on television and on the big screen.
Take, for instance, an idiotic tweet by Mark Ruffalo whose claim to Hollywood fame is starring as Bruce Banner, the Hulk.:
To be fair, Ruffalo isn't being original in his racism. He lazily copied the title of a petition that argues when Obama moved into the White House, Fox News didn't hire a bunch of black progressives so MSNBC should not hire white conservatives. According to the think tank of Credo Mobile,Sign the petition: Tell @MSNBC @NBCNews to stop the white conservative hiring spree https://t.co/CQGV7zRHWr via @CREDOMobile #p2— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) June 10, 2017
I can see the bitch here but will cut MSNBC some slack for trying to be more "fair and balanced." As for Ruffalo and other Hollywood elites who mindlessly tweet progressive ideals I don't have much sympathy. The more they tweet the more I want to switch the channel. I think congressional troll and parody Rep. Steven Smith said it best:
I'd go for that.If I sign this, will you agree to stop making crappy movies?— Rep. Steven Smith (@RepStevenSmith) June 13, 2017