Typically I generally care more about what is happening to the bacteria on my skin than I do about the latest goings on in the world of the trained dancing monkey’s called celebrities. Despite making a living “playing pretend” they opt to use their platform to endlessly lecture the common man from a position of absolute hypocrisy and ignorance. More concerned with latching onto what they view as popular or trending rather than anything they feel a passion for or have any experience or knowledge with.
Thus when an actor comes out expressing sentiments that are surely to ruin their careers it is noteworthy. Especially since those are limited to supporting Trump and being anti woke instead of more common sense positions like being against raping children. But hey who hasn’t attended a pedophile themed party or taken questionable flights on planes owned by people with dirt on…suicidally depressed individuals?
In talking with the BBC a few days ago he firmly denounced, amongst other things, the idea of using racism as a weapon. Highlighting that while grooming gangs roam the country it is nigh-illegal to question whether the best and brightest are filling the ranks of the incoming immigrants.
“One of the dangerous things about throwing racism around in this country which we’re doing a lot at the moment is that people become so conscious of it that things like the Manchester grooming scandal get ignored. We need to be careful, we need to call out racism when its seen, when it’s obvious and when it’s there. And we should stand together to condemn it. But for fear for sounding racist there’s been horrific things that have happened in Manchester and in towns all over North England. And we should be careful and use racism when it’s there and obvious and not call someone racist just when they don’t agree with you.”
Though his best revelation was when he discussed how his relationship with his former girlfriend came to an unceremonious close.
After years of enduring her wokeness Fox finally reached the moment he realized he could no longer tolerate their difference in values as she celebrated the misandrist Gillette advertisement. Yes the same advertisement that cost the company $8 billion in write-downs.
“I don’t know how we ended up together. It was a very short relationship. We were walking down the road and she was talking about how good the Gillette advert was. I just looked at her and went, ‘Bye. Sorry, I can’t do this with you.’”
Clearly he was dick-thinking, as the lack of shared values should have been evident when he she was telling him to believe all victims during the Brett Kavanaugh fiasco. Nevermind how after his confirmation the accusations went away and are now all believed to be complete hoaxes by people with deep ties to the Democratic party, you need to listen and believe. If you happen to be wrong, oh well so sad for the man, it’s the price we pay for keeping women safe.
Not a joke either. That’s legitimately feminists’ defense these days when asked what about the innocent people who are accused when they’re even willing to entertain the idea that men can be innocent.
“No, you don’t believe the victim. That’s not how it works. You listen to the victim. The victim’s evidence is examined and a jury of their peers makes that decision.”
No one can deny it’s about time this was said by people with influence, but it certainly is far from stunning or brave. For years other actors had their careers ended or ruined because of their pro Trump stance and it is only after Chappell and other comedians started ridiculing the establishment for how disconnected they are that he does join their ranks. Coming out when it’s popular doesn’t take courage. Courage is standing day to day by your convictions without backing down regardless of the consequences.