Denzel Washington Attacks Meryl Streep And Goes After Hollywood Celebrities!

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Hollywood celebrities are mostly liberals who don’t really like President Donald Trump. Many of them were even too vocal in their criticism for the President.

Liberal celebrities are using their popularity to undermine the President. Refusing to keep off politics, we’ve seen them continuously attacking President Trump and his family. They never made peace with the fact that Trump is their president, elected by the American people. It’s sad how instead of setting an example to their fans, these people are actually bashing the leader of our country.

We live in times when people use their fame to talk about politics. Some of them even hold public speeches against the President. However, there are a few celebrities who refuse to buckle under the pressure by the Left and are not afraid to show their respect of the President. Remember Meryl Streep and her Golden Globe speech? Well, Denzel Washington decided to say a few words regarding her hateful remarks.

Meryl Streep used her Golden Globe speech to speak against the President, reports World Politicus. Just like the other liberal celebrities, she showed that she has absolutely no respect of people’s will. Americans made their decision in November, and this decision should be accepted. Denzel Washington acted reasonably, and decided to give fellow liberals the best lesson of their lives.

“…people say: ‘Oh, the difficulty of making a movie.’ I’m like, listen, send your son to Iraq–that’s difficult. It’s just a movie. It’s like, relax. I don’t play that precious nonsense. Making a movie is a luxury. It’s an opportunity, and most importantly, it’s a gift. Obviously, everybody here is talented enough to do that, but don’t get it twisted. It’s just a movie. It ain’t that big a deal,” Washington addressed his liberal colleagues, making them aware of the opportunities they enjoy in this country.

 

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