Sunday, March 4, 2018

#MeToo Is So Yesterday In Pantheon Of Hollywood Virtue Signaling

When it comes to virtue signaling no one does it better than the Hollywood stars. Unfortunately for women who have been sexually assaulted, Hollywood has the attention span of a gnat. In other words, what was hip at the Golden Globes is now passe' and they have moved on to a new virtue signaling cause.

The new, hip virtue signal at tonight's Oscars will be an orange pin from Everytown Mommies for Illegal Mayors.

According to the Hollywood Reporter:
Michael Bloomberg's New York-based gun-control advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety has created an anti-gun-violence pin for celebrities to wear to the Oscars on Sunday, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

Since the Parkland, Florida, high school massacre that left 17 dead last month, thousands of young people have called upon the organization to support their efforts to advocate for more stringent gun-control laws and other public-safety issues.

According to one Hollywood stylist, the pins have been sent to The Wall Group and other key Hollywood agencies to dole out prior to the red carpet.

The pins will likely display #NeverAgain, the rallying slogan for the movement. Everytown for Gun Safety has not yet responded to THR's request for confirmation.
So while the stars continue to make movies with gratuitous violence - much of it with firearms - they will continue to virtue signal that they are against "gun violence" (sic).

It should also be noted, as Variety reports, that they will be protected by over 500 armed LAPD officers. As usual, Hollywood is not self-aware enough to recognize the hypocrisy in all of this.

UPDATE: My friend Brandon Combs of the Firearms Policy Coalition sent me a couple of links regarding the hypocrisy of Hollywood and California politicians.


  1. Won't be watching, and don't really care what comes out of their pie holes...

    1. Me either. I've just started reading Ian Toll's book on the USN from Pearl Harbor thru 1942. Much more interesting.

  2. Lets change their paradigm: That symbol should stand for "I knew about the sexual abuse and did nothing, said nothing, to keep my job".