Ashley Judd Talks "Loving" Harvey Weinstein. Reveals Troubling Hypocrisy...
Ashley Judd is a troubled woman. Okay? Okay. She tends to complain about something every time she rears her head (see WATCH: Ashley Judd FREAKS Over Being Called 'Sweetheart' at the Airport). This time Ashley took a break from her constant bitching about Trump to extend some understanding and forgiveness to... Harvey Weinstein?
Ashley Judd on what she'd say to Harvey Weinstein: “I love you and I understand that you are sick...there's help fo… https://t.co/6eORo50j9H— ABC News (@ABC News)1509020698.0
I believe that there is hope and help for everyone. It has to be the appropriate help and there has to be a real, profound understanding on the part of the sexual predator. That what they were doing was wrong and criminal.
What I would say to Harvey is, "I love you and I understand that you are sick and suffering. There's help for a guy like you too. And it's entirely up to you to get that help."
"It's just who I am, you know."
Okay, again, Ashely has had some serious emotional problems. Okay? Okay.
But we need permission to treat her has a hostile witness, your honor. See, Ashley, troubled as she may be, waded into politics with her bizarre poem in the Women's March. Which means we're totally allowed to comment on her political musings.
We're supposed to believe Ashley Judd has suddenly found it within herself to forgive a man allegedly responsible for the sexual abuse of herself and seemingly hundreds of women. Women with whom she's worked. Noble.
But Trump says something disgusting and, oh dear me, oh my, someone get me my p*ssy hat!?
Something interesting also worth noting? The entire time Judd is morally pleasuring herself on camera, she makes zero mention of the countless amount of children in Hollywood forced to work with sexual abusers. So if she wanted to anoint herself loving victim who wants to bring about change, perhaps raising awareness of the plight of child abuse would've been a worthy cause. Rather than going on an insane tirade at the Women's March. Or ranting about TSA. Repeating for relevancy.
We get it, Ashley's had to deal with some issues. But are we really going to excuse her bitchy behavior because of it? Is "Harvey Weinstein harassed me" a get out of bitch free card?
Sexual abuse is a rampant in Hollywood. We little people see it as a egregious problem. Hollywood sees it as a joke. The proof is here. And here: Of Course! Matt Damon: "I Knew Harvey was a Womanizer, But I Didn't Know Anything Else" and here: Video: George Clooney Deflects on Weinstein Scandal. Claims EVERYBODY is Raping...
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