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Flashback: Gwyneth Paltrow Makes Harvey Weinstein 'Coercion' Jokes...
Gwyneth Paltrow was one of the biggest names to speak out against Harvey Weinstein, including a story where her boyfriend at the time, Brad Pritt, confronted Harvey about his harassment and
beat the bejeezus out of him, alerted the authorities, issued him a stern warning.
Way to be a man, Brad.
But as past videos surface of celebs dropping Weinstein-themed hints (see Seth MacFarlane Knew About Harvey Weinstein, Fought Back with a Joke and Does this ’30 Rock’ Video Prove Hollywood Know About Harvey Weinstein?), this 1998 clip from David Letterman is particularly cringe worthy.
WEINSTEIN: Are you here of your own free will? Did someone coerce you to be here?
PALTROW: Do you count Harvey Weinstein as a coercer?
Platrow: I do all my movies for Harvey Weinstein. That's Miramax. And I'm lucky to do them here, but he will coerce you into doing a thing or two.
Wow Gwyneth. I honestly don't even know what else to say about this. I mean, it's great that the truth is coming out now and I wouldn't be surprised if even more names get thrown into the ring. But, knowing what we know now, who the hell makes a joke like that? I'll tell you who. Leftist celebs without a single shred of morality in their tiny pea brains.
This giant clusterf**k keeps getting bigger and bigger. Not only did Hollywood help cover up Harvey's rapey ways, they made light of them. It's looking like just about every overpaid player of pretend in Tinseltown is a rape-enabling puddle of sewage. Yet, we're the evil ones for pulling the lever for Trump.
I can't think of a better example of how utterly worthless these
accomplices to multiple felonies stars of stage and screen are.
While we're on the subject: