WASHINGTON, March 29, 2017 — From time to time, a reasonably well-known figure from the literary or entertainment world will step up and ask his crybaby-bully friends and associates to give up the anti-Trump temper tantrums and get on with life. It’s good advice, but unlikely to be heeded by the legion of virtue-signaling ignoramuses that currently populate this world.
The latest literary figure to admonish the entertainment world’s far-left, anti-Trump grandstanders and violent “protestors” is novelist and culture critic Bret Easton Ellis, who burst into the world of the rich and famous many years ago with his chilling novel—later a movie—”American Psycho.”
Ellis thinks it’s time for Hollywood’s pampered and grossly overpaid fake snowflakes to cut out the nonsense and get back to running their own lives rather than demeaning the lives of the nearly 50 percent of Americans who voted for Donald J. Trump as the next President of the United states.
Washington Times reporter Douglas Ernst has more on Ellis’ comments and advice:
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