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Wife of Director of 'GLOW' Wears a Message for Kavanaugh at the Emmys

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With the Emmys having took place Monday night, just about anyone with more than one fully functioning brain cell probably knows that the Hollywood left politicized the event, because well, they think that’s what people find entertaining in mainstream America.

The ratings, which were at an all-time low, make that pretty obvious.

At least one individual in attendance at the event made sure to send out a message to SCOTUS pick Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Wife of the director of the smash Netflix Series “GLOW,” which is all about female professional wrestlers from the 1980s, brandished some black marker on her arm saying “Stop Kavanaugh.”

How original.

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That certainly wasn’t the only politically charged statement of the night. Among the many left-leaning stances presented throughout the event was a a big “thank you” to Colin Kaepernick for protesting the national anthem.

A few examples of Kavanaugh posts from the Hollywood left:

As The Daily Wire noted Monday, the Hollywood Left has already tried and convicted Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh for attempted rape. “Brett Kavanaugh attempted rape,” declared Rosie O’Donnell, despite no evidence substantiating the claim and adamant denials from both men named by the accuser. “I believe you Professor Christine Blasey Ford,” tweeted Kathy Griffin. “I believe Christine Blasey Ford and so should every U.S Senator,” wrote Chelsea Handler.

It’s never surprising to see politics show up at these Hollywood award shows, as it’s the one night of the year they can professionally appear sanctimonious and search for relevancy so that some director or producer somewhere might pick them up for a project to play pretend.

At the end of the day, this little protest did little to convince anyone to change their position on Kavanaugh. All it does is provide this unknown person to have a platform to share their thoughts and ride a wave of fame into the next level of their career. Sad, but true.

Source: Daily Wire

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