On October 24th, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino marched with BlackLivesMatter and the Revolutionary Communist Party to protest police brutality four days after the murder of an innocent police officer, Randolph Holder.
Quentin Tarantino told leftist Chris Hayes on MSNBC that he thought he had First Amendment rights.
He does and we do too – we all have the right not to go to his movies.
During the Hayes interview, Tarantino went into the “white supremacy” bigotry which is turning people against whites.
“This issue”, he said, police brutality is, “ultimately what I feel is a problem of white supremacy in this country.”
It’s hard to understand where the white supremacy comes from when half the New York City police department are minorities.
He even went after Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.
“Clarke, who is on Fox all the time, says that I’m putting police in danger by standing up for the rights of unarmed citizens who have been killed by the police.”
Clarke made it clear that he believes Tarantino is a “fraud” who does “not share black experiences from” his “elitist lifestyle.”
After Tarantino’s comments, the sheriff tweeted: “I never mentioned his name on Fox. This 1%er was stamping his credibility card that he is down with the struggle.”
He then tweeted: “You are a fraud. You do NOT share black experiences from your elitist lifestyle. Honor thy father.”
Clarke’s father Tony Tarantino came out to condemn his son’s remarks.
Tarantino said on Hayes’ show that he wants police to stop shooting unarmed people. How can you always tell? After your shot for sure! Tarantino has a zero tolerance policy. One must wonder what would happen if he were an officer.
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