“In the 1950s in Hollywood, if you spoke for communism, you were blackballed. In the 90s and 2000s, if you speak for communism, you’re rewarded . . . .”

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Politically, Matt Damon is screwy. I loved him mainly in his role as Jason Bourne in Robert Ludlum’s Bourne trilogy.  Don’t think there could have been a better choice. Certainly has not been one since. But when he waxes political or begins defending his progressive friends, like Elizabeth Warren and others, he comes off as an economic illiterate.

I love the fact that Chuck Woolery, host of the Love Connection (great show–many laughs), takes down Damon’s lefty screwball state rescue.

 

In the 1950s in Hollywood, if you spoke for communism, you were blackballed.

In the 90s and 2000s, if you speak for communism, you’re rewarded for it.

If you speak for it, you’re rewarded.

If you speak against it, you’re blackballed.

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