On Friday, liberal columnist Eugene Robinson continued to lambast Hollywood liberals who continue to stand by recently arrested film director Roman Polanski. After quoting Harvery Weinstein talk about Hollywood standing up for victims, Robinson stood up for the girl who Polanski abused over thirty years ago.
Robinson wrote the following:
Hollywood was there, all right, whenever the tragedy was distant, the victims were anonymous and the "compassionate" concert or telethon had acceptable production values that made all the stars look their best. How heroically they rearranged their busy schedules!
The brutalization of one young girl, it seems, leaves Hollywood's big heart awfully cold.
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