Clint Eastwood: We Are ‘Killing Ourselves’ With Political Correctness

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People are so easily offended these days that I can literally sneeze and cause a riot. The fact that a person can be called racist because they prefer Chinese food over Indian food is the sad reality we live in and with the advent of social media, it’s gotten even worse.

The world now is forced to be politically correct in everything because society has been invaded by “pansies”. PANSIES EVERYWHERE!!

This level of political correctness has seeped into the entertainment industry and is stifling it. And the entertainment industry has become so stifled now that some of the biggest names in the industry are beginning to take notice.

During the Cannes Film Festival in France on Sunday, Clint Eastwood spoke volumes about how political correctness is slowly destroying us.

He stated that the spawn of political correctness in the US began to take shape around the same time his film “Dirty Harry” came out in 1971.

“It was far-out at that time, so I brought it to Don, and he liked it,” Eastwood said. “A lot of people thought it was politically incorrect. That was at the beginning of the era that we’re in now with political correctness.

“We are killing ourselves, we’ve lost our sense of humor,” he continued. “But I thought it was interesting and it was daring.”

Clint Eastwood’s praises the fact that President Trump doesn’t care too much about political correctness but about relaying the truth of the matter. Back in August of 2016, Eastwood told Esquire that Trump, who was only a candidate at the time, was getting so much support because “everybody’s getting tired of political correctness, kissing up.”

“That’s the kiss-ass generation we’re in right now. We’re really in a p***y generation,” he said at the time. “Everybody’s walking on eggshells. We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff.”

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were all about being politically correct, too afraid to offend anybody or speak the truth.

Trump on the other hand clearly isn’t afraid to do away with political correctness and that, among many other reasons, is why I believe Trump is good for America right now.

Source: The Blaze


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