‘Outnumbered’ slams Hollywood’s LGBTQ hypocrisy in kowtowing to China with anti-gay editing

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Hollywood celebs and the “woke” entertainment media complex are quick to smear, bully and otherwise demonize all who dare to question LGBTQ + activists and their relentless drive to reshape American society to their liking, but they are silent when it comes to China which has little tolerance for gay rights and some are bringing attention to the hypocrisy.

The latest example of the special privilege that Hollywood bestows on the communist regime comes courtesy of Warner Brothers which assumed the position of subservience by bending the knee and censoring “gay dialogue” in the latest movie based on Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling’s fantasy characters, a meek response to China that has sparked an uproar from the gay community.

The iconic studio agreed to cut out a brief snippet of dialogue between leading characters in “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” in order to appease the cultural mandarins in Beijing, bowing to totalitarianism rather than risk upsetting the overlords of the massive market coveted by Hollywood.

Wednesday’s edition of Fox News’s “Outnumbered” broke it all down.

“Money talks, I mean China has a lot more influence apparently than Florida parents do,” said co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy in reference to Disney and other celebs who have been shrieking over the state’s parental rights bill, pointing out the double standard.

“You see it with already, with you know, the Uyghurs, you know the Muslim Uyghurs,” Campos-Duffy said, referring to the persecuted minority that has been hauled off to internment camps under the oppressive Xi regime. “I mean China is not just our enemy,  they are the number one human rights violators in the world, and that is really where the focus should be.”

Kayleigh McEnany jumped in, reminding viewers of the horrific account of Ovalbek Turdakun, a Christian who was abused in one of Chairman Xi’s camps and reported that prisoners were locked in torture devices known as “tiger chairs” and shocked with electric prods when they fell asleep. “But Hollywood’s OK with this,” she said.

“Because they’re not a political opponent,” co-host Lawrence Jones said, offering his insight. “I mean, it’s not a double standard, there’s no standard at all,” he said.

“Let’s target the people we dislike,” Jones added. “China is financially tied to them so they can’t go after China, and it’s not just Florida versus China, it is what happened in Georgia when it came to the voting rights bill,” he said, referring to the election integrity law that led to entertainment industry calls for boycotts of the state.

Co-host Emily Compagno ripped Warner Bros.’s excuse that it was only a six-second cut, downplaying their appeasement of the Chinese regime.

“I thought the comments from the Warner Bros. executives was such a pathetic excuse,” she said. “Such an embarrassing explanation, they said it was minor edits and they called it nuanced. They said they do it to preserve the integrity of the film and included sensitivities to what they called in-market variables.”

“I just wonder how that feels to a member of the LGBTQ community to have the extinguishment of the relationship called minor, called nuanced, called sensitive to an in-market variable, ” she said.

“China has absolutely captured our corporations … this is an overall national strategy on the part of China to capture our elites and it is through our corporations,” Campos-Duffy added.

Warner Bros. justified its cutting of the gay dialogue.

“As a studio, we’re committed to safeguarding the integrity of every film we release, and that extends to circumstances that necessitate making nuanced cuts in order to respond sensitively to a variety of in-market factors,” the studio said in a statement to entertainment news website Variety. “Our hope is to release our features worldwide as released by their creators but historically we have faced small edits made in local markets.”


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