The Media Research Center wasn't the only ConWeb outlet to be outraged that Kevin Hart had to give up his gig as Oscars host due to old homophobic jokes.
WorldNetDaily columnist Jesse Lee Peterson declared that the controversy was "proof that the Academy Awards have been hijacked by radical LGBTQ activists," adding, "Kevin Hart shouldn’t have apologized, but he is too weak to resist the pressure." Peterson then continued into his usual schtick, with the twist of ranting about black actors who have cross-dressed for a role:
Hollywood’s effort to emasculate black men on screen by casting them as weak, gay or transgender has been going on for decades. It seems like almost every major black man in Hollywood, has at one point in his career, put on a dress, wig and lipstick to portray women. Here are some eamples:
- Will Smith played a gay con artist in the 1993 movie “Six Degrees of Separation.”
- Ving Rhames played a drag queen in “Holiday Heart.” And in Quentin Tarantino’s sadistic “Pulp Fiction,” Rhames played a high-level crime figure who gets brutally sodomized.
- Tyler Perry has made a fortune playing a woman in his “Madea” movies.
- Jamie Foxx started out playing a female character in the ’90s comedy TV hit “In Living Color.”
Other notable black actors who had to dawn dresses include Chris Tucker and Wesley Snipes.
And actor Terry Crews testified in Congress during the whole #Metoo hysteria that he was sexually assaulted by a Hollywood executive in front of his wife.
Hollywood and the Oscars are a vehicle to promote homosexuality, feminism and other deviant behaviors that make a mockery of masculinity and traditional family values.
It’s unfortunate that Kevin Hart apologized; but most black men today have been emasculated by their mothers and cannot stand firm for what is right.
Peterson is attacking Tyler Perry for his Madea character? Here's how the character is described: "Vindictive in nature, Madea gets even in a bad way. Additionally, Madea has a tendency to overreact and is willing to threaten to use deadly weapons, destroy property, use physical violence, take on the law, and use any and all means necessary to show up an offending party." Sounds like a character Peterson should be getting behind.
Despite getting headline billing, Hart is reference in only one paragraph of Carl Jackson's Dec. 10 column, complaining that he was "labeled a 'homophobe'" over the jokes. The rest of it is dedicated to an anti-gay rant about "the left's war on heterosexuality":
Can we stop pretending that heterosexual and homosexual relationships are equal? They’re not. And to say otherwise, doesn’t make you homophobic. It makes you logical. If a married couple had 12 kids but they constantly catered to the wants of one of their children, while ignoring the needs of the others, wouldn’t you say that child is spoiled?
According to a 2015 study that appeared in Gallup, titled “Americans Greatly Overestimate Percent Gay, Lesbian in U.S.” just 3.8 percent of the population identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. Anecdotally speaking, I believe the percentage is even lower given how many parents of teens I know whose kids have experimented with same-sex encounters, only to exclusively date the opposite sex later.
Recognizing and expressing the importance of heterosexual marriage doesn’t make you a bigot! It’s still possible to love, respect and appreciate the attributes of gay individuals, as well as recognize their contributions to society, without condoning their sexual lifestyle or giving them preferential treatment over straight couples.
It’s foolish to ignore the differences between gay and straight couples. The most obvious difference between the pairings is heterosexuals can produce babies. Gay couples cannot. Also, not only are the male and female bodies complementary to one another, but so are male and female traits. This explains why even amongst gay and lesbian couples, one partner assumes the male role.
There’s no real medical condition called “homophobia” that can be cured by medicine or counseling. In fact, it’s absurd and sick to suggest that anyone has a legitimate fear of gays. Along with gay activists themselves, most Americans want to keep government out of their bedrooms. Therefore, it’s safe to say the left’s use of the word “phobia,” when it’s associated with the gay community, has nothing to do with a recognizable fear. Instead, leftists use the term “homophobic” as a tactic to censor dissent and make themselves feel morally superior to the religious right. Additionally, they want dissenters to be forced into wholehearted approval of their lifestyle. So much for equal rights; they want submission.
If the militant activists in the LGBT community have their way, heterosexuality will be viewed as abnormal and a detriment of our society. Thus, for our survival and theirs, we mustn’t let them win their war on heterosexuality.
For a guy who claims "it’s absurd and sick to suggest that anyone has a legitimate fear of gays," Jackson certainly seems to have it.