Hollywood writer Bret Easton Ellis, author of “Less Than Zero,” “American Psycho” and “The Rules of Attraction,” has a question.
“Is the Left F---ing NUTS?"
The answer, of course, is yes, but in the case of Ellis that insanity came in the form of attacks on Ellis when he had dinner over the weekend with a group of liberal Hollywood elites.
On July 16 Ellis tweeted: “Defending the American voter I'm yelled at in Sunset Tower for being a Trump apologist and colluding with Russia. Is the Left f---ing NUTS?”
He then followed up: “Another dinner with the Hollywood liberal establishment defending HRC, fake news, intersectionality, identity politics, PC virtue signaling.”
Finally there was this: “Not having political discussions with anyone anymore. Done. Too much insanity. Another dinner ruined. People are f---ing crazy. Get a grip.”
The Hollywood Reporter notes that Ellis hosts his own podcast and in one the writer said that "childish meltdowns" from liberals are affecting his dinners: “You can dislike the fact that Trump was elected, yes, definitely, and yet still understand and accept ultimately that he was elected this time around. Or you can have a complete mental and emotional collapse and let the Trump presidency define you, which I think is absurd.’
In February, Ellis told the Irish Examiner he didn't vote for Trump, but added: "I'm just saying the hysteria is bothering me a lot more than the reality of what he's doing."
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