Just shut up. Seriously, shut up. Of course, people have a right to their opinion. But when that opinion is based off of a fictional media narrative, you sound like a more of a moron and less like a person that actually knows what they’re talking about.
Steve Levitan, one of the creators of the “inclusive” sitcom “Modern Family,” has threatened to leave the production company that produces the show, 20th Century Fox. Levitan claims that he’s so “woke” that he can’t work for a production company that’s associated with Fox News in any way.
Here’s Levitan’s series of tweets:
I’m sorry, what did the National Rifle Association do wrong again? Oh, that’s right. Nothing.
As far as “conspiracy theories,” Levitan need look no further than his own Hollywood Communistic cult for all the conspiracy theories anyone would ever need to hear in an entire lifetime.
“Trump’s lies?” Levitan’s Twitter feed reads like the fictional show storylines he comes up with on a weekly basis.
Apparently, Levitan’s dumbass Twitter thread came about, because he’s a follower. This wasn’t an original idea of his own. He just took it a step further than “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane did when he tweeted out that he was “embarrassed” to work for 20th Century Fox because of their association with Fox News.
Here’s MacFarlane’s tweet followed by Levitan’s tweet parroting what MacFarlane said:
MacFarlane retweeting CNN’s Brian Stelter makes me feel better about the whole situation. If you retweet Stelter, I can’t take you seriously.
I just want the Hollywood elite to shut up. If you want to leave, leave. Although most of them won't judging by how many of them are still in the country after saying they would leave if President Trump was elected. Why don't they just illegally enter another country if this one is so bad, since they have no problem with open borders? Bye, Felicia!