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Several Hollywood celebrities are fawning over Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 commission hearing.
These celebs are expressing their praise for Democrats and rage at the GOP.
For example, left-wing actor Michael Rapaport reacted to the hearing by writing to Twitter, “Sick F***ing Animals.”
Star Trek actor George Takei is particularly concerned that the MAGA base is “weaponizable again.”
“Pay attention,” Takei warned.
He wrote to social media, “If they can get the MAGA base to believe those rioters were tourists and/or Antifa, that these officers were actually dealing with peaceful protestors instead of a violent mob, then they can get them to believe anything.”
“That means they are weaponizable again,” Takei concluded.
If they can get the MAGA base to believe those rioters were tourists and/or Antifa, that these officers were actually dealing with peaceful protestors instead of a violent mob, then they can get them to believe anything.
That means they are weaponizable again. Pay attention.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) July 27, 2021
TRENDING 👇 Top Democrat Donor Found Guilty
Ed Buck was finally convicted in court on Tuesday of very disturbing crimes.
The prominent liberal activist who donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Democratic candidates injected men with methamphetamine in exchange for sex, causing two deaths.
Buck was convicted by a federal jury of two counts of meth distribution resulting in death. He was also found guilty of three other charges following deliberations. The trial took two weeks. Buck, who is 66 years old, will face a mandatory minimum of 20 years in prison at his sentencing.
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The verdict was handed down four years to the day after 26-year-old Gemmel Moore was found dead of a drug overdose in Buck’s West Hollywood apartment. An investigation revealed that Buck had purchased a plane ticket for Moore, who was black, to fly from Texas to Los Angeles to “party and play” with the older white man.
“The party is the drugs, the play is the sex,” Assistant US Attorney Chelsea Norell told jurors in her opening statement. “If they didn’t party, he wasn’t interested.”