Where is Brad Pitt? He has been strangely silent during the scandal that has rocked his mother during the past week. Jane Pitt has been receiving death threats for simply stating her pro-Romney opinion in a local paper, and Brad Pitt has done — and said — nothing to defend her.
In case you missed it, Jane Pitt wrote a response that was printed in her local paper, Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader. Jane was responding to a piece that encouraged Christians not to vote for Romney because Romney is a Mormon. Jane Pitt countered by encouraging Christians to reflect upon Romney’s positive character traits, to take time to pray before voting and to consider the agenda of Obama — a man “who sat in Jeremiah Wright’s church for years, did not hold a public ceremony to mark the National Day of Prayer, and is a liberal who supports the killing of unborn babies and same-sex marriage.”
Jane’s letter to the editor shocked Hollywood and the liberal community like a 9.5 earthquake. How dare a Hollywood icon’s mother rock the boat by expressing her opinion when it differs from theirs! Everyone knows that this is simply not allowed in Hollywood.
The tsunami that followed drowned Brad’s mother in obscenities and death-threat tweets such as these compiled on Twitchy.com:
“BRAD PITT’S MOM WROTE AN ANTI-GAY PRO-ROMNEY EDITORIAL. KILL THE B***H.”
“Brad Pitt’s mom, die”
“F*** you, Brad Pitt’s mom. The gay community made your kid a star, you whacko.”
So where is Brad Pitt? Why hasn’t he defended his mother? His mother, reportedly shell-shocked and frightened, has been intimidated into silence. Chalk up another win for liberal agenda 101 — tyrannize and intimidate, slander, and sequester any person with an opposing point of view into silence. Does tyranny ring a bell?
Brad could have simply released a statement such as “My mother has a right to voice her opinion. In America, we have our First Amendment right — freedom of speech. I, personally, do not agree with her political views, but my mother has a right to hers and I respect her for taking a stand as an American to express them. I ask you to join me in respecting this valued American freedom and to discontinue any hateful speech directed toward my mother.”
Instead, Brad Pitt has been silent. This silence validates the hateful, slanderous, and despicable responses that Jane Pitt has received for simply stating her personal views. Liberals justify such behavior because they believe that only their point of view is moral, that only their point of view is right, and that only their point of view can be heard — or else.
This method of operation is blatant intimidation. Such intimidation is how liberals have successfully taken over America and the American culture like a green slime seeping into America’s current. This hateful hypocrisy is painfully prevalent across America and has been experienced by any American who has dared to share an opposing point of view with a liberal. This form of liberal tyranny has captured the culture and has successfully suppressed conservatives and conservative points of view from the mainstream.
It is with this tactic that they have monopolized Hollywood, Madison Avenue advertising, the music industry, America’s schools, America’s colleges, and America’s courts. This is how they have insidiously captured our children’s minds and thus the future direction of America — the United Socialist States of America.
This is our wake-up call. Jane Pitt, we hear you and respect your right to your opinion. This is the moment when conservatives, who are naturally conservative and hate confrontation, must take a stand and be willing to bear the brunt of liberal attacks. We must rise to rebel against this tyrannical force of rude and reprehensible behavior. If Brad Pitt won’t, we will. We must. If we do not, then we will lose our right to speak. Respectfully we must stand up to the bullies.
It is these bullies who want to morph America into an autocratic one-voice alliance — their way or the highway. We must speak out. We must stand strong. We must join forces – independents, libertarians, constitutionalists, tea partiers, and Republicans. We must win in November or else our highway will be dust and our opinions obliterated.
We thank you, Jane Pitt.